Charles F. Haanel has written an excellent book titled The Master Key System. This highly-acclaimed book is the only place to find the ultimate principles needed for tapping into your success potential. The Master Key System documents with simplicity the methods needed for unlocking creative energy, as power for achieving incredible success, in any area of your life. The book consists of 24 powerful yet easy-to-follow lessons; providing you with a unique course of study for achieving your dreams. In this book Charles F. Haanel shines a light on the universal intelligence available to us all. So if there s something you want in life, this book promises to show you how to get it.
“The world without is a reflection of the world within. What appears without is what has been found within. In the world within may be found infinite Wisdom: infinite Power, infinite Supply of all that is necessary, waiting for unfoldment. development and expression. If we recognize these potentialities in the world within they will take form in the world without.”
“We are related to the world within by the subconscious mind. The solar plexus is the organ of this mind; the sympathetic system of nerves presides over all subjective sensations, such as joy, fear, love, emotion, respiration, imagination, and all other subconscious phenomena. It is through the subconscious that we are connected with the Universal Mind and brought into relation with the Infinite constructive forces of the Universe.”
“The ability of the individual to think is his ability to act on the Universal and bring it into manifestation. Human consciousness consists only in the ability of man to think. Mind in itself is believed to be a subtle form of static energy, from which arises the activities called ‘thought,’ which is the dynamic phase of mind. Mind is static energy, thought is dynamic energy—the two phases of the same thing. Thought is therefore the vibratory force formed by converting static mind into dynamic mind.”
“Concentration is much misunderstood; there seems to be an idea of effort or activity associated with it, when just the contrary is necessary. The greatness of an actor lies in the fact that he forgets himself in the portrayal of his character, becoming so identified with it, that the audience is swayed by the realism of the performance. This will give you a good idea of true concentration; you should be so interested in your thought, so engrossed in your subject, as to be conscious of nothing else. Such concentration leads to intuitive perception and immediate insight into the nature of the object concentrated upon.”
“The spirit of initiative and originality is developed through persistence and continuity of mental effort. Business teaches the value of concentration and encourages decision of character; it develops practical insight and quickness of conclusion. The mental element in every commercial pursuit is dominant as the controlling factor, and desire is the predominating force; all commercial relations are the externalization of desire.”
“Vibration is the action of thought; it is vibration which reaches out and attracts the material necessary to construct and build. There is nothing mysterious concerning the power of thought; concentration simply implies that consciousness can be focalized to the point where it becomes identified with the object of its attention. As food absorbed is the essence of the body, so the mind absorbs the object of its attention, gives it life and being.”
“For your exercise this week concentrate as nearly as possible in accordance with the method outlined in this lesson; let there be no conscious effort or activity associated with your purpose. Relax completely, avoid any thought of anxiety as to results. Remember that power comes through repose. Let the thought dwell upon your object, until it is completely identified with it, until you are conscious of nothing else.”
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