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Thoughts Are Things   (1889)

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"to say a thing 'must be', is the very power that makes it"--Prentice Mulford

Thoughts Are Things is one of tne of the earliet New Thought books on the power of thought. Despite being over 100 years old, the principles found within are still powerful and effective. Mulford explains that we have two minds: the mind of the body, and the mind of the spirit. The mind of the body is limited and resists change. It thinks things must always be the way they have always been. The mind of the spirit trusts in the Supreme power which made all things and knows that anything is psosible if you believe. Long before the Law of Attraction became widely known, Prentice Mulford taught us that, whatever we talk and think about is what we will attract into our lives. Readers are encouraged to call on the help of the Supreme Power to get into the thought current of things that are healthy, natural, strong and beautiful, and leave the negative thinking behind.

Chapter 1: The Material Mind V. The Spiritual Mind; Chapter 3. Who Are Our Relations?; Chapter 4. Thought Currents; Chapter 5. One Way To Cultivate Courage; Chapter 6. Look Forward!; Chapter 7.God In The Trees; Or, The Infinite Mind In Nature; Chapter 8. Some Laws of Health and Beauty; Chapter 9. Museum and Megagerie Horrors; Chapter 10. The God In Yourself; Chapter 11. Visualizing Health; Chapter 12. The Healing and Renewing Force of Spring" Chapter 13:Immortality In The Flesh ; Chapter I. The Attraction Of Aspiration; Chapter II. The Accession of New Thought.

THERE belongs to every human being a higher self and a lower self--a self or mind of the spirit which has been growing f or ages, and a self of the body, which is but a thing of yesterday. The higher self is full of prompting idea, suggestion and aspiration...

We need as much as possible to fasten our thought on life and increasing life--life greater in its activity than any we have ever realized. That is not gained by looking backward. Look forwar d.Every regret, every mournful thought, takes so much out of your life. It is force used to pile on more misery. It is force used to strengthen the habit of regretting. It is force used to make the mind colour everything with a tinge of sadness, and the longer you use force in this way the darker will grow the tinge...

There is today more of you, and more of every desirable mental quality belonging to you, than ever before. The very dissatisfaction and discontent you may feel concerning your failings is a proof of this. If your mind was not as clear as it is, it could not see those failings. You are not now where you may have been in a mood of self-complacency, when you thought yourself about right in every respect...

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