Secret of the Ages - Part V, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part V, Chapter 21 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-one, Part Five is about the Art of Creation.

Collier puts forth his position on the Art of Creation, which borders on a religious theory. He presents his belief that man's Creative Power is a form of his Personal Power, which is derived from All Power, which can be construed as God, or the Supreme Being.

Creation, in its absolute form of life being created, is from the highest Power. Power behind Creation must be Creative Power. Therefore, in the act of being Creative, man participates in Supreme Power. As a result of this relationship, man's creations are magnificent forces derived from the internal energies which he can call upon at any time. Many of the Idea forms and creative mental images dreamed up by man are a manifestation of powerful forces of the All Power...

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