Nearly a century ago, journalist Napoleon Hill studied over 500 self-made millionaires, including Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, and Charles M. Schwab. His interviews and research culminated in the 1937 bestseller, “Think and Grow Rich.”
All of his books are still widely read today and the principles he wrote about still apply. His quotes, full of wisdom and encouragement appear today in many different collections.
Napoleon Hill observed the successful actions of self-made millionaires and his quotes are a summary of observations which a successful person can emulate. They describe what a successful person does but do not cover WHY these observations are true. Napoleon suggests that you are the master of your fate and being positive is what is required for success.
His quote, “A positive mind finds a way it can be done; A negative mind looks for all the ways it can’t be done” is absolutely correct but omits any mention of the fact that many spirits are contributing to your positive and negative thoughts. Using Spiritual Rescue Technology (SRT), a person can locate a source of negative thoughts and banish that source forever. If there are many sources of negative thoughts, an SRT user can locate and handle as many as are required to get the job done.
You can think of Napoleon Hill’s quotes as a shorthand for maintaining success and SRT as a toolkit for converting defeat and despair into success. SRT takes some study to understand the full power of the spiritual realm and its effect on human affairs, but it can bring spirits from near death back into full power. Napoleon Hill’s quotes are more of a checklist to make sure you are still doing things right. They will not necessarily help you when you cannot even voice them confidently.
We all can use motivational quotes and Napoleon’s quotes are among the best for ensuring continuing success. We also need the spiritual technology underlying SRT to rescue ourselves from actions that involve other people and other lifetimes. We have not screwed up enough this lifetime to be complete failures. But when we add in our failures in other lifetimes and the many failures of our spiritual companions, we are walking recipes for disaster.
To put it bluntly, our invisible spiritual companions have failed so many times they no longer can pick up bodies and are relegated to riding along with us and sharing our lives as vocal spectators. They are no longer fit to animate a body and drive it, but they retain enough life force to give us advice on what they do and don’t like. The small voices in your head are not imaginary, they come from the beings who have decided to tag along with you and help or hinder you in their own way.
If you wish to learn more about these spirits read my book Talking To Spirits, available on Amazon.com. It will give you the information you need to take control of your life and manage your future.