New thought is the culmination of many recent cults, and this volume aims at a clear and distinct statement of the principles of the philosophy signified by the term. The author seeks to set forth the divergence between t(ie new system, orthodox creeds and Christian Science. Some of the chapter subjects are: definition of new thought, origin of the creeds, universal mind in man, man illimitable and unfinished, as a man thinketh, ethics of the creed, voices of the new free thought, the art of living. CONTENTS: Foreword Chapter I - New Thought Defined Chapter Ii - Origin Of The Creeds Chapter Iii - New Thought And The Creeds Chapter Iv - New Thought And Christian Science Chapter V - Universal Mind In Man Chapter Vi - Man Illimitable Chapter Vii - Man Unfinished Chapter Viii - As A Man Thinketh Chapter Ix - Ethics Of The Creeds Chapter X - Ethics Of New Thought Chapter Xi - Voices Of New Thought Chapter Xii - The Art Of Living
It is a tempting idea to believe that the power to achieve happiness and success is already in our hands. It is revolutionary to not only declare that it is true, but to show empirical evidence and teach the secret of reining in one's own power, particularly in a volume as small and accessible as this one, first published in 1901. Nonetheless, Floyd B. Wilson does just that-coaches the skills necessary to focus one's powers of concentration and suggestion to shape the world and draw to you the results you desire while illuminating the way to create harmony of mind, body, and soul, and most importantly, maintain a true and pure spiritual self.American FLOYD BAKER WILSON (b. 1845) spent a great deal of time studying the spiritual world, magnetism, and Eastern philosophy. A professional attorney and member of the order of Masons, he authored a number of books on New Age Thought, including Man Limitless (1905), Man of To-morrow (1914), and Through Silence to Realization (1906).
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