This week is another mind-blower. Haanel opens this part with “The laws under which we live are designed solely for our advantage. These laws are immutable (unchanging over time) and we cannot escape from their operation”.
We revisit The Law of Attraction (or the Law of Love, one and the same). It is love which imparts vitality to thought, and thus enables it to germinate, and will bring necessary material for its growth and maturity.
The first form which thought will find is language, (or words), this determines the importance of words – they are the first manifestation of thought – the vessels in which thought is carried.
Thought may lead to action of any kind, but whatever the action, it is simply the thought attempting to express itself in visible form. It is evident, therefore, that if we wish desirable conditions, we can only afford to entertain desirable thoughts.
This is where the rubber meets the road – If we wish to express abundance in our lives, we can afford to think abundance only, and as words are only thoughts taking form, we must be especially careful to use nothing but constructive and harmonious language, which when finally crystallized into objective forms, will prove to our advantage.
Words are thoughts and are therefore an invisible and invincible power which will finally objectify themselves in the form they are given…
Are you still here? You know you could just buy the book and get the full description of how powerful words are in the process of manifestation.
I realize that I have been writing this Blog like a Book Report in High School.
It is Week 15, and I find myself just regurgitating Haanel’s words and principles, hoping you get value from my interpretation, when there really is so much more to learn from this incredible text book.
To wrap up this Post, and give you the highlite of Part 15, I would be remiss if I didn’t express the importance of Insight. Haanel explains Insight as “a faculty of the mind whereby we are enabled to examine facts and conditions at long range, a kind of human telescope; it enables us to understand the difficulties, as well as the possibilities, in any undertaking”.
Then to drive the point home, Haanel addresses it in the Part 15 Study Q&A with the question, “What is the value of insight?” The Answer: “It enables us to understand the value of making application of the knowledge which we gain. Many seem to think that knowledge will automatically apply itself, which is by no means true”.
If you made it this far in my ‘book report’ for Part 15, just know that I appreciate you, and your very valuable time.
I hope you got some value here, and I look forward to bringing you Part 16 next week.
To Your Success – Gratefully At Your Service,
Scott W. McAvoy
Scott, looking forward to reading your Part 16 next. From your blog rover friend John.
Scott W. McAvoy
Thanks John. Appreciate all the accolades. Enjoy Part 16.
You are welcome.
‘This is where the rubber meets the road’
The rubber always hits the road somewhere, doesn’t it? All over the place when you read Haanel!
Scott W. McAvoy
Thanks Randy for dropping a comment. As I keep Posting in Facebook, Haanel was way ahead of his time, and clearly was a genius.