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82 From these statements, you will readily observe that voluntary use of the
83 subconscious mind calls for coordination and application of all the principles.
84 Ella Wheeler Wilcox gave evidence of her understanding of the power of the
85 subconscious mind when she wrote:
86 "You never can tell what a thought will do
87 in bringing you hate or love-
88 For thoughts are things, and their airy wings
89 Are swifter than carrier doves.
90 They follow the law of the universe-
91 Each thing creates its kind,
92 And they speed O'er the track to bring you back
93 Whatever went out from your mind."
94 Mrs. Wilcox understood the truth, that thoughts which go out from one's mind,
95 also imbed themselves deeply in one's subconscious mind, where they serve as a
96 magnet, pattern, or blueprint by which the subconscious mind is influenced
97 while translating them into their physical equivalent. Thoughts are truly things,
98 for the reason that every material thing begins in the form of thought-energy.
99 The subconscious mind is more susceptible to influence by impulses of thought
100 mixed with "feeling" or emotion, than by those originating solely in the
101 reasoning portion of the mind. In fact, there is much evidence to support the
102 theory, that ONLY emotionalized thoughts have any ACTION influence upon
103 the subconscious mind.
104 It is a well-known fact that emotion or feeling, rules the majority of people. If it
105 is true that the subconscious mind responds more quickly to, and is influenced
106 more readily by thought impulses which are well mixed with emotion, it is
107 essential to become familiar with the more important of the emotions. There are
108 seven major positive emotions, and seven major negative emotions. The
109 negatives voluntarily inject themselves into the thought impulses, which insure
110 passage into the subconscious mind. The positives must be injected, through the

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