Thoughts are Things

Thoughts are Things

by Prentice Mulford
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Thoughts are Things by Prentice Mulford

Prentice Mulford was one of the leaders of the New Thought Movement. Thoughts are Things will help you use the power of your thoughts to improve your life and to bring yourself the peace of mind you've always wished for. Learn how to think in a way that will help you succeed and make you happier in every aspect of your life. This book holds the Secret to the Law of Attraction! The inclusion of Mulford's brilliant essay "The God in You" makes this the definitive edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781877527081
Publisher: The Floating Press
Publication date: 01/01/2009
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 193 KB

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Thoughts Are Things (Barnes & Noble Edition) 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Killer_7001 More than 1 year ago
Someone goofed and the publishers put the book out into the market anyway. It's kind of like going to a restaurant and the waitress knows that your order is messed up, but she brings it to you anyway hoping that you won't notice the errors. However, once you hack through many of the typos, what you have left is some valuable information that will remain inert unless put into practice. I disagree with the author on many points and agree with many as well. There are some nuggets of information that I know will help me with my daily thinking and thought process. It's a short book--less than 130 pages and can be read in less than a week.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The previous reviewer mentioned the many typographical errors. All I can imagine is that they have never run into British Spelling before. There are no typos unless you consider British spelling to be an error. Wonderful book.
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pompernickel More than 1 year ago
good book highly recommended .
gordonknight More than 1 year ago
wishful thinking posing as scientific method. very skillful weaving of unrelated and weak data into a fabric that cannot be turned to any useful purpose. worse, she could be right.
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