The Science of Mind: Deluxe Leather-Bound Edition

The Science of Mind: Deluxe Leather-Bound Edition

by Ernest Holmes


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CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF CHANGING THE WORLD! One of the most important spiritual manifestos of modern times—Ernest Holmes's magnum opus—in a gorgeous leather-bound edition.

The Science of Mind has been heralded as one of the most influential and widely read works of spiritual thought in the last century. Hundreds of thousands of copies in all editions have been sold over the years, and millions of people have benefited from the wisdom in this book—a book that sparked a spiritual revolution.

Now Tarcher/Penguin will be offering the most complete and beautifully packaged leather-bound edition—in time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the 1938 edition of The Science of Mind. This edition will include:

• Black bonded-leather binding

• 4-color designed box

• Gilded edges

• Ribbon marker

• Concordance

and more!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780399160882
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 10/25/2012
Pages: 960
Sales rank: 678,919
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 10.00(h) x 2.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Ernest Holmes (1887 – 1960) was the founder of the worldwide Religious Science Movement. A uniquely gifted scholar with a vast command of the world’s spiritual philosophies, his magnum opus, The Science of Mind, has been in continuous print since 1926. Other inspirational works include Creative Mind, This Thing Called You, The Art of Life, Creative Mind and Success, Love and Law, The Hidden Power of the Bible, and many others.

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2013 Nautilus Books for a Better World Silver winner as Best Gift/Specialty Book

"The first forty pages or so of this voluminous work laid out the mind-over-matter philosophy of California mystic Ernest Holmes, which became a major influence on New Age spirituality. Holmes was a broad thinker and his work reflects a wide variety of influences, from Emerson to Christian Science founder Mary Baker Eddy. Holmes never became widely known but influenced many who did, such as Norman Vincent Peale. His books could be found in the libraries of George Lucas, Elvis Presley, and scholar of myth Joseph Campbell."
—TIME magazine

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