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William Walker Atkinson was once the editor of New Thought magazine

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William Walker Atkinson's

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

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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


Foreword - about "teachers" and "disciples," - 000o

I am in her seat of a letter from an earnest student of new thought, who writes me that he is endeavoring to put into practice the teachings for which I stand. That is all right ---- I think you'll get some good out of the practice ( I know that I do). But here is where the trouble comes in --- he goes on to say that he is "a faithful disciple" of mine, and is content to "sit at the feet of the Teacher." Now, if you'll pardon the slang, I must say that such talk "make me tired." I wish no "disciples" --- disciples are mere parrots repeating what one says --- mere human sheep trotting along after some conceited old bellwether. I do not wish to pose as a bellwether, nor do I wish a flock of human sheep trotting after me. I want every one of my fellow students of mental science to be his own bellwether. I like comradeship and mutual help --- the help of interdependence. But I don't like this talk of master and disciple --- of leader and follower --- this talk and idea of dependence.

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