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Driving Power of Thought

Warren Hilton

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .All bodily activity is caused, controlled and directed by the mind.

III. The mind is the instrument you [Pg 5] must employ for the accomplishment of any purpose.

The Two Types of Thought

You have learned that the fundamental processes of the mind are the Sense-Perceptive Process and the Judicial Process.

So far you have considered only the former—that is to say, sense-impressions and our perception of them. You have learned through an analysis of this process that the environment that prescribes your conduct and defines your career is wholly mental, the product of your own selective attention, and that it is capable of such deliberate molding and adjustment by you as will best promote your interests.

But the mere perception of sense-impressions, though a fundamental part [Pg 6] of our mental life, is by no means the whole of it. The mind is also able to look at these perceptions, to assign them a meaning and to. . . Read More

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The book began to be interesting from the psychological tests it was revealing each page.

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