Your Forces And How To Use Them

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Grown out of author Prentice Mulford's spiritual nature and study of the metaphysical and the mundane, Your Forces and How to Use Them, originally published in 1911, is at once a description of the mental forces we all possess and an expression of those that are not so obvious, but of which we subconsciously take part.

Touching on topics as varied and as cerebral as dream-life, memory, mesmerism, knowledge, and the power of positive thinking, this fascinating study of the ...

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Overview

Grown out of author Prentice Mulford's spiritual nature and study of the metaphysical and the mundane, Your Forces and How to Use Them, originally published in 1911, is at once a description of the mental forces we all possess and an expression of those that are not so obvious, but of which we subconsciously take part.

Touching on topics as varied and as cerebral as dream-life, memory, mesmerism, knowledge, and the power of positive thinking, this fascinating study of the psycho-spiritual is a must for anyone curious about the power of the human mind.

American author PRENTICE MULFORD (1834-1891) is one of the oddest fixtures of 19th-century literature. After moving for years in the literary and Bohemian sets of San Francisco in the 1860s as a writer of humorous short stories, he lived as a hermit in New Jersey, where he wrote the books of modern spirituality that made him a pioneer of modern self-help philosophies, including Thoughts Are Things and The God in You.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780548001189
  • Publisher: Kessinger Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 7/25/2007
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 5.98 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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