“You are today where your thoughts have brought you;
you will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you.” – James Allen
Originally published in 1903, under the title, “As a Man Thinketh”, this classic masterpiece, written as a series of thoughtful essays, reflects the central truth which is the foundation of all modern success works: “As we think, so we become.” This fundamental truth, which some have called "The Secret" or the "Law of Attraction", was clearly and convincingly argued for the first time in James Allen's masterpiece, “As a Man Thinketh”.
As a Person Thinks
This NEW version, now titled “As a Person Thinks”, “platforms an opportunity to bring an age old wisdom forward that has helped me professionally and personally,” said Howroyd. “I’m thrilled to share these teachings, in a current form, with the world.”
James Allen, as well as Janice, believe that our minds control both our character and the circumstances of our lives. The good news about the power of thought, you may have been careless in the past, with the decisions you made, but today, by mastering the power of your thought, going forward, you may act wisely and enjoy a happy future. The choice is yours: either master your thoughts and create the life you want; or remain mired in negativity, frustration, and failure.
There are seven segments in this teaching –
- Thought and Character
- Effect of Thought on Circumstances
- Effect of Thought on Health and the Body
- Thought and Purpose
- The Thought Factor in Achievement
- Visions and Ideals
Each segment builds upon the other, so pace yourself, then reflect on each segment.
“James Allen’s ‘As a Man Thinketh’ has changed the lives of countless people during the last century, inspiring them to realize the unlimited potential of their own thoughts,” said Vic Conant, Chairman Nightingale-Conant. “Today, Janice is updating this classic to make it more accessible to today’s generation.”
|NC Product ID||28410DP|
|Contents||1 Audio Session (41 minutes)|
|Digital Format Info||Audio Files are in MP3 Format
Video Files (if available) are in MP4 Format
Workbooks and other printed materials are in PDF Format