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The New Thought Library Science Of Mind

A Philosophy, A Faith, a Way of Life
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Putnam/Tarcher
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August, 1998
ISBN:
9780874779219
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$27.00 CAD
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The Science of Mind is one of the potent books of the twentieth century. Presenting life-changing ideas in straightforward language, with universal principles and a simple practical philosophy that apply to all people, at all times, in all places, Ernest Holmes’s The Science of Mind has helped millions (since its first publication in 1926 and subsequent revision by the author in 1938) to live better, happier lives.

Everything our thought rests upon is either retarded or quickened by the power of that thought. Everyone is a law unto himself, under the great law of cause and effect governing all things.

When we constructively praise and creatively bless, life abounds with love, peace and joy. Let goodness shine forth. Let us learn to see that everyone is an evolving Christ. Let us so live and think that we may retire at night in peace, knowing that no harm can come to the soul; that we may rise in the morning renewed in body and in mind, with a brighter outlook, a happier expectation and a clearer joy, looking upon all with love, condemning none and blessing even those who seek to injure us.

Ernest Holmes’s seminal works, written well before the world was engaged in the revolution in mind and brain research, helped establish the beginnings of the inner spiritual movement and became the basis for one of the U.S.’s major religious denominations, the United Church of Religious Science. The Science of Mind contains the fundamentals of Holmes’s teachings and is a primary sourcebook, reminding us that it is possible for human beings to be, in Jean Houston’s words, “active and creative citizens in a Universe and Innerverse richer than all previous imaginings.”

In her foreword to this 1998 edition, Jean Houston writes, “This is a book for the ages. It contains the distilled wisdom of many eras, many cultures, and one great soul.... If I were to state the essence of the teaching of The Science of Mind, it would be that the core of each human being is the Original Creative Genius of the Universe.”

Publisher’s Description: 

More than seventy years ago, Ernest Holmes founded the Religious Science movement, and he went on to affect thinkers across the country profoundly with his study of the limitless potential of the human mind. His work, based on the teachings of both Eastern and Western traditions and on the empirical nature of science, detailed the amazing, subtle powers of the mind and explained many of the basic truths known to the enlightened of all ages. The Science of Mind contains the fundamentals of Holme’s teaching. In imparting an unrivaled technique for living, this classic guide speaks clearly to a world caught in transition and searching for guidance.

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