A good self-help book to help use the mind to get what you want. Includes imaging.
" Written in 1948, The Magic of Believing has helped thousands attain both personal and professional goals and the appeal of its philosophy remains a powerful tool for change. Now you can turn your thoughts into real achievements too!
WHY WAIT FOR BETTER TIMES WHEN YOU CAN MAKE THEM HAPPEN NOW?
Leaders of government and industry...stars of stage and screen...giants of science and the business world agree...These clear, easy-to-follow principles changed their lives and they can change yours, too!
Formulated by a successful businessman and world traveler, this method has been used by millions for over three decades. The Magic of Believing offers the key to a world of unlimited opportunity. Now you can discover:
* How to become the person you believe yourself to be
* How to use your imagination to set your goals
* Three sure-fire steps to getting what you want
* The power of suggestion: How to use your thoughts to make things happen
* Mental picture: The art of turning thoughts into action, results and rewards
* Why and how believing makes it so
Make your job work for you. Start your own business. Increase your income. Lose weight. Add love to your life. Whatever your goal, you can make it happen through The Magic of Believing! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
The late Claude M. Bristol was a lawyer, lecturer, investment banker, and foreign correspondent. He is the coauthor of the long-time bestseller, TNT: The Power Within.
--This text refers to the Paperback edition.
An older classic which has been rewritten many times in many different styles to date. Nothing new, but I still liked the book even thou the lingo sometimes slowed me down. I didn't care for the way the author called indigenous peoples, savages but that was par for the course in the 1940's. He does give 2 or 3 easy techniques for tapping into the subconscious. Overall I felt happy while reading the book and that is my personal benchmark for worthiness and learning.