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Secrets of the Mind
- Ralph Waldo Emerson's Keys to Expansive Mental Powers
- Narrated by: Sam Torode
- Length: 1 hr and 40 mins
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Keys to greater insight, creativity, and success
To “transcend” means to go beyond. What if you could transcend your individual limitations, link with the minds of others — even the mind of the universe itself — and access greater knowledge, wisdom, and creativity?
Secrets of the Mind reveals Ralph Waldo Emerson’s keys for accessing the expansive powers of the “one mind.” The sequel to Living from the Soul, this book rephrases and remixes Emerson’s writings on the principles and powers of thought. It concludes with practical advice on work, money, and success.
Transcendentalism is not a relic of interest only to academics. As Sam Torode writes in the foreword, “Emerson’s philosophy has the power to change the way you view the world and your place in it. It might even change your life.”
Here are some of the ideas explored in this book:
There is one mind common to all humanity.
The ancestor of every act is a thought.
Your own mind is your greatest teacher.
Thoughts become things.
As children of the universe, we are all born creators.
We each possess hidden gifts waiting to be expressed.
Inspiration is the fuel of constructive thought and action.
Wealth is mental and moral.
Successful people follow the law of cause and effect.
Power is magnified by concentration.
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- dennis katsefes
To function and think as dipicted in all books written by by great minds is simply impossible in today's society.