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Henry Harrison Brown's How to Control Fate

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Henry Harrison Brown's

How to Control Fate Through Suggestion

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Introduction - Unity - Half Science - Revolution - Tendency of Thought - One---Something - Duality - Cause - Fate - Man - Logic - Matter - Evolution - Not Eddyism - Sensation - Force - Intelligent Use - Spirit - We Are What We Think - Preparation - Vibration - Vibration-Sensation - The New Man - Definition by Physics - Finer Vibrations - All Knowledge Possible - Race Sensitiveness - Diseases and Survival - Saviors - Progress - Law - Conduct - Ego Above Law - Practical Work - No Sickness - Man His Own Creator of Conditions - Recognition - Scientific Faith - Desire - Liberty - Be Thyself - Effort - Non-Resistance - Demonstration - Self-Direction - Life --- Health - Spiritual Gifts - Classification of Psychic Power - Love - Ultimate Power - Speed of Vibration - Love's Pitch and Octaves - Love of Truth - Safety - The Law - Concentration - Involuntary Concentration - Practice - How to Consciously Manifest - The Coming Man - Scientifically Attained -

INTRODUCTION TO PART II

PART II - Suggestion: Its Place and Power Definition - Auto-Suggestion - Technical Definition - Control of Evolution - " In His Heart" - Disease, Thought Created - Place of Suggestion - Illustrations - AFFIRMATION - All is Good - Power of Choice - How to Suggest - The Great Law - Morgan - The Law of Life - From Within or Without - Man is Coming - Teacher's Duty - To You the Victory - Power of this Book - Praise, Etc... - Fear - No Power to Harm - Power of Scientists, Etc ... - One Power to Heal - Cannon and Powder - Millenium Here - Fear - Health - Prosperity -

SUPPLEMENT TO THIS FIFTH EDITION

Focus on Affirmation, no Denial - I have the power - That which I think, I am - Man's Greatest Discovery - Maintain a Positive Attitude - Affirm Possession - Wealth is to Use - Excuse is a Poison - Self Reliance / Self Knowledge / Self Respect - Thought is the Power - I have power - The only think we really have is ourselves - The Kingdom is Within -


demonstrates that every person, by the same process of Suggestion, can do the same. In Soul Culture, we are seeking to give liberty of expression to whatever latent knowledge the conscious Ego may desire and determine. The fundamental affirmation, I am Spirit, means, I am all that Spirit is. The Soul Culturist affirms:---Since Spirit is Truth, Love, Power, Wisdom, I am Truth, Love, Power, and Wisdom. I am any other possible manifestation that Spirit is. Spirit is all this in potentiality; I may be all this in manifestation. I am part of indivisible Spirit in Spirit. I am an individual manifestation of Spirit in Spirit. Even as an electric spark can say: "I am electricity in electricity, but I am also an individual manifestation of electricity," so can I say: "I am Spirit."

How to Consciously Manifest.

To manifest any of this latent wisdom and power consciously, one must believe he possesses and then try to manifest, even as he tried when a child his powers of locomotion which his parents taught him he possessed, and, believing, he tried and found. Believing he can gee, expecting to see, or at least hoping to see, one looks. Even so, hoping at least to see that which the external eye cannot see, let him who would see, look; and, in due time, he shall say with the poet-artist, William Blake: "I assert that I do not behold the outward creation, and that it is to me a hindrance and not an action. I question not my corporeal eye any more than I would question a window concerning a sight. I look through it, and not with it." And more; such an one shall see, as John saw, the spiritual city, not "coming down from heaven," but all about him, in the midst of which he lives, as he lives in this cruder city of the senses; that is, he lives in the spiritual, as he lives in the sense life, by sensation alone. He will have learned to recognize those finer sensations that come from the more beautiful and powerful, because more intensified, vibrations of Spirit.

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