The Science of Being Great

  • by Wallace D. Wattles
  • Narrated by Eliza Foss
  • 2 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Wallace D. Wattles was a forward-looking metaphysical writer of the early 20th century with a disarmingly simple, incredibly potent message: our subconscious mind is a force that can impress its images both upon us and the circumstances that surround us. Learn to use it, and you can begin to transform your desires into reality. Wattles' psychospiritual methods are not magical formulae in which the faithful are asked to place naïve hopes, but rather are time-tested, hard-won principles that he had seen succeed in the laboratory of his own life. Wattles saw this slender guide as the key to the practical, real-world betterment of all people. In The Science of Being Great, Wattles reveals:
The one true, amazingly simple secret to greatness

Why life naturally favors and assists our progress

The overlooked, ever-flowing source of personal power

The vital need to form a central idea or conception of yourself

Why Lincoln was great and Napoleon was not ¿ and the crucial difference

Specific exercises to tap your Principle of Power

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TOO MUCH

Please be prepared to get punched in the face by the number of times God is referred to in this selection. I believe in an ultimate force guiding the universe, but this book was too much!
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- K. E. Lulofs-MacPherson

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-03-2007
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio