Attaining Your Desires – Genevieve Behrend. Book Contents. Text size: A; A; A; A. Attaining Your Desires is considered to be one of the clearest, most. Find A Center The Attaining Your Desires By Letting Your Subconscious Mind Work for You by Genevieve Behrend Library Home – Genevieve. Attaining Your Desires by Genevieve Behrend explores the life and works of Thomas Troward. The bulk of the work takes the form of a dialogue.
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I know that what you say is true, but just what method should I employ to accomplish this? Life’s purpose is to give expression to Its joy, beauty, behrdnd power, through Its particular instrument, my thought.
As Troward has said, “Thought is the only action of the mind. What a terrible thing it will be!
Attaining Your Desires by Geneviève Behrend
Start from the apex of the triangle and trace the line around and you come back to the apex. The thought I maintain becomes a fact in my mental as well as in my physical plane, so I must hold the thought of what I really am in order to become what I would like to be?
I know that my readers will agree with me that if they will put themselves in my place, as students, and let me answer them as my master answered me, it will clarify their interest and intensify their joy in these lessons.
You would start in the right direction, and then, because there was not sustaining power in the thought, you might turn and go in another direction.
We hear a great deal in these days about “Initiation”; but, believe me, the more you try to become a so-called “Initiate” the further you will put yourself from living life. The weak will manifests in two phases: You now realize that, while the origin of life is not in itself physical or material, it must throw out physical and material vehicles through which to function as its means of expression, in varying degrees of intelligence, such as the vegetable or the animal kingdom, and the human, as illustrated in our last lesson.
Troward, Philosopher and Sage One of the really great minds and souls of modem times-and indeed of any time- was Thomas Troward, late Divisional judge of the Punjab, I ndia. An effort to realize this fact should be a habit of mind, rather than spasmodic attempts made only with the necessity for decision arises. You must always be determined do to your own thinking. Meditating thus on the original spirit of the thing in question starts the creative power of your subjective mind which is in touch with the creative energy which exists operating in that specific direction.
Its development is gradual.
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In reality, there seems to be nothing whatever for man to do in this great scheme of things except to enjoy life, if he can only learn how!
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Place a notebook and pencil by your side before beginning. I had not been taught to think in this way.
Genevieve Behrend was Thomas Troward’s only pupil and was very well versed in the Law of Attraction and in the power of positive thinking. I shall get into the spirit of the thought that nothing can impede my progress or thwart my purpose, and I an stare that a way will open enabling me to materialize this thought on the physical plane. Persist in your steady recognition of this fact.
Fill your mind with this declaration about yourself. Certainly it is the most you power one can entertain. Read more Read less. If you permit your thoughts to run riot without restraint, the conditions of your life will become chaotic. Suppose you give yourself a test; try to think of yourself as a success and a failure at the same time. I did not quite understand then, and I do not know now, jut how it happened. Without it, you scatter your forces.
Fie joyously continued his walks, his meditation, and yoru, and finally the Universal Intelligence manifested in its specific form his mind by giving specific directions to bring the big idea into successful operation. What a strange and unreasonable way some people have of doing things! You will find it both interesting and encouraging to keep this record and thus watch your progress.
J ust as a branch of a tree is a specific part of a tree, not apart from it, but a part of it. If you would induce yourself to recognize the presence of a Universal Intelligence which permeates all nature, you must also recognize a corresponding hidden deep down in all things-in the trees, the weeds, and flowers, in the animals, and in fact, in everything-which is ever ready to spring into action when appealed to. I believe that money is the greatest factor for constructive exchange that we have today.
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This library is your library and we are happy to bring these works to you. You must admit that it is rare to find anyone who realizes that the cause of his failure or continued misfortune lies within himself.
Should I feel a reaction within myself when striving for a certain state of consciousness? Find A Center The Gospels. How can I overcome this wretched tendency? You had only one thought. It will respond to your call as a child would obey when bidden to come and play. Once you are fully conscious of the place and power of your will, in the mental realm, to keep the creative energy at work in formulating your desires, you will realize that it is very susceptible to training, and you will never again be content to live without its constant use, for it would be like living only half a life.
Let me give you an illustration of what I mean.
This letter was considered so helpful that the men to whom it was written had it put into pamphlet form, now out of print. All is life, and all is law and order.
Later on, when he continued his education in the beautiful Isle of Jersey, its charm entered into his blood, and he was thoroughly contended there.