Monday, April 16, 2012

Mind Power and Privileges (1902) By Albert B. Olston

The author's purpose in writing this volume is to give to the general public the necessary evidence of the mind's power over the functions and conditions of the body, and to teach the reader how to avail himself of the resources of his mind. Contents: mind; subjective mind; telepathy; suggestion; auto-suggestion; mind and body; practical applications; doctor and patient; physical culture; personal power; care and treatment of the body; hypnotism; subjective training; habit; Christian Science.

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