The Power of Concentration, Part Three: Create the Life You Want, A Hampton Roads Collection

The Power of Concentration, Part Three: Create the Life You Want, A Hampton Roads Collection

by Theron Q. Dumont, Mina Parker
     
 

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Mina Parker, tireless mom and author of 365 Excuse Me...(inspired by the late Lynn Grabhorn), introduces the new Hampton Roads Collection of motivational classics. These affordable digital shorts will help the harried and the hurried to breathe deep, reassess, and re-purpose their day in the time it takes to drink a large latte.

The penultimate of the

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Mina Parker, tireless mom and author of 365 Excuse Me...(inspired by the late Lynn Grabhorn), introduces the new Hampton Roads Collection of motivational classics. These affordable digital shorts will help the harried and the hurried to breathe deep, reassess, and re-purpose their day in the time it takes to drink a large latte.

The penultimate of the five lessons from Dumont's classic on harnessing the power of concentration. Filled with practical advice, as well as aphorisms and stories, these early writings provide reassurance that our thoughts and intentions can change our life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781619400771
Publisher:
Hampton Roads Publishing Company, Inc.
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Series:
Create the Life You Want
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
412 KB

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Meet the Author

Theron Q. Dumont (William Walker Atkinson) (1862-1932)The name Theron Q. Dumont was one of many pseudonyms used by William Walker Atkinson, the author, publisher, and hugely influential member of the New Thought Movement. Atkinson remains an extremely mysterious figure due to his personal secrecy and his widespread use of pseudonyms, which include Theodore Sheldon, Theron Q. Dumont, The Three Initiates, Yogi Ramacharaka, and Magus Incognitus, among many others. In Chicago—a major center for the New Thought Movement—Atkinson wrote his first book, Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life (1900), wrote articles for Elizabeth Towne's magazine The Nautilis, and was temporarily honorary president of the International New Thought Alliance. Atkinson ultimately published over one hundred books.

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Mina Parker is a freelance writer, editor, and mom. Her other books for Conari are Half Full, Mother Is a Verb, 100 Good Wishes for Baby and Her Inspiration. She has also worked as an actor, a grant writer, and an administrator for several non-profits. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and son.

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