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In Tune with the Infinite: Ralph Waldo Trine's Motivational Classic - Complete Original Text Paperback – October 1, 2007


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 128 pages
  • Publisher: Arc Manor (October 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1604500271
  • ISBN-13: 978-1604500271
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 0.3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #906,614 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I picked this book up because I wanted to get a sense of what writings might have influenced authors like Fox and Holmes.
NewThinker
In this regard, the interested reader will find valuable insights in Geza Vermes' work The Authentic Gospel of Jesus and The Sermon on the Mount by Emmet Fox.
Pieter Uys
Compounding the problem is that fear thoughts will bring with them consequences that are in opposition to what we desire.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Elle Sommer on March 9, 2008
This is a cut above your usual new age/metaphysical writings. First published in 1897 it's clear that Trine was influenced by the thinking of Drummond and Emerson, especially Emerson whom he refers to as 'the inspired one, the seer.....at Concord'. Nowhere have I read such a clear exposition on the practical means of connecting to and harnessing the Divine current that regulates every aspect of the universe and everything in human life. We are all heirs to a larger life if we would be open to accessing and purposefully operating the forces that lie within. For anyone even slightly interested in experiencing greater and grander portions of creation, I urge you to begin with this book and read it over and over and over and it is certain that a "full, rich life continually expanding in beauty, wisdom and power" will be yours.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Pieter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 9, 2009
This classic has real depth and power; eternal truths are presented in an appealing way. The author explains that thinking is a vital, living force and that the individual possesses creative power through the operation of thought processes. For a more detailed explanation, I highly recommend The Creative Process in the Individual by Thomas Troward. Everything exists in the unseen before it becomes visible; the unseen is cause and the seen is effect.

Hope & serenity are conducive to physical health. Faith is much stronger than fear whilst compassion & sympathy ought to be the response to hatred & anger. The soul must approach God directly, not through mediators like persons, doctrines or organizations. Trine observes that the mind is clean upon awakening; it is thus an ideal time for prayer or meditation.

Peace comes from within and faith subdues all negatives. It is good to be aware of the 'everlasting arms' as mentioned in the familiar hymn. All hereditary traits & influences can be overcome by spiritual communion with God. As for prosperity, God provides if one believes & expects this to be so. Do whatever you are given well and if it is not exactly what you want, consider it a stepping stone to better things. A sincere desire and receptive attitude guarantee results. Above all, do not hoard but circulate your material wealth wisely.

True worship requires only God and the human soul. Trine discusses various saying of Jesus, including: "The Father & I are one" and scriptural passages like the tale of the Prodigal Son.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By NewThinker on May 31, 2011
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I am an avid reader and student of the New Thought movement. I picked this book up because I wanted to get a sense of what writings might have influenced authors like Fox and Holmes. In In Tune With the Infinite, Trine teaches the reader to enter into an inner peace and attitude of goodwill, to pray specifically and expectantly, and to live one's way into a new plain of existence by way of positive thought. In practical terms, Trine brings our awareness to certain spiritual laws at work in the universe so that we might learn to live in harmony with those laws and benefit from their results. This is a book I will not pass on, but rather read and reread in order to fully absorb all its content. I did however purchase three additional copies for friends! Trine is most certainly a pioneer among New Thought minds!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By W. Powell on November 6, 2009
I discovered this book over fifteen years ago while searching for a better understanding of life. It hasn't left my bookshelf since. I recently revisited my 1933 edition and found that it gets better with age, my age. I find that the wisdom and discoveries in this book come to the reader based on his or her life experiences. Such is the way of enlightenment.

I don't know how Ralph Waldo Trine, way back in 1897, was able to pinpoint the secrets of connecting with "God" in order to obtain a fullness here in this life of ours, but if he were around today he'd be a shoe-in to be on Oprah and every other major talk show describing how he came upon such truths.

This book is not one that needs fancy reviews or creative marketing to get readers to pick up a copy. Nor does the reader need to bring a degree in philosophy or religion to decipher its meaning. All that's needed is for beings to have a desire to live life to the fullest and know that they're in-tune with the natural laws of the land. If this is what a person is seeking then at some point this little treasure of a book will find its way into their hands. Once you've read this book you'll never wanna lose track of where you've laid it down. Not one to be lent out that's for sure.

A Life Companion.

excerpt from "In Tune With The Infinite"

The word heaven means harmony. The word hell is from the old English hell, meaning to build a wall around, to separate; to be helled was to be shut off from. Now if there is such a thing as harmony there must be that something one can be in right relations with; for to be in right relations with anything is to be in harmony with it. Again, if there is such a thing as being helled, shut off, separated from, there must be that something from which one is held, shut off, or separated.
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