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U.S. Andersen The Secret Of Form || EP 731

As far as the eye can see, the mind project, and the spirit perceive, there is nothing but eternal and immutable law! Working with the tiniest unit of matter he can visualize, man observes that the atom has a nucleus and moving parts which circle this nucleus in never-ending motion. Working with the largest unit […]

U.S. Andersen The Mystery Of The Mind || EP 691

How accustomed we are to regarding mind objectively! How conditioned we are to thinking of mind as brain, an isolated accumulation of gray protoplasm two inches behind our foreheads! We give our approval to scientific techniques which trace out brain convolutions and nerve networks and tell us of the storage compartments of memory, the cellular […]

U.S. Andersen Evil Is An Illusion || EP 660

As the first step in our discussion of evil, let us sensibly get rid of both the devil and hell. Make up your mind that the intelligence that exists behind the universe does not destroy itself! The pain-ridden idea of hellfire as a place of punishment for sin is man’s own morbid idea; evil is […]

U.S. Andersen The Lock || EP 567

Somewhere, in some city, town or hamlet, there is a child being born. Somewhere pure spirit is inspired into form. And even now the Lock takes shape. Mighty is the anvil that forges this Lock, for it is the memory of the Subconscious Mind. Light, sound, discomfort, pain, roughness, dampness, hunger, smells – all impinge […]

Charles F. Haanel – Transmutation And The Gateway To Infinite Power || EP 452

Abundance  is  a  natural  law  of  the  universe.  The  evidence  of  this  law  is  conclusive;  we  see  it  on  every  hand. Everywhere  Nature  is  lavish,  wasteful,  extravagant.  Nowhere  is  economy  observed  in  any  created  thing. The millions and millions of trees and flowers and plants and animals and the vast scheme of reproduction where the […]

US Anderson The Hidden Cause Of All Things || EP 451

THE HIDDEN CAUSE OF ALL THING SHAKESPEARE’S Hamlet in his famed soliloquy pondered, “To be or not to be,” and thus faced squarely the primary challenge of life. Most people only exist, never truly are at all. They exist as predictable equations, reacting rather than acting, walking compendiums of aphorisms and taboos, reflexes and syndromes. […]