Secret of the Ages - Part V, Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part V, Chapter 22 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-two, Part Five covers the importance of Dynamic Idealization.

Collier reiterates the Master Formula of Attainment. The first step is to establish Definite Ideals, followed by Insistent Desire, then a behavior of Confident Expectation, followed by Persistent Determination, and finally Balanced Compensation.

The Creative Ideal that is of the Supreme Being and in man will give him the ability to call to the front all of his powers of body, mind and spirit. All that is involved in creative thinking—reason, imagination, inventiveness, resourcefulness—all will function at its zenith under the influence of the Creative Ideal. The entire power that is stored in the Subconscious will be opened to that man who gives full rein to his Creative Ideal. The even more superior Superconscious will overlay all its knowledge and good judgment upon...

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