THE KEY TO POWER AND PERSONAL PEACE by U. S. Anderson

THE KEY TO POWER AND PERSONAL PEACE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Accentuating the positive, this cultivates an inward view of inherent power for its outward manifestations as it discusses the locks and blocks to the development of that power. This makes use of a simplification of psychological findings, the Bible, mystical experiences, prayer and faith, it leads firmly, step by step, from evil as an illusion to its finale that You are God; it offers daily meditations (these can be detached from the book); it instructs on improving thought habits and on treatment of disease through treating the mind; it is insistent that nothing is impossible and that to let go is to let God. The author has learned his techniques in football, World War II and in business has practiced them with success and taught them through a course of lessons which is the basis of this book. That omniverous -- or so it seems -- audience, intent on self-help and self-knowledge, is indicated.

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 1954
Publisher: Hermitage House