Ten lessons in Constructive Science, teaching you how to use your own sub-conscious energies for health, prosperity and personal achievement.
"In order to get what you want, you must act; and in order to act, you must apply force. And it is a self-evident proposition that the force to be applied is one within yourself. If you are to use external forces, they can only be made to act by compelling them to obey you; and to compel them to obey you, you must use your internal force. So, whether you seek health, wealth, development, position or happiness, you must expect to get it by applying your own inward force, and you cannot get it in any other way." Wallace D. Wattles In "The Personal Power Course"
Have you ever wondered why it is that some people seem to be born winners? You know the ones. Not only do they consistently get what they want, but they make it look downright easy, don’t they? No matter what happens, everything always seems to go their way!
What enables such people to succeed so easily while others, often in the exact same circumstances, struggle and fail?
It really isn’t a mystery. These people, either accidentally or on purpose, have learned how to use a special power within themselves to get whatever they want…
Why? Because you already have this very same special power within you – right now! There’s nothing you have to go out and get… it’s already yours!
As a matter of fact, not only do you already have this special power, you’re using it right now and you have been for a long time!
Used constructively, it’ll bring you everything you want – health, wealth, success, happiness, and loving relationships.
Used destructively, it’ll bring you everything you don’t want – poor health, financial hardship, failure, unhappiness, and broken relationships.
"Given, the fact that you have the force, it all becomes a matter of directing that force. The force being sufficient for the work, the sole question is whether you can learn to use it constructively; for we must bear in mind that every act of force is either constructive or destructive in its tendency. Nature is always working along two general lines; integrating atoms, drawing them together into forms, and scattering and dispersing the same atoms; dissolving the forms. The same agencies are employed in construction and destruction; there is no duality, and we do not find two sets of forces at work. Nature, working with the chemistry of life, with oxygen and the food particles of matter, builds a great oak tree; but when it is finished it is already dead at the heart, and Nature goes on with the same agencies – oxygen and the chemical processes – to disintegrate its form. The same oxygen, which is the principal agent in building our living bodies, is the chief agency in disintegrating them when… Read more…