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Ursula N. Gestefeld

Ursula N. Gestefeld

James Allen spoke of Ursula Gestefeld, saying she "is one of the most intellectual and refined of American Metaphysical writers."

How We Master Our Fate

How We Master Our Fate

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:

Mrs. Gestefeld is one of the most intellectual and refined of American Metaphysical writers. In this book there is much close consecutiveness of thought, and the ideas are worked out clearly and logically. She constantly introduces some simple simile, and applies it patiently in all its parts, in order to aid the reader in his reasoning. Every one of the twenty-five chapters is a book in itself, and is full of food for thought; and all the chapters combined circle round the one grand, central idea that man is, as soon as he realizes it, a creative Master, and the governor of Fate. The book is studded with beautiful thoughts, and is rich in helpful suggestions. The shortest chapter in the book and the best is "The Way To Happiness," the following short sentence from which will convey some idea of the quality and purpose of the book:—"How is dominion shown? By getting for yourself what someone else has? Or by proving yourself able to do without it?"

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The Breath of Life: A Series of Treatments

The Breath of Life: A Series of Treatments

James Allen reviewed this book, saying:
The Breath of Life, by Ursula N. Gestefeld, Exodus Publishing Co., is a dainty little cloth-bound book of 63 pages. It consists of nineteen spiritually inspired pieces which are designed as aids to meditation and the accomplishment of strength and peace of mind. Weary, doubting, truth-seeking souls will find them sweet and restful. The titles of some of the pieces are as follows:—"Where There Is Fear of Death," "Where There Is Fear of Failure In Business," "Where There Is Proneness To Anger," "Where There Is Tendency To Self-depreciation," "Where There Is Need For Patience?

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