As a Man Thinketh, Price Obeyeth (inspired by James Allen)

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    As A Man Thinketh, Price Obeyeth

    Copyright (c) 2011 by Nsingo Sakala

    The aphorism, "As a man thinketh, price obeyeth" not only embraces the whole of a commodity’s being, but is so comprehensive as to reach out to every ordered and chaotic condition of a commodity’s life. Prices are literally what men think, being governed by human energy; and their character reveals the complete sum of all the thoughts within in a nation.

    As the plant springs from, and could not be without, the seed, so every level of price, springs from the undetected pips of human thought, and could not have fluctuated or vibrated without them. This applies equally to those price levels believed to be “unexpected”, “ground breaking” and “new” as to those which are premeditated through the primitive economic analyses of our day.

    The motion of price is the flourishing of this human energy (or thought); and reveals the concealed ‘heart beats’ of the mind that governs all macro-economic amendments. The rises and declines of price levels are in themselves the fruits of their own making; thus does a commodity’s own destiny lie in the sweet and bitter fruitage of its own husbandry.

    The Art of Impulse suggests to us that “the impulses for any price level exist before the demand and supply for the goods themselves became manifest”; and that “we are usually only made aware of their prevalence long after their fruits have come forth.” Moreover the Art of Yesterday reminds us that “a commodity’s future is behind us” and that “since all men posses great hind-sight, we can all know it.” What they are in number we manufactured and built. Thus does that adhesive concept of gamble or uncertainty become muted in the minds of the thinking man.

    It matters little what the predominant consensus among economists is or what the political authorities decide to announce; and it matters little what the celebrities do or the majesty of a firm’s new invention. Each commodity holds so persistently to its own breath and cycle that the rotations of these events, though seemingly substantial, are entirely different to those most commonly understood by the layman.

    Thus in order to understand a commodity fully, you have to mentally attune your mind to its station in life – that is, to its vibration or frequency of activity in much the same manner that one tunes into Radio 1 on a Sunday morning, radio 2 on a Wednesday afternoon and Radio 3 on Friday evening. It has its own schedule and definition for “breaking news”; in the same manner that men have their own schedules for breaking news.

    A commodity is a growth by law, and not a reaction to daily events, and cause and effect is as absolute and unwavering in its sphere of activities as in the world of visible and material things. The persistent application by the earnest individual, to the understanding of such laws, gifts that individual the Art of Foreknowledge. It is ironic however, that the expected levels of persistence are to be rigorously coupled with the mental capabilities of a child, as ‘The Art of Childhood’ so skillfully suggests.

    Prices make and unmake themselves; and kitted with the armoury of human, thought they forge the weapons by which they annihilate themselves. They also fashion the tools with which they build for themselves heavenly mansions of prosperity; wealth and restfulness. By adopting the positive aspects of human of thought, prices learn to ascend with the Divine Perfection of the Egyptian Gods. And it is a lofty learning process indeed – one that reveals prices’ mastery in the Art of Knowledge. Furthermore by the adoption of the negative aspects of human energy, they descend with the distasteful qualities of a p-- and a sh--. Between (and including) these two extremes are all the points of personality that define the commodity.

    Of all the beautiful truths pertaining to the power of human thought which have been restored and brought to light in this age by such works as The Secret, The Moses Code (and many other such works), none is more gladdening or fruitful of divine promise and confidence than this - that Price is the reflection of human thought, those moulders of current events; and silhouettes of economic conditions and monetary destiny.

    “Only by much searching and mining are gold and diamonds obtained, and man can find every connection between this wonder we call ‘thought’ and prices if he will dig deep into the mine of his own soul. The price of a man, for example is not external to himself. What a man gets paid for his services and consultations is the direct result of his predominant mental standing.

    Moreover because humans are the architects of their own characters, and the builders of their destiny, they have the ability to visually and mathematically prove this if they so wish, without mystery; and without prejudice; and without superstition; if they but watch, control, and alter their thoughts and trace their effects upon mankind. This link (between cause and effect), they will find by patient practice and investigation and by utilizing every experience, especially the most painful, as a means of obtaining that knowledge of themselves.

    In this direction, as in no other, is the law absolute that ‘He that seeketh (with The Art of Thaction) shall find; and to him that knocketh (with The Art of Beginning), it shall be opened"; for only by The Art of Persistence, The Art of Practice, and the immutable Art of Silence can a man unerringly exclaim that: “As a Man Thinketh, Price Obeyeth”

    Thank You for Thinking​

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