|The Power of Your Subconscious Mind |
by Joseph Murphy
A user's guide to the mind, this volume explains the techniques of autosuggestion and visualization. Its simple mental exercises can help readers acquire better health, professional and financial success, and other life-enhancing benefits.
|The Master Key System |
by Charles F. Haanel
The inspiration for the bestseller The Secret, this self-help guide has motivated generations of entrepreneurs and leaders. It advocates a manner of thinking that can help transform wishes into reality.
|As a Man Thinketh |
by James Allen
"As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he" forms the basis of this inspirational classic stressing positive thinking as the key to happiness. Includes Morning and Evening Thoughts, a collection of daily meditations.
|The Complete Works of Florence Scovel Shinn |
by Florence Scovel Shinn
This volume collects all four of Shinn's empowering classics — including The Game of Life and How to Play It — offering a wealth of affirmations and real-life success stories.
|The Game of Life and How to Play It |
by Florence Scovel Shinn
Informal and humorous, this book shows how positive attitudes can make you a "winner." Norman Vincent Peale endorsed it as a way to "find prosperity, solve problems, have better health."
|The Science of Getting Rich |
by Wallace D. Wattles
This classic declares that life's direction is a self-fulfilling prophecy and offers a practical rather than philosophical approach. It shows how creative thought and willpower are key to achieving goals.
|Acres of Diamonds |
by Russell H. Conwell
Profound yet easy to read, this self-help classic by the founder of Temple University provides practical advice on opening your mind and making the most of your circumstances to find success.
|Creative Mind and Success |
by Ernest Holmes
A simple, direct manual for understanding the nature of the universe and the creative power of the mind, this classic explains how "right thinking" can help achieve independence and prosperity.
|How to Live on 24 Hours a Day: with The Human Machine |
by Arnold Bennett
One of the first self-help books, this time-management classic has inspired millions to abandon the mundane and pursue their true desires. "Straightforward, vigorous, pungent." — The New York Times.
|The Law of Success |
by Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill queried dozens of people about the keys to their prosperity and organized his findings into 15 principles, forming a methodology for employing untapped "mind-power" that leads to success.
|The Master Key to Riches |
by Napoleon Hill
This easy-to-read guide is based on the principles behind the success of Carnegie, Ford, Edison, and other 20th-century tycoons. It offers tips for career advancement, increased wealth, and personal fulfillment.
|The Secret of the Ages |
by Robert Collier
Appeal to basic elements of human nature — love, pride, duty, and self-indulgence — to reach your audience and sell your product. Essential reading for success in sales, advertising, and copywriting.
|Alcoholics Anonymous: The Original 1939 Edition |
by Bill W., Dick B
This volume sets forth the cornerstone concepts of recovery and relates stories of those who have overcome alcoholism. A lifeline to millions worldwide, it is the most widely used resource for recovering alcoholics.
|The Consolation of Philosophy |
Landmark of medieval Western thought written by a 6th-century Roman statesman and philosopher awaiting execution. How to achieve and maintain spiritual peace amid life's inevitable pain.
|Abandonment to Divine Providence |
by Jean-Pierre de Caussade
God hides behind simple daily activities; finding Him is a matter of surrender to His will. That's the message of this inspirational classic, which has guided generations to spiritual peace.
|A Confession |
by Leo Tolstoy, Aylmer Maude
This poignant text describes Tolstoy's heartfelt reexamination of Christian orthodoxy and subsequent spiritual awakening. Generations of readers have been inspired by this timeless account of one man's struggle for faith and meaning in life.
|The Gospel in Brief |
by Leo Tolstoy, Isabel Hapgood
The Russian author reinterprets the gospels, disregarding issues related to Jesus's divinity and focusing strictly on his words and teachings. The result is a remarkably modern meditation on spirituality.
|The Kingdom of God Is Within You |
by Leo Tolstoy, Constance Garnett
The soul-searching book that inspired Gandhi to embrace the concept of passive resistance, Tolstoy's 1894 polemic clearly outlines a radical, well-reasoned revision of traditional Christian thinking.
|The Law of Love and The Law of Violence |
by Leo Tolstoy
This treatise articulates Tolstoy's famous dictum that it is morally superior to suffer violence than to do violence — a philosophy that has inspired Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and countless others.
|The Everlasting Man |
by G. K. Chesterton
Chesterton's view of Christianity — as a blend of philosophy and mythology, satisfying intellect and spirit — applies to his brilliant book, which appeals to readers' heads as well as their hearts.
|The Imitation of Christ |
by Thomas à Kempis, Aloysius Croft, Harold Bolton
This religious classic has brought understanding and comfort to millions for centuries. Written in a candid and conversational style, the topics include liberation from worldly inclinations, preparation and consolations of prayer, and eucharistic communion.
|In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do? |
by Charles M. Sheldon
This inspirational novel popularized the expression, What Would Jesus Do? Written by a Congregational minister, it tells of four parishioners who resolve to undertake no action without first considering Christ's example.
|The Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius of Loyola |
by Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Thomas Corbishley, S. J.
Rather than a set formula for prayer, the founder of the Jesuits offers a way of "raising the mind and heart to God," providing a great variety of themes for meditation.
|The Woman's Bible: A Classic Feminist Perspective |
by Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Book-by-book examination of the Bible by pioneer in women's rights movement places events in their historical context, interprets passages as allegory and fact, and compares them with myths of other cultures.