There are certain words or pictures which impress the subconscious mind.
For example: A man called asking me to speak the word for his right work.
I gave him the statement: "Behold I have set before thee the open door of destiny and no man shall shut it!"
It didn't seem to make much impression, so I was inspired to add: "And no man shall shut it for it is nailed back!"
The man was electrified and went out walking on air. Within a few weeks he was called to a distant city to fill a wonderful position which came about in a miraculous way.
I give another example of a woman who fearlessly followed a "hunch."
She was working for a small salary when she read my book, The Game of Life and How to Play It. The thought came in a flash, to start in business for herself and open a Tearoom and Candy Shop.
The idea staggered her at first, but it persisted, so she boldly went forth and procured a shop and assistants.
She "spoke the word for supply," for she did not have money to back her enterprise. It came in miraculous ways, and the shop opened!
From the first day it was filled with people, and now it is "crammed jammed"; they stand stand in line and wait.
One day, being a holiday, her assistants became gloomy and said they could not expect to do much business. My student, however, replied that God was her supply and every day was a good day.
In the afternoon an old friend came in to see the shop and bought a two pound box of candy. He gave her a check and when she looked at it she found it was for a hundred dollars. So it was indeed a good day! One hundred dollars for a box of candy!
She says every morning she enters the shop with wonder and gives thanks that she had the fearless faith that wins ���y�
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