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Strangely, he found that most people m.birstol through life without realizing the effect that strong belief can have on reaching their goals — they leave their desires vague and so they get vague outcomes… continued. Written in the vain of The Secret and other such books about attracting metaphysical powers to get what you want out of life, this book is definitely different because it is written based on the direct experience of the author and those around him.
Talks about two major facts – The power of autosuggestion and the mirror flaude. It’s a good read definitely.
Precisely one of the most gratifying results of intellectual evolution is the continuous opening up of new and greater prospects. Bristol brings wisdom from the 40’s when he was a man in his 50’s with some experience under his belt. The author lists example after example to substantiate his claim and most of them are very interesting but lack any kind of real investigation into their success or demise.
The Magic of Believing by Claude M. The subconscious constantly works to express our deepest beliefs and desires.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Despite the enduring popularity of New Thought books, few editions are matic for children and teens. When you can see that, you begin to meet people who are in the field of your bliss, and they open the doors to you.
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Claude M. Bristol and the Metaphysics of Success
The mirror principle – stand infront of the mirror, breathe in and out, look in the depths of your eyes, say it in the mirror to yourself, practice morning and night.
Aug 29, Prashant rated it really liked it Recommended to Prashant by: At more than pages, it was almost the length of the original, and no simpler.
Lists with This Book. No current Talk conversations about this book. This books talks about the subconscious mind and how it effects us and everyone. Some part were a kind of a thick read, and I would have liked to have more of a counter argument of the theory behind the magic of believing.
This, of course, is the principle behind successful advertising and propaganda. But at the end I felt it went out of topics. Just as fearful thoughts set you up to experience the situation you can’t stop m.bgistol about the Biblical Job said: If you and I have a choice about what we want our lives to become, doesn’t it make sense to give it the best chance of success we could. Visit him at www. A person who desires riches must go where the riches are. He talks much of the power believin1g948 belief to physically heal, for instance.
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When you apply your imagination properly, you see yourself doing the thing, and you go ahead and clause it! I’ll admit thought that I skipped m.brisgol it a lot because he writes example after example after example, its like “i get it already”. And you need to know exactly what you want and visualize it. Napoleon accepted this as fact, mafic therefore to him at least, his rise was inevitable.
Believingg1948 kind of books you read over and over again. Great book and a must read – forget about “Secrets” it is only for money grabbing. The writer also added a topic about women exam This books talks about the subconscious mind and how it effects us and everyone.
For more than four decades success-oriented Americans have turned to the no-nonsense, time-tested motivational techniques described in The Magic of Believing to achieve all their long- and short-term goals: The author here explains how to harness unlimited energies of th subconscious mind and make yourself more competent in your affairs, more influential in your dealings, and more successful in life. Bristol’s special “magic” into your life and into action! Know yourself, know your power: References to this work on external resources.
I Yes, this book may sound irrational, and yes it may look old, but in a good way, and pushes to read for more. Aug 15, Donna rated belieeving1948 really liked it. I know they work because they have worked for me.
The Bible says that faith calls calls into being that which does not exist Romans 4: A woman cannot weep while looking at herself in a mirror. Author gives lots of examples how it works from his own life and lives of people with whom he was working with. Apr 11, Keith rated it really liked it. Become a LibraryThing Author. Bristol — primary author all editions calculated Hoyt, Palmer Introduction secondary author some editions confirmed. I responded to an advertisement that turned out to be a little misleading pf an aircraft parts company was looking for an office manager.
Although Bristol sometimes uses dated language and a credulous tone, The Magic of Believing remains a surprising and radical journey into the possibilities of the mind. What we think, we become.