"This book is without question the most important contribution to the subject of mental healing every published. It gives the history of the discoveries and practice of P.P. Quimby, whose researches began in 1840, and tells in his own words how he came to develop the silent method of healing and to acquire his theory known as the 'science of Health.' The book as a whole contains an adequate statement of Quimby's original theory as found in his manuscripts, 1846-65. The volume also contains the writings, hitherto inaccessible, which Mary Baker Eddy borrowed during her stay in Portland as Quimby's patient." -from the Publisher's Note
The New Thought movement, a major spiritual force in the world today, begins here, with the teaching of P.P. Quimby. Christian Science, Religious Science, Unity, and related movements all begin with the insights of this simple faith healer, who believed he had rediscovered the teaching method that Jesus himself employed.
Long out of print, the Apocryphile Press honors the contribution of Quimby and his progeny to America's spiritual history by reissuing this volume as part of our New Though Heritage Series.
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