June 10, 2011

free book bundle..70 classics from the "Prosperity Consciousness Archive"

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70 classics from the "Prosperity Consciousness Archive"


"Fables" by Aesop - A collection of more than 300 fables by the ancient grandmaster of fables himself. Great stuff to think about and read.

"The Manual" by Epictetus - Could be called "the very first self-help book." This Greek philosopher wrote a small but powerful tractate on living a content and happy life.

"The Power of Concentration" by Theron Q. Dumont - A book about concentration: its importance, and how to train the mind to concentrate.

"The Art and Science of Personal Magnetism" by Theron Q. Dumont -

'Magnetism' is what these old-timers coined what we now know as Energy. This book by Theron Q. Dumont will show you how to harness and use that energy.

"The Secret of Success" by William W. Atkinson

"Thought Vibration" by William W. Atkinson

"Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life" by William W. Atkinson

"Practical Mental Influence" by William W. Atkinson

"As a Man Thinketh" by James Allen - One of the best-known books of this kind.

"Above Life's Turmoil" by James Allen

"Byways to Blessedness" by James Allen

"The Way of Peace" by James Allen

"The Path of Prosperity" by James Allen

"Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill - This is one of the most famous books ever written; even today, many successful businessmen attribute their success to this book!

"Right and Wrong Thinking" by Aaron Martin Crane

"Character-Building Thought Power" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Greatest Thing Ever Known" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"This Mystical Life of Ours" by Ralph Waldo Trine - 52 excerpts from Trine's works, for each week of the year.

"The Man who Knew" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Wayfarer on the Open Road" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"What all the World's A-Seeking" by Ralph Waldo Trine

"The Creative Process in the Individual" by Thomas Troward - Along with his lecture-series: revolutionary.

"The Dore Lectures on Mental Science" by Thomas Troward

"The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science" by Thomas Troward

"The Power of Silence" by Horatio W. Dresser

"Common Sense: How to Exercise It" by Blanchard Yorimoto-Tashi

"Within You is the Power" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Life of the Spirit" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Power of Thought" by Henry Thomas Hamblin

"The Mental Cure" by Warren Felt Evans

"A Textbook of Theosophy" by C.W. Leadbeater

"The Science of Mind" by Ernest Holmes

"The Greatest Thing in the World" by Henry Drummond

"The Magic Story" by Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey - Very important and life-changing story. See for yourself!

"The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles - Or, as I like to call it:

"A Course in Manifestation."

"Acres of Diamonds" by Russell H. Conwell - Alongside "As a Man Thinketh" and "Think and Grow Rich", one of the most well known books today.

"The Master Key System" by Charles F. Haanel - Reputed to have been read by Bill Gates, this book contains lots of little gold nuggets of wisdom.

"Mental Chemistry" by Charles F. Haanel

"Self-Help; National and Individual" by Samuel Smiles - A large and interesting tome.

"The Multiple Mentality Course" by Harry Kahne - The original "multitasking" training system. Want or need to do 2 or more things at once? Read this!

"Your Forces and How to Use Them" by Christian Larson

"The Ideal Made Real" by Christian Larson

"How to Find Your Real Self" by Mildred Mann

"Self Mastery through Conscious Autosuggestion" by Emile Coué - Arguably one of the most important people of the 20th century, this man invented Autosuggestion (autogenic training) for use in healing and improving oneself.

"How to Live on 24 Hours a Day" by Arnold Bennett - So much to do, so little time! Well, not anymore!

"Mental Efficiency" by Arnold Bennett

"The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran - This is pure food for thought, by a well-known author.

"The Madman" by Kahlil Gibran - Equally as important as "The Prophet."

"Walking" by Henry David Thoreau - One of the greatest American authors himself talks about walking; serenity, meditation; peace.

"Adventures in Contentment" by David Grayson

"Adventures in Friendship" by David Grayson

"Great Possessions" by David Grayson

"The Friendly Road -or- New Adventures in Contentment" by David Grayson

"Siddharta" by Hermann Hesse - This is my most favourite book.

"Thought Power" by Annie Besant

"How to Turn your Desires and Ideals into Reality" by Brown Landone

"Prosperity Through Thought" by Bruce MacLelland

"How to Turn Your Ability Into Cash" by Earl Prevette

"Just How to Wake the Solar Plexus" by Elizabeth Towne

"Your invisible Power" by Genevieve Behrend

"Attaining Your Desires" by Genevieve Behrend

"The Miracle of Tithing" by Mark Victor Hansen

"Concentration" by O. Hashnu Hara

"In Tune With the Infinite" by Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Secrets of Mental Supremacy" by W. R. C. Larson

"Influence" by Yorimoto Tashi

"IT WORKS" by R.H. Jarrett

"The Way to Power" by L.W. Rogers

"Prosper" by Charles Fillmore

"An Iron Will" by Orison Swett Marden
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