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Ralph Waldo Trine's

In Tune With The Infinite

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Foreword - Preface - Prelude - The Supreme Fact Of The Universe - The Supreme Fact Of Human Life - Fullness Of Life - Bodily Health And Vigor - The Secret, Power And Effects Of Love - Wisdom And Interior Illumination - The Realization Of Perfect Peace - Coming Into Fullness Of Power - Plenty Of All Things - The Law Of Prosperity - How Men Have Become Prophets, Seers, Sages And Saviors - The Basic Principle Of All Religions - The Universal Religion - Entering Now Into The Realization Of The Highest Riches - "The Way" - A Resolve for Today - Contents -


directed. If a sword is drawn in return, so much the worse for both.'

And says another who knows full well whereof he speaks: 'The law of attraction works universally on every plane of action, and we attract whatever we desire or expect. If we desire one thing and expect another, we become like houses divided against themselves, which are quickly brought to desolation. Determine resolutely to expect only what you desire, then you will attract only what you wish for. . . . Carry any kind of thought you please about with you, and so long as you retain it, no matter how you roam over land or sea, you will unceasingly attract to yourself, knowingly or inadvertently, exactly and only what corresponds to your own dominant quality of thought. Thoughts are our private property, and we can regulate them to suit our taste entirely by steadily recognizing our ability so to do.'

We have just spoken of the drawing power of mind. Faith is nothing more nor less than the operation of the thought forces in the form of an earnest desire, coupled with expectation as to its fulfillment. And in the degree that faith, the earnest desire thus sent out, is continually held to and watered by firm expectation, in just that degree does it either draw to itself, or does


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