The Power of Silence

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The Floating Press, Jan 1, 2009 - Self-Help - 233 pages
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For thousands of years, monks and monastics in contemplative orders have surrendered to the power of silence to pursue personal and spiritual growth. In The Power of Silence, renowned New Thought leader Horatio Dresser lays out some of these ancient techniques in a simplified manner that makes them easier for modern-day readers to follow and understand. If you have long been interested in meditation, but never thought you had the patience or presence of mind to succeed in your practice, this book is for you.
 

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Contents

Preface
4
Chapter I The Point of View
10
Chapter II The Immanent God
27
Chapter III The World of Manifestation
59
Chapter IV The Nature of Existence
83
Chapter V Mental Life
104
Chapter VI The Meaning of Idealism
127
Chapter VII The Nature of the Mind
151
Chapter IX Duality of Self
212
Chapter X Adjustment
232
Chapter XI Poise
270
Chapter XII SelfHelp
297
Chapter XIII Entering the Silence
318
Chapter XIV The Outlook
338
Endnotes
361
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Chapter VIII The Meaning of Suffering
178

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