This is from an older metaphysical/new thought book
from 1954, by U.S. Andersen. It’s entitled Three Magic Words.
He suggests repeating the words, I’ve appended below, after
a daily 10-minute period of stillness and when you have entered
a calm and peaceful place, and only then. For you eft tappers,
this could also be turned into an eft script.
quite beautiful, note the language: law of attraction,
as you get further into it. He also had some exposure to
Ernest Holmes and Holmes also used that terminology.
“I know that I am pure spirit, that I always have been, and that I always will be. There is inside me a place of confidence and quietness and security where all things are known and understood. This is the Universal Mind, God, of which I am a part, and which responds to me as I ask of it.
This universal mind knows the answer to all of my problems, and even now the answers are speeding their way to me. I needn’t struggle for them; I needn’t worry or strive for them. When the time comes, the answers will be there.
I give my problems to the great mind of God; I let go of them, confident that the correct answers will return to me when they are needed. Through the great law of attraction, everything in life that I need for my work and fulfillment will come to me. It is not necessary that I strain about this, only believe. For in the strength of my belief, my faith will make it so.
I see the hand of divine intelligence all about me, in the flower, the tree, the brook, the meadow. I know that the intelligence that created all these things is in me and around me and that I can call upon it for my slightest need. I know that my body is a manifestation of pure spirit and that spirit is perfect; therefore, my body is perfect also.
I enjoy life, for each day brings a constant demonstration of the power and wonder of the universe and myself. I am confident. I am serene. I am sure.
No matter what obstacle or undesirable circumstance crosses my path, I refuse to accept it, for it is nothing but illusion. There can be no obstacle or undesirable circumstance to the mind of God, which is in me, and around me, and serves me now.”
U.S. Andersen 1954