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The Magic in Your Mind - U.S. Andersen

The Magic in Your Mind - U.S. Andersen

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Another Classic that tap into the power of subconscious mind.
Another Classic that tap into the power of subconscious mind.

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Published by: KH Tang on Feb 01, 2010
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THE MAGICINYOUR MIND
 
U. S. Andersen
 
Originally published by  Thomas Nelson & Sons,New York, 1961.
 
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Copyright, 1961, by U.S. AndersenThis eBook edition © Copyright 2008www.Self-Improvement-eBooks.com All rights reserved
 
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FOREWORD
This book reveals a mental magic that assures success, that abso-lutely guarantees increased achievement, whether your professionis in the arts or business, in science or sales, in sports, war, or poli-tics. Here you will learn the secret way in which your mind is tiedto the source of all power; you will learn how you are capable of becoming anything and doing anything you can visualize.Every man’s consciousness is constantly changing, is trapped atthe knife-edge overlap of past and future, reacts rather than acts, isincomplete and partial, eternally seeks itself, for since the merestate of being throws no light on that state, consciousness learns of itself through reaction to outside stimuli. If a man comes to believehe is unsuccessful, it is because he carries the impression he has
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unsuccessful, and this conclusion, once adopted, inescapablymolds him into the shape of the thing he believes, locks him in aprison of his own making.The magic by which a man becomes free is imagination. By train-ing himself to cast up mental pictures of the thing he desires, by re-sisting sensual stimuli, even envisaging the exact opposite, hetends to assume a factual position in accordance with his vision,for his vision then becomes his experience, rather than the sensualstimuli that moved him before. Consciousness always assumes aform to suit its knowledge of itself, and where such knowledgebreaks beyond the limits imposed by sensory experience, man be-gins to grow into the image of the Secret Self.There is only one mind in all creation; that mind is in everyone, isin its true state of being not confined to anyone, not confined to thebody. It is a central, knowing consciousness in which everythingdwells, which dwells in everything. In a bodily-confined state it as-sumes the limitations imposed upon it by the knowledge of itself which it receives through the senses, but when bondage to those

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