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Discover the benefits of being positive. Imagine a world where your attitude is consistently positive, where you find contentment in your work and tackle all tasks with focus and purpose. What Jumper Cables are to A Car Battery this Book is to YOUR Attitude Good old fashioned advice on how to have a great attitude, delivered in a pithy andinteresting way.
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List of the best Edgar Cayce books, ranked by voracious readers in the Ranker community. This is a factual list, featuring books like The Work of Edgar Cayce As Seen Through His Letters and Awakening Your Mind Power. With commercial success and critical acclaim, there's no doubt that Edgar Cayce is one of the most popular authors of the last 100 years. An American mystic, Cayce is known as one of the founders of holistic medicine. What are Edgar Cayce's best works? Vote on this list and help us definitively answer that question.
Gayle Schilz, Edgar Cayce . One Simple Process for Turning Negative Thoughts Into Fuel.
Positive mental attitude (PMA) is a concept first introduced in 1937 by Napoleon Hill in the book Think and Grow Rich. The book never actually uses the term, but discusses about the importance of positive thinking as a contributing factor of success.
Changing the Negative into Positive. by Gayle Schilz, Edgar Cayce. Published December 20, 2000 by 1st Books Library.
This psychic reading given by Edgar Cayce at his home on Arctic Crescent, Va. Beach, V. this 29th day of November, 1932, in accordance with request made by self through his mother, Mrs., Active Member .
L. B. Cayce, and Mildred Davis toward the last. R e a D I n g. Time of Reading 11:50 to 12:25 P. M. Eastern Standard Time. 1. GC: You will have before you the body and enquiring mind of .
The greatest surprise of Edgar Cayce‘s health readings were the apparent causes given for various illnesses. For some physical disturbances Cayce also described primary causes which then, as now, remain unrecognized by the medical profession. The Source, speaking through the sleeping Cayce, cited reasons for illness that ranged from what now might be considered old-fashioned, like getting one’s feet wet or exposure to the elements, to more unusual reasons, like washing one’s food down with a drink without chewing it properly.