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MKMMA Week-18 Aladdins Lamp- Is Within Each of Us

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imagesCAX3BXDPWhat we are today comes from our thoughts of  yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life of tomorrow: Our life is the creation of our mind.

This week we are told that Aladdins Lamp is within each of us – our thoughts and our wishes. We have learned that the power of thought is the key to creating our reality. Everything we perceive in the physical world has its origin in the invisible, inner world of our thoughts and beliefs. To become the master of our destiny, we must learn to control the nature of our dominant, habitual thoughts. By doing so, we will be able to attract into our lives that which we all intend to have and experience as we come to know the Truth that our thoughts create our reality.

For Every Outside Effect There is an Inner Cause!

Every effect we see in our outside or physical world has a specific cause which has its origin in our inner or mental world. This is the essence of thought power. Put another way, the conditions and circumstances of our life are as a result of our collective thoughts and beliefs. As Haanel teaches us in the Master Key lessons that every aspect of our lives, from the state of our finances to the state of our health and our relationships, is accurately revealing our thoughts and our beliefs.

“circumstances do not make a man, they reveal him”.

James Allen

The following words of Siddhartha Gautama Buddha perfectly capture the essence of thought power:
“All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.”  thoughts - destiny

Oh, had I but Aladdin’s lamp,
If only for a day,
I’d try to find a link to bind
The joys that pass away.

I’d try to bring an angel’s wing    CircumstancesdontmatteronlymystateofBeingmattersBMagnolia
Upon this earth again,
And build true worth a home on earth,
A home beloved by men.

It should be May, and always May,
I’d wreath the world with flowers;
I’d robe the barren wilderness,
And bring life happy hours.

I’d soothe the lorn and desolate:
Increase the widow’s store;               Aladdin-Lamp
And industry should wear a smile,
It never wore before.

Where’re there were unhappiness,
I’d use my magic sway,
And none should be in poverty,
Or dread the coming day.

It should be May and always May,
I’d wreath the world with flowers;
I’d robe the barren wilderness,
And bring life happy hours.

“This deservedly popular song created a great sensation in this city, when introduced to the Glasgow Public by the admirable singer, Mr Plumpton, then one of the company of our Shakespeare Saloon.— It contains noble sentiments, and generous thoughts, alike honorable to the author, and worthy of the man. Copies can only be had in the Poet’s Box, No. 6 St.       Saturday Morning , January 26, 1856.”