You Sexy Thang: Gold Nugget from Allen Says

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Was going through some 'archive" stuff and dug up this old gem by Allen. It works. Try it


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Would you like to do one simple thing every day that…
  • makes you sexier
  • doubles your intelligence…
  • integrates and repairs your nervous system
  • explodes your creativity and creative insights…
  • triples the seductive power of your voice…
  • infuses you with energy…
  • breaks bad habits
What is the miracle worker?

It is.."Stillness"

Quiet, deep stillness with no goals, no desires, no talking, no expectations. Just deep quiet stillness at least 30 minutes a day.

If we allow ourselves to remain frazzled to the very ends of our nerves, we become depleted of our "Life Energy".

Our brains and nervous systems disintegrate under the strain.
A man of no stillness is an easy man to knock over. Strain, frustration, stress, fear, tension and so on deplete us if we allow it to continue until even a simple ripple in our lives cuts us down.

I’m not getting into any airy fairy mystical mumbo jumbo here. This is backed by reams of hard scientific studies. Everything about you works better and even looks better when you give your nerves and mind a deep rest every day.

You’ll even be surprised to find that business answer you’ve been looking for so hard will suddenly pop into your mind during one of these sessions. It happens all the time.

Your brain is working on the answer even now, but most people don’t shut up long enough to let it through. (not you of course, I’m talking about those other people

Those who make a habit of this, for some strange reason, start getting everything they ever wanted.


#allen #gold #nugget #sexy #thang
  • Profile picture of the author Will Edwards
    Very true!

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  • Profile picture of the author Maddi
    Thanks for the awesome find and a great reminder.

    This is 100% true and something that has helped me in the past in every area of my life.

    Looking forward to getting back into it again.

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    • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
      Kenneth,

      An excellent reminder. Here's another of the 30-minute miracles from Allen's old stuff...

      If you want to create a breakthrough, write down the result you want. Then spend 30 minutes focused on answering that question or ways of getting that result. No distractions or detours. Write down everything you think of, and keep writing. Don't let anything else come into your mind but that goal and ways to achieve it.

      Until you've done this a few times, you'll find that your brain rebels somewhere between 5 and 15 minutes into the exercise. Ignore it. Just keep going, with a full half hour of focused attention.

      You will probably get a lot of great ideas in that half hour. Maybe even the big one you've been looking for. Even if you don't, that much focus on one thing tells your mind you're serious, and it will keep working on the challenge.

      You will get your answer.


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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Kenneth, I can attest that this works on a physical level.

        Several years ago, I went to my GP for a minor health complaint. Part of the drill is always a quick blood pressure check. This time, she did the check, looked at the results, and ran the check again.

        She made me sit down, rushed off, and came back with a little pill (that I later found out was nitroglycerin, the kind they give for heart attacks). About 20 minutes later, she took my BP again. I left that day with a bag of samples and a prescription for a daily BP pill, which she said I would be taking daily for the rest of my life.

        As I searched for alternatives, I found a study relating lowered BP and meditation. Every day, I spent those 30 minutes simply visualizing rough water flattening out and becoming calm.

        Fast forward six months...

        I went back to the doctor for a follow-up. She took the usual BP, and commented that the pills appeared to be working. That's when I told her I hadn't taken a pill after the samples ran out about three months prior.

        All she said was, "whatever you're doing, keep doing it."
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        • Profile picture of the author FredJones
          Some brilliant posts here. I testify that they work for me all the time with no exception.

          Loved reading it.
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          • Profile picture of the author Brandon Tanner
            Couldn't agree more. I often have some of my best ideas right after I wake up in the morning. Why? 8 hours of "stillness".
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            • Profile picture of the author Jay Vikaz
              Great Nuggets Here!

              In today's society we are constantly bombarded with information and that can be a huge distraction.

              The brain is constantly dealing with these distractions including lifestyle distractions like the radio, television and internet -- well I call these lifestyle distractions because it depends on how we use them in our day-to-day life and allow them to control our time vs. us controlling our use of them.

              Among all that mental clutter, there's not much time for focus and clarity.

              A little quite time with no distractions can do wonders for focus and clarity.
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        • Profile picture of the author paulie888
          Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

          Kenneth, I can attest that this works on a physical level.

          Several years ago, I went to my GP for a minor health complaint. Part of the drill is always a quick blood pressure check. This time, she did the check, looked at the results, and ran the check again.

          She made me sit down, rushed off, and came back with a little pill (that I later found out was nitroglycerin, the kind they give for heart attacks). About 20 minutes later, she took my BP again. I left that day with a bag of samples and a prescription for a daily BP pill, which she said I would be taking daily for the rest of my life.

          As I searched for alternatives, I found a study relating lowered BP and meditation. Every day, I spent those 30 minutes simply visualizing rough water flattening out and becoming calm.

          Fast forward six months...

          I went back to the doctor for a follow-up. She took the usual BP, and commented that the pills appeared to be working. That's when I told her I hadn't taken a pill after the samples ran out about three months prior.

          All she said was, "whatever you're doing, keep doing it."
          Meditation is such a powerful tool which many of us tend to overlook. Its effects are even more pronounced in this day and age, simply because the majority of us are running around and are so stressed out that it wouldn't take much meditation at all to notice the significant benefits (physical, mental and psychological) that it bestows upon us.

          I find that I'm so much calmer and more productive when I meditate daily. It's a night and day difference, and you'll only get better the more consistently you practice it every day.
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      • Profile picture of the author Eric Louviere
        Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

        Kenneth,

        An excellent reminder. Here's another of the 30-minute miracles from Allen's old stuff...

        If you want to create a breakthrough, write down the result you want. Then spend 30 minutes focused on answering that question or ways of getting that result. No distractions or detours. Write down everything you think of, and keep writing. Don't let anything else come into your mind but that goal and ways to achieve it.

        Until you've done this a few times, you'll find that your brain rebels somewhere between 5 and 15 minutes into the exercise. Ignore it. Just keep going, with a full half hour of focused attention.

        You will probably get a lot of great ideas in that half hour. Maybe even the big one you've been looking for. Even if you don't, that much focus on one thing tells your mind you're serious, and it will keep working on the challenge.

        You will get your answer.


        Paul
        Man, I can certainly agree with that advice!

        I distinctly remember a few years ago, sitting down with a notebook and getting "lost" in pure focus-creation for what seemed like only about 20 minutes but was more like an hour or more. I mean completely lost in my laser focus.

        I wrote so many things down, like a mind dump, but focused on ONE THING I wanted to do. I had no distractions and it seemed every idea or thought created a new idea or thought, and down the rabbit hole I went.

        After I was done (I was interrupted when my wife came home from shopping) I looked at her and said, "Hey, if you ever see me frustrated or stressed about something, can you remind me to do this exercise again?"

        Since then, I have filled up numerous notebooks. Those moments are pure gold and are worth more than weeks, if not months of just reacting and going with the flow. It crystallizes my thoughts and gets me HUGE results.

        When I look through those old notebooks, I can see the thoughts taking shape... and the thoughts trying to "get it" and create something... and it's interesting to look through that stuff and see some of my very best ideas take shape.

        Now when I look back and the main successful breakthroughs, the best ideas, and the systems that has made me the most money... a few stand out big time. Those few breakthroughs were directly from those times I did what Allen is suggesting in that piece of gold advice.

        Those breakthroughs came from those times I got lost in "laser focus" like that. The concentration on one thing is quite powerful and it trumps anything I've ever done in business before. Seriously.

        One last thing: Last summer, we spent the entire summer in Florida (I live in Texas). We rented condos in Naples, Destin and The keys through the summer. It was a blast, but I wanted to use the time to reflect, think, plan and regroup what I truly enjoyed doing in my businesses.

        There was one week I spent laser focused each day on creativity and "what I wanted" in life and business. Recently, I again told my wife... I need a week like that week in Florida where I was lost in focus. That one week changed my life... and spending just one week like that can replace an entire year or two in "just reacting".

        Great stuff and thanks for sharing!

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      • Profile picture of the author Dunder
        Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

        Kenneth,

        An excellent reminder. Here's another of the 30-minute miracles from Allen's old stuff...

        If you want to create a breakthrough, write down the result you want. Then spend 30 minutes focused on answering that question or ways of getting that result. No distractions or detours. Write down everything you think of, and keep writing. Don't let anything else come into your mind but that goal and ways to achieve it.

        Until you've done this a few times, you'll find that your brain rebels somewhere between 5 and 15 minutes into the exercise. Ignore it. Just keep going, with a full half hour of focused attention.

        You will probably get a lot of great ideas in that half hour. Maybe even the big one you've been looking for. Even if you don't, that much focus on one thing tells your mind you're serious, and it will keep working on the challenge.

        You will get your answer.


        Paul
        Thanks for that one, Paul.

        I just tried using it yesterday, and I was surprised how much more productive I was.

        I just came back to post this and say thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author vok
    Some pretty awesome information right there, I like to clear my mind from all the noice all the shouting everybody is creating and just empty it all out.

    Also going for a long walk helps, go and spend some time in the real world. I do my best thinking while I'm not at a computer gazing into a screen.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Kumar
    Good stuff, guys.

    Here's another one...

    Do the one Kenneth posted.
    Then, do the one Paul posted.

    Then...do the one Kenneth posted, again.
    And this time, notice the creativity floodgates opening up and 'new' ideas, concepts, connections starting to flow in. Don't force it, just be still and let them come to you.

    Write them all down. (I hope you're a fast writer.)
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Shook
      The world is oftern a very noisy place with thousands of messages shouing at us every day about our need to pay attention to them.

      There seem to be people who are afraid of the quiet. Somehting must always be happening and even better more than one thing happening at once. But no stillness and no quiet.

      I suspect that part of the issue with people buying IM products is that they love that feeling of the rush when they buy something. But when the part comes where they have to sit down and use it on a project, that does not go so well.

      No snese of getting the rush, no noise, just them sitting there are trying to figure out what to do now. And because many people do not know how to be still and let the ideas flow, they get stuck.

      And then the only thing that works for them, is to buy something else.

      Real well-rounded energy in your life comes from a combination of activity, rest and stillness. Fake energy comes from listening to your IPod, while sucking down a 55 ounce energy drink while tweeting, while reading forum posts, while trying to build a business.

      Thnak you Kenneth for a great post. I like Bryan's idea of trying both what kenneth suggests and what Paul suggests.

      @ John McCabe My dad and younger brother both died of massive heart attacks after going to the doctor, finding out about their high blood pressure, getting the prescription and rigorously following the doctor's orders. A the risk of sounding maudlin, I think it is wonderful that you found such a relatively simple thing to do that helped you get better.
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      Bryan,
      notice the creativity floodgates opening up and 'new' ideas, concepts, connections starting to flow in.
      To steal an upcoming line from another thread...

      "Don't dream it. Be it."


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      • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
        Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

        Kenneth, I can attest that this works on a physical level.

        Several years ago, I went to my GP for a minor health complaint. Part of the drill is always a quick blood pressure check. This time, she did the check, looked at the results, and ran the check again.

        She made me sit down, rushed off, and came back with a little pill (that I later found out was nitroglycerin, the kind they give for heart attacks). About 20 minutes later, she took my BP again. I left that day with a bag of samples and a prescription for a daily BP pill, which she said I would be taking daily for the rest of my life.

        As I searched for alternatives, I found a study relating lowered BP and meditation. Every day, I spent those 30 minutes simply visualizing rough water flattening out and becoming calm.

        Fast forward six months...

        I went back to the doctor for a follow-up. She took the usual BP, and commented that the pills appeared to be working. That's when I told her I hadn't taken a pill after the samples ran out about three months prior.

        All she said was, "whatever you're doing, keep doing it."
        John, I had a similar experience when I was in my 20s. Long story short, I used visualization and affirmations to get rid of hypoglycemia. Doc said I'd have to follow a special diet (very restrictive) all my life and if that didn't work I'd have to be on medication. Never did either. Did the visualization and affirmations and in six months all my symptoms were gone and have never returned. That was 30 years ago.
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    • Profile picture of the author Eric Louviere
      Originally Posted by Bryan Kumar View Post

      Good stuff, guys.

      Here's another one...

      Do the one Kenneth posted.
      Then, do the one Paul posted.

      Then...do the one Kenneth posted, again.
      And this time, notice the creativity floodgates opening up and 'new' ideas, concepts, connections starting to flow in. Don't force it, just be still and let them come to you.

      Write them all down. (I hope you're a fast writer.)
      I hope you're a fast writer is right. I find myself not able to write fast enough when doing this.
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      • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
        Cou-san Boudreaux,
        I hope you're a fast writer is right. I find myself not able to write fast enough when doing this.
        May ah sujjest one o' they digitalis voice recodin' machines and a coppy o' Dragoon Perfeshunal?

        Raht handy, that mix is...


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        • Profile picture of the author milkyway
          Paul,

          Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

          Cou-san Boudreaux,May ah sujjest one o' they digitalis voice recodin' machines and a coppy o' Dragoon Perfeshunal?

          Raht handy, that mix is...
          Talking is not the same as writing in this case, at least for me...


          There are other things which work very well to give some quiet time to the mind (and the rest of the person). Playing an instrument or doing a jigsaw puzzle. Maybe not as effective as total stillness, but they help me to focus. Relaxing, and at the same time it keeps me focused.

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          • Profile picture of the author Paul Myers
            Regine,
            Talking is not the same as writing in this case, at least for me...
            True for many. I was just suggesting something for Monsieur Louviere. But then (topically relevant and musically apropos)...

            Ah believe in miracles...
            Where ya from...
            [Thread title here]


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            • Profile picture of the author milkyway
              Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

              Rdegine,True for many. I was just suggesting something for Monsieur Louviere. But then (topically relevant and musically apropos)...
              lol -- are you suggesting Eric is prone to, hm, talking?

              Ah believe in miracles...
              Where ya from...
              [Thread title here]
              Yeah, that title was a smart marketing strategy. A lesson in itself...

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          • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
            Originally Posted by milkyway View Post

            There are other things which work very well to give some quiet time to the mind (and the rest of the person). Playing an instrument or doing a jigsaw puzzle. Maybe not as effective as total stillness, but they help me to focus. Relaxing, and at the same time it keeps me focused.

            Regine
            I see this as the mental equivalent of giving little kids in a restaurant crayons. It keeps the little buggers occupied so you can concentrate on the task at hand.

            Playing an instrument, doing a jigsaw puzzle, or even just kicking back and watching a bobber dance on the waves keeps that little busybody that normally has the floor in your head occupied so you can focus on more important things...
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            • Profile picture of the author milkyway
              John,

              Originally Posted by JohnMcCabe View Post

              I see this as the mental equivalent of giving little kids in a restaurant crayons. It keeps the little buggers occupied so you can concentrate on the task at hand.
              exactly! Only that kids with crayons in a restaurant are way more dangerous than me with a jigsaw -- at the very least, I won't do much harm...

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          • Profile picture of the author lukemeister
            Awesome thread. As I type this I'm multitasking to the brink of mind destruction, so I could probably use a lot of the tips in here haha.

            Originally Posted by milkyway View Post

            Playing an instrument or doing a jigsaw puzzle. Maybe not as effective as total stillness, but they help me to focus. Relaxing, and at the same time it keeps me focused.
            When I'm working at home (not the office) I bounce back and forth between the computer and my drum kit a LOT, keeps me very productive, much better than sitting and staring at the computer for 8 straight hours at the office
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          • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
            Originally Posted by milkyway View Post


            There are other things which work very well to give some quiet time to the mind (and the rest of the person). Playing an instrument...
            Back when I used to play the guitar and write songs, if I came up with a music piece I liked, to put words to it I'd often just sing whatever words came to mind. I wrote some pretty good lyrics that way ... without thinking about it.

            Sometimes the things that came out were surprisingly deep. Things I'd never even thought about before. Those were interesting times.
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            • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
              Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

              Back when I used to play the guitar and write songs, if I came up with a music piece I liked, to put words to it I'd often just sing whatever words came to mind. I wrote some pretty good lyrics that way ... without thinking about it.

              Sometimes the things that came out were surprisingly deep. Things I'd never even thought about before. Those were interesting times.
              Darn, there's a term my shrink used way back in my college days when someone would lie down on the couch and just talk about the first thing that came to their mind. It was called "free.." something therapy. But I hear you. I wrote some of my best poetry that way.

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              • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
                Originally Posted by Rod Cortez View Post

                Darn, there's a term my shrink used way back in my college days when someone would lie down on the couch and just talk about the first thing that came to their mind. It was called "free.." something therapy. But I hear you. I wrote some of my best poetry that way.

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                Free association?
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                  Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

                  Free association?
                  If it was written down it would be automatic writing I think.

                  I used to write songs the same way, just sing what ever was in my mind and catch it on tape. Great times!
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                  Originally Posted by Dennis Gaskill View Post

                  Free association?
                  Yes! Touchdown!
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              • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
                Originally Posted by Rod Cortez View Post

                Darn, there's a term my shrink used way back in my college days when someone would lie down on the couch and just talk about the first thing that came to their mind. It was called "free.." something therapy. But I hear you. I wrote some of my best poetry that way.

                RoD
                "Free Association"

                The idea is to let down the barriers and allow your mind to wander where it will. Often it wanders into some very surprising places...
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        • Profile picture of the author Robert Puddy
          Originally Posted by Paul Myers View Post

          Cou-san Boudreaux,May ah sujjest one o' they digitalis voice recodin' machines and a coppy o' Dragoon Perfeshunal?

          Raht handy, that mix is...


          Paul
          reminds me of an old joke...

          secretary rushes into bosses office and says can i use your [Mod edit: ahem]

          boss replys no use your finger like everyone else
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    Amen to the OP. I meditate about 30-45 minutes a day, 6 days a week and it has totally changed my mindset, my health, and my business.

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  • Profile picture of the author Andy Fletcher
    And there was me thinking I'd read all of Allen's stuff. Where did you dig this one up?
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      Pfff I keep subscribing to threads.
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    • Profile picture of the author milkyway
      Good morning, Andy!

      Originally Posted by Andy Fletcher View Post

      And there was me thinking I'd read all of Allen's stuff. Where did you dig this one up?
      Not sure about Kenneth's original post. The strategy Paul cites is in here:

      http://www.warriorforum.com/war-room...your-life.html

      See ya later,

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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Schwenk
    That post reminds me a lot of the well-known book, Lazy Man's Way to Riches. There's a lot of great information like this in there.

    For those that haven't read it, I highly suggest you make a note to do so - it's a great book.

    -Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author Richnana
    Was Allen always that deep or were we younger back then and didn't realize we had a "thinking soul" in our midst. Because he is able to put the word of the masters into the vernacular of the everyday man... do you think that perhaps that is why there are so many successful warrior.. that somehow, the truth, and success teachings that many of us did not read back in the day before the Secret.. We were being feed the truth intravenously by being in the forum? hum.... just a thought or 2 Anyway thanks for renewing those words ... it helps to renew the mind.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sandor Verebi
    Hello all,

    Curiosity brought me here, but I don't regret it. It's a great reading.

    Not ashamed to admit that sometimes I get tired. What relax me besides the medication is the classical music. I love Vivaldi. His Four Seasons is my favourite. I listen that often while lying and I can not get enough of it. I'm addicted, I'm afraid.

    Thanks for the reminder, Kenneth.

    Best,

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    You're a sick puppy, Puddy.


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  • Profile picture of the author Richnana
    Words From The Masters are always in sync... From the Master Key System by Charles Haandel.. Allan was giving us the "Secret long before the Movie The Secret appeared on the Scene.

    Truth and Knowledge are always in sync.. . From the Master Key System by Charles Haandel..

    22. The Universal cannot express through you as long as you are busy
    with your plans, your own purposes; quiet the senses, seek
    inspiration, focus the mental activity on the within, dwell in the
    consciousness of your unity with Omnipotence. "Still water runs deep;"
    contemplate the multitudinous opportunities to which you have
    spiritual access by the Omnipresence of power. . .

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    • Profile picture of the author Sam England
      And I thought I was the only one who takes...what I call power naps...every evening...

      Not actually naps...just a calm walk into never-never land for 20-30 minutes everyday helps me get my mind back into focus...

      Do you think its the weed?
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Richnana View Post

      Words From The Masters are always in sync... From the Master Key System by Charles Haandel.. Allan was giving us the "Secret long before the Movie The Secret appeared on the Scene.

      Truth and Knowledge are always in sync.. . From the Master Key System by Charles Haandel..

      22. The Universal cannot express through you as long as you are busy
      with your plans, your own purposes; quiet the senses, seek
      inspiration, focus the mental activity on the within, dwell in the
      consciousness of your unity with Omnipotence. "Still water runs deep;"
      contemplate the multitudinous opportunities to which you have
      spiritual access by the Omnipresence of power. . .

      I definitely remember reading this. It'll make a world of difference in IM AND your life, if you take it to heart and actually practice it. Too often, we're running around like chickens with their heads cut off, and our internal dialogue is so noisy and cluttered that we cannot listen to our intuition anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikemcmillan
    Kenneth, thanks for the thought! That one word, stillness, has power.

    But there is a dark side to your (Allen's) suggestion too!

    I'm not talking about Warriors here, because I think everyone here does a lot of quantifying, introspecting, analyzing, and theorizing--those things are needed to do what we do in this crazy business.

    But there are very significant numbers of people out there, people living lives of quite desperation, people who are terrified at the thought of doing any independent thinking. The rely on the great institutions to do their thinking for them. Governments, schools, churches, news factories--these are the de facto proxy thinkers for vast segments of society.

    Many say that the greatest fear people have is that of public speaking. Nonsense! The greatest fear of the unclean masses is that of having to do some independent thinking of their own! In fact, that thought scares the ever-loving sh*t out of large segments of society.

    Sitting in a dark, quite room--alone in the landscape of thoughts and consciousness can be a terrifying experience for people inexperienced in such things. One starts thinking, thinking and perhaps questioning their most firmly held beliefs. For many, that process invites a terror of a magnitude they have not developed tools with which to cope.

    You and I are thinkers. The world needs our ideas--it is patiently awaiting them. Imagine if the thinkers of the world were to withdraw from society, leaving the coddled herdlings of unthinking automatons to fend for themselves. It would, in the words of John Galt, stop the motor of the world!

    So yes, Kenneth, we must stop, be still and think on a regular basis. Without a small, yet critical mass of us doing that the world would turn into a gray, soulless place devoid of the landmarks of a civilized society.

    Your thought struck a chord with me Kenneth. And that chord is a part of a beautiful symphony, a symphony of the mind which brings great pleasure and understanding. I must go there now! --Mike
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    Indeed a very informative resource and a reminder for us. Thanks for posting, truly appreciated.
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    Thanks for digging this wonderful post up kennethtang I will give it a try instantly!
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