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+Sold out+ The way of peace
     Watchmaker Publishing
Title : +Sold out+ The way of peace
Author : James Allen
Publisher : Watchmaker Publishing
Country : United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Language : English
ISBN/ISSN : 978-1603863322
Published year : 2010
Number of pages : 68
Book subject : humanities/consciousness & thought
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Presentation Data English:
The Way of Peace is an inspirational classic that should not be missed by anyone interested in accessing spiritual transcendence. Here James Allen (author of As a Man Thinketh) details how one might reverse the pain that comes from living for the self. After identifying life's common spiritual traps, he then teaches how to overcome these obstacles and enter a world free of pain, hate and fear. Endlessly thought-provoking, Way of Peace is a treasure-trove of wisdom from a voice informed by truth.

Chapter Headings:

Chapter 1: The Power of Meditation
Chapter 2: The Two Masters, Self and Truth
Chapter 3: The Acquirement of Spiritual Power
Chapter 4: The Realization of Selfless Love
Chapter 5: Entering Into the Infinite
Chapter 6: Saints, Sages, and Saviors
Chapter 7: The Realization of Perfect Peace

Author's Profile:
Born in 1864, James Allen is just now gaining recognition for a small but still prescient body of inspirational books and poetry. Living his life in England, Allen worked as an executive secretary until retiring at the age of 38 to live out the rest of his days in quiet contemplation. The result of these 9 years of self-examination is a body of work that has finally found its way to popular attention. Allen died at the age of 48 in 1912, leaving behind a legacy that would help inspire the modern self-help movement.