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Find and Use Your Inner Power Paperback – May 8, 1992
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About the Author
Emmet Fox (1886-1951) was one of the most influential spiritual leaders of the twentieth century and a pioneer of the New Thought movement. His bold, dynamic message proclaiming that our thoughts shape our reality has changed the lives of millions across the world and influenced many key contemporary spiritual writers such as Wayne Dyer, Esther Hicks, and Louise Hay, all of whom have tapped into the power of positive thinking. Fox's other key works include Power Through Constructive Thinking and Alter Your Life.
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positive benefits from this classic.
I was raised a Catholic and all I remember is rules, rituals and legalism. I was given no basis for faith and trust in God, I certainly never saw practiced -- with the exception of individuals -- the words of Jesus. And Jesus is very clear. As Emmet Fox says Jesus meant what he said. All throughout the Bible, and especially with the words of Jesus, we are told not to be afraid, not to worry, not to be anxious. Yet here we have all of these people engaged in religions of all kind and they are sorry worried and anxious that they cross every T and dot every I they will not get to this galaxy far, far away called Heaven.
It has been a difficult year and change since I started on this journey of totally changing my consciousness, because life has been a mess for a long time for me. It wasn't easy for me to discover that my thoughts, and those that were given to me from the cradle, definitely created my life, but when I looked back I understood completely -- and one night I took total responsibility for all of it.
Anyway, I digress on this review. This book, and the others of Emmet Fox, which are mainly collections of essays, are little gems and the more you learn the more insight they will give you. If you have done the other work they will really help.
The explanation of True Place and Right Place is truly magnificent. I know for a fact that I am not in my True Place, because I know what gives me joy and what doesn't, but I am in my Right Place, doing something I have never been happy in, and now I know why. And once I get over the thought that what I am asking for is too big or too hard -- refer to essay "It's Hard If You Think It Is" -- I know it will get better.
For people who think New Thought is heretical or nonsense, the fact is that thousands and thousands of people have used these principles and their lives have been transformed, often as if by magic. In other words, God's law is a law you can prove for yourself.
Since it's the Christmas season I'll recommend another of Emmet Fox's essays "What Jesus Taught About Christmas" that is in "Diagrams for Living" -- but you might be able to find it in a PDF online, if you don't want the whole book, but I really do recommend this book. It's nothing but Good News and it's so good you'll be able to let go of all the negatives that this holiday has turned into for so many thousands of people, including myself.
People think I'm crazy when I say I no longer consider the Bible as a religious book belonging to some "ism" out there. It is the key to life and, as Fox writes "Whether you realize it or not, you are on every page from Genesis to Revelation." Believe me when I say my Bible now has a ton of little Post-It markers, just like my Emmet Fox and Joseph Murphy books.