This book lays down the first steps in the Path of Enlightenment, and expounds the method by which the higher powers of the mind are cultivated. It shows how to gain self-mastery, and ascend, by successive stages, into a higher and nobler life.
This book unfolds the method of mental cultivation, shows how habits of thought are formed and re-formed, and gives deﬁnite and methodical instructions in the regulation and control of one‘s thoughts.
This book was published in 1904 and is the sequel to As a Man Thinketh.
It has been described as:
The work of an idealist expressed in terms of considerable beauty and force. A settled peace will be acquired if its teaching is attained. Its words will be appreciated by all seekers after truth, and his practical suggestions can be carried out by the busiest workers. This is a charming little volume in Mr. Allen's quiet, thoughtful style. It contains such good sense, expressed in a simple and attractive manner. No one could possibly read the book without profit.