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The Science of Being Well
Wallace D Wattles (1910)

From the author of The Science of Getting Rich comes the Science of Being Well. In these pages you will find out how the power of positive thinking can improve your health.

This practical guide will help your explore the principles of health and lead you to a healthy, happier you.

Originally published in 1910, The Science of Being Well applies the power of positive thinking to getting and maintaining good physical health.

According to Wallace Wattles, thought is far more powerful than we imagine. It is the way in which humans can literally reshape reality according to their will, and it is how we interact with the substance of the universe.

People from all walks of life will be intrigued by this book from the New Thought tradition. And those wanting a new way to improve their health will find Wattles' approach empowering.

American author, Wallace Delois Wattles (1860-1911) overcame poverty and failure in his life to become a pioneer of the early self-help movement.

Among his books are The Science of Getting Rich, The Science of Being Great, and How to Be a Genius.
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