Mental Chemistry

Mental Chemistry

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by Charles Haanel
     
 

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For every problem, there is a solution. For every person, there is a meaning. For every success, there is a formula.

'Chemistry is the science which treats of the intra-atomic or the intra-molecular changes which material things undergo under various influences. Mental is defined as "of or appertaining to the mind, including intellect, feeling, and will, or the

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For every problem, there is a solution. For every person, there is a meaning. For every success, there is a formula.

'Chemistry is the science which treats of the intra-atomic or the intra-molecular changes which material things undergo under various influences. Mental is defined as "of or appertaining to the mind, including intellect, feeling, and will, or the entire rational nature." Science is knowledge gained and verified by exact observation and correct thinking. Mental chemistry is, therefore, the science which treats of the changes which material conditions undergo through the operations of the mind, verified by exact observation and correct thinking.' -Charles F. Haanel

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781535178686
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/07/2016
Pages:
162

Meet the Author

Charles Francis Haanel (May 22, 1866 - November 27, 1949) was a noted American New Thought author, philosopher and a businessman. He is best known for his contributions to the New Thought Movement through his book The Master Key System.

The Haanel family was of Swedish extraction but had lived in Silesia, Prussia, before emigrating to Canada and thence to the United States.

In St. Louis: History of the Fourth City, the author Walter B. Stevens wrote that "Charles F. Haanel was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the son of Hugo and Emeline (Fox) Haanel." He was the fourth of six children.[6] According to Stevens, "The family moved to St. Louis, Missouri when Charles was a child. His first job was as an office boy for the National Enameling & Stamping Company in St. Louis, and he worked for this firm in varying capacities for fifteen years before striking out on his own as a writer and businessman."

In 1885 he married Esther M. Smith. They had one son and two daughters. In 1891 his wife died. In 1908 he married for the second time, to Margaret Nicholson of St. Louis, whose father was W. A. Nicholson.

Haanel's book The Master Key System was published in 1912 when he was 46 years old. It is written in the form of a course in New Thought, mental development, financial success, and personal health. The book was heavily promoted in the pages of Elizabeth Towne's New Thought magazine The Nautilus. By 1933 it had allegedly sold over 200,000 copies worldwide. Haanel practiced the financial principles he preached and was a self-made success who owned several major companies. According to Stevens, writing in 1909, "He was president of the Continental Commercial Company, president of the Sacramento Valley Improvement Company, and president of the Mexico Gold & Silver Mining Company."

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Mental Chemistry 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
mental chemistry brings character to new ways of thought.
fortunately those how seek with open eyes and hearts, will move to a higher degree of intelligence and personal understanding.
Mr.Finley More than 1 year ago
This guy took books by William Walker Atkinson and copied them. All his books were first done by W.W.A. Do the research and you will agree. He took the titles, principles and words from W.W.A.and acted like he came up with them.