"Imagine that intention is not something you do, but rather a force that exists in the universe as an invisible field of energy." "To answer to Where is this field? is: There's no place that it's not, because everything in the universe has intention built into it. … A tiny acorn with no apparent power … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – There’s No Such Notion Called Suffering: Reaching Back to Our Essence
"In a study by the author with Dr. Alexander Graham Bell and Dr. Elmer R. Gates, it was concluded that every human brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for the vibration of thought. Through the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the basic principle of radio … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – What Is the Quality of a Lucky Person?: Understanding Two Powerful Aspects of Thought
"A scientist will tell you that energy is measured by speed and the size of the wave being created. The size of the wave is measured from low to high, and slow to fast. Anything else that we attribute to the conditions we see in our world is a judgment imposed upon those pulsating frequencies. … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH, AND SUCCESS  – What’s Your Level of Energy? And of Your Thought?
"What you are, so is your world. Everything in the universe is resolved into your own inward experience. It matters little what is without, for it is all a reflection of your own state of consciousness. It matters everything what you are within, for everything without will be mirrored and colored accordingly." - The World … Continue reading MIND ON WEALTH, HEALTH AND SUCCESS SERIES [Prologue] – Working on Our Inner World Is the Starting Point
"From a child I was fond of reading, and all the little money that came into my hands was ever laid out in books. Pleased with the Pilgrim's Progress, my first collection was of John Bunyan's works in separate little volumes. I afterward sold them to enable me to buy R. Burton's Historical Collections; they … Continue reading Essays: The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin