Mind control publications
1. Character-Building thought power, by Ralph Waldo Trine:
Ralph draws a distinct line between bad and good habits. In this book, every effort is made by the writer to explain what comprises good habits and why every one needs it early
in life. It draws the conclusion that habits nurtured in early life concretize into impulses in future for the good or bad of the subject.
Is habit-forming or character-building a matter of mere chance or do you have it under your control? Can you make yourself the person that you’ve always wanted to be at will?
- The question is not, “What are the conditions in our lives?” but, “How do we meet the conditions that we find there?”
- And whatever the conditions are, it is unwise and profitless to look upon them, even if they are conditions that we would have otherwise, in the attitude of complaint, for complaint will bring depression, and depression will weaken and possibly even kill the spirit that would engender the power that would enable us to bring into our lives an entirely new set of conditions.
- In order to be concrete, even at the risk of being personal, I will say that in my own experience there have come at various times into my life circumstances and conditions that I gladly would have run from at the time – conditions that caused at the time humiliation and shame and anguish of spirit.
- But invariably, as sufficient time has passed, I have been able to look back and see clearly the part that every experience of the type just mentioned had to play in my life. I have seen the lessons it was essential for me to learn; and the result is that now I would not drop a single one of these experiences from my life, humiliating and hard to bear as they were at the time; no, not for the world.
- And here is also a lesson I have learned: whatever conditions are in my life today that are not the easiest and most agreeable, and whatever conditions of this type all coming time may bring, I will take them just as they come, without complaint, without depression, and meet them in the wisest possible way; knowing that they are the best possible conditions that could be in my life at the time, or otherwise they would not be there; realizing the fact that, although I may not at the time see why they are in my life, although I may not see just what part they have to play, the time will come, and when it comes I will see it all, and thank God for every condition just as it came.
- Each one is so apt to think that his own conditions, his own trials or troubles or sorrows, or his own struggles, as the case may be, are greater than those of the great mass of mankind, or possibly greater than those of any one else in the world.
- He forgets that each one has his own peculiar trials or troubles or sorrows to bear, or struggles in habits to overcome, and that his is but the common lot of all the human race. We are apt to make the mistake in this – in that we see and feel keenly our own trials, or adverse conditions, or characteristics to be overcome, while those of others we do not see so clearly, and hence we are apt to think that they are not at all equal to our own.
- Each has his own problems to work out. Each must work out his own problems. Each must grow the insight that will enable him to see what the causes are that have brought the unfavorable conditions into his life; each must grow the strength that will enable him to face these conditions, and to set into operation forces that will bring about a different set of conditions.
- We may be of aid to one another by way of suggestion, by way of bringing to one another a knowledge of certain higher laws and forces – laws and forces that will make it easier to do that which we would do. The doing, however, must be done by each one for himself.
- And so the way to get out of any conditioning we have got into, either knowingly or inadvertently, either intentionally or unintentionally, is to take time to look the conditions squarely in the face, and to find the law whereby they have come about.
- And when we have discovered the law, the thing to do is not to rebel against it, not to resist it, but to go with it by working in harmony with it. If we work in harmony with it, it will work for our highest good, and will take us wheresoever we desire.
- If we oppose it, if we resist it, if we fail to work in harmony with it, it will eventually break us to pieces. The law is immutable in its workings. Go with it, and it brings all things our way; resist it, and it brings suffering, pain, loss, and desolation.
2. This psychological self-help publication follows the psycho-social education approach:
Our attitude towards “self-help” will influence the future of humanity.
In our early years, we humans seem to be capable of understanding many of the complexities of life–and doing something (a lot) about them. As youngsters we can influence our futures; the earlier we start the better. Walter Mischel (1988) has shown that 4-year-olds, who have learned how to distract themselves and resist temptations, like candy, are more able to concentrate, make friends, do well on the SAT, and deal with stress as teenagers. Self-taught self-control apparently has important consequences (science doesn’t know yet if self-control taught to us by others has the same implications as self-taught self-control but possibly so).
The teen years and young adulthood are also important in many ways: you develop trust or distrust of yourself and others, you acquire attitudes, habits, values, and emotional reactions which will have great impact on your entire life. Youth isn’t just a time for living day to day, as some think; the early and teen years form the basis for much that you will become. You can change at anytime in your life, even on your death bed, but it is harder if you haven’t had much practice self-changing earlier in life.
So, hopefully, you can now see the big picture of where we are going. Clearly, a life-long psycho-social education isn’t just one book or one course. Learning to cope is an unending task from birth to death. It is a process of realizing your personal and social problems, of deciding on the important purposes of your life, of planning how to accomplish as many of those goals as possible, and, then, gathering the knowledge you need to actually cope with the almost inevitable stream of pitfalls in life, carrying out your day by day plans for achieving your ideals, and living your values and dreams to the fullest.
I urge you to seriously start self-helping yourself to cope now. You don’t need to be a good student or to know much about psychology (you only need to be able to understand what you read); you don’t need to have problems because you can always work on self-improvement and prevention of problems; you don’t need to be in good psychological shape because self-help is for all kinds of personal and interpersonal difficulties. Why am I urging this on you? My goals reflect my values of helping others, using knowledge honestly and wisely to make this a better world, and encouraging each person to take responsibility for his or her own life.
- Psychology has accumulated a lot of useful knowledge–how to improve behavior, handle emotions, acquire skills, change attitudes, gain insight, and much more. So, why shouldn’t these methods and ideas be taught to everyone? Eminent psychologists have recommended this for many years. Of course, we can’t prevent all problems; some rain must fall in every life; we all suffer the occasional pain of failure or self-criticism or rejection or loss. But we could suffer less. Furthermore, we all could be better – more caring and giving, and less angry or greedy, more reasonable and calm, and less tense and impulsive, more capable and aware, less timid and repressed, etc.
- Since we all have problems and we all have room for improvement and much to contribute to others, a good society would surely help us all live the best life we can. And, since we are more responsible for our own lives than anyone else, often having to cope with problems alone, everyone needs to be an expert self-helper. It makes sense. It can probably be done, but not quickly and easily. I hope this book makes a small contribution to that distant goal.
- A warning: any society which emphasizes individual responsibility, self-help, building self-esteem… must guard against burdening individuals alone with the awesome task of coping with life’s problems. The knowledge needed by individuals must be developed and distributed by massive research programs and improved educational-informational institutions. Society must change as well as individuals.
- When we say that every person must help him/herself, it is crucial, in order to be fair, that every person be provided the self-help knowledge and opportunities he or she needs to succeed. Otherwise, “self-help” is just another mean-spirited ploy by the advantaged to “keep the disadvantaged in their place.”
3. 45 Ways to be a better parent:
4. Achieving peak performance:
5. Advanced memory course:
7. Mastery of self – dealing with the art of success magnetism:
8. Practical mental influence:
9. Psychology and achievement:
10. The power of mind mapping:
11. Unstoppable peak performance (56 pages):
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12. Workplace conqueror:
Table of contents for “Workplace Conqueror” (36 Pages):
2. The 3 easy steps explained
2.1 Strategic planning
3. The strategic planning process
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4.1 Manifest of performance areas in relation to new strategies
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