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Five Steps to Freedom: An Introduction to Spiritual Mind Treatment

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Spiritual Mind Treatment is a five-step mental and spiritual thought process that first redirects harmful thinking patterns away from the problem, then places the mind in total alignment with the divine Mind through the use of self-affirming terms. In this book, each step is carefully considered followed by exercises that develop the personal application and expression of ...more
Paperback, 91 pages
Published September 15th 2008 by DeVorss & Company
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May 07, 2016 Rick rated it it was amazing
Five stars to this easy-to-read, thoughtful, and useful guide to the process of Spiritual Mind Treatment. This is one book I will refer to over and over as I seek to center myself and make clear the process.
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Nov 17, 2012 Kanta Bosniak rated it it was amazing
The most effective writers, like the most effective leaders, are clear and accessible. Their strength lies in what comes through them, and they use their personae in service of a bigger-than-personal agenda. In Sanskrit, they would be called "Sadvipras," which means "intellectuals who use their minds to serve God and humanity."

Dr. John Waterhouse's spiritual leadership is well recognized. In this gem of a book, he demonstrates masterful writing as well. The book is a clear, well-organized, and b
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Friendly and clear, the reassuring tone of this basic primer on spiritual mind treatment, also known as affirmative prayer, makes it a good guide for those just beginning to think about moving into a more positive prayer practice. The Five Steps and Waterman's "Four Elements" -- the idea that effective prayer be personal, present, positive and precise -- are each given their own chapter with easy to understand explanations, examples, and opportunties for the student to try his/or her own hand at ...more
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