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Pleasure is the sure result of placing thought or force on the things we are doing now, and pain of some sort in both present and future is the certain result of sending thought or force away from the act which needs to be done at this moment.– Prentice Mulford, Thoughts Are Things (1889)

Strong expectancy is a powerful magnet. He of the strong, confident desire attracts to him the things best calculated to aid him – persons, things, circumstances, surroundings; if he desires them hopefully, trustfully, confidently, calmly. – William Walker Atkinson, Thought Vibration (1906)

If you are confronted with the question: ‘Which of two things should I do?’ the best answer is: ‘I will do that which I would like to become a habit with me.’ – William Walker Atkinson, Thought Vibration

Mere lip prayers get you nowhere. It doesn’t matter what your lips may say. The thing that counts is what your heart desires, what your mind images on your subconscious thought, and through it on Universal Mind. – Robert Collier, The Secret of the Ages (1926)

Every thought you entertain is a force that goes out, and every thought comes back laden with its kind. This is an immutable law. Every thought you entertain has moreover a direct affect upon your body. – Ralph Waldo Trine, In Tune with the Infinite (1897)

When we align our thoughts, emotions, and actions with the highest part of ourselves, we are filled with enthusiasm, purpose, and meaning. Life is rich and full. – Gary Zukav, The Seat of the Soul

Fluctuations in a quantum field are equivalent to quantum particles. The vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field can be thought of as virtual photons; ‘virtual’ not because they are not ‘real,’ but because they are not directly perceived. – Jim Baggett, Origins

It is … helpful to acknowledge that your emotion is coming forth in response to your current thought, whether it concerns your past, present, or future. The greater the emotion you are feeling, the more powerful your thought is, and the faster you are attracting into your experience things that match the essence of that thought. – Abraham/Esther & Jerry Hicks

Our thought of anything forms a spiritual prototype of it, thus constituting a nucleus or center of attraction for all conditions necessary to its eventual externalization by a law of growth inherent in the prototype itself. – Judge Thomas Troward, The Edinburgh Lectures (1909)