Right And Wrong Thinking is a classic work from New Thought Writer Aaron Martin Crane.
Author: Aaron Martin Crane
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Right And Wrong Thinking is a classic work from New Thought Writer Aaron Martin Crane. A very in depth thesis on the Law Of Attraction and it's results, Right and Wrong Thinking is a pivotal work from Crane and is fundamental study to the student of the New Thought Movement and Law of Attraction principles.
Release on 2013-06 | by Crane Aaron Martin 1839-1914
Author: Crane Aaron Martin 1839-1914
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Excerpt from Right and Wrong Thinking, and Their Results, the Undreamed-of Possibilities Which Man May, Achieve Through His Own Mental Control It is true that our factories and palaces, our temples and our homes, are built of earthly material, but mind directed their fashioning into the vast multitude of forms, more or less beautiful, so lavishly displayed by architecture in city and country. The multitudinous products of constructive art which are scattered in lavish profusion over the whole earth are marvellous exhibitions of What mind has done; and these are being multiplied daily. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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Author: Aaron Martin 1839-1914 Crane
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Importance Of Early Training 236 30. Three Notable Examples 245 31. The Penalty For Sin 249 32. A Story And Its Lesson 257 33. The Story Of A Contract 267 34. The Story Of A Note 272 35. A Discussion Of The Stories 276 36.
1. Preface 5 2. Introduction 8 3. Relation Of Thinking To Bodily Action 14 4. Intended Actions 25 5. Actions Not Intended 33 6. A General Proposition 45 7. As Seen By Others 47 8. Mutual Reactions Of Mind And Body 64 9. Influence Of External Incidents 74 10. The Rule 81 11. Discordant Thoughts 94 12. How To Control Thinking 115 13. Substitution 122 14. Immediate Action 130 15. Persistence 134 16. Not Always Easy 142 17. Effect Of The Physical Attitude 147 18. All Ones Own Work 152 19. Destruction Of Discordant Thoughts157 20. Scylla And Charybdis 165 21. Moral Discrimination 169 22. A Little Analysis And Its Application 175 23. Habit 181 24. The Relation Of Thinking To Health 186 25. Recapitulation Of Principles 202 26. The Worry Habit 212 27. Business Success 223 28. Undivided Attention 230 29. Importance Of Early Training 236 30. Three Notable Examples 245 31. The Penalty For Sin 249 32. A Story And Its Lesson 257 33. The Story Of A Contract 267 34. The Story Of A Note 272 35. A Discussion Of The Stories 276 36. Sensitiveness 288 37. Sympathy 298 38. Suggestion 306 39. Hypnotic Control 321 40. Environment 329 41. Each Is Responsible For Himself 341 42. Thought Control Is The True Self-Control 355 43. Man The Architect Of Himself 362 44. Possibility Of Perfection 372 45. The Teaching Of Jesus 386 Notwithstanding the immense amount of attention which has been directed in a broad general way to mind and its action, and although the constructive and creative ability of mind through thinking has been so long and so universally acknowledged, yet we are just now beginning to recognize the close and direct personal relation which thinking bears to man. The limits of the power of mind have never been clearly perceived, but recognition of their extent continually enlarges as knowledge and understanding increase. The differences between ignorant and enlightened, between savage and civilized, between brute and man, are all due to mind and its action. All the multifarious customs and habits of mankind, whether simple or complex, though often attributed to other causes, are, from first to last, the direct results of thinking. The unwritten history of the evolution of clothing, from its rude beginnings in the far-distant and forgotten past through all the ages since man first inhabited the earth, though at first glance seemingly simple, yet, as a whole, is wonderfully complex and astonishing in its particulars. Its story is only the story of the application of mind to the solution of a single one of the vast multitude of problems connected with human requirements. It is true that our factories and palaces, our temples and our homes, are built of earthly material, but mind directed their fashioning into the vast multitude of forms, more or less beautiful, so lavishly displayed by architecture in city and country. The multitudinous products of constructive art which are scattered in lavish profusion over the whole earth are marvelous exhibitions of what mind has done; and these are being multiplied daily. Only in these more recent years has it been clearly perceived that mind action is first in the order of occurrence, and that it is the absolute ruler of man himself as well as of all these wonderful works which mind has created. Mind is the motor power and governs everything, everywhere; but man can control mind, and therefore, by that control, he may be the imperious dictator of his mind's entire course, and, rising thence to the highest pinnacle of possibility, he may become the arbiter of destiny itself.
This is the advice that was most respected in our culture before Freud pointed out the bad side effects of repression . A typical example appears in an earlytwentieth - century book called Right and Wrong Thinking and Their Results ...
Author: George Ainslie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Business & Economics
Argues that our responses to the threat of our own inconsistency determine the fabric of human culture.
"affective salience" - he may decide in his short-range interest not to pursue it further. ... For instance, the writer of a book called Right and Wrong Thinking and Their Results advised the reader to "avoid discordant thoughts," by ...
Author: George Ainslie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Dr. Ainslie examines an elementary human paradox: that we are endangered by our own wishes.
Altman, C. Love making: You can be your own sex therapist. ... In J. T. Hannah, R. Clark, & P. Christian (Eds.), Preservation of client rights. ... New York: McGrawHill, 1941 Crane, A. M. Right and wrong thinking and their results.
Crane, A.M. Right and Wrong Thinking, and Their Results; The Undreamed-Of Possibilities Which Man May Achieve through His Own Mental Control. Boston: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1905. | Rejection, 1967: Phil 5242.14 | WJ Donation bkpl., ...
Author: Ermine L. Algaier IV
Publisher: Lexington Books
While a reconstruction of the whole of William James’s personal library isn’t feasible, there are significant portions of it that reside within the Harvard University Library system and this book is a partial reconstruction of their story. Reconstructing the Personal Library of William James offers a new, comprehensive account of the James collection at Harvard University, bringing together all known Harvard-owned entries into one comprehensive volume. The annotated bibliography contains data on 2,554 entries (2,862 volumes) from James’s personal library, including both the 1923 “Philosophical Library” and all known additional donations by James and his family. . Each entry, when applicable, contains the following data points: Harvard Library location and call number, provenance, bookplate, accession record, autographs, inscriptions, ownership marks, indexical annotations, markings, and marginalia. To orient the reader, Ermine L. Algaier IV supplements the bibliography with essays that examine the history of the James’s library at Harvard, assess the size of the collection and how it came to reside at Harvard, and showcase patterns that emerge from looking at the collection as a whole. Additional essays are devoted to explaining the source lists and archival resources used in reconstructing James’s personal library, as well as outlining steps for continued research on the collection.
Right and Wrong Thinking and their Results .... The undreamed - of possibilities which man may achieve through his own mental control . This is unqualifiedly the greatest book ever written having to do with physical and mental ...
Conwell , Russell H. Acres of Diamonds , and Shackleton , Robert , His Life and Achievements . ... Right and Wrong Thinking and Their Results : the Undreamed of Possibilities Which Man May Achieve Through His Own Mental Control .
Author: Richard Weiss
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Category: Social Science
"Tradition has it that every American child receives, as part of his birthright, the freedom to mold his own life. . . . However inaccurate as a description of American society, the success myth reflects what millions believe that society is or ought to be. The degree to which opportunity has or has not been available in our society is a subject for empirical investigation. It rests within the realm of verifiable fact. The belief that opportunity exists for all is a subject for intellectual analysis and rests within the realm of ideology. This latter dimension of the success myth is the primary focus of this book."
And yet the Bible says much about our thinking. In this book Dr. Kenneth E. Hagin tells us, "What we believe is the result of our thinking. If we think wrong we believe wrong. The Word of God is given to us to straighten out our thinking.
Author: Kenneth E. Hagin
Publisher: Kenneth Hagin Ministries
Category: Literary Criticism
Advocates of the mind science religions have said so much about the mind that Full Gospel people are afraid to say a word about it. And yet the Bible says much about our thinking. In this book Dr. Kenneth E. Hagin tells us, "What we believe is the result of our thinking. If we think wrong we believe wrong. The Word of God is given to us to straighten out our thinking. And if our believing is wrong, our confession will be wrong." Dr. Hagin shows that because of wrong thinking and wrong believing there has been a lack of receiving in Christendom. Explore the Scriptures in this book to get your mind renewed and your thinking lined up with the Word of God.
Duringan interview, Bou Mengalso noted the importance of perpetratorslearning to distinguish “right from wrong,” since, he told me, their actions were the result of “wrong thinking.” The court, he said, could help them in this regard.
Author: Alexander Hinton
Publisher: Oxford University Press
What is Justice? Is it always just 'to come'? Can real experience be translated into law? Examining Cambodia's troubled reconciliation, Alexander Hinton suggests an approach to justice founded on global ideals of the rule of law, democratization, and a progressive trajectory towards liberty and freedom, and which seeks to align the country with so called universal modes of thought, is condemned to failure. Instead, Hinton advocates focusing on the individual lived experience, and the discourses, interstices, and the combustive encounters connected with it, as a radical alternative. A phenomenology inspired approach towards healing national trauma, Hinton's ground-breaking text will make anybody with an interest in transitional justice, development, humanitarian intervention, human rights, or peacebuilding, question the value of an established truth.