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This 1928 book imparts all the wisdom of the New Psychology on the subject of fasting: the benefits of physical, mental, and emotional fasting, and the right way to fast in order to maximize those benefits.

This 1928 book imparts all the wisdom of the New Psychology on the subject of fasting: the benefits of physical, mental, and emotional fasting, and the right way to fast in order to maximize those benefits.

Along with information about clean food, clean products, THIS is what I teach my clients...  When you're conscious of your reactions/emotions/feelings and are able to simply sit with them, you are in such a powerful place.

Along with information about clean food, clean products, THIS is what I teach my clients... When you're conscious of your reactions/emotions/feelings and are able to simply sit with them, you are in such a powerful place.

As one of the first doctors of homeopathic medicine in New York City, this home-spun practitioner and metaphysician treated her patients medically and spiritually. Her unique approach was simple, clear and deeply rooted in her own experience.

As one of the first doctors of homeopathic medicine in New York City, this home-spun practitioner and metaphysician treated her patients medically and spiritually. Her unique approach was simple, clear and deeply rooted in her own experience.

In this classic book on time management, Bennett instructs his readers on how to live life to the fullest, given that there are twenty-four hours in a day and always so much to accomplish.

In this classic book on time management, Bennett instructs his readers on how to live life to the fullest, given that there are twenty-four hours in a day and always so much to accomplish.

French pharmacist and psychotherapist EMILE COUE (1857-1926) founded the Lorraine Society of Applied Psychology and was known across Europe and the U.S. for his theories on the power of autosuggestion, which was dubbed the "Coué Method" and is still practiced today.

French pharmacist and psychotherapist EMILE COUE (1857-1926) founded the Lorraine Society of Applied Psychology and was known across Europe and the U.S. for his theories on the power of autosuggestion, which was dubbed the "Coué Method" and is still practiced today.

This 1910 book is a unified work about all the broad array of worries that trouble the world, but it can be read in essaylike chunks.

This 1910 book is a unified work about all the broad array of worries that trouble the world, but it can be read in essaylike chunks.

In this two-in-one volume, which brings together two of Troward's celebrated books on "mental science," the author-who was renowned for presenting difficult ideas with clarity and enthusiasm-discusses: . the higher mode of intelligence that controls the lower . the unity of the spirit . the subjective and objective minds . the law of growth . intuition and the will . the subconscious mind . individuality . the creative power of thought . and much more.

In this two-in-one volume, which brings together two of Troward's celebrated books on "mental science," the author-who was renowned for presenting difficult ideas with clarity and enthusiasm-discusses: . the higher mode of intelligence that controls the lower . the unity of the spirit . the subjective and objective minds . the law of growth . intuition and the will . the subconscious mind . individuality . the creative power of thought . and much more.

This is the first book in Gordon's beloved "Quiet Talks" series of works, one that explores the mysteries of spiritual power.

This is the first book in Gordon's beloved "Quiet Talks" series of works, one that explores the mysteries of spiritual power.

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