The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit
Cosimo, Inc., 2007. 4. 1. - 244페이지
Each of us resides in two kingdoms, states Ralph Waldo Trine in The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit, an inner kingdom, consisting of the mind and the spirit, and an outer kingdom made up of the body and the physical universe around it. It is achieving the balance between these two worlds that Trine addresses in this 1917 work. One cannot force change in the outer kingdom, argues Trine-one of the most influential thinkers in the early New Age philosopher of "New Thought"-without first changing the "silent, subtle forces" that make up the inner kingdom, the "kingdom of the unseen." Learn how the soul, mind, and body interrelate; how the mind can be used to build the body (and vice versa); how thought can be used as a force in everyday life, and much more. American mystic and bestselling author RALPH WALDO TRINE (1866-1958) wrote more than a dozen books, including The World's Balance Wheel (1917), In the Hollow of His Hand (1915), In Tune with the Infinite (1897), and The Greatest Thing Ever Known (1898).
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