Your Spiritual Power by Ernest Holmes
A Collection of Inspirational Writings

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Ernest Holmes, well known for founding the Church of Religious Science (now called “Centers for Spiritual Living”) and for his magnum opus The Science of Mind, published many smaller papers and treatises throughout his career as an author. Now, for the first time, seven of his best classical works are bound together in a single volume, Your Spiritual Power—including four rare works being published by Tarcher/Penguin for the first time.

 The works in this amazing collection of motivational writing include:

—Immortality: Thoughts on what it truly means to be immortal, and ponderings on what experiences after death may be like.

—What Religious Science Teaches: Offering the student of life the best that the world has so far discovered, Holmes shows how the ideas of Religious Science have been developed by Taoism, Hindu scriptures, the Koran, the Talmud, and other great spiritual teachings of the world.

—Your invisible Power: Considered by Holmes to be one of his most powerful works, this short book expands on a selection of key topics presented in The Science of Mind, and is illustrated throughout.

—Pray and Prosper: An essay discussing Holmes’s understanding of prayer and its relationship to the infinite. Holmes contemplates the meaning of prayer, its objectives, and prayer’s relationship to internal spiritual enlightenment.

 Additionally, this omnibus will include Holmes’s classic works Think Your Troubles Away, Living Without Fear, and Discover a Richer Life.

 This beautiful, one-of-a-kind collection—brimming with messages of hope, inspiration, and joy—will be a must-have for students of spirituality and fans of Holmes’s work the world over.


About Ernest Holmes

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ERNEST HOLMES (1887–1960) was the founder of the worldwide Religious Science Movement. He was a uniquely gifted scholar with a vast command of the world's spiritual philosophies.
Published December 27, 2012 by Tarcher. 512 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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