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William Walker Atkinson

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Arcane Formulas or Mental Alchemy

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Egohood - Establishing the Ego - 1 - Establishing the Ego - 2 - Establishing the Ego - 3 - Will Focalization - The Excluded Middle - Mastering the Opposite - Neutralizing Rhythm - Cyclicity and Balance - Mentalism in a Nutshell - Formula for Positivity - Will Atmosphere - Personal Positivity - Visualization - Statements - Denials - Mental Alchemy - Mental Vibration - Thought Waves and Currents - Thought Forms - Practical Methods - Concentration - Mental Imaging - Materialization of Thought - Aids to Mental Imaging - General Application - The Arcane Formula - Contents -


and stared intently. 'I also have lost ' he said sadly. "It is one of the gates of the Way.'
"'What is thy talk?" said Kim, abashed.
"'Thou was wondering there in thy spirit what manner of thing thy soul might be . . . I know. Who should know but I?"

Tennyson, the great English poet, in his letters to and conversations with his intimate friends and relatives, terrified to having experiences of this kind, occasioned by repeating his name to himself in a manner resembling the practice of the ancient secularists, and of the Hindus of to-day, as mentioned in "Kim." He stated that he was lifted into another world in which he was given a positive assurance of his spiritual nature and immortality --- a condition in which the fear of death became laughable. He also stated the same idea in the following verses:

"And more, my son, for more than once when I
Sat all alone, revolving in myself
That word which is the symbol of myself,

The mortal symbol of the self was loosed,
And passed into the Nameless, as a cloud
Melts into Heaven.
I touched my limbs, the limbs
Were strange, not mine --- and yet no shadow of doubt,
But utter dearness, and through loss of Self
The gain of such large life as matched with ours
Were Sun to spark, unshakeable in words,
Themselves but shadows of a shadow-world"

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