The Science of Mind: The Definitive Edition

The Science of Mind: The Definitive Edition

"The founder of the United Church of Religious Science, an international religious movement, presents his basic spiritual tenets, showing readers how to get in touch with nature's forces and God's healing power."—Amazon.com.

How to Use the Science of Mind

Principle in Practice

How to Use the Science of Mind

Everything You Need to Know about How to Use One of Today's Most Powerful Philosophies! "We go in search of that which we already possess, but are not using." So says Ernest Holmes, author of THE SCIENCE OF MIND and founder of the philosophy of Religious Science. God is not far away, but is within ourselves, other people, and everywhere present. Why then, do we fall prey to unwanted conditions - illness, financial lack, relationship difficulties, loneliness and problems of every kind? Written as a manual for the practical applications of the principles set forth in The Science of Mind, this book takes the original philosophy of "change your thinking, change your life," and explains a clear and definite scientific method of prayer that can help you overcome life's obstacles.

Living the Science of Mind

The Only Writings by the Founder of SCIENCE OF MIND to Help You Understand His Classic Textbook

Living the Science of Mind

This is Holmes' own "commentary" on his masterpiece, The Science of Mind. As such, it may be his most important book besides the textbook. These short pieces abound in counsel and guidance in metaphysics, spirituality, and healing. Here too is the history of New Thought and Religious Science; insights into the mystics; pointers on treatment; and analysis of our fears and insecurities. Founder of the worldwide Religious Science movement, formulator of the Science of Mind philosophy, and author of metaphysical bestsellers, Dr. Holmes continually sought to simplify his teaching and get people to "use" it. In these pages he speaks directly to you in a one-on-one tutorial.

The Science of Mind

The Science of Mind

At the height of what was known as the New Thought Movement, the great thinker, writer and leader Ernest Holmes published his The Science of Mind, which details the tenets of the spiritual movement which he founded—Religious Science. Holmes was a popular speaker in his time, filling auditoriums with listeners eager to learn his methods for forging a new relationship with the Christian God. He covers the basics in The Science of Mind, along with applicable habits like meditation and prayer, in order to put readers in touch with their God and on a healing path.

Questions and Answers on The Science of Mind

Questions and Answers on The Science of Mind

More than 300 solutions to real-life situations from the creator of the Science of Mind philosophy. Ernest Holmes's Science of Mind philosophy has reached millions of students, through his books and the hundreds of spiritual centers across the United States and Canada. His main text, The Science of Mind, has sold hundreds of thousands of copies, and continues to ship more than 10,000 copies each year. Now comes a reissue of one of Holmes's most user-friendly works: Questions and Answers on the Science of Mind. Designed to be used as a guidebook, it contains spiritual answers to more than three hundred of life's most important and puzzling questions on topics such as: how to deal with specific health challenges; what to do when experiencing a lack of finances; how to eliminate fear, stress, or distress of any kind; the nature of God; the existence of evil; the role of fate; what to do in times of despair or fear; how to overcome resentment; how to break bad habits; and much more.

Discovering Psychology: The Science of Mind

Discovering Psychology: The Science of Mind

In this innovative approach to the Intro Psychology course, authors John Cacioppo and Laura Freberg present psychology as an integrative science that is highly relevant for students of all majors. The authors have kept a familiar chapter structure, providing an easy roadmap for the introductory psychology course, but the similarities with other approaches to introductory psychology end there. Integration extends in two directions, highlighting connections within psychology as well as between psychology and other disciplines. The writing and features are smart and engaging, and consistently illustrate the benefit of using multiple perspectives within psychology. Cacioppo and Freberg offer the best science possible, including exciting new research findings likely to expand students' understanding of psychology as a scientific field of study. Features and images coordinate with and enhance the text, providing many additional opportunities for critical thinking and connecting ideas. Psychology is evolving into an integrative, multidisciplinary field, and this text offers an opportunity to teach all of psychology in one place and at one time. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Prayer

How to Pray Effectively from the Science of Mind

Prayer

Combining the most essential principles about prayer with the dozens of prayers and meditations from Ernest Holmes's classic text, The Science of Mind, this new book, Prayer, is a simple introduction for anyone who wants to learn how to pray effectively. "What does one do when he prays?" writes Holmes. "He talks to God. Where does he talk to God? He talks to God in his own mind, through his own thought or feeling."

365 Science of Mind

A Year of Daily Wisdom from Ernest Holmes

365 Science of Mind

This newly repackaged edition of one of Tarcher's bestselling Holmes backlist titles contains wisdom designed to help each reader experience the Science of Mind philosophy day by day.

Concordance to the Science of Mind

Concordance to the Science of Mind

This concordance displays a word, the page and paragraph where the word is located, and a part of the context in which it appears in the Ernest Holmes classic book, The Science of Mind.

The Science of the Mind

The Science of the Mind

Consciousness emerges as the key topic in this second edition of Owen Flanagan's popular introduction to cognitive science and the philosophy of psychology. in a new chapter Flanagan develops a neurophilosophical theory of subjective mental life. He brings recent developments in the theory of neuronal group selection and connectionism to bear on the problems of the evolution of consciousness, qualia, the unique first-personal aspects of consciousness, the causal role of consciousness, and the function and development of the sense of personal identity. He has also substantially revised the chapter on cognitive psychology and artificial intelligence to incorporate recent discussions of connectionism and parallel distributed processing.