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The Science of Being Well Kindle Edition
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Health is the result of thinking and acting in a Certain Way; and if a sick manbegins to think and act in this Way, the Principle of Health within him will come into constructive activity and heal all his diseases. This Principle of Health is the same in all, and is related to the Life Principle of the universe; it is able to heal every disease, and will come into activity whenever man thinks and acts in accordance with the Science of Being Well. Therefore, every man can attain to perfect health.
Wallace D. Wattles "The Science of Getting Rich" definitely deserves nomination for any "Hall of Fame" featuring self-help books. Short, to the point, and very readable, the tone of Wallace's book will remind of the classic "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill. The Science of Getting Rich was originally written almost a hundred years ago. It is focused on the acquisition of money, period. A bold author who cuts to the chase, Wattles asserts that we have "a right to be rich" while managing to steer clear of the notions of greed, selfishness, and trampling others. Though Wattle's prescription for getting rich involves thought and acceptance of the idea, he doesn't advocate meditative inaction. Rather, Wattles focuses on going about daily business and organizing life in such a way that money can flow into it, so that life becomes really a self-fulfilling prophecy. The Science of Getting Rich includes an excellent chapter on the importance of gratitude. Wallace also teaches that the biggest impediment to our supply of money is in the mind. When we are focused on how unfair life is, it truly is hard to become rich! Packed with valuable ideas, The Science of Getting Rich is worth several thoughtful re-reads followed by a lifetime of application.
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6 people found this helpful.
on 13 February 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I love this book! It gives you a completely different approach to living well and eating better. I love the new/old ideas. We need to get back to paying attention to our bodies and stop stopping at the Golden Arches just because we drove by. Get back to working for our food. I love this approach to eating and using our own devices to listen to what our bodies are telling us. Great book!
Very good advice about only eating when your hungry and when ...
on 22 May 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Interesting little book. Especially the chapter on eating. Very good advice about only eating when your hungry and when you deserve to eat, like after doing physical labor or exercise.... then you deserve to eat!
One person found this helpful.
on 15 February 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
Service was very good no complaints. The voice on the recording is so boring it's unbearable to listen to
4 people found this helpful.
Some neat ideas
on 29 September 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
Ive been following his suggested way of eating and I'm feeling great. Its amazing how little food is required to be healthy. Ive been losing weight and feeling less bloated overall. Really easy to follow, simple, straight forward advice. It makes perfect sense now that Ive tried it. The first part of the book is kind of boring but the chapters on eating, drinking, breathing, and sleeping are great.
on 24 April 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I didn't realize this was written in 1910; that explains the writing style, which I found unreadable.
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