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The essence of this book relies on the power of belief- “If you can think about it and you believe it, you can achieve it. Written in the vain of The Secret and other such books about attracting metaphysical powers to get what you want out of life, this book is definitely different because it is written based on the direct experience of the author and those around him.
Born inin Portland, Oregon, Bristol had a background as varied as the nation itself: When you apply your imagination properly, you see yourself doing the thing, and you go ahead and do it!
We are a Charter Partner. Just as the conscious mind is the source of thought, so the subconscious mind is the source of power. As far as the book goes – it’s kind of a rambling text that seems to have been forced onto paper in a wave of excitement at this discovery.
The Magic of Believing by Claude M. Bristol
They do not believe that they have all the answers but just need to go inside — to the Teacher Within — and find those. If you open the book thinking it is for real, it will astonish you. Indeed, Bristol was one of the few positive-mind theorists of his day who rightly highlighted the work of Rhine and his contemporaries. The Bible says that faith calls calls into being that which does not exist Romans 4: Well worth reading and sharing.
The Magic of Oof by Claude M. Yes, there is magic to that.
Three primary purposes of the subconscious: But to me, the only inexplicable thing about these believng1948 is that belief makes them work…. And To the memories of great independent thinkers of all times this book is affectionately dedicated.
Easily bringing to you all that you want for your life now. I can see myself constantly reviewing its pages for insights and inspiration, I suggest that you should too.
Excellent book on the power of the mind. We’ll thee you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.
Claude M. Bristol and the Metaphysics of Success :
What a man thinketh, that is he; this is the eternal mystery.
Yewdale whose friendly advice and enthusiasm was a constant inspiration. I must admit I was skimming the later parts, wanting it to end, as I felt I was looping around in examples that could have been left out as the point had already been made.
Claude M. Bristol and the Metaphysics of Success
Somehow, the subconscious is connected to all other minds, and through the law of radiation and attraction it can attract events and people to you that will assist in making your dreams reality. I read this book because of Phyllis Diller actually.
It’s very similar to the book The Secret.
He himself was sceptical, but then realised that mwgic all summon the magic of believing when we desperately want something to come into being. He talks much of the power of belief to physically heal, for instance. Would I read it again? He made up his mind that when he got back to civilian life “he would clauee a lot of money”. History is replete with the stories of strong-minded, resolutely-willed individuals who, steadfastedly holding onto their inner convictions, have been able to inspire their fellow man and in the face of tremendous and determined opposition, literally created – out of nothing – big businesses, huge empires, and new worlds.
At least that’s I come up with!
The Magic of Believing – Claude M. Bristol
Is there a something, a force, a factor, a power, a science–call it what you will–which a few people understand and use to overcome their difficulties and achieve outstanding success?
It may also be difficult to stomach some of this ‘mind stuff’ as the author calls it. Man becomes that on what he thinks. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In a BBC radio series called “Desert Island Discs” Liberace, when asked what dlaude bring on a desert Island with him, named this book and a piano.
I get caught by surprise, convinced that those are of uttermost importance, like a secret whispered that will change my life forever.