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6. A Master Mind alliance based upon the harmony of two or more people who ally themselves for spiritual or temporal advancement. 7. Mutual suffering, such as that experienced by people who are persecuted. 8. Auto-suggestion 9. Fear 10. Narcotics and alcohol. The desire for sex expression comes at the head of the list of stimuli, which most effectively “step-up” the vibrations of the mind and start the “wheels” of physical action. A genius is, “a man who has discovered how to increase the vibrations of thought to the point where he can freely communicate with sources of knowledge not available through the ordinary rate of vibration of thought.” “GENIUS” IS DEVELOPED THROUGH THE SIXTH SENSE The reality of a “sixth sense” has been fairly well established. This sixth sense is “Creative Imagination.” The faculty of creative imagination is one which the majority of people never use during an entire lifetime, and if used at all, it usually happens by mere accident. A relatively small number of people use, WITH DELIBERATION AND PURPOSE AFORETHOUGHT, the faculty of creative imagination. Those who use this faculty voluntarily, and with understanding of its functions, are GENII Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill An Action Summary www.secret2dollars.com
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Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill An Action Summary www.secret2dollars.com The faculty of creative imagination is the direct link between the fi nite mind of man and In fi nite Intelligence. All so-called revelations, referred to in the realm of religion, and all discoveries of basic or new principles in the fi eld of invention, take place through the faculty of creative imagination. When ideas or concepts fl ash into one’s mind, through what is popularly called a “hunch,” they come from one or more of the following sources:-- 1. In fi nite Intelligence 2. One’s subconscious mind, wherein is stored every sense impression and thought impulse which ever reached the brain through any of the fi ve senses 3. From the mind of some other person who has just released the thought, or picture of the idea or concept, through conscious thought, or 4. From the other person’s subconscious storehouse. The creative imagination functions best when the mind is vibrating (due to some form of mind stimulation) at an exceedingly high rate. That is, when the mind is functioning at a rate of vibration higher than that of ordinary, normal thought. The creative faculty becomes more alert and receptive to vibrations, originating outside the individual’s subconscious mind, the more this faculty is used, and the more the individual relies upon it, and makes demands upon it for thought impulses. This faculty can be cultivated and developed only through use. For example, the scienti fi c inventor, or “genius,” begins an invention by organizing and combining the known ideas, or principles accumulated through experience, through the synthetic faculty (the reasoning faculty). If he fi nds this accumulated knowledge to be insuf fi cient for the completion of his invention, he then draws upon the sources of
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