By Ernest Wood
An method of meditation utilizing 36 actual and psychological routines.
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We know that the will can step into the current of thoughts, watch them drifting along, and interrupt and direct them. We have seen that it can also impose an overall command or give standing orders covering a period of time. This is true not only regarding the mood of concentration, but for other moods also. You can have a general hook-up on a particular subject, so that, if it is architecture, for example, your thought of an elephant will pass on to its structure, mechanical balance and the harmonious appearance of its parts, or your thought of groceries will lead direct to market buildings.
I sent for a California carpenter the other day. He arrived in an ancient Ford, from 38 CHAINS OF THOUGHT which he brought out a very modern kit-box containing at least a hundred tools. In the human body we find legs with which to carry the rest of the outfit about, arms to work with and alter the world, and senses to see what those things are. This carpenter operates in an immense world, but attends to a very small part of it—he sees only a small portion, and works only on a bit of that. The world is full of a number of things—as somebody mildly expressed it.
The only proper attitude of the positive soul towards things, events and people is to accept them for what they are— not wishing them to be different—and then decide what to do about the matter. I am not confusing wanting with wishing. As a result of calm judgment and not of mere wish you can want to have something or to do some act. 1 This matter of calm judgment is important, so I will introduce it with a statement, illustrate it with a diagram and elucidate it with a question. 1. The statement.
Concentration: An Approach to Meditation by Ernest Wood