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Henry Harrison Brown

Henry Harrison Brown

Henry Harrison Brown was an early leader in the New Thought movement. Although he was never quoted by James Allen, Allen read and reviewed several of his books.

Man's Greatest Discovery: Six Soul Culture Essays

Man's Greatest Discovery: Six Soul Culture Essays

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
"The author deals with the power of thought in the individual, but in a metaphysical rather than ethical manner. The entire book, in fact, is really the reiteration of a small portion of that vast accumulation of metaphysic which has come down to us from the remotest ages, chiefly through the medium of the Aryan literature."

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Not Hypnotism, But Suggestion

Not Hypnotism, But Suggestion

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
"ln this book, the writer shows, with much logical lucidity, that the belief that a really good person can be hypnotized and forced to do an evil deed against his will, is a delusion; that no one can receive and be influenced by the suggestion of another, unless there is within him the soil, so to speak, in which that suggestion can take root and flourish; that, in fact, self-suggestion is the great factor, not only in hypnotism, but in nearly all psychological phenomena."

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