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The burgeoning conflict between science and organized religion in the Nineteenth Century had many cultural offshoots, one of the most significant of which was the New Thought movement. New Thought exponents sought to reconcile the principles of science and general spirituality in a synthetic practical philosophy which explored the universality of the human experience. The literature which developed as a consequence has provided the basic material used by most of today's self-help practitioners, and has won enduring popularity because of the simplicity of its concepts and the practical methods it espouses. Among the earliest and most celebrated of these authors was James Allen (1864 - 1912). A reclusive man, he spent the last ten years of his life in rural seclusion in the village of Ilfracombe in Devon, during which period he wrote most of his twenty books. The most famous of these is As A Man Thinketh, a short treatise of the power of thought. This short work is one of the first great classics of self-help literature, and has never been out of print since it was first published in 1902. Allen's main thesis is that thought is not just a vehicle for comprehending and explaining the world, but is also the prime mechanism for creating and changing human experience. While Allen's views may remain controversial, a vast audience of readers has found his work greatly inspiring. (Algy Pug)
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This is a great book that draws great examples that intertwines with the ultimate laws of human habits that creates positive vs negative cause and effects. A great novel to digest and read indeed!
The author has explained in simple words that how does our thoughts shapes our life.
Hard to believe that a book written this long ago is so relevant still today. This is a must read, and relays simple but true wisdom about how one’s thoughts create the framework for our lives. Much better than expected and accurate, timeless wisdom.
This is a good book and a must read.
Top 5 for me! Excellent read and a must have for any and every human alive!
knowledge is power
"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine: but a broken spirit drieth the bones."
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