By Glenn Mosley
During this publication, Glenn R. Mosley chronicles the historical past of the movement, together with biographical sketches and the philosophies of pioneers and influential leaders associated with the movement's improvement and progress. those contain Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, the founders of solidarity; Ernest Holmes, founding father of the technology of brain; Mary Baker Eddy, founding father of the Church of Christ technology; Ralph Waldo Trine, thinker, mystic, instructor, and early mentor of recent notion; Joel Goldsmith, founding father of The limitless means, between others.
Read Online or Download New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement PDF
Best churches & church leadership books
There is no finish to clichés and simple assumptions approximately congregational well-being and power. it really is a lot more uncomplicated to begin a brand new church than flip round an outdated one; nondenominational church buildings are turning out to be, whereas denominational church buildings are loss of life; small-membership church buildings are involved purely with survival; suburban church buildings care simply approximately never-ending programming and "spiritual entertainment"; downtown church buildings are doomed to decay.
Ebook by way of Doukhan, Jacques B.
The good echoing words of the King James Bible that experience boomed in the course of the English-speaking brain for four hundred years – an eye fixed for a watch . . . devour, drink and be merry . . . . loss of life, the place is thy sting? . . . guy shall no longer reside through bread on my own – are principally the paintings of a guy whose genius for phrases fits Shakespeare.
- Organic Church: Growing Faith Where Life Happens
- Hope: The Best of Things
- England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales: The Christian Church 1900-2000
- Engaging With Contemporary Culture: Christianity, Theology And The Concrete Church
- Leper Knights: The Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem in England, c.1150-1544
Extra info for New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement
Then, having spoken the word, they were to relax, realizing that they had given an order to the subconscious mind, which is said to be entirely responsive to one’s conscious thought and one’s spoken word, whether the word spoken is negative or positive. Unity students were told that they could build confidence in prayer by daily practicing and experimenting with the spoken word and by observing the precision of results. 36 Not until 1904 were the written requests for prayer, thousands of which were sent to the Society of Silent Prayer, answered by mail.
Rowland gives considerable attention to relaxation as preparation for effective prayer. May Rowland encouraged speaking words of relaxation directly to the various parts of the body, as did her friend and mentor, Myrtle Fillmore. In an article that has been reprinted innumerable times,Myrtle recorded how her own healing was effected: [I]t flashed upon me that I might talk to the life in every part of my body and have it do just what I wanted . . I told the life in my liver that it was not torpid or inert, but full of vigor and energy.
As well as from his own subconscious. He always reserved the right to change his mind about his teaching. Certainly there are tenable interpretations besides those he gave. 65 Fillmore explained that the purpose of the Metaphysical Bible Dictionary is to equip the student of metaphysics with a condensed version of “hidden mysteries,” to prompt the student to further self-exploration and new personal discoveries for use amid the inconstancies of everyday life. 67 Although Fillmore accepted the Bible’s worth as a historical document,he felt that needless debate centered around trying to prove its historical accuracy and authorship.