First Steps For Using The Power Of Your Mind

Sailing BoatDo you want to use the power of your mind to attract things into your life?

There are a few important first steps you should follow, which require the investment of some time and effort on your part. Using the power of your mind to create success doesn’t mean that you just think of something and it immediately jumps into your life.

People who learn about creative visualization and the law of attraction, often get too enthusiastic, and think that they will soon achieve success and get everything they want, just by thinking about what they want. But when nothing happens they get disappointed and abandon this subject.

Your thoughts and imagination can make changes in your life, but you need to follow certain rules, have a really strong desire, and be willing not just to dream or visualize, but do whatever necessary to get what you want, even if this involves work and, effort.

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William Walker Atkinson

William Walker Atkinson was a prolific writer, well known for his books on the power of the mind. Though his books were written in the early years of the twentieth century, they are still popular up to this day.

William Walker Atkinson was born in Baltimore, Maryland, on December 5 1862, and passed away on November 22 1932. He was an influential figure in the early days of the New Thought Movement, and for a certain period of time edited a magazine by this name. He was an attorney, a publisher, ab author and an occultist.

In some of his books, William Walker Atkinson used his name as the author, and in others he used pseudonyms, such as Theron Q. Dumont and Yogi Ramacharaka.

I became acquainted with the books of William Walker Atkinson many years ago, and have learned a great deal from them.

I like his books for their clarity, practical approach, clear instructions, and for their inspiration and motivation. His language is simple, well understood, and to the point.

I have read his books many times, each time new truths were revealed, which were not perceived in the previous reading.

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