Free Mind Power Books By All Your Favorite Authors

Here is another great opportunity for expanding your learning. Reading these books may change the direction of your life and they will certainly expand your thinking, with brand new, enlightening messages and lessons. This is a collection of free mind power books by all your favorite authors at FreeMindPowerBooks.com

As A Man Thinketh by James Allen
The Eight Pillars of Prosperity by James Allen
As A Man Thinketh New Version
The Path to Prosperity by James Allen
Your Invisible Power by Genevieve Behrend
Attaining Your Desires by Genevieve Behrend
How to Live Life and Love It by Genevieve Behrend
Mind Power by William Walker Atkinson
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles
Audio Version of the Science of Getting Rich
The Science of Being Great by Wallace Wattles
Thoughts Are Things by Prentice Mulford
The Master Mind by Theron Q. Dumont
The Ideal Made Real by Christian D. Larson
The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel
Dynamic Thought by Henry Thomas Hamblin
Power of Concentration by Theron Q. Dumont
The Mastery of Destiny by James Allen
In Tune With the Infinite by Ralph Waldo Trine
Your Forces and How to Use Them by Christian D. Larson

All those free books and much more can be found at… FreeMindPowerBooks.com

How Reading Changed My Life has a wonderful quote about books and their ability to impact our lives beyond the pages and how we become much more than our own selves…

“The writers of books do not truly die; their characters, even the ones who throw themselves in front of trains or are killed in battle, come back to life over and over again. Books are the means to immortality: Plato lives forever, as do Dickens, and Dr. Seuss, Soames Forsythe, Jo March, Scrooge, Anna Karenina, and Vronsky. Over and over again Heathcliff wanders the moor searching for his Cathy. Over and over again Ahab fights the whale. Through them all we experience other times, other places, other lives. We manage to become much more than our own selves. The only dead are those who grow sere and shriveled within, unable to step outside their own lives and into those of others. Ignorance is death.”

I have read all of the books listed above and from each of these I have learned (at the very least), one lesson that still travels with me each day.

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