Secret of the Ages - Part V, Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Part V, Chapter 18 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Eighteen, Part Five discusses the importance of Imagination, the Builder and the Plan.

Constructive Imagination is the quality found in the "fittest" of the human species desiring to survive. With Constructive Imagination, the struggle to improve life continues successfully. By following the General Rule, one will have a great advantage in looking to use Constructive Imagination toward a definite purpose.

The General Rule is constituted of six steps and first asks the individual to develop a clear idea of his Definite Purpose. This step is critical, one must evaluate what needs to be accomplished, what problem must be solved, what idea needs to be created in material form, what particular desire needs to be satisfied. Without a definitive purpose, there can be no way of knowing exactly which way one is headed. A definitive purpose defines...

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