Maximize Your Potential Through the Power of Your Subconscious Mind for a More Spiritual Life

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Manjul Publishing - 264 pages

 Dr. Joseph Murphy's classic book The Power of Your Subconscious Mind was first published in 1963 and became an immediate bestseller; it was acclaimed as one of the best self-help guides ever written. Following the success of this work, Dr. Murphy lectured to thousands of people around the world, and millions tuned in to his daily radio program. In his lectures, he pointed out how real people have radically improved their lives by applying specific aspects of his concepts. Now, these lectures have been combined, edited, and updated in six books that bring Dr. Murphy's teachings into the 21st century and provide readers with his proven tools on how to program their subconscious minds so that they can radically improve their lives. In this book Dr. Murphy discusses the core concept that our thoughts and feelings create our destiny. Whatever our subconscious and conscious mind agree upon will come to pass. Fortunately, we have the power to control our thoughts, and in these pages Dr. Murphy gives us the tools we need to reprogram our mind so that we can experience inspiration, happiness, and fulfillment instead of negativity. As we feed our subconscious with uplifting ideas, wonderful events will unfold in our lives.

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This inspiring book contains extracts from the illustrious Dr. Murphy’s lectures. Dr. Murphy was a proponent of the New Thought movement, whose basic concept was “You can become what you want to be ... Read full review

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 Joseph Murphy was a Divine Science minister and author. Born in Ireland, the son of a private boy's school headmaster and raised a Roman Catholic. He studied for the priesthood and joined the Jesuits. In his twenties, an experience with healing prayer led him to leave the Jesuits and move to the United States, where he became a pharmacist in New York (having a degree in chemistry by that time). In the mid 1940s, he moved to Los Angeles, where he met Religious Science founder Ernest Holmes, and was ordained into Religious Science by Holmes in 1946, thereafter teaching at the Institute of Religious Science. He died in 1981.

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