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There is a power lying hidden in man, by the use of which he can rise to higher and better things.
There is in man a greater Self, that transcends the finite self of the sense-man, even as the mountain towers above the plain.
The object of this little book is to help men and women to bring their inward powers of mind and spirit into expression, wisely and in harmony with universal law; to build up character, and to find within themselves that wondrous Self, which is their real self, and which, when found, reveals to them that they are literally and truly sons of God and daughters of the Most High. There is no way whereby the discipline of life can be avoided. There is no means by which fate can be “tricked,” nor cunning device by which the great cosmic plan can be evaded. Each life must meet its own troubles and difficulties: each soul must pass through its deep waters, every heart must encounter sorrow and grief. But none need be overwhelmed in the great conflicts of life, for one who has learned the great secret of his identity with the Universal life and Power, dwells in an impregnable city, built upon and into the Rock of Truth, against which the storms of life beat in vain. While this little work does not offer any vain promises of an easy life—for, if this were possible, it would be the greatest of all disasters—but rather endeavours to show how to become so strong that life looks almost easy by comparison (the life or fate does not change or become easier, but the individual alters and becomes stronger), yet, it does show the reader how to avoid making his life more difficult than it need be. Most people’s lives would be less filled with trouble and suffering if they took life in the right spirit and acted in harmony with Universal Law.
Chapter I. Infinite Life And Power
Chapter II. The Overcoming Of Life’s Difficulties
Chapter III. Fate Or Free-will?
Chapter IV. Cause and Effect
Chapter V. Success
Chapter VI. Health
Chapter VII. The Secret of Abundant Supply
Chapter VIII. The Powers and Limitations of the Sub-conscious Mind
Chapter IX. The Use of the Spiritual or Super-conscious Mind
Chapter X. Character Building and the Overcoming of Habit
Chapter XI. Happiness and Joy
Chapter XII. The Use and Mis-use of Mental and Spiritual Powers
Chapter XIII. Overcoming Limitations and Awakening Inward Powers