Complete Romance Religious Philosophy Self Help by James Allen

Complete Romance Religious Philosophy Self Help

byJames Allen

Kobo ebook | May 5, 2014

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Featuring 10 beloved works, including As a Man Thinketh, Eight Pillars of Prosperity, The Mastery of Destiny, and From Poverty to Power, here is the first-ever comprehensive and definitive collection of the books of self-help pioneer James Allen.

This book provides a life­time's worth of wisdom and guidance from one of history's leading voices of self- affirming and motivational philosophy.

Includes an active table of contents for easy navigation.
The Way of Peace (1907)
As a Man Thinketh (1902)
Eight Pillars of Prosperity (1911)
All These Things Added (1903)
Above Life's Turmoil (1910)
From Poverty to Power (1901)
The Mastery of Destiny (1909)
Byways of Blessedness (1904)
Foundation stones to happiness and success (1913)
From Passion to Peace (1910)

The Way of Peace (1907)
It reflects more accurately his New Thought Movement affiliations, referencing as it does Christianity, Buddhism and Hinduism. This book essentially a treatise on the importance of meditation as a 'pathway to divinity'. Whatever we meditate upon, Allen explains, we become. If you meditate upon ' that which is selfish and debasing, you will ultimately become selfish and debased'. Whereas if you meditate upon ' that which is pure and unselfish you will surely become pure and unselfish'.

As a Man Thinketh (1902)
A classic 'self-help' book.

Eight Pillars of Prosperity (1911)
The moral virtues are the foundation and support of prosperity as they are the soul of greatness. They endure for ever, and all the works of man which endure are built upon them. Without them there is neither strength, stability, nor substantial reality, but only ephemeral dreams. To find moral principles is to have found prosperity, greatness, truth, and is therefore to be strong, valiant, joyful and free.

Above Life's Turmoil (1910)
We cannot alter external things, nor shape other people to our liking, nor mould the world to our wishes but we can alter internal things,-our desires, passions, thoughts,-we can shape our liking to other people, and we can mould the inner world of our own mind in accordance with wisdom, and so reconcile it to the outer world if men and things.

Title:Complete Romance Religious Philosophy Self HelpFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 5, 2014Publisher:Philosophy SelfHelp PublishingLanguage:English

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