The Science Of Getting Rich Seminar

By Michael D. Nolting

I first found out about "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles a few years ago. I downloaded this almost 100 year old classic in pdf format, and read it in one sitting. It is less than 100 pages and is easy reading, so this was certainly no task.Shortly after reading this short classic, the movie "The Secret" was released on dvd. "The Secret" of course, went into depth about the Law of Attraction and how what you think about, is what you bring into your life. Interestingly enough, it took me a few months to realize the relationship.

If you watched "The Secret" and remember the first scene, Rhonda Byrne is talking about how she received a small book from her daughter that turned her life around. That book, as I later found out, was "The Science of Getting Rich". This is the little book which changed her life.

When I first read this book I thought about creative ways to make money other than by making money in a job. Using the word creative initially made me think of the arts, writing books and other similar services. I have a different take on this now which I feel will help you, it helped me! When you think about creative ways of making money and getting rich think about being of service to others. In simple terms creating something which will be of use to others.

What does it mean to you and me today? I have read at least one thousand self-help and personal development books, and even written one. I haven't found the first one which does not discuss the importance of your thoughts and how you think, the habits you form, and the actions you take.Just for fun, Google "The Science of Getting Rich", and find the free download. Not only will you find good reading, you'll also be introduced to other benefits. Sign up for them, there is much to learn, fun to be had, and fortunes to be made. Enjoy!Deep down, I believe that for most people, becoming all you want to be is one of our ultimate goals. We all want to know that we have made a mark on the world, and that we have truly lived life.

I speak from personal experience here ~ after 14 years in the corporate world I followed my dreams and started my own personal development business. For me being in service, helping others and making a positive difference around the world gives me the true riches in life. The fact that I am creating financial freedom from doing this is just a wonderful bonus:). I think it is about time that we were totally honest with ourselves regards learning all the stuff that is available to make us rich, make us happy, make us more aware how to use the Law of Attraction etc. It seems we follow the really successful gurus who have made these teachings work for them and have had meteoric success from day one. Now although this is good sales publicity, it is not what happens for 99% of the people who try to learn.We can also get sucked into following someone who has read a book and has the flair to create adverts and sales product to entice us into there fantastic new fail proof method.

Regardless of your profession, if you increase the life of others, you will become rich.One of the examples Wattles uses is of doctors. The doctor who sets out to cure disease will certainly become rich. Doctors seldom cure the illness, just as often they tend to make it worse. By following the principles of the Science of Getting Rich, doctors cure their patients. This will make them attractive to those who truly want healing.

Nowhere else is the Science of Getting Rich needed more than in medicine.The way medicine is practiced now, it tends to bring even more disease. Drugs don't really cure anything. More often than not, they tend to mask the symptoms, or simply give the person taking them a little relief.Doctors need to stop "practicing" and start curing. The focus needs to change from one of disease to one of healing and health. What you focus on brings more of the same.This is also apparent in religion. All of those fire and brimstone sermons simply bring more guilt and sin. Isn't one of the purposes of getting saved to bring you the more abundant life Jesus talked about? Everyone who follows these instructions to the letter will get rich.The key here is in focus. If you focus on disease, you invite in more disease. The focus instead should be health and healing.

If you focus on sin, you only get more sin. Ministers need to teach what Jesus was trying to tell us: that the truth would set us free. Jesus said his "yoke was easy, and his burden was light." By applying this truth to our lives, it allows us to get out from underneath all of the lies and misinformation that is often dispensed.Don't forgive, take revenge, or impose your will on others to get what you want. These are all lies we've suffered from, and they've only created more misery and pain for everyone.Do your work every day and do it in a successful manner.Again, it's about focus. If you're not focused on taking those steps that will help you become a success, and you're not doing those things that will help you become a success, you won't succeed.If you are in business for yourself, ask yourself every day: "Is the task I am about to do going to contribute to the overall success of my business?" If the answer is no, then you're wasting your time.

In the late 1990s, researchers at Princeton University came up with an experiment designed to see if there was a way to track changes in how random the output from a random number generator was and what, if anything could affect the outcome. Each spike in the data was then examined with respect to news events worldwide and a tremendous correlation was found.It would seem the more people are affected by the event, the greater the effect. For instance, there is a spike every New Years Eve that seems to travel around the world. Events such as violent attacks, natural disasters and some sporting events that really have people concentrating on an outcome are the most likely "spontaneous" events to register.

Experiments have also been conducted with the eggs to determine if a large number of minds with the same purpose in mind can have a collective effect. Correlation was found between experimental events where a very large number of people concentrate on a given goal at the same time. Experiments by late night talk-show host Art Bell produced chaotic though tangible results that were also measured on the Princeton Eggs.What is even more exciting is that the effect seems to occur outside the constant of space and time, as well. For instance, the effect of something happening in India is just as likely to appear on an egg in the subcontinent as the Canada. Also, when events were about to unfold that no one or only a few people were aware of, there has been several minutes of lead-time demonstrated from when the effect is first noted in the Eggs and the corresponding event occurs.

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