Originally published in 1918, How to Make Money: Three Lectures on "The Laws of Financial Success" by B. F. Austin gives three lessons containing "The Kernel" of all New Thought teaching on MONEY MAKING.
The purpose of these lessons is to raise the mental and spiritual vibrations of the student – to inspire hope, faith, courage -- to awaken larger thought within the mind, inspire greater plans and purposes and awaken the dormant energy in the life -- to fire the enthusiasm and call into active service hidden talent which the student, possibly, does not dream at his present stage of unfoldment, he possesses.
In short our purpose is to awaken men from mental slumber, show the unlimited resources in human nature, the unseen yet open doors to mental wealth first, then as a natural sequence to wealth in material conditions, and thus enlarge and ennoble the life as well as add to its material expressions.
The purpose of the true teacher -- who is ever the true physician as well -- must always be the "more abundant life" of which the Nazarene spoke and taught. To disclose that life, abounding life, in all its fullness and beauty and point out the laws by which it is gained, with wealth as a natural sequence, is the purpose of the three lessons on which we are entering.
About the author -- Excerpt from the Wikipedia:
Benjamin Fish Austin (1850 - 1933) was a nineteenth century Canadian educator, Methodist Minister, and Spiritualist. He served as the principal of Alma College girl school from 1881 to 1897 during which time that institution was regarded as one of the most prestigious centers of female education in Canada. B. F. Austin served the Methodist Church for many years as an educator and minister but was expelled from that organization in 1899 for being a proponent of the Spiritualist movement. He went on to become a renowned Spiritualist in Canada and the United States, publishing many books and editing the Rochester and later Los Angeles-based Spiritualist magazine Reason.
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