The Science Of getting Rich Program Can Change Your Life

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What Happens When 3 Extraordinary Teachers from "the Secret" Come Together to Teach the Science of Getting Rich? by Lindsay Ball

The Science of Getting Rich is a timeless classic written in 1910 by Wallace D. Wattles. It is a bold title for a book and suggests that getting rich is a predictable outcome if one can master the principles outlined in the book. Here is how Wallace D. Wattles puts it in his own words, "The ownership of money and property comes as a result of doing things in a certain way. Those who do things in this certain way, whether on purpose or accidentally, get rich. Those who do not do things in this certain way, no matter how hard they work or how able they are, remain poor. It is a natural law that like causes always produce like effects. Therefore, any man or woman who learns to do things in this certain way will infallibly get rich."

Certainly, this book is well referenced by many of the great teachers today and it is the same book that inspired Rhonda Byrne to produce that runaway success "the Secret". Here is what Rhonda Byrne said on her introductory note to the book, "I can honestly say that, since that first night when a tattered printed manuscript found its way to me (thanks to one of my daughters), my life has never been the same. Once you read it for yourself, you will understand why". Rhonda went on to produce the movie "the Secret" and the best-selling book of the same title which has sold millions of copies worldwide.

However, learning how to do things in that "certain way" as described by Wallace D. Wattles may be more challenging for some as the book was written nearly 100 years ago. Some of the language is a little dated and much of its wisdom lost from a modern day perspective.

Fortunately, a new training seminar for the Science of Getting Rich has brought the wisdom of this timeless classic back to life for modern readers. Called "the Science of Getting Rich", this program is the most comprehensive training system for mastering Wallace D. Wattles wealth creation philosophies and principles since its creation. It comprises written, audio and live seminar formats for learning, applying and mastering the Science of Getting Rich

A unique "twist" to the program is the fact that it has an in-built vehicle for creating substantial financial wealth through its affiliate program. This is truly a unique wealth eduction and wealth building program designed to empower any individual with the resources to get rich. It is a program whose time has come. The program would not be possible without the original text from Wallace D. Wattles, the skills of leading teachers of our time, the phenomenal success of "the Secret" and the Internet as a learning and distribution tool.

Click here to learn more about the Secret Science of Getting Rich and the details of the program.

The Science of Getting Rich Teachers:

Bob Proctor

Bob Proctor is an author, lecturer, counselor, business consultant, entrepreneur, and teacher preaching the gospel of positive thinking, self-motivation and maximizing human potential. In that endeavor, he follows in the footsteps of such motivational giants as Napoleon Hill, Earl Nightingale and Wallace D. Wattles.

His extraordinary teaching ability has won Proctor acclaim around the globe and has carried the Canadian-born motivator to the far reaches of the earth. He is as well known in Australia and Malaysia as he is in Alberta and Mississippi.

Born in a little town in northern Ontario, Canada with the low self-esteem that often befalls a family's middle child, he performed poorly in school, dropped out and did a hitch in the navy. Afterward he drifted from one dead-end job to another until a friend introduced Bob to the concept of self-development through Napoleon Hill's classic Think and Grow Rich.

With the spark generated by Hill's words, Proctor found the initiative to start an office cleaning business which he grew to international scope in his first year of operation. From that experience - after seeing what he had been able to accomplish with just a rudimentary knowledge of personal motivation and goal-setting - he hungered for more information.

His quest took him to the Nightingale-Conant organization to study under his mentor, Earl Nightingale. Once on board, he rose swiftly through the ranks. Eventually, while the Nightingale-Conant organization assumed the forefront in wide-scale distribution of personal development programs, Bob felt the need to take his ideas and methods directly to the individual, to the one-on-one level which had proved so successful for himself.

In the mid 1970's, Proctor established his own seminar company and secured a contract to work with a few hundred agents of Prudential Life Insurance Co. of America in Chicago. During his first seminar Bob made the suggestion that any agent present could write $5 million in business that year if the agent made a decision to do so.

The fact that the seminar took place in July with the year half over and that no agent in that region had ever written so much business in the 100-year history of the company made Bob's suggestion appear to be outrageous. However, when the performance level of the entire division increased substantially with more than one agent actually accomplishing the deed, Bob's reputation as a motivator was established.

Over the ensuing years, Proctor has shared his special message and expertise with hundreds of business entities worldwide and, through a program of live seminars, with thousands of people of all ages in all walks of life.

Meanwhile, in addition to his international best-seller You Were Born Rich, he found time to author other works as well, including Mission in Commission, The Winner's Image, The Goal Achiever, The Success Series, The Success Puzzle, The Recruiting Puzzle, and Being Your Very Best.

Jack Canfield

Jack Canfield is an American motivational speaker, trainer and author. He is best known as the founder and co-creator of The New York Times No. 1 best-selling "Chicken Soup for the Soul" book series, which currently has over 65 titles and 80 million copies in print in over 37 languages. According to USA Today, Canfield and his writing partner, Mark Victor Hansen, were the top-selling authors in the United States in 1997.

With a BA from Harvard University, a Masters from University of Massachusetts, and an honorary doctorate from the University of Santa Monica, Canfield has been a high school and university teacher, a workshop facilitator, a psychotherapist, and for the past 30 years, a leading authority in the area of self-esteem and personal development.

Canfield is the founder of "Self Esteem Seminars" in Santa Barbara, and "The Foundation for Self Esteem" in Culver City, California. Self Esteem Seminars trains entrepreneurs, educators, corporate leaders and employees on how to accelerate the achievement of their personal and professional goals, while The Foundation for Self Esteem provides self-esteem resources and trainings to social workers, welfare recipients and human resource professionals. Canfield is also the President of, a speaking resource service that provides inspirational speakers for event planners worldwide.

Canfield has traveled to over 21 countries, delivering hundreds of keynote speeches, workshops and trainings each year. As part of his presentation style, he always uses inspirational, motivational and uplifting stories to help his audiences discover, experience and retain key concepts and approaches. After each session, audiences everywhere had encouraged him to put his stories into a single book.

In 1990, while on an airplane home, he felt that it was time. He shared his idea with author Mark Victor Hansen during breakfast one day. Hansen liked the idea, and so began the Chicken Soup for the Soul phenomenon. But with their busy schedules, translating what worked on the podium onto the written page proved more challenging than either of them had anticipated. After three long years, the two had compiled just sixty-eight stories — a far cry from the 101 they believed was the magic number for a successful book. Nonetheless, their successful partnership has spawned many other titles that have made them enormously famous.

Canfield has appeared on numerous television shows, including Good Morning America, 20/20, Eye to Eye, CNN’s Talk Back Live, PBS and the BBC. Today, he speaks shares his success strategies with companies and associations worldwide.

The most recent book Canfield has written was the 2005 publication of The Success Principles. In it Canfield shares 64 principles that he and other people have utilized to achieve great levels of success.

solo's picture

I think this is anti-spirituality trying to exploit spirituality

This "the secret" stuff is so contra-spiritual, it encompasses so many things that are hindrances to spiritual development and happiness.

This is the amazing ignorant capability of the West to take incredible eastern wisdoms and to try to turn them into blind working horses in the service of ignorant causes. Which naturally does not work at the end of the day.

More specifically, this "getting rich" stuff simply encourages the desire process instead of acceptance of what is which is so vital for happiness.

It's underlying ignorant assumption is that a lot of money, success and other western stupid ideals bring happiness. Bring me one truly happy billionaire and I will pay you 1M$.

And finally, in order to summon things you want, you need your subconscious to also support this specific wanting which usually is not the case. Such control over subconscious is found only in very developed individuals. But... such individuals being developed already know that shaping reality according to mind's desires (e.g. money money money) is a warranty for misery in life so they have no interest in such techniques.

solo | Wed, 02/06/2008 - 11:34
enlight's picture

Money is not bad

Money itself is not bad (nor good, it is just a type of energy). It is the desire (for money) which is "bad" in terms of happiness (as the case with any desire).

Anyway, this new age "get rich" mambo jambo is just a temporal buzz for the ignorant consumer masses...

We are indeed the creators of reality. But this does not say that our ignorant conscious mind can just like this dictate to its mighty subconscious twin brother what to create.

enlight | Wed, 02/06/2008 - 14:27
genep's picture

Money, religions and anti-spirituality

" I think this is anti-spirituality trying to exploit spirituality"
with a wisdom far far beyond the greatest geniuses: your words tell us everything there is to know about all religions:
anti-spirituality trying to exploit spirituality.

-- only dreams have awakenings -- sleep is samadhi. -- O'no

genep | Sun, 03/15/2009 - 16:05
Quantum's picture

I Agree

"More specifically, this "getting rich" stuff simply encourages the desire process instead of acceptance of what is which is so vital for happiness."

Trying to manifest something, some desire, by thinking about it only fed and strenghtened my ego, and the desire. Using the mind (thinking) added to the thinking process. That might be why, when I tried to manifest things, I would lose my connection. Being does not want anything. It just is. Wanting/desiring/thinking obscures my connection.

"And finally, in order to summon things you want, you need your subconscious to also support this specific wanting which usually is not the case."

Yup. Subconscious mind dominates what we attract. "When there is any conflict between subconscious mind, and conscious mind, subconscious mind always wins." --The Genie Within Your Subconscious Mind.

"Such control over subconscious is found only in very developed individuals."

Hey! That's what I thought! Like, maybe Jesus and any other supposed "Miracle" workers?

"But... such individuals being developed already know that shaping reality according to mind's desires (e.g. money money money) is a warranty for misery in life so they have no interest in such techniques."

Amen. BEING wants nothing. It just is. Why obscure connection to Being by feeding ego and desire and thinking by thinking about selfish desires?

Quantum | Sun, 09/20/2009 - 04:16
mystic_saurabh's picture

But what about my bills?

Jai Shri Guru!

Yes, I understand that Ego comes into play with this LOA stuff.....but I am trying to just accept the things as they are and failing miserably on some days when I have to deal with the hard practical things of life - how to pay my bills? How to look after my parents?? Where am I going to get the money for them??

My Guru and a lot of spiritual masters also say that money is an obstacle to spiritual progress....I haven't 'realised' this completely!

It is a bloody pain to be unliberated and also not desire for I feel like asking God - either give me liberation OR just fulfil my temporal desires pls...

Is it the Ego's need to create such things that gets us attracted to LOA?

What is the highest path - Creating things (too often through our EGO) OR to surrender and accept whatever happens by doing our duty in this world (by not being greedy for more things, money and sensual pleasures etc)???

I don't want to know whether one can 'manifest' or 'create' things by LOA or not, I just want to know what is the 'highest path' in the spiritual life!


I hope u guys see the essence of what I am trying to ask!


Thank you,

mystic_saurabh | Mon, 12/28/2009 - 15:42
Quantum's picture


Pay them.

Jesus once gave an answer to an inquiry very similar to yours. (Who knows, maybe it was you in a previous lifetime who asked Jesus the same Just kidding.)

Jesus was preaching Spirituality, and someone asked, "Well what about paying taxes?"

Jesus gave a very simple answer, "Give to Ceasar what is Ceasar's. Give to God what is God's."

So, pay your bills, make money to support your family, just do what needs to be done.

And, pursue matters of the spirit, if you want, and in whatever fashion or method is most suitable for you.

Eventually, if you are not there already, your outlook on life with be one of a spiritual being living in this world, and doing what needs to be done to do your duties, but your heart and mind and soul is spiritual. St Paul said it this way, "I am of this world, but not of it." While in this earth plane, St. Paul made his living making tents. But inside he was spiritual.

The Bhagavad Gita, while saying that Bhakti Yoga, way of Love and Devotion to the Lord (Jesus, or Krishna, or whichever, name you use) is the highest and fastest way to union with God, it spends a whole lot of chapters promoting Karma Yoga, union with God through action, through doing one's duties, consecations what you do to God. In Latin, it's something like, "Ad Majorum Dei." For the Greater Glory of God. I'm simple words, do what you do, sweeping floor, washing dishes, making money, working in the office, brushing your teech, taking out the garbage, spending time with friends, drinking tea, drinking coffee, talking a nice quiet walk alone, as an act of love and devotion and union with and service to God. Do everything for the Greather Glory of God.

'Hope that helps.

Pax Domini Nostri.

Quantum | Mon, 12/28/2009 - 20:29
mystic_saurabh's picture

Thank you!

Jai Shri Guru!

hmm...It does help me a lot!

I am again diverted to the one central teaching of Shri Krishna of doing ones duty in this world....

This takes me to a few more questions though!

I can also be greedy and lustful in this world yet be devoted to God, can't I? I don't know about other but I can and I am now to be totally honest!

Regarding lust, I can marry the woman I love the most and satisfy my sexual needs, however, regarding greed, it seems like this modern world and jobs are designed in such a way that our desires/ambitions seem to go on increasing and thus to fulfil them the greed also needs to be increased.

Some saints say, do only as much is needed, which means to only work and aspire to earn for as much that is needed to live a simple life!!! - this makes one a total outcast and to be blunt it means - forget your AMBITIONS IN THIS WORLD,,,dont u agree?????

How to deal with that kind friend!

Jai Shri Guru!


mystic_saurabh | Tue, 12/29/2009 - 13:41
Quantum's picture

Your questions are....

...Remind me of me.

Your funny too. And honest. Thanks for that.

"I can also be greedy and lustful in this world yet be devoted to God, can't I? I don't know about other but I can and I am now to be totally honest!"

LOL. I think so.

When I was kid, candy tasted so good. I'm being honest here. Candy tasted better back then. But something changed. Either they don't make candy the way they used to, maybe they use different ingredients. Or maybe my hormones and taste buds changed. Maybe the candy is still the same candy but tastes different now due where I am in life, growth, evolution, or just simply age.

When I was in first grade, I sounded words out. Now, I just read books without having to sound out each word. I could not do complex math back then. I studied 1+1. Now calculus and physics is a thing of the past. Each stage has it's own stuff. We can stay fixated, or evolve and move on to bigger things.

As for fixation, while candy no longer tastes as good, I'm still fixated on doughnuts. They haven't changed. They still make them as good as they used to. In fact even better now!!!! I have not evolved very far where donuts are concerned.

You were talking about candy and doughnuts weren't you? Or did you say sex? No matter. Makes no difference. (I'm too lazy to scroll up to read what you wrote. I tried using LOA of make my screen scroll without touching the mouse, but it didn't work again. Maybe Jesus could have scrolled the screen just by Thinking about it if he was here right now. I'm not that far evolved yet. Or not that far evolved period.)

Regarding work, I once mentioned to something that it seems like it's the agressive, assertive, and egotistical who get the promotions at work. While that is true, it is not exclusively true. I also admire some at work, who I consider par above the rest in intelligence, who hold higher positions than me, make more money than me, and are less egotiscial and snotty than me. Honest to goodness decent people.

In the physical plan, you can use agression and ego. Or you can use Smarts and Determination to get what you want.

In the spiritual plane, you go circumvent the mind, to be "Now-here."

Through meditation, you begin to experience insights, more intuition, and you want to talk about them all, but when you do, they sound "creepy" or even "out of your mind" kind of stuff. So, it's best not to share our personal intuitive experiences that we go through from meditation. Besides, we are not these experiences. Neti, neti, neti.

However, some things were written to kinda describe them, or point to "something". Here is a beautiful story that became more clear to me only after meditation.

The Garden of EDEN:
BEING was united with BEING. It simply was. What was needed was there available. BEING was in synch with BEING. BEING was outside the paradigm of the realm of opposites, BEING abided outside the realm of time, BEING abided outside of past and future. BEING simply was "IS."

Fast forward to later clock time, when Moses asked BEING who BEING was, BEING did not say, "I was", or "I will be." Being said, "I AM."

Rewind back to 'The Garden.' At some point in chronological time, certain aspects, or certain states of Being, namely the mental aspect of Being, started to evolve, and develop. BEING began to lose consciousness of itself. BEING began to lose awareness of BEING. BEING began to lose perspective from the state of BEING. BEING forgot it was the Absolute, forgot that BEING is beyond opposites. Being identified itself with a smaller, tinier, and more limited part of itself, the mind. And the mind understands things in terms of opposites, and the mind lives in the now gone past and lives in the phantom future; mind lives in time. BEING is outside of time. BEING IS. Now. BEING is PRESENT. Because mind understand high in relation to low. Rich in relation to poor. Success in relation to failure, it takes a lot of hard work, by the sweat of our brow, to become successful, because while we think success, part of the mind understand success only in relation to failure, so the concept of failure is tucked away somewhere in the background of the subconscious mind. This is why on this plane of the knowledge of opposites (knowledge of good and evil) it takes the sweat of our brow to make the ground yield it's fruits. Because while the mind things of a rich harvest, the subconsious thinks of dead vegetables. So, it's a struggle while abiding in the mind and it's duality and polarity.

Farther along the spiritual evolution, once the mind's candy is no longer as declicious, you become content with what you have. Maybe you might find a non-selfish purpose to gain material wealth, and you do, but you do it because you are doing it help someone rather than to serve the selfish "me based" ego.

An article from Dr. Billy Graham once advised that a good cure for depression is to do volunteer work, because it get's one out of the selfish me orientation, and takes you outside of yourself when you think of the good of others, and work for the good of others. It takes you outside of ego and all it's emotional tricks, traps, and baggage.

Quantum | Tue, 12/29/2009 - 20:53
mystic_saurabh's picture

Thank you for replying back in detail!

Jai Shri Guru!

"Each stage has it's own stuff. We can stay fixated, or evolve and move on to bigger things. "
That's true...So I guess all I can do is try to evolve...

"Regarding work, I once mentioned to something that it seems like it's the agressive, assertive, and egotistical who get the promotions at work. While that is true, it is not exclusively true. I also admire some at work, who I consider par above the rest in intelligence, who hold higher positions than me, make more money than me, and are less egotiscial and snotty than me. Honest to goodness decent people."

WOW - I have so so noticed this as well!! In fact I am thinking of moving from Financial Planning to Accountancy coz of ethical reasons....Ive found now that Fin planners are just sales people for a company or greedy for their commissions, generally speaking.

I have to read again a few times the story u have posted so that I can get to the essence of it.

Re profession, that is exactly what I wanttt now - gain material wealth through an unselfish purpose by helping someone.

I think the voluntary work idea is SUPERBBBB!!! I can already see it helping all types of people, not just the ones with depression.

God bless you!

Happy new year,


mystic_saurabh | Wed, 12/30/2009 - 15:42