Dr. Frederick Bailes (1889-1970) of Los Angeles, Calif. was among the most popular and important teachers of the Science of Mind. Dr. Bailes served with Science of Mind founder Ernest Holmes as Assistant Dean of the Science of Mind Institute in Los Angeles. He also headed the largest Science of Mind church of its day. In addition, Dr. Bailes was an accomplished metaphysical healer, having healed himself of a so-called incurable disease, using the very technique “Treatment” that he explains in these Lessons. “The Science of Mind philosophy,” says Dr. Frederick Bailes, “is not a few psychological tricks; it is a life to be lived.”
Hidden Power for Human Problemsby Frederick W. Bailes
Dr. Frederick Bailes was born into a family of pioneers in
One of only seven "Parent" thoughts lies behind every single human problem. This book exposes these "Parent" thoughts and their many dreadful "children". It is extraordinarily helpful to know how to identify the parent thought hidden behind whatever the problem by tracing the "child" back to the "parent".
Dr. Frederick Bailes was born into a family of pioneers in New Zealand and was educated to be a medical missionary. Just as he was completing his training he was found to have diabetes, a so-called “incurable” condition, which prevented him from entering his work.
'Shortly afterward, he came across the writing of Judge Thomas Troward and began to develop a philososphy for living which led to his complete recovery long before the discovery of insulin. Later, as a student at a large London hospital, Dr. Bailes closely observed the mental factors which entered into the recovery of patients and noticed that certain fundamental thought-patters invariable produced bodily reactions. By stimulating his patients causative mental patterns toward healing, Dr. Bailes soon found remarkable results.
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