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How to use the

                                                           Invisible Counselors

                The Invisible Counselors

                      Napolean Hill, in his book Think & Grow Rich, writes:  “Every night, over a long period
                      of years, I held an imaginary Council meeting with this group whom I called my “Invisible

                      If this idea or practice is not easy for you to accept, simply play at it, and pretend at it.
                      Patanjali, author of The Yoga Sutras, and one of the founders of yoga philosophy in ancient
                      India, put it this way: “When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary
                      project, all your thoughts break their bonds. Your mind transcends limitations; your con-
                      sciousness expands in every direction in a new, great and wonderful world. Dormant forces,
                      faculties and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than
                      you ever dreamed yourself to be.”

                      SETTING THE SCENE

                      Get yourself in a comfortable place where you can sit undisturbed for at least 20 minutes at
                      a time.  You may want to dim the lights and have only a light at your writing pad.  I light a
                      candle and burn incense, because that is what I do.  You may want to play some soft music
                      with no words in it.  I prefer the silence.

                      LET’S BEGIN

                      In your mind’s eye, step into a large room with a big conference table in the center.  Imagine
                      this room and this table any way you’d like them to be.  The table may be oval, it may be
                      rectangular and there are many comfortable, empty chairs around it.

                      Close your eyes a moment and envision people fi ling into the room and taking a seat at the
                      table. If there is someone you’d like there, imagine them there.   You may only have a few to
                      begin with.  Attendance will grow as you continue with further meetings.

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