Synopses & Reviews
A companion volume to the classic The Science of Mind, here is a year of daily meditations from beloved spiritual leader Ernest Holmes.
Daily meditations are central to the Science of Mind philosophy: whatever a person believes is what he or she lives.
From the early 1940s until his passing in 1960, teacher and philosopher Ernest Holmes personally created hundreds of daily meditations. For the first time, the finest of these-words that inspire, nurture, and revitalize the fabric of our lives-are collected in one attractive volume. Augmented by quotes from scripture and the words of great philosophers throughout history, these meditations will enrich every heart.
A companion to the classic "The Science of Mind", this book is a year of daily meditations from beloved spiritual leader Ernest Holmes.
This newly repackaged edition of one of Tarcher's bestselling Holmes backlist titles contains wisdom designed to help each reader experience the Science of Mind philosophy day by day.
About the Author
Ernest Shurtleff Holmes (1887-1960) was an avid student of the world's spiritual systems. He found in these a common denominator he called the Science Mind, a practical philosophy for abundant living. Beginning as self- educated lecturer, Holmes developed a large following of students and went on to formalize his work by founding Science of Mind magazine, an educational institute, and the United Church Religious Science. His writings have inspired the work of countless clergy, business leaders, physicians, and psychologists and have helped to shape the guiding principles of the modern human potential movement, both spiritual and secular. Born and raised in Maine, Holmes spent much of his adult life in California.