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JoshuaClayton By JoshuaClayton, 12th May 2017 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/3wf4uljo/
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A few days ago, I was reading Stuart Lichtman's "How To Get Money For Anything Fast" and Emile Coue's "Autosuggestion: My Method" and thinking to myself in a 'silly' way: "Is this all it takes, enough understanding and a habit is changed? Okay."

What do I mean by the word "okay"?

Sure, understanding is the key, but use and productive action is entering the door. That was what I think I meant by the word "okay" there. Sure, like Coue, I do not believe in irrational miracles, but when things click on all cylinders like Stuart Lichtman and Joe Vitale write about in their materials, it sure can seem like a miracle. My point is though that it is not a miracle, it is transparent natural law at its best. Like dirty water can be turned into clean water in a glass by putting clean water in the glass \with the dirty water, the mind and everything else so simply and transparently works by that same natural law so well, that we do not notice it too well unless we pay enough attention to reality.

Attention: That is where it starts. Understanding and mastery, that is where it ends. But we have to pay a lot of attention and pay the price in work in the details to get to understanding and mastery.

I know that so many mind and hate to do the required work in a slow way and want short cuts, but I simply say, "okay, it is worth it".

A few days ago, I got stung by a be, it left a seemingly pretty big welt or bump on my neck that I feel. Sure, I use the hydrocortisone cream and all the traditional medicine to heal it, but I am also working on it through autosuggestion and prayer as well. The point is, I expect natural law transparently to do its thing, but no "miracles" in the sense people would expect them. So, I really do know what is meant by the faith of a mustard seed moves mountains, but, if you try to beat natural law, you will not even be able to clean up lint if you get what I mean.

If you do not get what I mean, I will go into detail about rational miracles: Rational miracles start in the imagination and in believing in what is genuinely possible in life. Irrational miracles that can never genuinely happen is just negative mysticism and even foolish belief that we can beat God and make synthetic dirt out of nothing without technology or anything, just a thought that we can do something like that without the tools or anything.

So, start thinking, was Emile Coue onto something with his honest transparency about what the mind could do and could not do? What are the boundary marks between imagination, fulfillment and reality? Also, what do I mean by the word, "okay"? Well, within those questions is the meaning of what I mean by the word "okay". But before I end this section I can spell it out for you:

What the mind can conceive of in imagination and rationally believe in, the mind can achieve. But here is the catch, it all has to be within the natural laws of reality. Genuine fantasy is when something cannot be possibly fulfilled through any known laws. Who knows, if it can be conceived it can be achieved and nothing unreal exists. Well, I will go on to section two with "baited breath."

What is impossible?

Sounds like an old 1970s "Bread" musical group song worse than "I Want To Make It With You". But, that is the title, "What is impossible?" I will tell you what is possible: Nothing rational within the laws of nature, existence and reality is impossible. Everything outside of that is genuinely impossible, unless we leap over linear logic and really utilize imagination.

I beg the game playing statement like Bill Clinton did in his hearings in the 1990s when pressed about Monica Lewinsky and the dress affair in the White House, "That depends on what the meaning of is, is." Now you are seeing why I put an emphasis on the word "is", because if it is genuinely not, it is impossible. But if it is possible it could be, then it is.

When there are no questions, all answers are open to interpretation, are they not? So, that depends on what the meaning of is, is.


I am an optimist who believes in natural law, genuine healing, and realistic uses of thought power. I am pessimistic about nothing and nothing is impossible, is it? So, I am "pessimistic" about the impossible, because imagination makes possible what was not possible before, doesn't it. About 150 years ago, they said everything that could be invented was invented. Well,150 years later, I am even more pessimistic about the impossible and optimistic about the possible, because the facts show that reality is ever becoming and it is a wonderful becoming. To put it how Wallace DeLois Wattles almost put it, and how I think Charles Darwin and Herbert George Wells wanted to put it: The impossible is simply the evolution of the discovered, that is all. The "impossible" is where God is, and as we get closer to that, and understand the "impossible" it is a wonderful becoming. Need I say more here?


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I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California, USA. I used to write under a few aliases, but now I have nothing to hide and write mostly under my own name. I write mostly on self-help topics.

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