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William Walker Atkinson was once the editor of New Thought magazine

Serving New Thought is pleased to present

William Walker Atkinson's

Thought - Vibration or The Law of Attraction in the Thought World

Book page numbers, along with the number to the left of the .htm extension match the page numbers of the original books to ensure easy use in citations for research papers and books

Preface - Foreword - My Working Creed - Law of Attraction in the Thought World - Thought Waves and Their Process of Reproduction - A Talk About The Mind - Mind Building - Secret of the Will - How to Become Immune to Injurious Thought Attraction - Transmutation of Negative Thought - Law of Mental Control - Asserting the Life-Force - Training the Habit-Mind - Psychology of Emotion - Developing New Brain Cells - Attractive Power - Desire Force - Great Dynamic Forces - Claiming Your Own - Law, Not Chance - Contents

this world needs, and, practical, everyday application of this thought. Where there is one reader for the literary masterpiece, there are 100 readers (plus even that other one), for the book written as a keen, live, human man talks, and written about the difficulties, the problems, the possibilities of the average citizen of the world.

This is a truth that Mr. Atkinson has mastered, and it is with intention he casts from him the restrictions of an academic style. He speaks, always, not in the dignified tones to "the public," but in the language of a friend to YOU. It can be said of him and praise, as of another before him: "The common people heard him gladly!" --- The highest, most enduring tribute that can be paid to a leader of men.

Recognition is due to Louise Radford Wells for the revision of the proofs of this book, the selection of its title and chapter headings, and he ordered arrangement of the lessons.

Franklin L. Berry,
Editor of New Thought

June 15, 1906
Chicago, Illinois.


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