Books for beginners…

I especially love the earlier authors and books written from about 1900 to about 1950. They are very clear in their explanations and don’t have today’s “hype” words that are frequently taken out of context.

Some examples are:

  • Emmet Fox
  • Joseph Murphy
  • Ralph Waldo Trine
  • James Allen
  • Glenn Clark
  • Venice Bloodworth
  • W. Frederick Keeler

And of course, the founders of the early 3 New Thought organizations.

  • Malinda Cramer, founder of Divine ScienceCharles and
  • Myrtle Fillmore, founders of Unity
  • Ernest Holmes, founder of Religious Science

Any of these will give you a good start. They were prolific writers and each book will further enhance your understanding. Most of them have recently been reprinted.

Read them more than once.

Each time you will get something that you didn’t understand before. It’s the proverbial “onion skin” being pulled away to reveal more of the real you inside.

I still read them and get something new each time.

Because of the different writing styles the slightly different wording gives insights to different areas of how the laws interact. You’ll say “Oh, that’s what he meant.”

This is not difficult.

It is practicing discipline until we have it all thoroughly ingrained in our subconscious.

We just have to “undo” some of our beliefs and “enhance” new ones.

That is part of the mental discipline required.