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The Endless Creativeness of the Human Intelligence

I am familiar with the phenomena of spiritualism, and I will say that it—of all the theories extant—furnishes by far the best basis of belief in life beyond the grave. Spiritualism is not humbuggery. It is a genuine thing. Spirits, or what seem to be spirits, do make themselves visible…
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A Conquest of Fire by the Human Body

Man is entirely a mental creature; he is a mental statement of what he believes; his body is mental substance, and has been built by his thought, his thought as expressed in belief. If it were not for this fact, there would be no use in trying to conquer death.…
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The Law of Attraction

Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things in which smiles and kindnesses and small obligations,given habitually, are what win and preserve the heart and secure comfort.—Sir Humphrey Davy The end of life is to be like unto God: and the soul following God…
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Finding the Deathless Life

Selfishness is the root of the animal nature in man. Selfhood is the transmutation of the animal nature into the Divine Nature. Mankind will transmute selfishness into the Divine Selfhood when a knowledge of his divinity grows within his consciousness. So long as man thinks he is his body, he…
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The Law of Attraction

By the Law of Gravitation all matter is drawn towards the earth’s center. Nothing material has ever successfully defied it, yet all growth, whether it be the growth of the vegetable life, or the growth of the animal life, has striven to do so. The seedling lifts its frail leaves…
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The Kingdom of God

Oh man, know thyself! In thee is hid the treasure of treasures.Seek to converse in purity with your own pure mind and with God. The first and highest purity is that of the soul.—Epictetus The human heart is like heaven: the more angels the more room.—Fredericka Bremer What men have…
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Beliefs, Both Fixed and Unfixed

I now leave it to the reader to say whether death is a necessity of our organization, or a desirable thing, since spirit and matter are not two separate substances; and I will return to again consider what seems to be the spirit forms described so frequently by Spiritualists, and…
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Length of Life is Increasing

The brain or thought factory has always led. What it said was true was instantly built upon by the digestive system" and became flesh and blood. No matter how erroneous the statement may be which the brain makes, so long as that statement is accepted and believed, the digestive system…
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The Supreme Fact of Human Life

From the great central fact of the universe in regard to which we have agreed, namely, this Spirit of Infinite Life that is behind all and from which all comes, we are led to inquire as to what is the great central fact in human life. From what has gone…
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Inferences and Conclusions

A Careful study of all the factors involved leads to the conclusion that health is teachable. Mental healing is not a result of the influence of one personality impressed upon another, but comes through the agency of Truth, made operative by correct thinking and ideal delineation. No healer, however eminent,…
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Mental and Physical Chemistry in the Human Economy

The human body is a chemical laboratory. The mind is the conscious or unconscious chemist, and exercises direct control in all the multiform physical processes. Its compounding is performed unintelligently, and often ignorantly, but the final product is always the natural outcome of past and present mental activity, in quality…
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Endless Progression: Its Retardation by Fear

Self-dependence in the pursuit of wisdom—this alone is growth. Whenever a man is in a position that entails the necessity of leaning on some external aid, he is a dying man; his tendency is downward; he is under the so-called law of gravitation. Knock the props from under him; then,…
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From Selfishness to Selfhood

In proportion as we become self-centered by a recognition of the great importance of the "I," we come under the principle of attraction where our own comes to us. What is our own? Everything that we desire or aspire to in the process of true advancement. We often think we…
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Reviews of Books

The Will to be Well By Charles Brodie Patterson. In this work, the author (who is justly regarded as one of the most prominent spirits in the New Thought movement) explains in beautiful and simple language the reality of man's spiritual nature, and the powers and possibilities that attend his…
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The Law of Attraction

In attempting to define the seeming difference between the law of gravitation and the Law of Attraction, I showed that this seeming difference was a difference in the degree of intelligence in the objects that were attracted. I showed how the words "death to death" would explain the law of…
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Demand and Supply

Life is a train of moods like a string of beads, and, as we pass through them, they prove to be many-colored lenses which paint the world in their own hue, and each shows only what lies in its focus. From the mountain you see the mountain. Human life is…
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Forgiveness

If men only understoodAll the emptiness and actingOf the sleeping and the wakingOf the souls they judge so blindly,Of the hearts they pierce so unkindly,They, with gentler words and feeling,Would apply the balm of healing—If they only understood.—From If Men Only Understood by James Allen in Poems of Peace  …
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Mental Influences

The outer is always the shadow and form of the inner; the present is the fullness of the past, and the herald of the future.—Protap Chunder Mozoomdar Every right action and true thought sets the seal of its beauty on person and face.—Ruskin Exercise the mind with contemplation and the…
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