By Theron Q. Dumont
An enticing demeanour is guaranteed if we'll keep away from the next: Sarcasm, impertinence, ridicule, scorching mood, profanity, roughness, brutality, vulgarity, a noisy voice, and grouchiness. -from bankruptcy III, "The improvement of Your Magnetic strength"
The New notion move of the flip of the 20 th century mixed Christian spirituality with the mystical that allows you to provide useful expression to the forces of the universe. Or so its proponents believed.
One of the main influential thinkers of this early "New Age" philosophy supplies the following, during this 1914 publication, to proportion "in a condensed, non-mystical sort all i've been capable of research of this excellent energy" of non-public magnetism. Mysteries published contain: . the secrets and techniques of being obviously magnetic . the improvement of your magnetic strength . easy methods to use your character to win the love of the other intercourse . how you can domesticate luck . tips on how to guard yourself opposed to injurious idea charm . easy methods to make your self an excellent strength on this planet . a formulation for developing happiness
Today's starvation for self-help, own empowerment, and pa spirituality has its origins in a longing for self-improvement that is a century previous, as this fascinating little ebook demonstrates.
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