Think & Grow Rich Lessons
James Lombard Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Posted: 2018-05-22

Ctrl/Cmd+V                                                                    The Mystery of Sex Transmutation



To "transmute" means to channel a form of energy in pursuit of a different purpose to that for which it was originally intended. With regard to the emotion of sex, Hill states, “When driven by this desire, men develop keenness of imagination, courage, will power, persistence and creative ability.”


This chapter is not just about sex energy; it’s primarily about mind stimulants that enable one to access that heightened sense of awareness which transforms an ordinary person into an extraordinary one. Through the sixth sense or creative imagination one is put in touch with Infinite Intelligence, the source of all creativity, and Hill says that channelling sex energy to accomplish that end is the most effective way to increase the ordinary rate of thought to realise a desire, prompted by a life purpose.


According to Hill, “Sex energy is the creative energy of all geniuses. There never has been, and never will be a great leader, builder, or artist lacking in this driving force of sex.” He lists 10 mind stimulants, of which sex is the most potent one. They are,” (1) The desire for sex expression, (2) Love, (3) A burning desire for fame, power, financial gain, or money, (4) Music, (5) Friendship between either those of the same sex or those of the opposite sex, (6) A Master Mind alliance based upon the harmony of two or more people who ally themselves for spiritual or temporal advancement, (7) Mutual suffering, such as that experienced by people who are persecuted, (8) Autosuggestion, (9)Fear, (10) Narcotics and alcohol.”


When the mind is “stepped – up” by one of these stimulants  or a combination of them, it vibrates at a higher level and causes the sixth sense or creative imagination to receive inspirations and hunches from sources outside the person’s subconscious mind. Ideas and concepts flash into the mind from one or more of the following sources, “(1) Infinite Intelligence, (2) One’s subconscious mind, wherein are stored every sense impression and thought impulse which ever reached the brain through any of the five senses, (3) From the mind of some other person who has just released the thought or picture of the idea or concept through conscious thought, (4) From the other person’s subconscious storehouse.”


It is desirable to make use of whatever mind stimulant, other than fear, narcotics and alcohol, that is available to you. Hill points out that when the emotion of sex is moderated by love and heightened by romance, from about the age of 40, that the “keenness of imagination, courage, will power, persistence and creative ability” is most readily available to increase the intensity of thought.


                                                                                                                                         Regards and best wishes to all.


                                                                                                                                            James Lombard, Dublin, Ireland.