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Ralph Waldo Trine

Ralph Waldo Trine

Ralph Waldo Trine was an early leader in the New Thought movement. James Allen advertised and reviewed Trine's books in his magazine, The Light of Reason. His best known for his book, In Tune With the Infinite.

The Greatest Thing Ever Known

The Greatest Thing Ever Known

A beautiful book for those seeking the Spiritual Life.

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
"...he points the way, with the unique simplicity which is his most prominent characteristic as a writer, to conscious union with the Divine by a process of self-illumination. The teachings of Jesus are rather extensively dealt with, and receive at his hands a new interpretation and power, and one chapter consists almost entirely of quotations from that eminent ethical philosopher, Fichte. The following quotation will give the reader some idea of the general tone and purpose of the book:—"Redeemed from the bondage of the senses through which alone sin comes, and born into the heavenly state, into life eternal, is everyone who comes into the same relations with the Father, and hence into the same realization of his Oneness with the Father's Life that Jesus came into."

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In Tune With the Infinite

In Tune With the Infinite

Also called "Fullness of Peace, Power, and Plenty." This book was first published in 1897. Henry Ford is said to have given away hundreds of copies of this book. This is a book that shares many of the same views as As a Man Thinketh. It will help you to be prosperous, overcome inner struggles, and live a happy and healthy life.

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What All the World's A-Seeking

What All the World's A-Seeking

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
"Some of our friends have declared that they prefer this work to In Tune with the Infinite; we, however, whilst considering it as an inferior work, from an ethical point of view, to In Tune with the Infinite cannot but regard it as a beautiful and valuable addition to the "New Literature," and a work worthy in all respects of the pen of Ralph Waldo Trine. For inspiring thought and simplicity of diction, it certainly, of all his works, ranks next to his masterpiece."

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