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Thoughts Are Things: The Things in Your Life and the Thoughts That Are Behind Them

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The authors of this Science of Mind classic sum up its content as "the things in your life and the thoughts that are behind them". Readers will discover that the key to living a life of inner peace, contentment and fulfillment is to think in creative, positive, self-affirming ways. For, in the words of the authors, "Every thought has a consequence. And every experience has ...more
Paperback, 101 pages
Published May 1st 1999 by Health Communications (first published June 1967)
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Jeane Watier
Jul 05, 2012 Jeane Watier rated it it was amazing
My favorite book of Ernest Holmes teachings.
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Mar 23, 2015 Karl rated it really liked it
In, “Thoughts are Things”, Ernest Holmes and Willis Kinnear team up to provide the reader with a reminder that “…the key to living a life of inner peace, contentment and fulfillment is to think in creative, positive, self-affirming ways… Every thought has a consequence. And every experience has a causative thought behind it.” The information pertaining to this central theme is presented in a very unique way - Willis Kinnear discusses various life challenges that people face on the even numbered ...more
Emily
Apr 26, 2012 Emily rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have the 1983 paperback edition, written in conjuction with Willis Kinnear. Kinnear writes a comment and Holmes writes a commentary, with afirmations. Interesting format, easy to read and only 95 pages, I found this book enjoyable and full of food for thought.

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