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The Power of Thought

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Henry Thomas Hamblin's work stands
between that of James Allen ('As a Man Thinketh'), and 'A Course in
Miracles'. It will appeal to all seeking to improve their lives,
whether by the practical application of thought or through following a
more spiritual path. Indeed, there is no limit to the power of thought,
because it is a spiritual power of intense potency. It is the power
which distinguishes man from the brute, it is the power by which he can
mount up to God, it is the power which can make the unsuccessful
successful in the battle of life, it is the power which can make the
loftiest achievement possible, it is the power by which difficulties
can be overcome, disadvantages of birth and parentage surmounted, and
the life beautified and inspired and energised with God-given powers.






INTRODUCTION



You are the architect of your own life: it is yours to make or to mar.
By the power of thoughts you are building; are you building aright?



The power of thought, as Emerson says, is a spiritual power. It is the
greatest power that man has at his disposal. 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. What a man thinks, he becomes; what a man thinks is the
mainspring of all his actions; what a man thinks attracts to him his
circumstances and environment; what a man thinks determines what type
of friends and companions will gather around him; what a man thinks
decides whether he shall be happy or miserable, successful or
unsuccessful, healthy or unhealthy, prosperous or poverty-stricken,
hated or loved. What a man thinks either builds up his character or
pulls it down. What a man thinks can overcome fate or strengthen it,
can bring him into alignment with his glorious destiny, or make him an
outcast and a wanderer in desert places. Indeed, there is no limit to
the power of thought, because it is a spiritual power of intense
potency. It is the power which distinguishes man from the brute, it is
the power by which he can mount up to God, it is the power which can
make the unsuccessful successful in the battle of life, it is the power
which can make the loftiest achievement possible, it is the power by
which difficulties can be overcome, disadvantages of birth and
parentage surmounted, and the life beautified and inspired and
energised with God-given powers.



By thought man either blesses or curses himself. By it he brings into
his life either success or failure, health or disease, happiness or
unhappiness, poverty or prosperity. It is all in his mind and the
character of his thought. Whatever there is in your life or mine, of
disharmony, lack, sickness or unhappiness, is the result of our
disharmonious thought. 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. It is not necessary for the
universe to be altered; what is needed is that we ourselves should be
changed. Within ourselves is the cause of the disorder in our own
individual world—for we each live in a little world of our own
creation— therefore, the disorder and trouble lhal afflicts us, or the
lack that restricts our life, can never be overcome, save by a change
of mind, habit of thought, and mental attitude.

Henry Thomas Hamblin's work stands between that of James Allen ('As a Man Thinketh'), and 'A Course in Miracles'. It will appeal to all seeking to improve their lives, whether by the practical application of thought or throu
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