Thought Force In Business And Everyday Life

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William Walker Atkinson was a leading figure in the late 19th Centurys New Thought Movement which is the foundation of many of our current New Age beliefs.

William Walker Atkinson was a successful lawyer, but the stress and strain of his unenlightened pursuit of wealth and prestige resulted in a complete physical and mental breakdown, and ultimate financial disaster. For Walker, this was merely the darkest hour before the dawn: after discovering and mastering the principles of New Thought, he rebuilt his health and his career on a stronger and more stable foundation than he had ever conceived of before.

He also began to write extensively, under several psuedonyms, including Theron Q. Dumont, Yogi Ramacharaka, and he was most likely all three of the Initiates credited with the writing of The Kybalion. It is possible his successful career and conservative credibility as a lawyer inspired him to use all of these various psuedonyms.

Many of his books are still very popular today.... true wisdom never goes out of style, and William Walker Atkinson was a true master.

Thought Force In Business And Everyday Life
 

Authored by William Walker Atkinson, Dr. Jane Ma'ati Smith C.Hyp. Msc.D.

A series of lessons in personal magnetism, psychic influence, thought force, concentration, will power and practical mental science.

In this clear and classic work William Walker Atkinsons one and only purpose is to acquaint you with the means of developing, and effectively using the mighty forces latent within you- the awesome power of Personal Magnetism and Psychic Influence.

This book is not just theory- the author provides practical and easy to do excercises to allow you to develop your latent powers of influence and manifestation.


Publication Date:
2008-06-05
ISBN/EAN13:
1438235577 / 9781438235578
Page Count:
92
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Philosophy / Metaphysics




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