We are here to become great men and women, and with that purpose in view, we must eliminate everything in our religion and philosophy that tends to make the human mind a dependent weakling. If you... More > would serve God and be truly religious, do not kneel before God, but learn to walk with God, and do something tangible every day to increase the happiness of mankind. This is religion that is worth while, and it is such religion alone that can please the Infinite.< Less
Everyone is as they think. Therefore they can change themselves, their life, and even their circumstances, by changing their thought. But before they can change their thought they must understand... More > those laws and processes through which thought is produced; that is, they must know how the mind works.
The destiny of every individual is being created hourly by themselves, and that something that determines what they are to create at any particular period in time is the sum total of their desires and ideals.
This book is of exceptional value, and is of vital interest to anyone who wants to live their life fully and completely – more health, more wealth, and more happiness.< Less
The Ideal Made Real presents practical methods through which anyone may realize their ideals and visions to become realities. It helps to supply the information to help each person achieve this.... More > However, it does not claim to be complete; nor could any work on "The Ideal Made Real" possibly be complete, because No attempt has been made to formulate the ideas, methods and principles presented, into a definite system. In fact, the tendency to form a new system of thinking or a new philosophy of life, has been purposely avoided. Closely defined systems invariably become obstacles to advancement, and we are not concerned with new philosophies of life. Our purpose is the living of a greater and a greater life, and in such a life all philosophies must constantly change.< Less
To formulate a complete and final definition for truth is not possible, the reason being that the truth in itself, or in any of its expressions, cannot be circumscribed by the human mind. The truth... More > is too large to be described by any definition, however basic or comprehensive it may be. The best we can do, therefore, is to define our highest conceptions of truth. And moreover, we shall find this to be sufficient.
The author, Christian Daa Larson, put the purpose purpose to present a plan or outline by which any individual may guide his mind in the attainment of higher and higher conceptions of truth in all its phases, and thereby understand the truth for himself at every stage of advancement which he may reach in his own sphere of life, thought and action.< Less
Contents: Building the Brain; Making Every Brain Cell Alive; Principles in Brain Building; Practical Methods in Brain Building; Vital Secrets in Brain Building; Special Brain Development; Inner... More > Secret; Finer Forces; Subjective Concentration; Principle of Concentration; Development of Business Ability; Accumulation and Increase; Individual Advancement; Genius of Invention; Musical Prodigy; Talent and Genius in Art; Talent and Genius in Literature.< Less
In this book, the author states that the secret of eternal youth can not be found through a study of the body alone, nor the mind alone; it does not have its sole existence in the elements of the... More > earth, nor does it exercise its power exclusively through those forces of nature that can not be seen. The author teaches us how to learn to perpetuate youth, in order to add immeasurably to the joy of living, and since man is made for happiness, everything that can increase his or her happiness should be made a part of his or her life.< Less