The Science of Psychic Healing
Sprache - Englisch
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In 'The Science of Psychic Healing,' William Walker Atkinson dives into the empirical veins of psychic practices, delivering a pragmatic guide for those inclined to understand and implement psychic healing techniques. Eschewing dense theorization, Atkinson favors a direct, instructional approach that outlines the 'how-to' of this form of healing, grounding his work in the natural laws akin to measurable phenomena like electricity. His literary style is one of simplicity and clarity, designed to be accessible for practitioners rather than a treatise for scholars, placing the work within the larger context of early 20th-century movements that sought to demystify the esoteric and align it with the burgeoning field of psychology and natural science.
William Walker Atkinson, under the pseudonym Yogi Ramacharaka, was a key figure in the New Thought movement, which espoused the belief in the mind's power over the body and circumstances. His prolific writings cover topics from psychology and occultism to the broader canvas of human potential. Atkinson's approach to psychic healing is rooted in his conviction that all healing hinges on universal principles, a perspective shaped by his broad interest in the mystical and the hidden mechanisms of the psyche. This background informed his aim to distil complex ideas into applicable knowledge within 'The Science of Psychic Healing.'
'The Science of Psychic Healing' appeals to readers seeking a convergence of metaphysical philosophy and practical application. Those who appreciate a blend of spirituality and empirical practice will find this book insightful, offering counsel without dogmatism. It stands out as a pragmatic manual for healers, and a ruminative text for thinkers. Atkinson's work endures as a beacon for those inclined to explore healing arts that tap into the profound interconnectedness of mind, body, and universe.
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William Walker Atkinson (1862–1932) was a pivotal figure in the early 20th-century New Thought movement and a prolific author, attorney, merchant, and publisher. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, he pursued a legal career before turning to the exploration of spiritual and esoteric subjects. Atkinson wrote under several pseudonyms, among them Theron Q. Dumont and Yogi Ramacharaka, a testament to his diverse interests from Western thought to Eastern philosophies. His work 'The Science of Psychic Healing' delves into the realm of healing through mental and spiritual faculties, reflecting the core principles of the New Thought movement that emphasized the power of positive thinking and the mind's ability to affect one's physical reality and health. Atkinson's writings span over a hundred books that cover topics such as the laws of attraction, mentalism, and personal success. His literary style amalgamates empirical observations with speculative philosophy, encouraging introspective and practical applications of psychic phenomena. Atkinson's influence extended beyond his life as he inspired future generations seeking holistic wellness and self-empowerment. Despite the esoteric nature of his subjects, Atkinson maintained a practical and accessible approach, ensuring his work reached a broad audience. His contributions remain relevant as his teachings continue to resonate with audiences interested in New Thought and the power of the mind.
Genre: Sprache - Englisch
Umfang: 190 Seiten
Größe: 237,8 KB
Veröffentlichung: 13. November 2022