The Mind

The world is a wonderful place and our mind is the way for us to enjoy it. Contrary to what many believe, life is not difficult by default. It’s a thing to be enjoyed and the mind is our tool to do so. Taking care of the mind is therefore a fundamental thing in everyone’s work towards a happier and more fulfilling life.

As the mind is our way to experience life, it’s also the way for us to express our self to life. The mind is therefore a multipurpose tool. But it’s also the guardian of our subconscious and as such a fundamental tool for the betterment of our life.

The Body

The body is what makes it possible for us to experience our life here on earth. It’s therefore fundamental that we take care of our body, or at least show it the respect that it deserves.

Each and every one of us is made up of three different, but still connected aspects. The body, mind and soul. These three aspects are all equally important, one not being more important than the other.

True Wealth

True wealth is something most of us seek, but few of us really know what is. True wealth does include money, for those who wondered. But money is only one ingredient and not even a major one at that.

Then what is true wealth and how do we acquire it? The answer is not difficult, but it's an answer that many people find difficult to accept. The answer does not include a bunch of money. The money factor in true wealth is only minimal in the complete picture.

To be able to see the full picture and thus realize what true wealth is, you have to know few things before.

The New Thought Movement

The New Thought movement, not to be confused with the New Age Movement, originated in the United States in the 19th century. Based on religious and metaphysical ideas, the New Thought Movement has formed into various groups that are difficult to describe because of their diversity. In essence, the movement focuses largely on approaching life in a spiritual way.

Charles F. Haanel

Charles F. Haanel

Charles F. Haanel (May 22 1866 - November 27 1949) was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan his family being of Swedish origin. Little is known of his early years, but he is known to have worked for the National Enameling & Stamping Company in St. Louis for 15 years, before setting out as a businessman and writer. Charles F. Haanel became a prominent businessman in St. Louis and took part in many ventures. He also became a Freemason and a member of various associations

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