Thought Power: Its Control and Culture. Annie BESANT.

Thought Power: Its Control and Culture.

London & Benares: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1912. "Twelth Reprint" Hardcover. Octavo. viiii + 146pp. Original green cloth lettered in black on spine & front board. Annie Besant (1847–1933) was a prominent British socialist, Theosophist, women's rights activist, prolific writer and powerful orator, who became the president of the Theosophical Society and the legal guardian of Jiddu Krishnamurti, controversial "World Teacher". Besant wrote and spoke extensively on Theosophical subjects, and this volume is a collection essays intended to help the student to study his (her) own intellectual nature. Chapters include: The Nature of Thought; The Creator of Illusion; Thought Transference; Beginnings of Thought; Memory; The Growth of Thought; Concentration; Obstacles to Concentration; The Strengthening of Thought Power and Helping Others through Thought. Cloth a bit rubbed and a little discoloured, corners and spine ends bruised and chafed, page edges quite darkened, bookplate on front pastedown, owner's name on front blank, bookshop ink stamp on rear pastedown, pages very darkened with some heavy pencil underlining. Overall a tight, serviceable Good copy. (no dust jacket.). Item #69326


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