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Your Mind and How to Use It: A Manual of Practical Psychology
Memory: How to Develop, Train, and Use It
Master Mind - The Key To Mental Power Development And Efficiency
The Power of Concentration
Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life
Dynamic Thought - The Law of Vibrant Energy
The Inner Consciousness: A Course of Lessons on the Inner Planes of the Mind, Intuition, Instinct, Automatic Mentation, and Other Wonderful Phases of Mental Phenomen
Memory Culture: The Science of Observing, Remembering and Recalling
Mind Power: The Secret of Mental Magic
Practical Mental Influence
The Secret of Mental Magic: A Course of Seven Lessons
Self-Healing by Thought Force
The Subconscious and the Superconscious Planes of Mind
Suggestion and Auto-Suggestion
Telepathy: Its Theory, Facts, and Proof
Thought-Culture; Or, Practical Mental Training
William Walker Atkinson (1862-1932) was a prolific writer. His works treat themes related to the mental world, occultism, divination, psychic reality, and mankind's nature.
"THERE EXISTS IN NATURE A DYNAMIC MENTAL PRINCIPLE—A MIND-POWER—PERVADING ALL SPACE—IMMANENT IN ALL THINGS—MANIFESTING IN AN INFINITE VARIETY OF FORMS, DEGREES, AND PHASES. I hold that this energy, or force, or dynamic principle, is no respecter of persons. Its service, like that of the sun and rain, and all natural forces, is open to all—just and unjust; good and bad; high and low; rich and poor. It responds to the proper efforts, no matter by whom exerted, or for what purpose called into effect. But the proper effort must be exerted, consciously or unconsciously, else there will be no operation of the force." (Extract)
Un pensamiento intenso o constante nos convertirá en el centro de atracción de las ondas correspondientes de los demás. Lo semejante atrae a lo semejante en el Mundo del Pensamiento; “cosecharéis lo que hayáis sembrado”. Los pájaros de plumaje parecido vuelan juntos en el mundo del pensamiento; y las maldiciones, como las gallinas, vienen a casa a cocinarse, además de traer a sus amigos con ellas.
The original guide to manifesting! The full original text, revised for the 21st century!
In this timeless classic, William Walker Atkinson introduces the paradigm shifting concept of The Law of Attraction. This “one great law” governs the universe and the world we experience. It simply states that whatever the focus of our thoughts and expectations—whatever we desire or fear—is exactly what we receive. In The Law of Attraction Atkinson shows readers how to harness this radical power to create a life of abundance and happiness.
The simple choice to replace a negative thought with a positive one is a small thing, but it can be the beginning of a new life, new freedom, and new abundance.
Long before others were writing on the subject, Atkinson was the first to develop a complete understanding of the Law of Attraction. First published under the title Thought Vibration, this new edition of the book has been fully revised and updated for modern readers. Rediscover Atkinson's pioneering insights in The Law of Attraction and transform your life!
William Walker Atkinson was a notable author who wrote extensively on topics such as personal development, psychology, spirituality, and the power of the mind. He was known for his work in the New Thought movement and his contributions to the self-help genre.
William Walker Atkinson
The Art of Expression and The Principles of Discourse
First published 1910
"Aristotle makes the very essence of rhetoric to lie in the distinct recognition of a hearer. Hence its rules are not absolute, like those of logic, but relative to the character and circumstances of those addressed; for though truth is one, and correct reasoning must always be correct, the ways of communicating truth are many. Being the art of communication by language, rhetoric applies to any subject matter that can be treated in words, but has no subject matter peculiar to itself. It does not undertake to furnish a person with something to say; but it does undertake to tell him how best to say that with which he has provided himself.” Before one can successfully apply the Art of Expression, he must first have something to express. In order to express thoughts and ideas, one must first have evolved these thoughts and ideas. As Coleridge well says: “Style is the art of conveying the meaning appropriately and with perspicuity, whatever that meaning may be. But some meaning there must be, for in order to form a good style, the primary rule and condition is — not to attempt to express ourselves in language before we thoroughly know our own meaning.”
It is not our purpose to attempt to make orators or elocutionists of the readers of this book. The phase of expression which is manifested in public speaking is better taught by the many text books on oratory or elocution, although we shall have something to say regarding the arrangement and general expression of one’s ideas that may be useful to the public speaker. Our purpose, however, is rather to impress upon the ordinary individual the methods and principles of correct, clear and forcible expression of his ideas in the ordinary walks of life. Whoever has communication with his fellowmen should learn to express his ideas and thoughts to them in a clear, correct and forcible manner. Not only the man selling goods to others, but also every one who has social or business dealings of any kind with others, should acquire the art whereby he may impress his ideas upon the others forcibly and clearly..."
Writing as Magus Incognito, William Walker Atkinson reintroduces a new generation of readers to the Rosicrucian ideals, as well as to a myriad of connections between occult concepts as varied as alchemy, reincarnation, the astral plane, auras, Eastern and Western mysticism, and the "evolution of mankind" among seven esoteric versions of planets in our solar system.
There are more than two dozen organizations of Rosicrucians, with local groups in nearly every state--more than 100 in all--and half a million or more followers. Interest continues to be high in this group.
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