How do you find more FrWinning Your Infinite Future - Complete Series 2006-2011eedom in your life?

It’s not that difficult, but you can’t expect politics or government to really help you with it.

Because it’s an ability you already have. Really.

This book is a collection of blog essays from 2006-2011, following one person’s work to re-discover the route anyone could take in order to get the exact amount of real Freedom they want in their life.

Sure, it takes some work. But at least one of the many paths that go there is laid out. With all the links to materials and programs so you can check it all out for yourself.

In these 5 years of study, Dr. Robert C. Worstell has spent his time and energy to uncover the secrets people have been looking for most of their lives:

  • How to get real control over your own life – or escape control of others.
  • Why needing the approval of others is just another trap – and what you can do about it today.
    Escaping the security traps which other people are setting for you.
  • Finding how you can join the group of successful, happy people who are that way regardless of the government or anyone else.
  • How to regain any ability you want – by releasing your own native talents.

This isn’t some sort of special or secret practice you have to follow. These linked studies have been around since the 50’s or earlier – proven effective by university studies and so on.

The books mentioned have been bestsellers and continue to sell after their authors were long gone – so their effectiveness is well known. (Plus, they are all guaranteed by their sellers – so you have nothing to lose by reading them.)

If you really want more freedom in your life, you’ll want to check out this book and follow the links.

Yes, it’s a long read. But you can see the 5 years of study all in one book – and get through it anyway you want.

Your freedom is more important than probably anything else. And Happiness will follow, as well as your own abundant lifestyle and improved health.

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The Story of Henry Ford by Rose Lane, Samuel CrowtherFEW PEOPLE have had the transformative success as Henry Ford of Dearborn Michigan, USA.

While his life-story transformed the nation and the world, the effects on its author are less understood.

The purpose of this book is to explore his story as an additional study to Napoleon Hill’s bestselling “Think and Grow Rich.” In Hill’s book, few individuals in it have more anecdotes used as examples than Ford – excepting Thomas Edison himself (who gave Ford an early boost in one of his companies.)

In most days, people are challenged by their environment. They can rise to the challenge, or succumb to it. A rare few among them can see opportunity and seize it – creating a new world from a unique and unstoppable vision they hold.

That Hill interviewed Ford as part of the 500 industry leaders Andrew Carnegie introduced him to, that Ford was more influential than many of the others on young Hill, and that Ford left behind a record of his life so others could follow – these brought about this book for you to now read.

Ford had many biographies written about him. Selected here are his own, and one he told to Rose Wilder Lane.  In this way, we know that the reported facts are close to reality.

The use of biographies in general are to allow an individual to compare their own life with that of someone else – usually someone admired, or outstanding – in order to find points to improve in your own life.

With Ford, we can also gain more insight into his philosophy of achievement, and how this affected Hill in his own studies.

Even today, Ford’s ideals have a great deal to say about how we can approach our own life.

It is up to us how we want to use these inspirational and motivational points.

And now, it’s over to you.

(From the Forward)

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The Will to Believe by William James

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The Will to Believe by William JamesHow and What You Believe is Your Choice, and Your Success

I have long defended to my own students the lawfulness of voluntarily adopted faith; but as soon as they have got well imbued with the logical spirit, they have as a rule refused to admit my contention to be lawful philosophically, even though in point of fact they were personally all the time chock-full of some faith or other themselves.

I am all the while, however, so profoundly convinced that my own position is correct, that your invitation has seemed to me a good occasion to make my statements more clear. Perhaps your minds will be more open than those with which I have hitherto had to deal.

I will be as little technical as I can, though I must begin by setting up some technical distinctions that will help us in the end.

(From the Forward)

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The Will to Believe - And Other Essays in Popular PhilosophyHow What You Believe and Your Faith Create Your World

Something is always mere fact and givenness; and there may be in the whole universe no one point of view extant from which this would not be found to be the case. “Reason,” as a gifted writer says, “is  but one item in the mystery; and behind the proudest consciousness that ever reigned, reason and wonder blushed face to face. The inevitable stales, while doubt and hope are sisters. Not unfortunately the universe is wild,—game-flavored as a hawk’s wing. Nature is miracle all; the same returns not save to bring the different. The slow round of the engraver’s lathe gains but the breadth of a hair, but the difference is distributed back over the whole curve, never an instant true,—ever not quite.”

The first four essays are largely concerned with defending the legitimacy of religious faith. To some rationalizing readers such advocacy will seem a sad misuse of one’s professional position. Mankind, they will say, is only too prone to follow faith unreasoningly, and needs no preaching nor encouragement in that direction. I quite agree that what mankind at large most lacks is criticism and caution, not faith. Its cardinal weakness is to let belief follow recklessly upon lively conception, especially when the conception has instinctive liking at its back. I admit, then, that were I addressing the Salvation Army or a miscellaneous popular crowd it would be a misuse of opportunity to preach the liberty of believing as I have in these pages preached it. What such audiences most need is that their faiths should be broken up and ventilated, that the northwest wind of science should get into them and blow their sickliness and barbarism away.

After all, though, you will say, Why such an ado about a matter concerning which, however we may theoretically differ, we all practically agree? In this age of toleration, no scientist will ever try actively to interfere with our religious faith, provided we enjoy it quietly with our friends and do not make a public nuisance of it in the market-place. But it is just on this matter of the market-place that I think the utility of such essays as mine may turn. If  religious hypotheses about the universe be in order at all, then the active faiths of individuals in them, freely expressing themselves in life, are the experimental tests by which they are verified, and the only means by which their truth or falsehood can be wrought out. The truest scientific hypothesis is that which, as we say, ‘works’ best; and it can be no otherwise with religious hypotheses.

Religious history proves that one hypothesis after another has worked ill, has crumbled at contact with a widening knowledge of the world, and has lapsed from the minds of men. Some articles of faith, however, have maintained themselves through every vicissitude, and possess even more vitality to-day than ever before: it is for the ‘science of religions’ to tell us just which hypotheses these are. Meanwhile the freest competition of the various faiths with one another, and their openest application to life by their several champions, are the most favorable conditions under which the survival of the fittest can proceed.

They ought therefore not to lie hid each under its bushel, indulged-in quietly with friends. They ought to live in publicity, vying with each other; and it seems to me that (the régime of tolerance once granted, and a fair field shown) the scientist has nothing to fear for his own interests from the liveliest possible state of fermentation in the religious world of his time. Those faiths will best stand the test which adopt also his hypotheses, and make them integral elements of their own. He should welcome therefore every species of religious agitation and discussion, so long as he is willing to allow that some religious hypothesis may be  true.

(From the Preface.)

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What Jesus Really Said by Dr. Robert C. WorstellThis started out from the need for a clear guidebook to Gospel.

I needed a study guide to clear out all interpretations of Jesus’ actual words – as near as we can determine from the remaining fragments discovered only in this last century.

The largest problem in studying this great philosopher’s work is separating what was actually said from all the interpretations which came later. It didn’t help that Jesus or Nazareth was never a writer. All these stories were passed down for several generations before ever committed to parchment.

We are in luck in this, is that there are certain sayings attributed to Jesus which have survived in remarkably similar form. So the studies began at this point – commonalities of attributed sayings.

First, I took the “Q” Gospel as one source, since this was seen as a single (if missing) source which was common to our New Testament authors. This lacks all the narratives and details added later, and contains basically the simple teachings Jesus left.

Second source along this line was found to be the Gospel of Thomas, as recently uncovered in the Nag Hammurabi files. This, too, is simply the sayings of Jesus – without narratives or added detail.
Why would I want to study these? Because by studying his exact words, as far as we can determine, I would be able to uncover more truth from these words and not have to weed out other interpretations.
Rather, I would be able to study these interpretations for what they were – and so see if I agreed or disagreed with those ideas. The first point was to boil what has been saved down to its essence.
And so, in the oldest traditions, I could see with my own insight.

Now I publish this for you and your use.

Good Hunting!

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TNT: It Rocks the Earth by Claude M. BristolHow This Author’s Success Saved His Business With “Mind Stuff.”

It was that period approaching the end of the second year of the great economic depression when hopefulness had almost vanished from business life, and everyone was overwhelmed with fear, that Mr. Claude M. Bristol, my close business associate of many years standing, astounded me by relating a most amazing experience in having found “that something” for which he had been searching many years.

As he revealed the truths which had come to him I, at first, was skeptical, but as he took me along with him, I, too, began to see the light which only stimulated my ambition for further knowledge of the theme of how to live powerfully by adopting that science which relates to the development of the human personality.

I realized that there was a great change for good coming over myself, and sensed the possibilities of what could be done if the members of our own organization put the author’s teachings into practice, and forthwith arrangements were made for him to talk to our entire staff. The immediate response of every member of our organization in demanding a copy — followed by the most remarkable transformation of individuals and organization, brought home the positive conviction to me that the message contained in his theme was exactly what the world most needed, and that a great service could be rendered by publishing same for general distribution.

In “T.N.T. — It Rocks the Earth,” you are told exactly how to acquire a wonderful secret, that Power, or whatever you wish to call it, which, when accepted and developed through a process of right thinking, creates a philosophy of life which sweeps away all obstacles and brings that which every human desires: success, happiness and contentment.

If it were not for the fact that I am intimately acquainted with the author I would pause to wonder where he acquired those facts and principles which he sets forth in his story, but suffice to say that I know that he knows what he is talking about, and he clearly outlines a system of mechanics which can be used by every one — irrespective of his or her walk in life.

Do exactly as he says, put his plan into operation—and I also promise you that almost over night you will be transformed and the things for which you have wished all your life will be yours.

Your fears, trials and tribulations will fade into the mists. The door of yesterday will be closed forever. A grand and glorious feeling will engulf you and you will smile, and when you do, the world will smile with you.

I know it. I believe it and it is so.

(From the Forward.)

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Thoughts Are Things - Secrets to the Law of AttractionJust when you thought you had the Law of Attraction mastered…

….you find someone who wrote before it was popular and “everybody knew”.

Prentice Mulford was ages ahead of his time. Factually, what he wrote in the 1800’s is still being discovered today:

“When we dread a misfortune, or live in fear of any ill, or expect ill luck, we make also a construction of unseen element, thought, – which, by the same law of attraction, draws to it destructive, and to you damaging, forces or elements. Thus the law for success is also the law for misfortune…”

When you read his philosophy, you see a man who tempered his writing with a great deal of hands-on “people study”. The advise you get here has been weighed against results. So it’s great stuff – and useful.

If you want the highly polished stuff that hypes your world, this author isn’t for you. But if you want the pitch straight, with no curves – then Mumford is the way to get the straight bottom line.

(Also contains the complete text of “The God In You”.)

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