Essential Ernest Holmes: Collected Writings by the Author of the Science of Mind

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Here, in one volume, is a selection of the core and essential writings by internationally renowned scholar, mystic, and author Ernest Holmes, providing readers with a library of the most important ideas in the religious psychology that Holmes defined.

The Essential Ernest Holmes comprises selections from classic works such as This Thing Called You, The Science of Mind textbook, and Creative Mind and Success-but also included are brilliant passages from some of Holmes's ...

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Overview

Here, in one volume, is a selection of the core and essential writings by internationally renowned scholar, mystic, and author Ernest Holmes, providing readers with a library of the most important ideas in the religious psychology that Holmes defined.

The Essential Ernest Holmes comprises selections from classic works such as This Thing Called You, The Science of Mind textbook, and Creative Mind and Success-but also included are brilliant passages from some of Holmes's lesser-known works, such as The Voice Celestial, as well as a generous sampling from articles and lectures.

The book features remembrances of the beloved sage and teacher from the works of his contemporaries; a chronology of Holmes's life and work; and an accessible introduction by editor Jesse Jennings that frames Holmes's body of ideas for all readers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781585421817
  • Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 8/28/2002
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 533,353
  • Product dimensions: 5.99 (w) x 8.97 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Founding Minister of the Creative Life Spiritual Center in Houston, Jesse Jennings was ordained a minister in the United Church of Religious Science in 1988. His "Q&A" column has appeared monthly in Science of Mind magazine for ten years.

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Table of Contents

The Essential Ernest HolmesForeword
Introduction

Part I: The Law Of Mind
I. There Is One Life
II. What We Are Looking For, We Are Looking At and With
III. What Mind Can Conceive
IV. The Power Responds to All Alike

Part II: The Central Flame
V. The Meeting Place of Science and Religion
VI. Conviction, Warmth, Color and Imagination
VII. The Body of God
VIII. What Is Known at One Point Is Known Everywhere

Part III: The Veil Is Thin Between
IX. The World Has Suffered Enough
X. Jesus and the Christ
XI. Untapped Powers in the Self
XII. The Banquet Hall of Heaven

Afterword
Chronology
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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