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(Warren Felt). Excerpt from Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics Tms volume is designed to complete a series of works on the subject of Mental Therapeutics, the publication of which was commenced several years ago, and which was intended to give a view of the subject in its various aspects.

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() The Primitive Mind Cure. () Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics. Vahle, N. () The Unity movement: Its. Lessons in Christian Philosophy and Transcendental Medicine (Boston, ); Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics (Boston, ). Evans wrote four books before The Mental Cure that were not specifically concerned with healing: Divine Order in the Process of Full Salvation (Boston, ); The Happy Islands; or, Paradise Restored (Boston.

Early New Thought author and Methodist-turned-Swedenborgian Warren Felt Evans ( - ) was an influential esoteric writer, even publishing a book titled "Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics" (). Evans was healed and inspired by Mesmer-influenced Phineas P.

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Evans wrote five other books: Mental Medicine (), Soul and Body (), The Divine Law of Cure (), The Primitive Mind Cure (), and Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics (). As his thought matured, Evans took Quimby's healing practice into the Swedenborgian theology that dominated his thought.

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Warren Felt Evans () was an American author. Author(s): Evans,W F(Warren Felt) Title(s): Esoteric Christianity and mental W. Evans Country of Publication: United States Publisher. Early New Thought author and Methodist-turned-Swedenborgian Warren Felt Evans ( - ) was an influential esoteric writer, even publishing a book titled "Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics" ().

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Esoteric Christianity and mental therapeutics Author. Early New Thought author and Methodist-turned-Swedenborgian Warren Felt Evans ( - ) was an influential esoteric writer, even publishing a book titled "Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics" (). Evans was healed and inspired by Mesmer-influenced Phineas P.

Quimby ( - ) who also healed and influenced Mary Baker Eddy. His most widely read book, The Divine Law of Cure, appeared in and went through many editions. The Primitive Mind Cure was issued inand a year later, inEvans' last book, Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics, was given to the public.

This too had a wide s: 1. () The Mental Cure (Illustrating the Influence of the Mind on the Body, Both in Health and Disease, and the Psychological Method of Treatment).

() Mental Medicine. () Soul and Body. () The Divine Law of Cure. () The Primitive Mind Cure. () Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics.

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Phineas Parkhurst Quimby (–), the father of mental healing in America, bequeathed only scattered manuscripts to his followers. Evans, however, wrote six books that decisively influenced the growth of New Thought, a loosely organized religious movement concerned with.

Readers interested in the history of alternative health ideas, and early ideas about the mind/body connection will find a wealth of material in this book.

American writer WARREN FELT EVANS (), a pioneer thinker in the early "New Age" philosophy of New Thought, also wrote Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics.

This article contains information about the literary events and publications of Events. January – MLN: Modern Language Notes, an academic journal, introduces European A list of books considered "necessary for a liberal education", comiled by John Lubbock, Warren Felt Evans – Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics.

Source: 1. This article is adapted from chapter two of my forthcoming book, Christianity in Crisis (Harvest House).

Part Two in this series will be an article specially written for the Christian Research Journal See, for example, Phineas P. Quimby, quoted in The Quimby Manuscripts, ed. Horatio W. Dresser (New Hyde Park, NY: University Books.Esoteric Christianity and Mental Therapeutics by WF Evans The Esoteric Character of the Gospels by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky - Helena Petrovna Blavatsky by Katherine Tingley Esoteric Buddhism by AP Sinnett Nightmare Tales by HP Blavatsky Compre The Mental Cure - Complete & Unabridged (English Edition) de Evans, Warren Felt na Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos, lançamentos e livros digitais : Kindle.