The Heart of the New Thought

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Psychic research Company, 1902 - 92 strani
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Stran 25 - You never can tell what your thoughts will do, In bringing you hate or love; For thoughts are things, and their airy wings Are swifter than carrier doves. They follow the law of the universe — Each thing must create its kind; And they speed o'er the track to bring you back Whatever went out from your mind.
Stran 42 - And the prize for which we strive 'to have and to hold' — what is it? A thing that is neither enjoyed while had nor missed when lost. So worthless it is, so unsatisfying, so inadequate to purpose, so false to hope, and at its best so brief, that for consolation and compensation we set up fantastic faiths of an aftertime in a better world from which no confirming whisper has ever reached us out of the void. Heaven is a prophecy uttered by the lips of despair, but hell is an inference from history.
Stran 7 - Think of your body as the silver jewel box, your mind as the silk lining, your spirit as the gem. Keep the box burnished and clear of dust, but remember always that the jewel within is the precious part of it. Think of yourself as on the threshold of unparalleled success. A whole, clear, glorious year lies before you! In a year you can regain health, fortune, restfulness, happiness! Push on! Achieve, achieve! The Sowing of the Seed rHEN you start in the "New Thought" do not expect sudden illumination.
Stran 28 - The following formula is suggested : "I will get all the comfort and pleasure possible out of this day and I will do something to add to the measure of the world's happiness and well being. I will control myself when tempted to be irritable and unhappy and I will look for the bright side in every event.
Stran 20 - ... easily right all wrong. If nobody shirked, and each one worked To help his fellows along. Cease wondering why you came — Stop looking for faults and flaws. Rise up to-day in your pride and say, " I am part of the First Great Cause! However full the world There is room for an earnest man. It had need of me or I would not be, I am here to strengthen the plan/
Stran 31 - ... One who is not born a musician needs to toil more assiduously to acquire skill in the art, however strong his desire or great his taste, than the natural genius. So the man not endowed with joyous impulses needs to set himself the task of acquiring the habit of happiness," says a well-known writer. "I believe it can be done. To the sad or restless or discontented being I would say: Begin each morning by resolving to find something in the day to enjoy. Look in each experience which comes to you...

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