Thoughts Are Things: Prentice Mulford's Positive Thinking and Law of Attraction Masterpiece, A New Thought Self-Help Guide to Successby Prentice Mulford
Prentice Mulford was a Law of Attraction pioneer, defining the New Thought movement along with Ralph Waldo Emerson, Napoleon Hill, Wallace D. Wattles, James Allen, and Charles F Haanel. In Thoughts Are Things, Mulford explains how our thoughts affect us in achieving our goals and our overall happiness. How we think about ourselves, our work, and our lives greatly influences outcomes in all activities. Medical Science has long known that a patient's attitude affects the patient's recovery, and in some cases may be the difference between life and death. Mulford expertly explains how to gain control of our thoughts in a practical and specific manner, showing us how to reshape and focus them onto our goals and placing us on the path to achieving success and improving our lives.
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I purchased this book because I wanted to get into the Law of Attraction and find out what the big deal about it is. I was mostly just interested in using the idea to improve my money situation. The book does have plenty of that. It spends a lot of time discussing how our thoughts influence our actions and attitudes, and in turn those thoughts and attitudes affect our finances. What was extra that I wasn't prepared for was how this idea of thoughts affecting our actions and attitudes applies to every area of life, not just business. It affects our overall happiness and success in dating, friends, self esteem, and achieving personal goals too. It's a philosophy of life that shows immediate results when applied properly. I had no idea how many negative thoughts I was casting on my own life until I started paying attention after reading this book. It's not just a lot of fluff, which is what I was skeptical about before reading, it has a lot of practical advice and examples.