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William Walker Atkinson was once the editor of New Thought magazine

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William Walker Atkinson's

Thought - Vibration or The Law of Attraction in the Thought World

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Preface - Foreword - My Working Creed - Law of Attraction in the Thought World - Thought Waves and Their Process of Reproduction - A Talk About The Mind - Mind Building - Secret of the Will - How to Become Immune to Injurious Thought Attraction - Transmutation of Negative Thought - Law of Mental Control - Asserting the Life-Force - Training the Habit-Mind - Psychology of Emotion - Developing New Brain Cells - Attractive Power - Desire Force - Great Dynamic Forces - Claiming Your Own - Law, Not Chance - Contents


Chapter 7
The Transmutation of Negative Thought - p. 50

WORRY is the child of Fear - if you kill out Fear, Worry will die for want of nourishment. This advice is very old, and yet it is always worthy of repetition, for it is a lesson of which we are greatly in need. Some people think that if we kill out Fear and Worry we will never be able to accomplish anything. I have read editorials in the great journals in which the writers held that without Worry one can never accomplish any of the great tasks of life, because Worry is necessary to stimulate interest and work. This is nonsense, no matter who utters it. Worry never helped one to accomplish anything; on the contrary, it stands in the way of accomplishment and attainment.

The motive underlying action and "doing things" is Desire and Interest. If one earnestly desires a thing, he naturally becomes very much interested in its accomplishment, and is quick to

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