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257 books of William Walker Atkinson

Che cos'è il Nuovo Pensiero? Che rapporto ha con la Legge di Attrazione? Come si può ottenere la Guarigione del Corpo attraverso la Mente? È possibile cambiare la nostra vita attraverso un nuovo modo di pensare? Tutti questi temi sono al centro de...

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A prominent figure in the American New Thought movement of the late-­nineteenth and early-­twentieth centuries, William Walker Atkinson is credited with helping to popularize yoga in the Western world and developing the ideas that later came to be k...

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Human Nature expresses itself in two general phases, i.­e., (1) the phase of Inner States; and (2) the phase of Outer Forms. These two phases, however, are not separate or opposed to each other, but are complementary aspects of the same thing. Ther...

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The lessons which compose this volume originally appeared in monthly form, the first of which was issued in October, 1907, and the twelfth in September, 1908. These lessons met with a hearty and generous response from the public, and the present v...

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There are many forms of belief—many degrees of doctrine—regarding Reincarnation, as we shall see as we proceed, but there is a fundamental and basic principle underlying all of the various shades of opinion, and divisions of the schools. This fund...

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The twelve lessons forming this volume were originally issued in the shape of monthly lessons, known as “The Advanced Course in Yogi Philosophy and Oriental Occultism. These lessons were intended as a continuation of, or sequel to “The Fourteen Lessons in Yogi Philosophy and Oriental Occultism” issued during the previous year.
We have been urged to print these “Advanced Course” lessons in book form, and the present volume is the result.
Lessons i to iv, inclusive, consist of an analysis and explanation of the little occult manual known as “Light on the Path,­” and have been highly praised by lovers of that little book as well as advanced students in occultism. They are said to be superior to anything ever written along these lines.
Lessons v to vii, inclusive, treat of the several branches of the Yogi Philosophy indicated by their titles. They contain very much information in a small space.
Lessons viii and ix, treat of Dharma, the Yogi philosophy of Ethics or Right Action. . . .

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This novel -­or real story, you be the judge-, has been in circulation for over 90 years, and has developed quite a following, because of it insights and intensity; the ‘secrets’ and wisdom it contains; and the mystery that has forever surrounded it.
It is the story of a man in a journey of self-­discovery, of trying to make sense of the world and its mysteries, of trying to unveil that “something” which is the key to success in every aspect of life; only to realize that the power is within; that the secret is inside each and every one.
This profound and illuminating book was written under the pseudonymous “X”. Since the copyrights belong to “Edward E. Beals”, it has long been attributed to him.
However, in a previous book, we stated that, after an investigation on Beals, we found nothing on him except in relation to “his work” with William Walker Atkinson and the “Personal Power Series”. We concluded before, and sustain again, that Edward E. Beals is William Walker Atkinson, . . .

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Books of William Walker Atkinson