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Secrets to the Law of Attraction Ecourse Workbook                                                               with us to...
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  1. 1. Secrets to the Law of Attraction – Ecourse Workbook from "Thought Vibration" - William Walker Atkinson - 1906"The Universe is governed by Law - one great Law. Its manifestations aremultiform, but viewed from the Ultimate there is but one Law. We are familiarwith some of its manifestations, but are almost totally ignorant of certainothers. Still we are learning a little more every day - the veil is being graduallylifted."
  2. 2. Secrets to the Law of Attraction Ecourse Workbook with us today whether that hour of need shall find us doing the proper thing automatically and almost without thought, or struggling to do it bound down and hindered with the chains of things opposed to Lesson 10 - Training The that which we desire at that moment. Habit-Mind We must be on guard at all times to prevent the forming of undesirable habits. There PROFESSOR William James, the well- may be no special harm in doing a certain thingknown teacher of, and writer upon Psychology very today, or perhaps again tomorrow, but there may betruly says: "The great thing in all education is to much harm in setting up the habit of of doing thatmake our nervous system our ally instead of our particular thing. If you are confronted with theenemy. For this we must make automatic and question: "Which of these two things should I do?"habitual, as early as possible, as many useful the best answer is: "I will do that which I wouldactions as we can and as carefully guard against like to become a habit with me.growing into ways that are likely to bedisadvantageous. In the acquisition of a new habit,or the leaving off of an old one we must take care In forming a new habit, or in breaking anto launch ourselves with as strong and decided old one, we should throw ourselves into the taskinitiative as possible. Never suffer an exception to with as much enthusiasm as possible, in order tooccur until the new habit is securely rooted in your gain the most ground before the energy expendslife. Seize the very first possible opportunity to act itself when it meets with friction from the opposingon every resolution you make and on ever habits already formed. We should start in byemotional prompting you may experience, in the making as strong an impression as possible upondirection of the habits you aspire to gain." the subconscious mentality. Then we should be constantly on guard against temptations to break the new resolution "just this once." This "just once" This advice is along the lines familiar to idea kills off more good resolutions than any otherall students of Mental Science, but it states the one cause. The moment you yield "just this once,matter more plainly than the majority of us have you introduce the thin edge of the wedge that will,done. It impresses upon us the importance of in the end, split your resolution into pieces.passing on to the subconscious mind the properimpulses, so that they will become automatic and"second nature." Our subconscious mentality is a Equally important is the fact that each timegreat storehouse for all sorts of suggestions from you resist temptation the stronger does yourourselves and others and, as it is the "habit-mind," resolution become. Act upon your resolution aswe must be careful to send it the proper material early and as often as possible, as with everyfrom which it may make habits. If we get into the manifestation of thought in action, the strongerhabit of doing certain things, we may be sure that does it become. You are adding to the strength ofthe subconscious mentality will make it easier for your original resolution every time you back it upus to do just the same thing over and over again, with action.easier each time, until finally we are firmly boundwith the ropes and chains of the habit, and find itmore or less difficult, sometimes almost The mind has been likened to a piece ofimpossible, to free ourselves from the hateful thing. paper that has been folded. Ever afterwards it has a tendency to fold in the same crease - unless we make a new crease or fold, when it will follow the We should cultivate good habits against last lines. And the creases are habits - every timethe hour of need. The time will come when we will we make one it is so much easier for the mind tobe required to put forth our best efforts, and it rests 27
  3. 3. From “Thought Vibration” by W. W. Atkinsonfold along the same crease afterward. Let us makeour mental creases in the right direction. ADDITIONAL RESOURCES ---- FOR YOUR STUDIES End of Lesson 10 This ecourse is sponsored by "Secrets to the Law of Attraction" book - available at Lulu.com and coming soon to Amazon.com These lessons come from the "Law of Attraction - Thought Vibration" book - available only through Lulu.com Collect the whole Law of Attraction Classics Series – visit the Go Thunk Yourself Reference Library and find a vast library of self-help books for your use. 28