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Four Basic Principal's of numerology

Four Basic Principal's of numerology


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to help educate you on numerology....i have read a little bit of it and it does ahve a new age sound to it...doesnt mean all info in here is wrong...
to help educate you on numerology....i have read a little bit of it and it does ahve a new age sound to it...doesnt mean all info in here is wrong...

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Published by: ruralkiller on Dec 14, 2012
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water before it will make syrup, and when Kabalized they both
come to nine in atomic weight.

Now you have a great many ideas and you have won-
dered to what purpose these ideas kept coming in groups. First
perhaps you visualize a thousand acres of land, then you see

yourself cultivating it, then by and by you see the rows and
rows of beans and so on until, following the picture, you have
the beans marketed.

What is concentration of ideas ? A concentration of ideas

is the law of creation in action. \

Now the first thing I am going to call your attention to is
to yourself. I will talk in the first person—

"I am"—but it
means every individual one of you. I am all there is—I am
what experience has made me. "In the beginning was the
word, the word was with God and the word was God.""

In the beginning—without any preface as to where it was or
when it was. There was no beginning, there will be no end;
and if there was no beginning, I have no place to begin my talk

to you as a man. But I am going to try to begin where our

consciousness can meet on a common plane of understanding.

I am going to begin with the fact that we are here. Now we

do not propose to profess to know how we came here, what our
mission is at this time or how we are to execute our work. We
admit that we are here. We admit that we can think ; that we
can act in conformity with the thoughts that we have. We ad-
mit that our thoughts and actions do produce material equiva-

lents. We acknowledge the fact that the material equivalents

that our hands in action had produced were first creatures of
our mind or thought forms. We admit all these things. Of

necessity we have established a premise that we are omnipo-

tent, omniscient and omnipresent, in so far as we can think
and act toward the assembling of the material necessary to

build us what we want or what we desire. Now we can all

agree to that, can we not?

This lesson is going to cause you to think very deeply
about yourself. You never had anything in your life that you

did not deserve—whether it was good or bad, it was just what
was coming to you. We will all admit that, and that we cre-
ated that thing. We say we did not create it, but we did. In

this lesson I am not going to tell you how or where you created

it—and as a man soweth, so also shall he reap. If we sow to

the wind, we reap a whirlwind. If we sow deeds of generosity,



love of giving, we are compelled to receive at the hands of the

multitudes what we have given away.
The positive side of life is the giving side—not the getting

side. We get by giving. I am willing to give all I have to get
what I desire. I will give away everything that I have, and
yet in giving, I have increased my store of what I gave 100

fold. I am going to give it all to you and in giving to you I

will be richer 100 fold when these lessons are done, and I will

receive 100 times more than anyone of you who have received,

l)ut I am going to give it all.


The first thing I want to call your attention to is things.
You realize that you think and you realize that by thinking
and acting in harmony you can create ; you realize that the in-

telligent thought that directed your action came from a source,

either internal or external, and the trouble has been hereto-

fore that we could not differentiate between the two kinds of

thought. Now there is a difference between thought that is

originated in the mind and that thought that is impressed on

the mind. They are both creative—no matter in which direc-

tion we act or which side of these thoughts we entertain at the

time, they are creative or disintegrative. If we entertain an

external thought it will create something for someone else.
Every thought goes to its kind and to the place of origination

it returns. If I project a thought and throw it out to the uni-

versal mind, it is caught by thousands of minds. The benefit

of that thought when it has been fulfilled will come home to
me sooner or later, but if I have thrown out a selfish thought,

it will not come home. If I put it out with the idea of gain,

to the hurt of another, then I do not get what I selfishly de-


I am going to show you all these things. This is a little

different psychology than we have been taught. The others
were not less good, but they did not pertain to the proposition

of using your thought to build into manifestation the things

of material worth, material desire and material necessities,
and when we become proficient in building into our lives
through the power of thought and action the necessities of

life, we can add to it luxuries and then we can become indepen-

dent and not have to worry about anything because we will be

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