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How to Develop Will-Power | by Charles Godfrey Leland (Hans Breitmann)



Have You A Strong Will? OR How to Develope Will-power, or any other Faculty or Attribute of the Mind, and render it habitual by the easy process of Self-Hypnotism.

TitleHow to Develop Will-Power
AuthorCharles Godfrey Leland (Hans Breitmann)
PublisherGeorge Redway
Year1899
Copyright1899, George Redway
AmazonHave You a Strong Will?

By Charles Godfrey Leland, (Hans Breitmann), Author of "Gypsy Sorcery and Fortune Telling" etc, etc.

-Preface
During the past few years the most serious part of the author's study and reflection has been devoted to the subjects discussed in this book. These, briefly stated, are as follows: - Firstly, that all...
-Introduction
Unto many Fortune comes while sleeping. - Latin Proverb. Few know what is really going on in the world. - American Proverb. It is but a few years since it suddenly struck the gay world of co...
-Chapter I. How To Awaken Attention And Create Interest As Preparatory To Developing The Will
To the fairies, Determination and Good-Will, all things are possible, - The Man of the Family, by C. Reid. It happened recently to me, as I write, to see one afternoon lying in the side walk in t...
-How To Awaken Attention And Create Interest As Preparatory To Developing The Will. Part 2
Mere repetition of anything to almost anybody, will produce remarkable results; or a kind of Hypnotism causing the patient to yield to what becomes an irresistible power. Thus it is said that perpetua...
-How To Awaken Attention And Create Interest As A Preparation To Developing The Will. Part 3
Interest in something is within the easy reach of all. I have dwelt on this subject that the reader may be induced to reflect on the fact, firstly, that if he wishes to learn how to develop his Wil...
-Chapter II. Marvellous Faculties Or Powers Latent In Man. Mesmerism, Hypnotism, And What Can Be Done By Means Of It
In thy soul as in a sleep, Gods or fiends are hidden deep, Awful forms of mystery, And spirits, all unknown to thee: Guard with prayer, and heed with care, Ere thou wak'st them from their lair 1 ...
-Self Or Auto-Hypnotism. How To Put It In Practice, And Its Results, With The Benefits Which May Be Debited From It. Continued
I had read in works on hypnotism of an endless number of experiments, how patients were made to believe that they were monkeys or madmen, or umbrellas, or criminals, women or men, a volonte, but in fe...
-Chapter III. Pomponatius, Gassner, And Paracelsus. Observations On Strengthening Or Developing The Will
Ce domaine de la Suggestion est immense. Iln'yapas un seal fait de notre vie mentale qui ne puiase etre reproduit et exagere' artificiellement par ce moyen. - Binet et Frtre, Le Magnetiame Animal. ...
-Pomponatius, Gassner, And Paracelsus. Observations On Strengthening Or Developing The Will. Part 2
* For a fall account of the Faith Core consult Christian Science Healing, by Francis Lord, in which much may be found which is interesting. It is published by George Redway, 9, Hart Street, Bloomsbu...
-Of The Importance Of Following The Simplest And Easiest Methods, The Various States Of Mind, Medical Cures And Benefits Which May Be Realized By Auto-Hypnotism. Part 3
This acting or working two thoughts at once, may be difficult for some readers to understand, though all writers on the brain illustrate it. It may be formulated thus: I wish to remember to-morrow at...
-The Various States Of Mind, Medical Cures And Benefits Which May Be Realized By Auto-Hypnotism. The Making Cures Permanent. Part 4
One can will to remember or recall anything forgotten. I will not be responsible that this will invariably succeed at the first time, but that it does often follow continued determination, I know from...
-Chapter IV. Forethought, The Mighty Power Latent In All Minds. Forethought As An Impulse As Well As Previous Reflection.
Post fata resurgo. What is forethought may sleep - 'tis very plain, But rest assured that it will rise again. Forethought is plan inspired by an absolute Will to carry it out It may ha...
-Forethought, The Mighty Power Latent In All Minds. Forethought As An Impulse As Well As Previous Reflection. Part 2
Therefore, Forethought means a great deal more, as here employed, than seeing in advance, or deliberate prudence - it rather implies, like divination or foreknowledge, sagacity and mental action as we...
-Forethought, The Mighty Power Latent In All Minds. Part 3
And here we touch upon the Materialization of Thought, which conception loses a part of the absurdity with which Spiritualists and Occultists have invested it, if we regard all Nature as one substance...
-Chapter V. Corrupt Will. Will Based on Want of Principle, or Moral Defect, also on Control of the Nerves or mere Stubbornness. Free Will the highest Moral Power. Danger of Perverting the Will to unworthy purpose. Formulas or Prayers to guide the mind in making resolves
And I have felt A Presence that disturbs me with the joy Of elevated thoughts; a sense sublime Of something far more deeply interposed. Whose dwelling is .... all in the mind of man; A motion and a s...
-Corrupt Will. Will Based on Want of Principle, or Moral Defect, also on Control of the Nerves or mere Stubbornness. Free Will the highest Moral Power. Danger of Perverting the Will to unworthy purpose. Formulas or Prayers to guide the mind in making resolves. Continued
All of this has been repeated very often of late years by Altruists; but, while the doctrine is accepted both by Agnostics and Christians as perfect, there has been little done to show men how to prac...
-Chapter VI. Instinct Similar To The Action Of The Mind Inspired By Suggestion. Instinct The Action Ob Working According To Law Or Tradition. Greek Art Par More Instinctive Than Self-Conscious. Instinctive Law In All Primitive Creations And In All Suggestiveness
Anima non nascitur Bed fit, at ait. - Tertullianus. Post quam loquuti ramus do anima rationali, intellectuali (immortali) et quia ad iuferiores descendimus jam gradus animae, scilicet animae mor...
-Instinct Similar To The Action Of The Mind Inspired By Suggestion. Instinct The Action Ob Working According To Law Or Tradition. Greek Art Par More Instinctive Than Self-Conscious. Instinctive Law In All Primitive Creations And In All Suggestiveness. Continued
The tides of Music's golden sea Setting towards Eternity, results from a development of Instinct, or an intuitive perception of the Beautiful' such as Wordsworth believed existed in all things which...
-Chapter VII. That there are only two possible methods of developing memory, the Associative and the Direct, by means. of Will. The Artes Memorandi of old time. The process of developing Memory hypnotically. Illustrations of Memory. The System in Education
'Twas wisely said by Plato, when he called Memory the mother of the Intellect, For knowledge is to wisdom what his realm Is to a monarch - that o'er which he roles; And he who hath the Will can ever...
-That there are only two possible methods of developing memory, the Associative and the Direct, by means. of Will. The Artes Memorandi of old time. The process of developing Memory hypnotically. Illustrations of Memory. The System in Education. Continued
That previous to the invention of printing, it was usual for students to get their text-books by heart. Thus in India, according to Max Muller, the entire text and glosses of Panini's Sanskrit grammar...
-Chapter VIII. The Action Of The Will And Hypnotism On The Constructive Faculties. The connection of Manual Skill with Quickness of Perception and Intellect. School Experiences. Design and its Application. How to facilitate Invention in Art
He who hath learned a single art, Can thrive, I ween, in any part. - German Proverb. He would have taught yon how yon might employ Yourself; and many did to him repair, And. certes, not in va...
-Chapter IX. Exercises Allied To Fascination. Recalling Scenes Which Exercise A Peculiar Charm On Memory. Fascination Of Others, As In Love. The Voice. Vocal Fascination
Quaerit Franciscus Valesius, Delrio, Gutierrus et alii, undo vulgaris illa fascini nata sit opinio de oculo fascinante visione et ore faeoinando laudando. - De Fascinatione Fatatus. a.d. 1677. ...
-Exercises Allied To Fascination. Recalling Scenes Which Exercise A Peculiar Charm On Memory. Part 2
When I reflect on what I once endured from this cause, and how greatly it could have been relieved or alleviated, I feel as if I could beg, with all my heart, every student or teacher of youth to seri...
-Recalling Scenes Which Exercise A Peculiar Charm On Memory. Fascination Of Others, As In Love. The Voice. Vocal Fascination. Part 3
I read lately, in a French novel, a description of a young lady, by herself, in which she assumed to have within her two souls, one good, of which she evidently thought very little, and another, brill...
-Fascination Of Others, As In Love. The Voice. Vocal Fascination. Part 4
But that there are minds who have simply advanced in knowledge beyond the multitude in certain things which cannot at once be made common property is true, for there is a great deal of marvellous trut...
-Fascination Of Others. The Voice. Vocal Fascination. Part 5
Love or trusting sympathy from any human being, however humble, is the most charming thing in life, and it ought to be the main object of existence. Yet there are thousands all round us, yes, many amo...
-Chapter X. Telepathy, And The Subliminal Self
While the previous pages of this work were in the press, I received and read a very interesting and able book, entitled, Telepathy and the Subliminal Self, or an account of recent investigations rega...
-Telepathy, And The Subliminal Self. Part 2
Happiness in the main is a pleasant, contented condition of the mind; that is to say, a state of mind. To be perfect, as appears from an enlarged study of all things or phenomena in their relations ...
-Telepathy, And The Subliminal Self. Part 3
Now there are many men who are not so bad in themselves in reality, but who are so haunted by evil thoughts, impulses, and desires, that they, being taught by the absurd old heathenish psychology that...
-Last Words
By carrying calves Milo, 'tis said, grew strong, Until with ease he bore a boll along. It is, I believe, unquestionable that, if he ever lived, a man who had attained to absolute control over his...
-Psychic Literature Published By George Redway
Miracles And Modern Spiritualism Three Essays. By Alfred Russel Wallace, D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S. New and Revised Edition, with Chapters on Phantasms and Apparitions. 5s. net. Animal Magnetism Or M...









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