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the story comes to the teller:

: paracelsus likens the imagination to a magnet which, with it’s power of attraction,
draws the things of the external world within man, to reshape them there. Its activity is thus captured in the image of the inner alchemist, the sculptor or the blacksmith. It is crucial to master them, for what man thinks “is what he is, and a thing is as he thinks it. If he thinks a fire, he is a fire” (paracelsus)