Shirley Gekler Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
The Tenth Step toward Riches
The transmutation of sex energly calls for the exercise of willpower
to be sure, but the reward is worth the effort. The desire for sexual
expression is inborn and natural. The desire cannot, and should not, be
submerged or eliminated. But it should be given an outlet through forms
of expression which enrich the body, mind, and spirit of man. If not
given this form of outlet, through transmutation, it will seek outlets through
purely physical channels.
Fortunate, indeed, is the person who has discovered how to give sex
emotion an outlet through some form of creative effort, for he has by
discovery, lifted himself to the status of a genius.
Scientific research has disclosed these significant facts:
1. The men of greatest achievement are men with highly developed sex
natures; men who have learned the art of sex transmutation.
2. The men who have accumulated great fortunes and achieved outstanding
recognition in literature, art, industrly, architecture, and the professions, were
motivated by the influence of a woman.
The emotion of sex is an "irrestible force," against which there can be no
such opposition as an "immovable body." When driven bly this emotion,
men become gifted with a super power for action. Understand this truth,
and you will catch the significance of the statement that sex transmutation
will lift one to the status of a genius.
The reality of a "sixth sense" has been fairly well established. This sixth sense
is "Creative Imagination." "The faculty of Creative Imagination is one which
the majority of people never use during an entire lifetime, and if used at all
it usually happens by mere accident.
Moreover, while on this higher level of thought, the individual is not hampered
or bound by any of the stimuli which circumscribe and limit his vision while
wrestling with the problems of gaining the three basic necessities of food
clothing and shelter. He is in a world of thought in which the ORDINARY,
work-a-day thoughts have been as effectively removed as are the hills and
valleys and other limitations of physical vision, when he rises in an airplane.
The way has been cleared for the sixth sense to function; it becomes
receptive to ideas which could not reach the individual under any other
circumstances. The "sixth sense" is the faculty which marks the difference
between a genius and an ordinary individual.
Tha which is known as ones conscience operated entirely through the
faculty of the sixth sense.
The great artists, writers, musicians, and poets become great because they
acquire the habit of relying upon the "still small voice" which speaks from within
through the facultyl of Creative Imagination. It is a fact well known to people
who have "keen" imaginations that their best ideas come through so-called "hunches."
Thanks to Michael and Linda Dlouhy for providing this platform for us to learn
and grow into the people we were meant to be.
Love to all