Thinking and Destiny (With a Brief Account of The Descent of Man Into This Human World and How He Will Return to The Eternal Order of Progression)
In Thinking and Destiny, something new-although older than time-is now made known to the world-about Consciousness.
No student or teacher of metaphysics, no leader of a modern school of thought, no minister or priest of ancient or modern religions, no critic of whatever other qualification can fail to marvel at the wealth of detailed information on the numerous subjects treated or fail to wonder—until he has absorbed the portions on Consciousness —how the author obtained the information which he presents with crystal clarity.
The information is largely about the makeup of the human, where man comes from, what becomes of him; it explains what thinking is; it tells how a thought is created, and how thoughts are exteriorized into acts, objects and events, and how they make his destiny. Destiny is thus shown to be self- determined by thinking; and the processes of re- existence and the after-death states are told in detail.
A single reading of any one chapter of Thinking and Destiny brings rich rewards in new understanding of life’s puzzling mysteries. To read the entire book is come nearer to knowledge of one’s destiny and how to shape it than is possible through study of anything previously written in the English language.
Both the casually curious glancer at books and the most avid seeker for knowledge will be intrigued by the index, which lists more than 400 subjects in Thinking and Destiny, and by the fifteen chapter headings in the Table of Contents, which identify the 156 sections that fill the 1,020 pages of this mighty book.
The Foreword contains the only pages in which Mr. Percival uses the first personal pronoun. Here he relates some of the amazing experiences through which he was able (1) to grasp the knowledge he transmits, and (2) to acquire the ability to do so. He speaks also of the fourteen years devoted to editing, revising, and clarifying the original transcript of the book.
The Afterword was written by the man who, for twenty years, took down the author’s" dictation. He tells about the remarkable manner in which the book was produced.
In the thirty-four pages of Symbols, ‘Illustrations and Charts, the student will find new and valuable material heretofore unavailable. Since the author refers frequently to these illustrations, they have been grouped together as a single section following page 857.
**Contents and Sample Pages**
Item Code: NAT051 Author: Harold Waldwin Percival Cover: HARDCOVER Edition: 2001 Publisher: MOTILAL BANARSIDASS PUBLISHERS ISBN: 9788120817838 Language: ENGLISH Size: 9.00 X 5.50 inch Pages: 1048 (22 B/W Illustrations) Other Details: Weight of the Book: 1.1 Kg
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