The Short Cut: Regeneration Through Fasting

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Cosimo, Inc., Nov 1, 2006 - Self-Help - 104 pages
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Everything you've always wanted can be yours, simply through the discipline acquired via self-denial. So went the thinking of the first "New Age" thinkers of the popular occult movement of the early 20th century. This 1928 book imparts all the wisdom of the New Psychology on the subject of fasting: the benefits of physical, mental, and emotional fasting, and the right way to fast in order to maximize those benefits. This intriguing document of early self-help and motivational philosophies will fascinate those seeking a little-trod path to enlightenment today. American doctor and writer JULIA SETON, M.D. (1862-1950) is also the author of Destiny, a New Thought Novel (1917), The Key to Health, Wealth and Love (1917), The Science of Success (1914), and Helpful Thoughts (1926).
 

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Contents

Why We Fast
3
How To Fast
11
HI The Physical Fast
18
The Mental Fast
28
The Emotional Fast
36
The Illuminati Fast
44
The Vision Creating In Consciousness
56
The Psychology of the Breath
60
Special Directions For Fasting
65
ExercisesMuscle Tensing Breath as Force
67
The Mystical Breath Instructions For Breathing
71
The SupraConsciousness
75
The SuperMan
79
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