THINKING FOR RESULTS உதவிக் குறிப்புகள்! – 3 (Post No.7401)


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Post No.7401

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கடந்த நாற்பது வருடங்களுக்கும் மேலாக நான் படித்து வந்த பல நல்ல புத்தகங்களில் முக்கிய பகுதிகளை ஒரு நோட்புக்கில் தனியே எழுதி வைத்துக் கொள்வது என் பழக்கம். அவற்றில் சில குறிப்புகளை இங்கே தொடர்ந்து பார்க்கலாம்.


குறிப்பு எண் 4 :

From the book : Thinking For Results

By Christian D.Larson  (1912)

P 1 First Para

That man can change himself, improve himself, recreate himself, control his environment and master his own destiny is the conclusion of every mind who is wide-awake to the power of right thought in constructive action. In fact, it is the conviction of all such minds that man can do practically anything within the possibilities of the human domain when he knows how to think, and that he can secure almost any result desired when he learns how to think for results.

P 11

To think according to the laws of growth and to think for a definite purpose – this is the foundation of scientific thinking.

P 15

Peace of mind comes most quickly when we do not try to be peaceful, but simply permit ourselves to be normal. To relax mind and body at frequent intervals will also aid remarkably, but the most important of all is the attainment of the consciousness of peace.

P 16

There is an absolute still centre in your own mind, and you can become conscious of that centre by turning your attention gently and frequently upon the serene within. This should be done several times a day and no matter how peaceful we may feel we should daily seek a still finer realization of this consciousness of peace. The result will be more power because peace conserves more energy.

P 20

The best way to cultivate the mental state of harmony is to adapt yourself consciously to everything and everybody that you meet. Never resist or antagonize anything nor hold yourself aloof from anybody. Wherever you are aim to look for the agreeable side of things and try to act with everything while in that attitude. After a while you will find it an easy matter to meet all things and all persons in their world, and when you can do this you can unite with them in securing results that neither side could have secured alone.

P 23

Adapt yourself to everything and everybody with a view of securing united action for greater good. You will thus continue in perfect harmony, and you will cause every action that may result from your efforts in work directly for the production of the results you have in view.

எனது குறிப்பு :

கிறிஸ்டியன் டி லார்ஸன் (1866 – 1955) அமெரிக்காவில் நியூ தாட் (New Thought) என்ற இயக்கத்தின் நிறுவனர் மற்றும் தலைவர். பல இடங்களிலும் தொடர்ந்து சொற்பொழிவுகளை ஆற்றியவர். நூறு வருடங்கள் கழிந்த பின்னும் இன்றும் இவரது புத்தகங்கள் அச்சிடப்படுகின்றனர்.

இவரது புத்தகங்கள் படிக்கப்பட வேண்டியவை : புத்தகப் பட்டியல் இதோ:

  • The Great Within (1907)
  • Mastery of Fate (1907)
  • How To Stay Young (1908)
  • On the Heights (1908)
  • The Ideal Made Real or Applied Metaphysics for Beginners (1909)
  • Perfect Health (1910)
  • Your Forces and How to Use Them (1910)
  • Demons (A short dramatic monologue)(1911)
  • Business Psychology (1912)
  • How to remain well (1912)
  • Just be Glad” (1912)
  • Mastery of Self (1912)
  • The Mind Cure” (1912)
  • Thinking for Results” (1912)
  • What is Truth” (1912)
  • How the mind works” (1912)
  • The Pathway of Roses (1913)
  • Brains and How to Get Them (1913)
  • Nothing Succeeds Like Success (1916)
  • What Right Thinking Will Do (1916)
  • Healing Yourself(1918)
  • Concentration(1920)
  • Arthur Dimmesdale



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