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Dollars Want You! It's True

Updated on July 30, 2013

Did You Every Think That Money Wants You?

Do you always think thoughts such as these?

"I want more money," "I need more money, "I need to make more money"? If you're like most people, I am sure you have had this thought from time to time.

I'm here to tell you about Henry Harrison Brown,* and if you listen to his wisdom, you will learn that it actually works the other way around!

I know, I know, it sounds too good to be true. But after listening to his audio program called "Dollars Want Me" it actually makes a lot of sense to think this way instead of the way most people think, "I need more money!"


You Don't Need Dollars, Dollars Need You!

Henry Harrison Brown, a New Thought Pioneer

Henry Harrison Brown was one of the elder statesmen of the New Thought movement in the early part of the 20th Century.

Born in Massachusetts in 1840, his varied career included teaching school, working on newspapers and lecturing in various fields for 17 years.

He entered the work of mental healing and teaching in 1893 and from his work in this field gained the experience he teaches in his books.

Brown was responsible for the publication of one of the most vigorous of the New Thought and wrote a magazine back in the early 1900's. The main thought of the magazine was:

"Man is spirit here and now, with all the possibilities of Divinity within him and he can consciously manifest these possibilities here and now."

About "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles

The Science of Getting Rich is perhaps the first book you should read and study before any of the others.

The basic underlying message of the book is that you were meant to be rich and God, the divine creator, wants you to be rich so that you can enjoy your life.

This book is a masterpiece. I love to listen to it play in the background while I am painting or crocheting or participating in another quiet pastime. I highly recommend this book.

If you are looking for a way to change your mindset from negative to positive about anything, this is a good book or audiobook to start with.

The Science of Getting Rich Audiobook

Can Money Buy Happiness?

No. Money can not buy happiness. Happiness comes from within.

But money can buy comfort and contentment if you use it for your highest good.

It is the intention of the Divine Creator that we all live in abundance and experience and enjoy our lives to its fullest extent.

We use money to get the things we need and desire for our enjoyment, and therefore it is our right to be rich that we must claim.

Wallace Wattles applies the science to this thought and explains in clear terms why it is your right to live in abundance and why God wants you to do so.



What are your thoughts on this way of thinking?

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    • Seafarer Mama profile image

      Karen A Szklany 3 years ago from New England

      Such a rich and generous hub. Thank you! ~:0)

    • DrBillSmithWriter profile image

      William Leverne Smith 3 years ago from Hollister, MO

      It is out there. Lots of good ones, I've heard, over the last 50+ years.

      Thanks for sharing, for sure! ;-)

    • Seafarer Mama profile image

      Karen A Szklany 4 years ago from New England

      Thank you so much for sharing this audio with all of us here on HP, and with the world! :0) I will listen to it many times. :0)

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