Metaphysical Thesaurus of Positive and Negative Words
This practical little guide to the terms and bywords of metaphysics clarifies the shades of meaning ordinary words take on when used in a philosophical context. Discover the esoteric significance of watchwords in a variety of categories: Spiritual Power ("curse," "fear," "esoteric," "eternal"), Thought Power ("auto-suggestion," "clairvoyance," "harmony"), Mind and Body ("apathy," "ectoplasm," "zeal"), Deity ("divine," "inspiration," "universal mind"), Mystic ("protective aura," "kismet," "phantom"), and more. This 1942 work extends its usefulness with its "Chronological History of the Metaphysical Religious Movements from 500 B.C. to Date." SARAH FLOWERS also wrote 1942's Common Sense and Its Application in Everyday Life.
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