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Thoughts Are Things

Gelesen von Andrea Fiore

(4,695 Sterne; 238 Bewertungen)

Thoughts are Things, authored by Prentice Mulford, is one of the earliest books espousing New Thought teaching. This book contains information on how to better man's spiritual and physical life through the power of thought. Discover timeless spiritual wisdom that, when practiced, will enrich your life and deepen your understanding of Universal Truth (Summary by Andrea Fiore)

(5 hr 20 min)


The Material Mind v. The Spiritual Mind


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Who Are Our Relations?


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Thought Currents


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One Way To Cultivate Courage


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Look Forward!


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God In The Trees; Or, The Infinite Mind In Nature


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Some Laws Of Health And Beauty


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Museum And Menagerie Horrors


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The God In Yourself


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The Healing And Renewing Force Of Spring


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Immortality In The Flesh


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The Attraction Of Aspiration


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The Accession Of New Thought


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(5 Sterne)

It's one of the best books ever written! It should be tought in schools and universities. There is so much wisdom in it. I especially recommend ch. 2, it's a dinamite. Thank you to everyone who made listening to the books for free possible! God bless you all!

Superb book.

(5 Sterne)

This version of the book read by Andrea is much better than the book II on my opinion.

I initially thought the reading was flat..

(5 Sterne)

The person read with clarity but not that much passion it seemed...but as I listened more, I really liked the way her voice treated the material as a textbook and let me decide where to place the emphasis. As for the book itself....a must read!

Amazing Book!

(5 Sterne)

This book is definitely on a different level. You have to be on that level to understand it.

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(4,5 Sterne)

Great book.

(5 Sterne)

For your own sake listen and read this book.

excellent piece of early new age literature.

(5 Sterne)

good reader

(3 Sterne)

The audiobook is good but the book is a lot of outdated moralizing. Mulford proposes that because parents do not abandon children like wild animals do is the reason why there is social inequality. He was also noted as a humorist in his day, a quality missing from this didactic book.