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Frank Channing Haddock - Psychic Demand - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Self growth and self help. Mastery of Self for Wealth Power Success by Frank Channing Haddock . Those of you who want to download any Etext before announcement can get to them as follows .. Fourthly--The supreme importance of PSYCHIC RIGHTEOUSNESS. . The silent, persistent demand of the self upon the Universal Magnetism makes . By FRANK CHANNING HADDOCK, M.S., PH.D. Power of Will exercises demand utmost attention of mind to musical notes, their effects upon the ear, and the.
He has a clean, worth-while, humanity-helping proposition. His explanation was to this effect: "I have learned to use Psychic Demand to make my future ready for me as I catch up to it. Psychic Dem and enables me to have ready, on the road ahead of me, the things I want as I pass through this life. As the years roll by, I simply reach down and pick up what I have mentally demanded months and years before. People laugh at the idea, I suppose. All right, that's their affair. The current of eventsthe law of attractionthe very wealth-forces of nature are being commanded by my subconscious self to make REAL that picture, that demand for one million dollars.
In all of his many careers, he used his most analytical and inventive mind. Everything he touched was affected most constructively with his ingenuity and curiosity.
He later became editor-in-chief of the Detroit Daily Union. In , he became Washington correspondent of a national syndicate - a post he held until offered a position on the examining corps of the United States Patent Office in This position was a "natural" for Dr.
Hudson with his inquiring and open mind and his own penchant for invention. He remained with the Patent Office for thirteen years, rising to the position of Principal Examiner and in charge of one of the scientific divisions of that office. Hudson famous throughout the English-speaking world. As one of his biographers has stated: "Without violence to the truth it may be said that one morning, in , Dr. Hudson awoke to find himself famous throughout the English-speaking world.
Hudson spent the remainder of his life in pursuing his study into the "true nature of man" with particular emphasis on the extra-sensory powers of man as manifested through psychic phenomena.
He wrote a number of other outstanding books dealing with this subject prior to his death in Hudson received an LL. John's College and a Ph. Any reference to Dr. Hudson's work should concern his objectives. He was adamant about why psychic phenomena should be of interest to man. To use his own words: "Jesus, who was master of the science of the soul, drew the line, on strictly scientific principles when he proclaimed the law that belief - faith - was the essential prerequisite to the attainment of immortal life.
Faith, in the sense in which Jesus employed the term means much more than belief, although the latter is included in the term. Faith in the psychic sense and that is the sense in which Jesus employed it, is conscious potentiality. It is a power; it is the power of the soul.
All psychic phenomena demonstrate that proposition. Without it there can be no psychic phenomena beyond the exercise of the purely animal instinct. It is the creature of suggestion. Suggestion alone awakens it into existence, suggestion can utterly destroy it. Inasmuch as no suggestion of the possibility of immortal life can be conveyed through the embryotic soul of the brute, the conscious potentiality requisite to the sustentation of independent existence does not exist; and it obviously cannot exist in other than an intelligent being.
And this remark, according to the philosophy of Jesus, applies to all the brute creation, whether it is embodied in the form of animals or of man. He believed, and reiterated time after time, that the only reason to study the psychic aspects of man was to better comprehend the importance of developing the "spirit faculty" that exists within every man.
Hudson was able to let the creative force within him free itself; and because of that, all of us who are privileged to read his works are much the richer. Several other passages from Dr.
The consciousness of admiration for others, recognized by them, reacts with tremendous power to stimulate magnetic action. In the magnetic life, intake of power is correctly measured by output of power: inversely in waste, directly in intelligent expenditure. Magnetic effectiveness is proportioned to accuracy and fulness of adjustment,--to things, to laws, to forces, to times, to situations, to qualities, to facts, to truths, to persons,--and only studied experience can discover and establish such adjustment.
The problems of adjustment to persons are these: With inferiors, to put self magnetically, without appearance of condescension, on their levels for the end in view,--applying then the general principles of magnetism.
With SUPERIORS, to assume their level while magnetically deferring, without adulation or humility, to such superiority, regardless of its reality or unreality, for the end in view, applying the general principles of magnetism.
The magnetic value of adjustment expresses the force and completeness with which the individual can identify himself with another person, suggesting oneness through attitude, gesture, act, eye, tone, language, and telepathic sympathy. Magnetic skill exhibits in the manner in which beneficial reactions are received and utilized, negative or indifferent reactions are ostensibly ignored, yet constituted stimulation for further persistent magnetic action, and hostile reactions are refused, without ostentation, but with determination if worth while to "win out" through better adjustment and increased magnetic endeavor.
Magnetic success demands the direct attack when etheric harmony of "tone" is assured, but the indirect method otherwise; that is, such attack-methods as will secure that harmony. Success-Magnetism conquers the influence of deep-seated natural antipathies only by avoiding their causes.
The etheric life is unceasing reaction, and magnetism, therefore, demonstrates itself by squaring with every issue and making of every change and every defeat a new opportunity. It is an important to know when to open the circuit--that is, to cut off the current of magnetic force--as it is to know when to close the circuit--to pour forth magnetic influences. Concession becomes magnetic in its timeliness.
If premature or belated, it defeats magnetism. Magnetism enhances through beauty of personal surroundings,--in cleanliness, order, adornment, art, literature, music, and the like. Power of will is indispensable to magnetic power. The projection of magnetic influence proportions to inner, conscious intensity of psychic and nervous states. Exploding powder in the gun calls for the man behind the weapon, and the soul within the man, and powerful vibrations within the soul's arena, and magnetic intention within the vibrations, and psychic energy within the intention.
Magnetic power becomes effective precisely as mastery of self, in restraint and in handling, approaches perfection. The mask of magnetism achieves effectiveness when it covers personal states and purposes in a manner positively to attract, and in that manner alone.
Intense magnetic consciousness--without thought concerning it--secures, by its uplifting and stimulating influence, the greatest exaltation of personal powers when employed.
A deep and vital faith in the certainty of magnetic success renders all latent and developed magnetism dynamic, if that faith is thrown into action. In the application of magnetism to any task, intense, persistent demand upon the Universal Forces swings them directly into the effort.
The magnetic attitudes, faith, demand and affirmation, constitute a magnetic telescope through which the distant goal of success is magnified and all nearer obstacles, lures and irritating conditions are closed out of view.
Magnetism, through correct application to life, not only develops in the individual, but accumulates in his environment, and reacts beneficially without direct personal supervision.
The personal atmosphere exactly reflects the inner self, and it furnishes a perfect field for magnetic effectiveness only when the self and the body are clean and buoyantly healthy. In the subordination of physical to psychic magnetism, each finds its greatest effectiveness--according to the relative development of both orders. Long-continued association with some fixed, great and attractive idea sets into operation certain deep, subconscious operations of the soul, which, for a time unrecognized and unmanifest in life, gradually and surely coordinate all individual powers thereto, induce a working of the whole system in harmony therewith, and finally emerge in the objective life and consciousness as a unified, actual dynamic force.
The idea has swung the individual, has transformed him, has harmonized and intensified his faculties and his personal ether, has come to sovereignty in his personal atmosphere, and from there exerts a dynamic force upon other people and life's conditions.
This book has tried to saturate you with the idea of success coordinating with its necessary elements, and has thus endeavored to swing your whole being into mighty belief that large success is also for YOU. If you have rushed through the lessons, you have failed to give the above great law its full opportunity. If you have abided with the book, patiently, confidently, energetically, taking plenty of time to work over into your practical life its teachings and directions, you have invoked that law, and, soon or late, you will find yourself a new soul and successful, provided you do not nullify the law by dropping out of your career the practical use of the lessons herein given.
You are now invited to assemble with these laws those that have been previously stated, and to make them guiding principles for life. And you are finally urged to return to the first lesson and to repeat the work, greatly improved, through which you have passed.
If you cannot do this or choose not to do so , you should at least constitute this book a permanent companion. You will find, as you refer to it from time to time, that many values have escaped you, that new values are constantly appearing, and that the volume is becoming more and more a friend and a guide.
The principles and methods herein set forth should not be laid aside, at least permanently, nor forgotten, but should be worked into the very fibre of your being. You will then, and by so much, certainly demonstrate Success-Magnetism. In revising its pages the author is more than ever satisfied that the volume is a great inspiration and of incalculable value to those who will make it, as designed, a Companion For Life. You will never uncover its enormous wealth. The culture of magnetism implies all along its address to life.
If you have toiled for the goal you have used the results, and experience, the greatest of teachers, has instructed you in the art of employing the etheric talent.
A few suggestions are, nevertheless, now offered as indicators of the larger possible treatment,--remembering that our field is not general success alone, nor pure magnetism alone, but is the condensed subject, Success-Magnetism. You are, therefore, invited to observe the following considerations: I. Magnetism entertains no unnecessary thought of evil concerning others. It is altogether superior to low-minded revenge.
It never reveals personal embarrassment. It permits no show of irritation. It is incapable of losing temper. It refuses to exhibit hostility. It never admits, never discloses, defeat. The magnetic person never shows indifference toward others. Magnetism conceals the feelings of ridicule and contempt. If you are magnetic, you never indulge in violence. You neither look for slights and insults, nor do you feel them, unless they are persistently thrust upon you.
You are invited to resolve upon the increase of your circle of friends, and never to lose an opportunity of winning a well- wisher. This means, of course, that you retain every friend secured, if possible in self-respect--which should not be unduly rigid.
The instant recognition of faces and recollection of names is intensely magnetic.
Magnetism ignores all caste distinctions, and is friendly toward all. If you would be magnetic in personal relations, you must splendidly believe both in yourself and in other people. The general magnetic attitude is a close compound of the magnetic thought and the success-thought, buoyant in hope and courage and bound together by the magnetic will. In the use of this attitude, every obligation should be regarded as profoundly sacred. The magnetic person cannot be careless in this respect.
The Legal Small Print This book has all along insisted that magnetic success imperatively demands the life of highest honor. Above all, you are again urged to banish from the inner self fear, worry, discouragement, depression, and every such enemy to peace and power.
When worry and the like appear, you will find them occupying the lower level and absorbing your attention. You should instantly force consciousness to the higher ground, expelling these enemies and holding up to the better mood. This is the one secret of victory over the king's foes. The author guarantees the remedy in any case that is not fit for the hospital. In the conduct of life, the magnetic person sets before the mind a definite goal, either life-long or particular, and adheres thereto with bulldog pertinacity.
And he, therefore, wastes no values, but economizes all. He saves part of his earnings; he carries his money in his pocket-book, not loosely. But he has the wisdom to recreate, to rest the body, to ease the mind, to take needed breathing-spells for magnetic increase. In applied magnetism, you simply harmonize the etheric states of others with those of yourself, and convey to them through the ethereal medium the purpose of your will.
In all application of magnetism to persons, you are urged to remember that your very first goal, always and preeminently, is an agreeable feeling within their minds.
You should never try to induce a person to act your way until you have thoroughly established in him a good feeling toward yourself. This is the prime initial step. When such a condition has been secured, you are then ready for the magnetic assault--and then only. When you are dealing with other people, endeavoring magnetically to win them to your wish, you should summon the general magnetic feeling within yourself, will them to do as you desire, and at the same time think of them as already consenting and acting.
Your inner condition should be perfectly calm, buoyant, hopeful, whatever the external means employed, your mind should be concentrated upon the thing desired, and its accomplishment should be thought of as now secured. The response of the person may be delayed, but this should not discourage you, for some minds do not take suggestions those of your unspoken will are referred to quickly, and they do not act instantly upon their own thought. It is invariably best to induce people to believe that they are acting on their personal impulse or judgment; they should be made to feel perfectly free, not at all coerced, and that they are doing their own will rather than yours--simply because they wish so to do.
We may summarize all these suggestions in the words of a distinguished scientific writer: "Life is not a bully who swaggers out into the open universe, upsetting the laws of energy in all directions, but rather a consummate strategist, who, sitting in his secret chamber over his wires, directs the movements of a great army.
So closes this book. The subject before us has been vast and profound. It is unnecessary to confess that the field has by no means been exhausted. At every step of study its immensity is discovered. Even when the general arena of success in life has been closed out of consideration, as in these pages, Success- Magnetism defies any single mind to fathom it or to bound it.
It is neither that of Business and Financial achievement, as we studied in the First Division of the course, nor is it that of Success and Magnetism as was taught in the Second Division. For many students we now come to the real battle- ground where they must wage the fight for supremacy.
There is an insidious foe to mastery and freedom, which dooms millions to self-imposed bondage. Most people know it has them in its grip; countless others do not know what the hidden power is which holds them from the richer, freer, happier conditions of life. This foe is FEAR. It assumes numerous disguises. It appears in many phases of our daily lives. It has done more to wreck careers and ruin happiness than all the wars of history.
Hordes of earth toilers believe themselves beyond its influence--while all the time it is riding their backs and laughing at them. One reason for this is the common misunderstanding of what fear really is.
Most people think of it only as fearing to meet certain people, or fearing some accident may happen to them or their loved ones.
Yet there are fears of the future, fears of one's self, fears of events, fears of natural phenomena, fears of old age, fears of poverty. And there are still more hidden, stunting fears developed by the un-religious teachings of blind, bigoted, crafty Religion.
Haddock will open new views of individual nature, personal fears, avenues of self-unfoldment, which are wholesome and uplifting for you. They tear away bond after bond of habit, thought and action which have smothered your true, inner Self.
Haddock first makes it clear why man is steadily becoming more free--why darkening, dreadful, shackling fear is being dispelled from the world. His second lesson analyzes Fear and Reason.
The third lesson explains why the healthy "tone" of mind and body is the basis upon which the structure of personal Courage is to be reared.
I have received many letters from people who are distressed by their fears. To every such an one let me send this assured message: You can grow in your soul a perfect courage. The methods adapted to this ideal are simple, not impossible to any, and will become less and less difficult as you continue to make them more and more a real part of your life. I do not say, "Be courageous. I hope, rather, to present methods which shall be definite and practical, so that you will be able to do the very thing needful.
This is the negative phase of our work. Specific instructions will be given having to do with every kind of fear. I shall endeavor to suggest practical help to all readers for each particular difficulty.
By the word "spiritual" I mean not merely religious in the ordinary sense, but rather that kind of courage which is just the breath and tone of the White Life manifest in the human life. If you come to harmony with the White Life, your fears will vanish because you will then share in the Courage of the Eternal Good.
They are commended to your approval. I wish to indulge in a little Foreword because in this way may be indicated a warning against contentment with a seemingly very sensible conclusion which will prove, on further thought, to be hasty and incomplete. Five years ago I wrote in this identical place in our study these words: "Fear will never go out of this world until pleasure loses value, desire ceases for want of an object, and reason no longer imposes responsibility.
But there are others who will instantly perceive that they represent thought on a comparatively low plane. I now observe: The best gift of Life to primeval man, after love, was reason. Faith in the psychic sense and that is the sense in which Jesus employed it, is conscious potentiality.
It is a power; it is the power of the soul. All psychic phenomena demonstrate that proposition. Without it there can be no psychic phenomena beyond the exercise of the purely animal instinct. It is the creature of suggestion. Suggestion alone awakens it into existence, suggestion can utterly destroy it.
Inasmuch as no suggestion of the possibility of immortal life can be conveyed through the embryotic soul of the brute, the conscious potentiality requisite to the sustentation of independent existence does not exist; and it obviously cannot exist in other than an intelligent being.
And this remark, according to the philosophy of Jesus, applies to all the brute creation, whether it is embodied in the form of animals or of man. He believed, and reiterated time after time, that the only reason to study the psychic aspects of man was to better comprehend the importance of developing the "spirit faculty" that exists within every man. Hudson was able to let the creative force within him free itself; and because of that, all of us who are privileged to read his works are much the richer.
Several other passages from Dr. Hudson's work give us further evidence of the great wisdom, creative ability and understanding that this unique individual had. He wrote; " This is not true of the objective mind as he says in another passage. The objective mind is merely the function of the physical brain. The subjective mind is a distinct entity possessing independent powers and functions, having a mental organization of its own, and capable of sustaining an existence independently of the body.
The subjective mind of man is synonymous with the soul of man. He was a pioneer in such fields as psychology, philosophy, biology, metaphysics and even in some areas of chemistry and physics. Hudson was writing of the power of mental conditioning fifty years before Dr.
Norman Vincent Peale and others popularized the concept of "mind power. Hudson was discussing ideas that have now become proven scientific facts in many areas of medicine, biology, physiology and psychology. Even so, he was able to effectively communicate to those of "his time", and his writing is just as effectively communicated to us today.
No one could really do an adequate job of "introducing" this man and his work. One has to read what Dr. Hudson wrote, digest it and relate it to subsequent events and newly discovered "facts" in order to comprehend the ability, creativeness and uniqueness of this man and his work.
The more we become exposed to his work the greater will be the understanding that man has of man Hudson's theory Thomson Jay Hudson began observing hypnotism shows and noticed similarities between hypnosis subjects and the trances of spiritualist mediums. His idea was that any contact with "spirits" was in fact contact with the medium's or the subject's own subconscious. Anything else could be explained by telepathy, which he defined as contact between two or more subconsciouses.
Hudson postulated that his theory could explain all forms of spiritualism, and had a period of popularity until the carnage of the First World War caused a fresh interest in spiritualism again as psychic mediums emerged to meet the demands of grieving relatives. Hudson's work, although unrefuted, and thought by some to be a "bust" of spiritualism , remained almost forgotten until recently when his theory was found to explain some of the theories of Rupert Sheldrake.