The Secret Science Of Getting Rich

By Jordan R. Masten

Wallace D. Wattles spent a life time studying and writing about the laws of success. He studied the great philosophers and contemporary writers. Wallace was convinced that wealth is attracted, as is poverty and every other condition. He taught that barriers could be overcome and success attained by mental discipline. He also advocated building wealth through creation and not competition. His book was first published in 1910.

By understanding universal truths such as 'all things are energy' the secret science of getting rich teaches us that we are the answer to the wealth we seek. Many search for wealth outside themselves not realizing that the answers were within them. By using the power of mental projection to form a clear mental image of what is desired, it is possible to bring those desires into material form. For those who have read 'The Secret' and 'The Law of Attraction,' these fundamental teachings may seem familiar. But for those who have never heard of them, it may either seem revolutionary or skeptical. Either way, whether you choose to believe or not, these truths exist and affect everything on the material plane including our bank accounts.

Next, during the day as you do the normal things, like go to work, that you do allow yourself to muse over the idea without giving it too much attention. Just let it enter your mind from time to time and perhaps smile now that it is yours and then release the thought. Wattles states:By thought, the thing you want is brought to you; by action you receive it.This is the process that Byrne used to turn her life around and the process you are beginning to create your future. By thought you have already created the things in your future and now you are taking action to be able to receive them.

There is a final, very important part of this and that is to be grateful. Give thanks for the things that you are creating and which will be in your hands soon. Give thanks as if you have already received them and then release the thought of them. Do this daily and then release the care of obtaining them.The process of The Science of Getting Rich can be enhanced with hypnosis. In fact just going through the visioning process you may find yourself entering a state of hypnosis whether or not you understand what it is and that is good. Hypnosis will enhance the quality of your vision and thus make you more successful at accomplishing your outcome.

You can not honestly be grateful that something, yet unseen, is already yours if you have not seen it in your minds eye first. But once you see it and feel it, then you can express gratitude that it is yours, even if you do not have it yet. With this process you claim that it IS yours, even though you do not physically have it yet.This process taps into the greatest source of power, it connects you to your source. It lines you up with what you want so that your desire can be manifest for you. What a powerful process.So no matter what your circumstances at the present time, your future can be rich. You hold the keys. There is nothing that you need outside of yourself to achieve a life you desire. The Science of Getting Rich teaches scientific, tried and true principles, that when applied, will make you rich.Getting rich seems to be a most elusive and most difficult catch to make. Many have written about ways to get rich in the desire to present this seemingly difficult endeavor appear reachable. While many of these works present many different ideas, sometimes one can get lost in quagmire of suggestions and prescriptions that ends up in making the issue even more complicated.

While he is didactic and somewhat narrow in his theory and advocacy, insisting for example that the reader read no other works on success or wealth building other than his book, he has a lot to offer the contemplative mind and was truly a pioneer in many areas of self improvement teaching.Wattles wrote in the common style of the early 20th century. He wrote reasonably well but the text tends to be somewhat pedantic. It lacks the outline format of modern nonfiction literature. If you put a bit of effort forth it is well worth it. If you do not want to work at all at reading this may not be for you.

Published in 1910, the author says in his book that it is abnormal not to want to be rich, because being rich is the only way you can realize your full potential, and that there is an exact science to getting rich, like algebra or arithmetic. Anyone who follows the law will become rich with mathematical certainty. To become rich, you have to do things a Certain Way.Because the book was published a century ago, the language used may appear odd. He talks about Formless Stuff, Original Substance, Formless Living Substance, Formless Intelligence and so on. He is talking about what we refer to today as energy.

He wrote almost constantly. It was then that he formed his mental picture. He saw himself as a successful writer, a personality of power, an advancing man, and he began to work toward the realization of this vision. He lived every page His life was truly the powerful life."In 1910, Wallace Wattles wrote the classic book The Science of Getting Rich. In The Science of Getting Rich, Wattles literally provides an instruction manual that shows anyone how to become rich in all aspects of your life. It has become one of, if not the most often recommended books by self made millionaires.

The law of success in 16 lessons is the significant specific difference which may be forwarded as far as these two successful books are concerned. The 16 lessons actually represent the simplification of an otherwise difficult task anyone wanting to succeed in getting rich faces and sometime ends up fearing. Simplification is key to both works by Wattles and Hill. Simplification means making their prescriptions reachable and realistic. Simplification ultimately means success. Simplification means getting rich.In the last analysis, Wattles and Hill therefore are declaring the same basic point. There is nothing complicated in the path to getting rich. Everything is within reach by anyone serious enough to have that desire to get rich shown by the willingness to do something about it. Wallace calls it a science. Hill calls it the law of the mastermind. Both are systematic approaches simple and succinct to follow.

There is no long-winding path to thread, only a brief, direct to the point road to success. Getting rich comes as a result of doing the right things at the right time. One who does the right things gets rich. One who does not do the right things, even if he keeps on exerting effort, will remain poor. This is not based on anything beyond one's reach. The path to getting rich however starts with getting to know how to simplify everything and how to focus one's sight in the systematic run towards success.There will be no need for many things to do. It is clear from the suggestions made in these two works that by doing exactly what they prescribe, success is inevitable. This is what makes things simple. Just do what is said. The two masterpieces clearly outline in very simple 16 lessons the qualities which one must possess in order to achieve success. It is all a matter of knowing what these qualities are. Or perhaps it's a matter of seeing how simple things really are.

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