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ISBN:
1147049408
Author:
Warren Felt Evans
Category:
New Age & Spirituality
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nabu Press (March 9, 2010)
Pages:
310 pages
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Warren Felt Evans (December 23, 1817-1889) was an American author of the New Thought movement. He became a student of the movement in 1863, after seeking healing from its founder, Phineas P. Quimby.

Warren Felt Evans (December 23, 1817-1889) was an American author of the New Thought movement. He was the founder of a mind-cure sanitarium in Salisbury, Massachusetts, and has been referred to as "the recording angel of metaphysics". Born in Rockingham, Vermont, Evans was sixth of seven children

If by any therapeutic device you remove the morbid idea, which is the spiritual image after the likeness of which the body is formed, you cure the malady. The work lays no claim to originality except in the practical application of Idealism to the cure of the diseases of mind and body

If by any therapeutic device you remove the morbid idea, which is the spiritual image after the likeness of which the body is formed, you cure the malady. The work lays no claim to originality except in the practical application of Idealism to the cure of the diseases of mind and body. It is the culmination of a. life-long study of human nature, and to which the previous volumes of the author may be viewed as introductory.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. The antagonism of the christ-principle and disease, ok the healing power of jesus.

0 0 5 Author: Warren Felt Evans. No intelligent observer of the signs of the times can fail to notice among philosophical minds a marked reaction against the dominant scientific materialism of the past century, and a tendency to return to a more spiritual view of human nature and the world at large

The New Age and Its Messenger.

Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics. The Primitive Mind-Cure. The Spiritual Journals of Warren Felt Evans: From Methodism to Mind Cure. The New Age and Its Messenger.

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American writer WARREN FELT EVANS (1817-1889), a pioneer thinker in the early "New Age" philosophy of New .

American writer WARREN FELT EVANS (1817-1889), a pioneer thinker in the early "New Age" philosophy of New Thought, also wrote Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics. Published in 1884, this book is an early work in the New Thought movement, offering a philosophy on healing and the origin and treatment of disease that was inspired by the Transcendentalists. Evans details his belief that the body can be healed through the power of the mind and spirit. Readers interested in the history of alternative health ideas, and early ideas about the mind/body connection will find a wealth of material in this book.

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