The Art of Using Power Strategies

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Nishant Baxi

Power attraction power play

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The Art Of Using Power Strategies

Nishant Baxi

Table Of Contents


Chapter 1:

The Dominating Rationale

Chapter 2:

Regulating Your Powers

Chapter 3:

Practical Action

Chapter 4:

Training The Subconscious

Chapter 5:

Law of Attraction

Chapter 6:

Achieving Desires

Wrapping Up


There are a million energies in man. What might we not become when we learn to utilize them all? This is the declaration of the poet; and though poetry is commonly motivated by transcendental visions, and therefore more or less impressed with apparent hyperboles, nevertheless there’s in this poetic expression far more literal, practical truth than we may at first think.

How many energies there are in man, no one knows; but there are so many that even the greatest observers of human action have found it inconceivable to count them all. And as most of these energies are noteworthy, to say the least, and a few of them so remarkable as to seem both limitless in power and countless in possibilities, we might well wonder what man will become when he learns to utilization them all. It’s the purpose of the following pages, not only to discuss these greater powers and possibilities in man, but likewise to present practical techniques through which they might be applied.

And it’s the purpose of the following pages to encourage as many individuals as possible to study and apply these greater powers inside them so that they might not only become greater and richer and more worthy as people, but may likewise become the forerunners of that higher and more fantastic race of which we all have so fondly dreamed.

Chapter 1:

The Dominating Rationale


Call yourself to be so strong that nothing may interrupt your peace of mind. To talk health, happiness and prosperity to each individual you meet. To make all your acquaintances feel that there’s something in them.

To view the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true. To believe only the best, to work only for the best, and to anticipate only the best. To be even as enthusiastic about the success of other people as you are about your own. To blank out the errors of the past and push on to the greater achievements of the future.

To wear an upbeat countenance at all times and provide every living creature you meet a smile. To present so much time to the betterment of yourself that you’ve no time to knock others. To be too big for worry, too noble for rage, too strong for dread; and too happy to allow the presence of trouble.

To think well of yourself and to exclaim this fact to the world, not in loud words but in good deeds. To live in the faith that the whole world is on your side so long as you’re true to the best that’s in you.

What We Think

The purpose of the accompanying pages will be to analyze the whole nature of man, find all the forces in his possession, whether they be evident or hidden, alive or dormant, and to present

techniques through which all those forces may be applied in making the life of every person richer, greater and better. To make each phase of this work as useful as possible to the highest number possible, not one statement will be made that all can’t understand, and not one idea will be presented that anybody can’t apply to daily life.

We all wish to know what we really possess both in the physical, the mental and the spiritual, and we wish to understand how the elements and forces inside us may be applied in the most successful manner. Its results in practical life that we wish, and we’re not true to the race or ourselves till we learn to utilize the powers inside us so effectively, that the greatest results possible inside the possibilities of human nature are assured.

The issue before us is to understand what is in us and how to utilize what is in us. If we only knew how to utilize these powers, we could achieve practically anything that we might have in sight, and not only realize our wishes to the fullest degree, but likewise reach even our

greatest goal. Though this might seem to be a strong statement, all the same, we’re compelled to admit that it’s true even in its fullest sense, and not one person may fail to realize his wants and reach his goal, after he has learned how to utilize the powers that are in him.

The more we study the lives of individuals who have achieved, and the more we study our own experience daily, the more positive we become that there’s no reason whatever why any person shouldn’t realize all his aspirations and much more.

We have to know what we are, before we may know and utilize what we in inherently possess. Man is compiled of ego, consciousness and form. Man is body, mind and soul. Man is compiled of individuality and personality.

Before we pass to the more pragmatic side of the subject, we shall find it profitable to have a look at briefly these assorted ideas concerning the nature of man. When the average individual employs the term “ego,” he thinks that he’s dealing with something that’s concealed so deeply in the abstract that it may make little difference whether we understand it or not.

This, however isn’t true, because it’s the ego that must act before any process may take place anywhere in the human system, and it’s the ego that has to originate the new before any advance may be taken. Additionally, it’s exceedingly crucial to realize that the power of will to control the forces we have, depends directly on how fully conscious we are of the ego as the ruling principle inside us. It’s utterly essential to associate all thought, all, feeling and all actions of mind or personality with the ego.

The opening move in this connection, is to realize “the ego” in everything you do, and to think always of “the ego”, as being you — the supreme you. If you think, realize that it’s “the ego” that originated the thought. Whenever you act, recognize that it’s “the ego” that gives initiative to that action, and whenever you think of yourself or attempt to be conscious of yourself, recognize that “the ego” occupies the throne of your entire field of consciousness.

A different crucial essential is to affirm silently in your own mind that you’re “the ego”. And as you affirm this think of “the ego” as being the ruling principle in your whole world, as being distinct and above and superior to all else in your being, and as being you, yourself, in the highest, largest, and most comprehensive sense.

You thus lift yourself up, as it were, to the mountaintop of masterful individuality; you enthrone yourself; you become true to yourself; you place yourself where you belong. Through this practice, you not only discover yourself to be the master of your whole life, but you advance all your conscious actions to that lofty state in your consciousness.

If you want to control and direct the forces you possess, you have to act from the throne of your being, or put differently, from that conscious point in your mental world wherein all power of command, direction and initiative proceeds. You have to act, not as a body, not as a personality, not as a, mind, but as “the ego”.

When we have a look at the mind of the average individual, we find that they commonly identify themselves with mind or body. They think either that they’re body or that they’re mind, and therefore they may control neither mind nor body.

“The ego” in their nature is submerged in a bunch of ideas, some of which are true and some of which are not, and their thought is commonly controlled by those ideas without getting any direction from that principle inside them that alone was intended to give direction.

A different technique that is highly important in this connection is to take a few minutes daily and try to feel that you — “the ego” — are not only above mind and body, but in a certain sense, distinct from mind and body. This practice will give you what might be termed a perfect consciousness. Accordingly, all your mental actions will, from that time on, come directly from “the ego”; and if you’ll continue to stand above all such actions at all times, you’ll be able to control them and direct them totally.

When “the ego” looks out upon life we have simple consciousness. When “the ego” looks on its own position in life we have self-consciousness, and when “the ego” looks up into the vastness of real life we have cosmic consciousness.

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