Although he had been brought up in a very religious family, he hadn't found any of the answers he wanted in the church. Therefore one may be said to be more positive or less positive according to one's stage of development, or one can be more negative or less negative according to the degree of helplessness and misery in which one may be steeped; but the essential difference is this, that whereas the positive man looks within for his power to achieve, and looks forward with confidence to the future, the negative person, on the contrary, having no confidence in himself, looks to others and outside sources for help and assistance and fears what fate may bring him. It is therefore possible to transform the life through the renewing of the mind. The Story of my Life Science of Thought Press. He is never much of a success in life, no matter what he achieves he might have done very much better. It is not necessary for the universe to be altered; what is needed is that we ourselves should be changed.
We live in an orderly Universe, but we do not react harmoniously to our environment, we are not in correspondence with the hidden law and order around us. Under the guidance of the spirit, it should grow in good works until it embraces many lands and eventually the whole world. If you were able to make an examination of the minds of numbers of successful men ranging from such as Lord Northcliffe, Lord Haig and Lloyd George down to the successful tradesman in your own village or suburb, you would find them to be all of this positive type. But if, on the contrary, he thinks and believes that he is a spiritual being, then he finds that he possesses all the powers of a spiritual being. He has no belief in himself. It will thus be seen how great is the power of man's thought.
He is fearful, given to worry, apt to look on the dark side of things. The power of thought can make the unsuccessful successful in the battle of life. This time he knew he had to give that unexpressed part of him a voice. Yielding implicitly to the Will of the Whole may seem, to the unillumined, an act of weakness, yet it is the entrance to a life of almost boundless power. Buy with a credit or debit card from 2CheckOut. Many are hoping to attract increased wealth, improved health, better relationships - and some have succeeded. Mina Parker, tireless mum and author of 365 Excuse Me.
It transcends these, because, being spiritual, it is of a higher order than either physical or even mental. A negative man is, of course, the antithesis of this type. He seldom realizes that his failures are due to his own failings but, instead, lays the blame upon other people's shoulders or ascribes his troubles to chance or ill fortune. These affordable digital shorts will help the harried and the hurried to breathe deep, reassess, and re-purpose their day in the time it takes to drink a large latte. Thoughts are negative if they dwell upon the following: Failure, difficulty, bad luck, hard lines, I can't, fear, dread, grief, worry, care, anxiety, loss, fate unfaithfulness, grievances, criticising others, imputing bad motives to others, hate, envy, covetousness, brooding, lust, impurity immorality, selfishness, sensuality, misery, unhappiness, disease, ill-health and death.
Lessons nine through twelve of early New Thought author Henry Thomas Hamblin's classic system to build character and gain success. There is in man a greater Self, that transcends the finite self of the sense-man, even as the mountain towers above the plain. Through the Divine Spark within him, which is really his real Self, man is connected with the Infinite. The use, however, that they can make of spiritual power for base purposes is limited, and is not to be feared. New Thought literature reflects the ongoing evolution of human thought.
Most people's lives would be less filled with trouble and suffering if they took life in the right spirit and acted in harmony with Universal Law. He never lacks friends, for just the type of people he wants are always anxious to be his friends. The eBooks are in Adobe Acrobat Reader. The world today is in its present state simply as a result of mankind's collective thinking; each nation is in its present state of either peace and prosperity, or poverty, murder and anarchy, simply as a result of its thinking as a nation; and each individual is what he is, and his life is what it is, and his circumstances are what they are, simply as results of his thoughts. It is hardly necessary to point out that all successful people are of the positive type and all the failures belong to the negative class. All his thought and conversation are tinged with pessimism and his face, in course of time, becomes lugubrious and miserable, an accurate index of the state of mind within. He awakens also to the fact that all the Power of the Infinite is his to draw upon; that he can never really fail, that he is marching on to victory.
Again, if he thinks that his work is difficult and that he is not equal to his tasks, he finds that really his tasks are difficult and beyond his powers. Hamblin published a number of books and a spiritual course which has been made available to thousands throughout the world. Anyone with any business sense at all, knew that to set up a magazine with a first print run of 10,000 copies would be a risky thing to do. That there is only one Power in the Universe, and this is Good. There are no means by which fate can be 'tricked,' nor cunning device by which the great cosmic plan can be evaded. Soon after this Hamblin was to set up a magazine based on the principle of Applied Right Thinking, The Science of Thought Review.
That man is the Author of his own troubles; that they are created in his own mind both conscious and subconscious; that the attitude of the mind and soul acts as a transformer changing the Good Force into seeming evil. After a difficult start working in various jobs and being in debt he decided to become an Optician. While this book does not offer any vain promises of an easy life--for, if this were possible, it would be the greatest of all disasters--but rather endeavours to show how to become so strong that life looks almost easy by comparison. He realised that, rather than following, any creed or dogma which didn't work for him anyway, he had to look within himself. Thus, in a sense, man is what he thinks he is.
And the sense of wrong in him deepened, until finally he was forced to give up his business and retire to the country. In this small book Hamblin shares with the reader his experience and insights into the nature of thought. By thought, man can either raise himself up and connect himself with the 'Power House' of the Universe, or cut himself off entirely from the Divine Inflow. On the other hand, if you get into conversation with a failure it does not matter what station in life he may belong to or what his education may have been--he may be a discredited politician, or a tramp on the road--you will find that his mind is of the negative type. The words seemed to flow from him.