Thought Forms

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 62 pages
3 Reviews
It is the authors' hope - as is their belief - that this little book will serve as a striking moral lesson to every reader, making him realize the nature and power of his thoughts, acting as a stimulus to the noble, a curb on the base. To paint in earth's dull colors the forms clothed in the living light of other worlds is a hard and thankless task; so much the more gratitude is due to those who have attempted it. They needed colored fire, and had only ground earths.

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User Review  - Erren Wolf - Goodreads

Fascinating book and one of my reference books when it comes to describing the nonphysical world. Leadbeater is a man who can see thought-forms and he illustrates and describes them. What does anger ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chy - Goodreads

Okay, look, it was fascinating that it was written in 1901 and it's all about the shapes and colors of thoughts/emotions. But it's preachy, it's stagnant, and it doesn't account for individual ... Read full review

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Leadbeater is a writer, Demos research associate, and consultant to leading companies. He is a member of the British government's Competitiveness Council and an advisor to Prime Minister Tony Blair's Downing Street Policy Unit.

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