Your Forces, and How to Use Them - White Cross Library, Vol. V. Prentice MULFORD.

Your Forces, and How to Use Them - White Cross Library, Vol. V.

New York: F. J. Needham, 1912. Reprint. Hardcover. Small octavo. Eccentrically paginated [approx. 200pp.], ii pages adverts. Original cloth, gilt-lettered on spine & front board, with gilt cross in red pyramid design on front board. Volume Five (only) of the "White Cross Library" series of books by Mulford which dealt with mental powers / thought currents and how to train and use them. Chapter headings of this volume: Mental Tyranny; Spells Or The Law Of Change; Look Forward; Thought Currents; Healthy And Unhealthy Spirit Communion; Uses Of Diversion; Regeneration Or Being Born Again; Lies Breed Disease Truths Bring Health; God's Commands Are Mans Demands; About Economizing Our Forces; God In The Trees Or The Infinite Mind In Nature; What is Justice? California author Prentice Mulford (1834–1891) was a noted literary humorist and pioneer of the New Thought movement who wrote essays and poetry as well as a number of books on mental/spiritual laws such as the series of which this volume is a part. Cloth shows a little modest shelf-wear, light bruising to points, a couple of small bumps to edges, pages toned and with a few with creases but unmarked. Still overall a tight, clean VG+ copy. (no dust jacket - probably none called for). Early editions of this series becoming quite scarce. Item #67811

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