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One is to be done daily, ideally shortly before or after breakfast.
Its a simple listing of accomplishments desired to be made during the day, and then giving thanks for their divine fulllment. Another list is a problem solver. For any kind of prob- lem, write down the problem, then what you consider to be the best and highest solutionthen you tear up the list and release the issue from your mind.
Another method for creative unfoldment is to write a letter to ones guardian angel or higher self, and ask for a solution to any problem. Some people, the author reports, write such a statement fteen times as in ancient times it was believed that the number 15 is the problem-solver number, the number that dissolves any kind of obstruction.
Also in situations when you cannot make your afrma- tions because of the presence of others, it is recommended to write them down a number of times, and then release the issue from your mind.
Releasing is very important, for its the signal for your subconscious mind and higher self to take over and work out the solution to your problem. It is also important to daily revise and update these lists. This or something better comes forth with perfect timing, according to Gods rich good for me. She also mentions hypnosis here, which shows that mental images produce results in the body when and as far as we accept them to be true.
Of course, Ponder continues, studying these laws of prosperous thinking is not a form of hypnosis, but rather a technique for creating sobriety in our minds, and become aware of the negative conditioning many of us have re- ceived, and which is unfortunately for many still what they uphold as the only reality they know. Mental imaging may be called an indirect method in that it is an avoidance strategy; instead of battling with pov- erty, failure and nancial lack, we quietly, deliberately and persistently image our good.
Here belongs also the tech- nique of fashioning a wheel of fortune which is a circular arrangement of images and text featuring the desires for each area of life, and reading through it at least once a day. It is important to use these techniques in an unselsh manner. When we desire things that belong to others, we need to respect their proprietorship or we attract the contrary of what we desire.
The Prosperity Law of Command After having made lists of your desires, and after hav- ing imaged the outcome, it is then time to command which can move the ethers into action.
The Genesis is based upon it, and it was taught in ancient Egypt, India, Persia, China and Tibet that the spiri- tual adept has to use and choose his words carefully, as idle talk may produce unexpected negative results. The author writes: From counseling hundreds of people with nancial problems, I have found that 99 times out of they do not solve their problems until they not only know, but fully use the law of command.
When they begin daily, consciously, and deliberately to assert the good they want,t heir commands seem to call it forth. Ponder provides many examples of afrma- tions as commands, she explains that we literally make our world with words, and that this law is one of the easi- est to execute.
I now draw to myself the highest and best people customers, clients, patients, etc. How do we come over to others? This law afrms that the way we come over to others has a nal impact upon our situa- tion in life. It means to cultivate an attitude of rich increase toward everything and everybodysometimes also called a prosperity mindset.
The author explains: As you contact others by mail, telephone and in per- son, let your thought about them be one of increased good. Giving them the benet of your rich thoughts is a giant step in helping them to become that way. They may not be consciously aware of your pros- perous thinking about them, but they will subcon- sciously receive and be richly blessed.
Often they will respond to you in some rich and happy way! This is also valid for yourself, in talking with yourself in a way that you are assured of your suc- cess, and avoiding to brood over your apparent failure. Very important in this context is to be consistent with how you talk about your life and by all means avoid to talk hard times. It is right with you all the time and responds to your faith in it and your de- mands upon it. It is not affected by your ignorant talk of hard times, though we are affected because our thoughts and words govern our demonstration.
Pour your living words of faith into the omnipresent ethers and you will be prospered though all the banks in the world close their doors.
Turn the great energy of your thinking upon plenty ideas and you will have plenty regardless of what men about you are saying or doing. In such a situation you need to not consider the lack of good news as a failure.
Ponder writes: Since you have not received that thing, you can in- stead stand rm in the faith that something much better is on the way and will appear at the right time. When you seem to fail, remind yourself that it is because you have not asked big enough. Failure is nothing but success trying to be born in a bigger way. Most seeming failures are just installments toward victory!
I have had plenty of situations in my life, where I realized that I had not put my real wishes or my real desire into the focus of my afrmations, but just the next step. I had not wanted to ask to much, and therefore was too bottomline, and the universe was unresponsive, and remained so, until that which I actually really wanted was suddenly granted, and realized.
Then, with a really happy feeling, I had to look back and acknowledge that I had not been bold enough to really afrm my ultimate desire.
In view of this truth, you can actually sit back and practice patience, and keep rm in your faith that the very best shall be given to you, not just the next step in the realization of your nal goal. While there is a wealth of good advice in the following chapter, Prosperous Attitudes Toward Money, I will focus on Part II of the book so that this review doesnt become too extensive. Of course, the knowledge about these inner powers is age-old, but it has been rediscovered scientically for our time only very recently, mainly through the meticulous and courageous research publications by Dean Radin, Chief Scientist at the Institute for Noetic Sciences and Fac- ulty Member at Sonoma Universitys Faculty of Psychol- ogy.
There seems indeed to be an incidence of telepathy involved in the episode of Jesus meeting the Samaritan woman who said I have no husband and Jesus replied: Thou sayest well, I have no husband, for thou hast had ve husbands and he whom thou now hast is not thy husband.
This hast thou said truly. John In according with the research done on psychic pow- ers, Ponder asserts in this chapter the need for developing these extraordinary capabilities. They are dormant with all of us but just as with our muscles, these muscles of the mind need to be trained systematically and over a period of time so that they can be used effectively. Here is one of those afrmations: Divine telepathy is now revealing to me all truth about my special powers for prosperity.
So she prayed Divine telepathy will have to make this contact for me since I do not know where she is. About ten days later, she found a letter in the mail from this person, answering all the questions about her life that had been in the authors mind, and also giving her her new address. She further writes: Often in the midst of a busy day, needs arise that you do not have time to handle immediately. If you think of others involved and bless them with the thought that Divine telepathy is revealing to them whatever they need to know, then they will begin to telepathically receive your thoughts and respond with appropriate actions.
The word simply means the ability to seeing clearly. Ponder writes: Members of the clergy in all ages have been trained to develop their clairvoyant abilities.
People in an- cient civilizations in China, Egypt, Mexico, even the early American Indians, sought to develop their awareness of events which were happening at a dis- tance. Jesus saw Nathaniel before he came into his presence, as Jesus meditated under a g tree.
John The author writes: This is but proof that the open, receptive, believing mind is capable of seeing things come forth from the invisible into the visible realm, when it is for a good purpose. The key for developing clairvoyance is astonishingly simple. Sufces to be convinced that a heightening of our awareness of external facts and events is possible through asserting our divine nature.
However, it is important at this point to be guarded from tapping into the accumu- lated negative experience of humanity, by strictly using these powers for good purposes only, and with a positive intention! The third psychic power the author focuses upon is precognition which again is a word easy to decipher.
It sim- ply means to know in advance. We sometimes have pre- cognitive dreams, and I can testify personally for the truth of this matter for Ive had very clear precognitive dream visions, for example regarding the fall of the Berlin wall, about six months before it was actually demolished on No- vember 9, Back in Spring of I had a precognitive dream about the rise and the dangers of international ter- rorism, and during the Iraq war I had a clear dream vision about George W.
Bush standing with his wife on board a huge war ship, raising his arms as if asking for help, and afrming: I am unable to steer this ship.
Again, the Bible reports many examples of precogni- tion. One well-known example is when the Wise Men had been warned in a dream not to return to Herod after they had found the Christ child but were told to return home by another route Matthew I myself have been warned repeatedly in dreams when I had been in danger but did not realize it.
Often times, in those dreams I met a person who looked like a religious gure and who gave me pre- cise knowledge of the circumstances that were hidden to my conscious mind, and how I could avoid the danger. Our fth psychic power for prosperity is psychokinesis, which means to inuence matter kinetically, namely by affecting it in a way without physical contact, through the use of psychic energy. Ponder exhibits at this point the astonishing view that while we make a distinction between living substance and inanimate substance, we should treat all inanimate ob- jects as actually lled with consciousness.
She writes: I know of a new electric typewriter that never worked properly because the employer who pur- chased it had not truly wanted his employee to have that typewriter; he always found fault with it, after resisting its original purchase. Treat them in- telligently if you wish to obtain intelligent, harmo- nious results. Once again, the author gives an example from the Bible for this psychic power.
It is the story of Jesus to wither the g tree by a simple verbal command. Another example is that of a friend of the author who wanted a magnolia tree to ower in time. He was told that magnolias do not bloom for the rst seven years after they have been planted.
After only four years, the magnolia tree burst into full bloom! It is actually the foundation of prosperity. As I never had a strong self-condence, I was always astonished about fairy tales where this quality is a constant feat with the hero, especially when hes a male. For exam- ple, the Grimm tale of the Virtuous Tailor exhibits a man who was boasting with self-condence in a way that is al- most boastfulin asserting he had slaughtered 7 with one blow, as if he had done so with men, which the giant be- lieved, while in truth he had only killed 7 ies.
This is quite an extraordinary example for the fact that self-condence, even if it is based upon a lie, works for success. The only thing of importance is that we believe that it is so, that we believe in ourselves! In recent years, it was discovered even in education that it is crucial for helping children to master life to let them build a strong base of self-condence. This was then also expressed in the slogan I Can as for example branded as a proactive educational concept by some schools.
Children have the de- lightful habit of condently saying and doing what- ever they feel led to say and do. During the heavy London bombings by the Germans in World War II, children in England had been evacuated in shelters and Freuds study was to nd out how the children reacted to the immanent threat of death and pain in such an unusual situation. The results of the study, which was published in as War and Children were quite astonishing.
It was namely found that by nature, children are not afraid of anything and cope rather well in any kind of situation, even when the danger of death is immanent as in an in- stance of a bomb in the nursery garden that could have exploded at any moment. It was found that only those children who had fearful parents who let them stand up the entire night in the bun- ker for being prepared were afraid and self-conscious, while those who had fearless and self-condent parents were themselves fearless and self-condent.
It is the belief that the self-assertive person was an egoist. However, as Ponder points out, there is a difference between self-condence and egotism in that the egotistic person believes she runs her life herself, while the self- condent person has a spiritual vision and believes that its God, the Creator, or the Universe who actually runs our lives and that we can trust in this creator force for our good, and as a basis of all our potential successes.
Report- ing the story of the rst ofcial commanding general of the Hebrews, Joshua, Ponder remarks that interestingly, the word success is only mentioned twice in the Bible, and both times it is to be found in the Book of Joshua. A useful afrmation for building more self-condence is: Nothing succeeds like success.
I now go from suc- cess to greater success with Gods rich help. I give thanks that my success is big, powerful and irresisti- ble, and that it appears now. This is really so, as I found it myself during a psychotherapy: writing has a healing effect on the psyche, which is why I developed the concept of Life Authoring in the rst place. There is a difference between merely reciting an af- rmation or writing it down repeatedly.
Writing has a cor- relation in the subconscious mind as impressing this pas- sive mind in us is a form of writing on the subconscious interface, thereby deeply affecting it in a positive fashion.
The author explains: By writing out words of condence you help im- plant the idea more rmly in your subconscious mind, which then works harder and faster to pro- duce happy results.
Afrmations are your strongest condence-builders. Now he used those times for afrming the foregoing af- rmation until he felt condent to hold on until the stock price would rise, and would then realize a good prot. In fact, this is an important point generally. Often in life, when we are rmly going in one direction, we feel there is an invisible pull in the opposite direction, as a disease worsens right before healing sets in and the night is dark- est right before dawn.
Why is that so? It may have to do with the cyclical nature of life, the dualistic or dialectic principle, or however we may call it. The author, however, believes the reason for this strange mechanism is that going through such periods of testing has the ultimate reason to even more strengthen our self- condence for what has been tested or time-tested is stand- ing more rmly on its feetwhich is why she insists that the best success afrmation simply is Nothing succeeds like success!
She has written more than a dozen books, which include such bestsellers as her Millionaires of the Bible series. She is a minister of the non- denominational Unity faith -- long known as the "pioneer of positive thinking" -- and has been described by some as "the Norman Vincent Peale among lady ministers. Catherine wrote her first prosperity book The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity in the early 's whilst she was living in Birmingham, Alabama.
Her life expanded dramatically whilst she was in the midst of finishing that book. She married and moved to the southwest, where her husband taught at the University of Texas. Much later, after her husband's untimely death, her life changed again.
In the early 's, another move took her to "the Alamo City" of Texas. There she remarried and wrote the sequel to that earlier book while living in her own first home in San Antonio. The second book was entitled Open Your Mind to Prosperity. From Honolulu to New Orleans she has given interviews on television and radio, as well as numerous interviews by the print media.