This Thing Called Life (The New Thought Library Series)



2010 Reprint Of 1943 Edition This Is A Powerful Little Book It Explains How Our Thinking Becomes The Law Of Our Life And That Instead Of Blaming God For Our Suffering And Our Challenges We Should Understand The Need To Change Our Thinking, Which Will, In Turn, Change Our Life This Isn T As Easy As It Might Appear, But Can We Done With Effort And Practice The Goal Is To Understand That We Are Co Creators With God, And Connected To The All Knowing Ernest Holmes 1887 1960 Founded Religious Science, An Important Part Of The New Thought Movement Schooled In Christian Science, He Moved To Los Angeles In 1912 Holmes Published His First Book, Creative Mind In 1919, And Followed It Up With Creative Mind And Success, And Then The Science Of Mind In 1926 Holmes Had An Immense Influence On New Age Beliefs, Particularly His Core Philosophy That We Create Our Own Reality.This Thing Called Life (The New Thought Library Series)

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  • Hardcover
  • This Thing Called Life (The New Thought Library Series)
  • Ernest Holmes
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9780874778670

10 thoughts on “This Thing Called Life (The New Thought Library Series)

  1. says:

    Talks about the laws of the Universe How to be of a co creator with Life God How we can understand that Life wants the best for us We can create good things in our lives through our thoughts It s very much like The Secret.

  2. says:

    This book is classic Ernest Holmes It created great discussions for our Book Circle I believe it would be a good book for new students and a great review for seasoned students The book is about realizing just how powerful we are and why.

  3. says:

    Metaphysics, period You fill in your own blanks.

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