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Master Key System Chapter 6

The key points:

A mechanism whereby you may create for yourself Health, Strength, Success, Prosperity or any other condition which you desire. … success is contingent upon the highest moral ideal, which is “The greatest good to the greatest number.”… we can come into harmonious relationship with the Universal, and when we have accomplished this we may ask anything to which we are entitled, and the way will be made plain.

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  2. , How are we to secure the effect which we desire?
  3. , “Electricity is a form of motion and its effect will depend upon the mechanism to which it is attached.” Upon this mechanism will depend whether we shall have heat, light, power, music or any of the other marvelous demonstration of power to which this vital energy has been harnessed.
  4. What effect can be produced by thought? The reply is that thought is mind in motion (just as wind is air in motion), and its effect will depend on the “mechanism to which it is attached.”
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  6. What is this mechanism? You know something of the mechanism which has been invented by Edison, Bell, Marconi and other electrical wizards, by which plane and space and time have become only figures of speech, but did you ever stop to think that the mechanism which has been given you for transforming the Universal, Omnipresent Potential Power was invented by a greater inventor than Edison?
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  9. In the first place, there is the great mental world in which we live and move and have our being; this world is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent; it will respond to our desire in direct ratio to our purpose and faith; the purpose must be in accordance with the law of our being, that is, it must be creative or constructive; our faith must be strong enough to generate a current of sufficient strength to bring our purpose into manifestation. “As thy faith is, so be it unto thee,” bears the stamp of scientific test.
  10. The effects which are produced in the world without are the result of the action and reaction of the individual upon the universal; that is the process which we call thinking; the brain is the organ through which this process is accomplished; think of the wonder of it all! Do you love music, flowers, literature, or are you inspired by the thought of ancient or modern genius? Remember, every beauty to which you respond must have its corresponding outline in your brain before you can appreciate it.
  11. The brain is an embryonic world, ready to develop at any time as necessity may arise. If yo can comprehend that this is a scientific truth and one of the wonderful laws of nature, it will be easier for you to get an understanding of the mechanism by which these extraordinary results are being accomplished.
  12. The nervous system has been compared to an electric circuit with its battery of cells in which force is originated, and its white matter to insulated wires by which the current is conveyed; it is thought these channels that every impulse or desire is carried through the mechanism.
  13. The spinal cord is the great Moto and sensory pathway by which messages are conveyed to and from the brain; then, there there is the blood supply plunging through the veins and arteries, reveling our energy and strength, the perfectly arranged structure upon which the entire physical body rests, and, finally, the delicate and beautiful skin, clothing the entire mechanism is a mantle of beauty.
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  19. Attention or contraction is probably; the most important essential in the development of mind culture. ..
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  21. So with the power of thought; let power by dissipated by scattering the thought from one object to another, and no result is apparent; but focus this power through attention or concentration on any single purpose for any length of time and nothing becomes impossible.
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  24. In order to cultivate the power of attention, bring a photograph with you to the same seat in the same room as heretofore. Examine it closely at least ten minutes, note the expression of the eyes, the form of the features, the clothing, the way the hair is arranged; in fact, not every detail shown on the photograph carefully. Now cover it and close your eyes and try to see it mentally; if you can see every detail perfectly and can form a good mental image of the photograph, you are to be congratulated; if not, repeat …
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  26. It is by such exercises as these that you will finally be able to control your mental moods, your attitude, your Consciousness.
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  31. They are finding that circumstances and environment follow the trend of mental and spiritual progress; they find that growth follows knowledge; action follows inspiration; opportunity follows perception; always spiritual first, then the transformation into the infinite and illimitable possibilities of achievement.
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  34. The two great sources of human suffering at present are bodily disease and mental anxiety. These may be readily traced to the infringement of some Natural Law. This is, no doubt, owing to the fact that so far knowledge has largely remained partial, but the clouds of darkness which have accumulated through long ages are beginning to roll away and with them many of the miseries that attend imperfect information. “That a man can change himself, improve himself, recreate himself, control his environment, and master his own destiny is the conclusion of every mind who is wide-awake to thrower of right thought in constructive action.” Larson

Q & A

  1. What are some of the effects which can be produced by electricity? Heat, light, power, music
  2. Upon what do these various effects depend? upon the mechanism to which electricity is attached.
  3. What is the result of the action and interaction of the individual mind upon the Universal? The conditions and experiences with which we meet.
  4. How may these conditions be changed? by changing the mechanism by which the Universal is differentiated in form.
  5. What is this mechanism? The brain.
  6. How may it be changed? By the process we call thinking. Thoughts produce brain cells, and these cells respond to the corresponding thought in the Universal.
  7. Of what value is the power of concentration? It is the very highest personal accomplishment which can be acquired, and the distinguishing characteristics of every successful man or woman.
  8. How may it be acquired? By faithfully practicing the exercise in this System.
  9. Why is this so important? Because it will enable us to control our thoughts, and since thoughts are causes conditions must be effects; if we can control the cause we can also control the effect.
  10. What is changing conditions and multiplying results in the objective world? Men are learning the basic methods of constructive thinking.

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