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The Secret Door To Success

By: Shinn, F. Scovel

Description: Within each of us there is a door to success. The difference between people who succeed and people who do not is the knowledge of how to succeed. Let Florence Scovel Shinn's classic book show you how to find and unlock the door to the secret knowledge of success. Success can and will be yours!

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Your Word is Your Wand

By: Shinn, F. Scovel

Description: HO WAS FLORENCE SCOVEL SHINN?...... Ms. Shinn was an artist and a metaphysics teacher in New York in the early part of the 20th century. Her books are truly incredible. They are relatively short, but they are profound. In her books she shows that we can enjoy a winning streak of health, prosperity, and happiness. She shares real-life stories with us from her many clients to illustrate how positive attitudes and affirmations invariably succeed in making one a...

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The Science of Getting Rich

By: Wattles, W. D.

Description: This little 'prosperity consciousness' book has been cited by the author of the bestselling The Secret as a primary source. Fairly typical of the period literature on this belief system, it remains to be seen whether the modern version of this has anything new to say which hasn't been said here, and in many other books.

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An Eternal Career

By: Hammer, F. L.

Description: The purpose of this book is to acquaint readers with the fact that they are immortal souls embarked upon an eternal career. Also, to impress upon them that they are every day, yes, every moment, fashioning the bodies and creating the conditions of their future existence. Unfortunately most people incorrectly suppose life to be only that brief interlude between birth and death; consequently they live as if this world were all and devote themselves to mundane ...

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What All the World's A-Seeking

By: Trine. R. W.

Description: This short book by Ralph Waldo Trine stands out in the huge body of New Thought literature for several reasons. First of all, he uses the phrase 'A Science of Mind' nearly two decades before the Ernest Holmes book of the same title. Second, and much more importantly, is the stress he places on service and compassion, not only to humanity, but to also animals, in fact, all sentient or conscious beings. This, of course, echoes Buddhist sentiments. It also addr...

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Letters of Myrtle Fillmore

By: Fillmore, Myrtle

Description: Known as co-founder of the world wide Unity movement with her husband Charles Fillmore. Myrtle dedicated her life to the healing prayer work of the Unity movement from which the famed Silent Unity derives its mission. To this day her loving presence is felt not only at Unity World Headquarters, but in Unity Churches all over the world. She was a friend, a counselor, and a teacher to those who wanted to learn the Truth of Jesus Christ. Myrtle Fillmore prov...

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The Quimby Manuscripts

By: Quimby, P. P.

Description: FOR many years a mass of documents of interest to Christian Scientists and to their critics as well, has been withheld from publication, although earnestly sought. These documents were written by Dr. P. P. Quimby, of Portland, Maine, and contain his views regarding mental and spiritual healing. They became familiar to Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy when she visited Dr. Quimby as a patient, and it has been charged by her critics that many of the ideas later promulgated...

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Beowulf in Anglo-Saxon

Description: 'Tis better to die than to live in shame. The oldest existing story written in Old English, Beowulf is the classic tale of courage and honor. In the Great Hall of Hrothgar, King of the Danes, the warrior Beowulf, son of a Swedish King, wages battle with the monster Grendel. The introduction contains a short history of the English language and a description of Anglo-Saxon culture.

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Know Your Magnetic Field

By: Gray, W. E.

Description: One of the mainstays of New Thought has been the concept that diseases can be healed using mental abilities inherent in everyone. This short book describes one view of the mechanics of this in simple terms. This is far outside what conventional medicine believes to be effective, and obviously using this as a first resort would be unwise. However, it is today possible to find practicioners of this method, or something similar, in the phone book in most large ...

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The Secret of the Ages

By: Collier, Robert

Description: What makes a New Thought classic? Obviously most of these books are delivering the exact same message. Collier here demonstrates a combination of factors which seems to win over readers: a folksy--but not cornball--style, lots of inspirational quotes, particularly from the Bible, and, most of all, constant repetition of the theme that you, too, can tap the power of the Infinite, and get healthy and rich just by instructing your unconsious mind to do so.

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The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science

By: Troward, T. (Thomas), 1847-1916

Description: "Published, 1909. Thirty-fourth printing [196-?]"

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Keep a True Lent

By: Fillmore, Charles

Description: THE CHRISTIAN world is once again observing the Lenten season; the season of prayer and fasting that precedes the joyous festivity of Easter. It is commonly believed that the Lenten period has to do with the events of the forty days preceding the Resurrection. This is an erroneous idea. Lent is a church institution, and there is no authorization for it anywhere in the New Testament. The idea, however, has a sound spiritual basis; Moses, Elijah, and Jesus Him...

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Think and Grow Rich

By: Hill, Napoleon

Description: his is one of the best-selling self-help books of all time. Written during the Great Depression, against a backdrop of millions of people out of work and a looming world war, Napoleon Hill's magnum opus held out hope that life could get better. While not considered part of the New Thought movement, Hill drew on many of their concepts and techniques. He prefigured the 'Prosperity Consciousness' of present-day New Age thinkers. And a host of motivational write...

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Nuggets of the New Thought; Several Things That Have Helped People

By: Atkinson, William Walker, 1862-1932
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The Twelve Powers of Man

By: Fillmore, Charles

Description: JESUS prophesied the advent of a race of men who would sit with Him on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel. This book explains the meaning of this mystical reference, what and where the twelve thrones are, and what attainments are necessary by man before he can follow Jesus in this phase of his regeneration. Regeneration follows generation in the development of man. Generation sustains and perpetuates the human; regeneration unfolds and glori...

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Atom-Smashing Power of Mind

By: Fillmore, Charles

Description: The Atom-Smashing Power of Mind is one of Charles Fillmore’s most inspiring pic of writing. Charles was a leader in the New Thought movement, his desire to make the world a different place has created one of the largest New Thought Denomination in the world, the Unity Church. The book describes how man can use the power of his Thought to Change his circumstances. ‘Zeal is the great universal force that impels man to spring forward in a field of endeavor and ...

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Life and its Mysteries

By: Hammer, F. L.

Description: This is a short collection of articles by a WWII-era US author who appears to have been influenced by New Thought, and to a lesser extent, Theosophy. He offers plain answers, without any metaphysical jargon, to the 'big' questions, including Where do animals go when they die?. So far not much seems to available online about Frank L. Hammer, particularly biographical: perhaps a reader can supply some information. All of his books have been out of print for ye...

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Jesus Christ heals

By: Fillmore, Charles

Description: First published in 1939, Jesus Christ Heals continues to reveal startling truths about the healing methods used by Jesus, methods that have gained new relevance from the recent discoveries of quantum physics and other sciences. Charles Fillmore saw the healings of Jesus Christ, traditionally viewed as miracles, as outworkings of universal mental and spiritual laws. Fillmore taught that anyone can learn and use these healings methods if willing to comply wit...

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A Common-Sense View of the Mind Cure

By: Westall, L. M.

Description: A lot of the theories floated by progressive thinkers at the turn of the 20th century have today been consigned to the dust bin of history. Some have, however, entered the mainstream. For instance, the 'Mind Cure,' essentially New Thought/Christian Science without the mystical and religious entanglements, is not so far off from what is now termed mind-body medicine. This long-out-of-print book is a succinct and very clearly written exposition of the Mind Cur...

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Teach Us to Pray

By: Fillmore, Charles

Description: harles Fillmore was an innovative thinker, a pioneer in metaphysical thought at a time when most religious thought in America was entirely orthodox. He was a lifelong advocate of the open, inquiring mind, and he took pride in keeping abreast of the latest scientific and educational discoveries and theories. Many years ago he wrote, What you think today may not be the measure for your thought tomorrow; and it seems likely that were he to compile this book tod...

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