Henry Wood's instructive essays and exercises, on the restorative power in the contemplation of Spiritual aspirations and affirmations, aided by mental pictures, vigilantly practiced with the aim to overcome and replace thoughts that arise from such base emotions as anger, jealousy, pride, ambition, or fear (a process that restored his own health when allopathic practitioners could not); evoked praise from the critics of his day (at least by the reviewers included at the end of this book), who understandably dubbed him “the Emerson of the new Metaphysical thought.” 163 Pages.
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