How to Promote Yourself - The Lost Book of Wallace Wattles and the Science of Getting Rich Secret Chapters

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This book by Wallace Wattles is a Metaphysical Bombshell. When Wattles abruptly passed away, this little book was published soon thereafter in 1914. It is like having a "Part Two" of The Science of Getting Rich. Nine rare chapters by Wattles are contained along with expanded summaries, commentary, teachings. This manuscript "Brings It All Together". If you want to develop a holistic view of Wattles Teachings, then read this digest carefully. Go to this book when catch your confidence ebbing so you can make a full...
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This book by Wallace Wattles is a Metaphysical Bombshell. When Wattles abruptly passed away, this little book was published soon thereafter in 1914. It is like having a "Part Two" of The Science of Getting Rich. Nine rare chapters by Wattles are contained along with expanded summaries, commentary, teachings. This manuscript "Brings It All Together". If you want to develop a holistic view of Wattles Teachings, then read this digest carefully. Go to this book when catch your confidence ebbing so you can make a full shift of consciousness to the world of prosperity and richness of life which includes health, love, relationships, wealth, greatness, and more. Further, this book has knockout BONUS sections on the mental science of Thomas Troward & Genevieve Behrend, and on Ernest Holmes' classic book "Creative Mind and Success". This is the "Grand Slam of Prosperity Teachings". If you want to rapidly expand your consciousness, find this book and develop a comprehension of its teachings and power.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780615223490
  • Publisher: Mentz
  • Publication date: 7/28/2008
  • Pages: 80
  • Sales rank: 1,120,070
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.19 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2008

    Metaphysical Bombshell

    This book by Wallace Wattles is a Metaphysical Bombshell. When Wattles abruptly passed away, this little book was published soon thereafter in 1914. It is like having a 'Part Two' of The Science of Getting Rich. Nine rare chapters by Wattles are contained along with expanded summaries, commentary, teachings. This manuscript 'Brings It All Together'. If you want to develop a holistic view of Wattles Teachings, then read this digest carefully. Go to this book when catch your confidence ebbing so you can make a full shift of consciousness to the world of prosperity and richness of life which includes health, love, relationships, wealth, greatness, and more. Further, this book has knockout BONUS sections on the mental science of Thomas Troward & Genevieve Behrend, and on Ernest Holmes' classic book 'Creative Mind and Success'. This is the 'Grand Slam of Prosperity Teachings'. If you want to rapidly expand your consciousness, find this book and develop a comprehension of its teachings and power.

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