Review of James Allen's "The Mastery of Destiny":

This little 18-page book takes you from start to finish on how to manifest your own destiny - a very interesting read without all the fluff, you'll find in the modern day versions of the same.

Most of us, me included, are always looking to manifest our own destiny, in a good way. James Allen really breaks it down for you - from the Law of Cause and Effect (the Law of Attraction), to breaking your bad habits, to the joy you feel, when you accomplish something.

Think about this excerpt from his book for a moment or two: "Characteristics are fixed habits of mind, the results of deeds. An act repeated a large number of times becomes unconscious, or automatic— that is, it then seems to repeat itself without any effort on the part of the doer, so that it seems to him almost impossible not to do it, and then it has become a mental characteristic." Since this is the case, if you stay focused on (repetition being one of the major keys) what you want, you will get what you want with little or no conscious effort.

 

Think about it ... How much conscious effort does it take a person to drive a car once they've been driving for awhile?

 

Imagine the possibilities ... ;o)

James Allen's "The Mastery of Destiny" (written in 1909), is one of nineteen books he wrote in his short nine year literary career, which ended when he died in 1912. Here is a sampling of what "The Mastery of Destiny" talks about:

  • DEEDS, CHARACTER, AND DESTINY
  • THE SCIENCE OF SELF-CONTROL
  • CAUSE AND EFFECT IN HUMAN CONTACT
  • TRAINING OF THE WILL
  • THOROUGHNESS
  • MIND-BUILDING AND LIFE-BUILDING
  • CULTIVATION OF CONCENTRATION
  • PRACTICE OF MEDITATION
  • THE POWER OF PURPOSE
  • THE JOY OF ACCOMPLISHMENT

Imagine the possibilities of manifesting your own destiny, for the good - to get what YOU truly want out of life.

Get moving in the right direction and start gathering some momentum, today. James Allen's "The Mastery of Destiny," is good place to start.

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