CHARLES F HAANEL MENTAL CHEMISTRY PDF
Mental Chemistry – Charles F Haanel In Mental Chemistry you will discover exactly how you and your thoughts and perceptions shape the world around you . MENTAL CHEMISTRY By Charles F. Haanel MENTAL CHEMISTRY Chemistry is the science which treats of the intra-atomic or the intra-molecular changes. Mental Chemistry by Charles F. Haanel – Here are the secrets to Mental Chemistry; in this book you will learn how to improve your life by removing some kinds of.
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Nature’s storehouse of wealth is inexhaustible and if there seems to be a lack of supply anywhere it is only because the channels of distribution are as yet imperfect. The achievements of the greatest men are all locked up within them from the first, but the spirit of such men can reach full realization only when the spirit, acting through the brain and expressing itself through thought, creates the work. It manifests in building, designing, planning, inventing, discovering, improving.
Thoughts Are Things – Henry Van Dyke I hold it true that thoughts are things; They ‘re endowed with bodies and breath and wings; And that we send them forth to fill The world with good results, or ill.
Mental Chemistry – Charles F Haanel
It may be the man in the inside office, usually invisible. To apprehend this statement is to possess the ability to understand and solve every problem of life.
From the One Source chsrles all wisdom, all power, and all understanding. The inexorable requirements of growth demand that we exert the greatest degree of attraction for what is perfectly in accord with us. The spirit really lives completely only when it sees itself reflected in the material world.
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But it is being overcome. It is strictly the nature of our thinking that determines to which plane we shall respond.
Let me give you as an example the S. There is nothing strange or supernatural about this; it simply the Law of Being, the thoughts which take root in the mind will certainly produce fruit after their kind.
In man’s division of the Law, we come into contact with a larger activity, one that is utterly unknown haanell the primitive mind, which haane us to a conscious awakening of a newer power in a larger field of action— in other words, a larger truth, hanel greater understanding, and a deeper insight.
We can receive only what we give, and we haaanel give only to those who can receive; and it remains with us to determine our rate of growth and the degree of harmony that we shall express. The cerebro-spinal nervous system is the telephone system of the conscious mind; it is a very complete wiring system for communication from the brain to every part of the body, especially the terminals.
So that growth and life are the results of a simultaneous integration of matter and energy. The optic nerve takes a picture, sends it to the brain and the spirit sees the picture.
About septillions of atoms are in an inch cube of lead. Every one of us without exception is pulled along or pushed ahead by some force unseen. As we breathe in oxygen, chemical action takes place in our blood; as we consume food and water, chemical action takes place in our digestive organs; in our use of thought chemical action takes place in both mind and body; in the change called death, chemical action takes place and disintegration sets in; so we find that physical existence r chemical action.
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Later we shall be the result of what we are now thinking. As it xhemistry not material it must be spiritual. It brings the fruit from the he blossom and the sweetness to the honey; it measures the sweep of the countless orbs; it lurks in the sparkle in the diamond, and in the amethyst and in the grape; it works in the seen and in the unseen, and it permeates the all. Any conceivable thought may be expressed with the 26 letters of the alphabet.
The Principle of Attraction operates to bring to us only what may be to our advantage. What is true in the inorganic world is likewise true in the organic— certain conscious processes will produce certain effects, and the result will invariably be the same. Our ability to do this determines the degree of harmony or happiness we attain. And slowly we are forming an unique self, an individualizing unit. Each form of its activity becomes more perfect by practice. So long as we persist in using only the laws of the first section we are held in bondage to them; so long as we remain satisfied with the laws and growth of the second section we shall never become conscious of a greater advancement.
We speak of a bell as a “sounding body,” yet we know that all that the bell can do is to produce vibrations in the air. It is the gateway of Infinite Power.
The greatest schemer cannot “gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles. Butler points out in “How the Mind Cures,” began in the form of a cell which consisted of a body animated by a mind. Sit right where you are, place an amphfier to your ear, and you may hear the most beautiful music, or a lecture, or the latest market reports.
It is only in the past few years that a working hypothesis could be formulated to apply this law to man— the goal of the Universe is harmony.
Mental action inaugurates a series of vibrations in the ether, which is the substance from which all things proceed, which in their turn induce a corresponding grosser vibration in the molecular substance until finally mechanical action is produced. From these facts, it must appear evident to the charrles that the cell is a very highly organized and specialized individual, and that to look at him from the point of view of being mere matter and force is the same as to compare the actions of a stone rolling down a hill with that of an automobile moving over a smooth pavement.
Nothing may reach us except what is necessary for our growth.
The jaw has gone in, the forehead has come out, and behind the forehead, gradually, thanks to the devotion and patient labor of women, we are developing a brain that will ultimately give decent and adequate expression to spirit. For this reason chemists accept it as a standard of atomic weight.
Life is an orderly advancement, governed by the “Law of Attraction. We live in a state of fear and uncertainty, until we find, and make use of, the unvarying uniformity running though all laws; this is a central truth that we must know and use before we can become masters of self, or masters of conditions. As we move out into the power of our growing intellects, into an ever moving consciousness we are learning to seek for the wherefore and why of things, and in this search we think and imagine that we are original, when in fact we are only students of established beliefs, notions, and facts, gathered throughout generations of tribal and national life.
A little reflection will convince you that all the great laws of nature operate in silence and that the underlying principle is the law of attraction. Thus one atom of sodium and one of chlorine give us salt, and this combination alone can give us salt, and no other combination of elements can give us salt, and salt is something very different from either of the elements of which it is composed.
As it is directly affected by emotional states such as fear, anger, jealousy or hatred, these may easily throw out of gear the operation of the automatic functions of the body. One of the greatest advances of modem medicine has been the study of the processes and secretions of the hitherto obscure ductless glands; endocrinology, as this study chemistgy called, has thrown much valuable light upon certain abnormal physical conditions about which science had until now charlds in the dark.
Each realm becomes finer and more spiritual as we pass from the visible to the invisible, from the coarse to the fine, from the low potentiality to the high potentiality. The plant cells have now become so plastic that they have additional capacities— those menatl individual consciousness, and also additional powers; those of sensational magnetism.
Those not familiar with this law can effect nothing; and so with the law governing in the Mental World; those who haandl that Mind penetrates all things, is Omnipresent and chekistry responsive to every demand, can make use of the law and can control conditions, circumstances and environment; the uninformed cannot use it because they do not know it. And yet the electron is the basis for all material chdmistry, so far as we know at present. Great masters of men possess this power to a marked degree.
First, our chemitry through the savage or unconscious state; second, our growth through charels intellectual and conscious growing state; and third, our growth into, and conscious recognition of, our conscious state. Lastly, we, like the plant, must individualize, must come to full blossom; in other words, must give forth the radiating beauty of a perfected life, must stand revealed to ourselves and to others, as a unit of power and a master over those laws that govern and control our growth.
When these vibrations come at the rate of sixteen a second they cause a sound to be heard in the mind.