The Complete Game of Life and How to Play It: The Classic Text with Commentary, Study Questions, Action Items, and Much Mor

The Complete Game of Life and How to Play It: The Classic Text with Commentary, Study Questions, Action Items, and Much Mor

Florence Scovel Shinn, Chris Gentry

Language: English

Pages: 146

ISBN: 2:00303351

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This new and expanded edition of one of the most influential self-help books of the 20th century makes Shinn's principles relevant to 21st-century readers. Included now are study questions, meditations, and action items that will ensure that this will become the essential edition of this classic text. Shinn begins with the following statement: "Most people consider life a battle. It's not a battle....It's a game. And like most games, it can't be played successfully without understanding the rules." In a clear and accessible manner, Shinn then sets forth and explores the six key rules for the game of life, providing to readers the user's manual for making informed decisions and fully embracing a life of success and happiness.

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Third Eye Open: Unmasking Your True Awareness

Staying Well With Guided Imagery

The Division of Consciousness: The Secret Afterlife of the Human Psyche

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

that it might interfere with the one I was awaiting. Instead of saying, “Divine ideas never conflict, the call will come at the right time,” leaving it to Infinite Intelligence to arrange, I commenced to manage things myself—I made the battle mine, not God’s and remained tense and anxious. The bell did not ring for about an hour, and I glanced at the ’phone and found the receiver had been off that length of time, and the ’phone was disconnected. My anxiety, fear and belief in interference, had

being a perfect idea in Divine Mind, and, therefore, whole and perfect, but if he continues his destructive thinking, hoarding, hating, fearing, condemning, the disease will return. Jesus Christ knew that all sickness came from sin, but admonished the leper after the healing, to go and sin no more, lest a worse thing come upon him. So man’s soul (or subconscious mind) must be washed whiter than snow, for permanent healing; and the metaphysician is always delving deep for the “correspondence.”

anything which belonged to her; anything lost, would be returned, or she would receive its equivalent. Several years previously, she had lost two thousand dollars. She had loaned the money to a relative during her lifetime, but the relative had died, leaving no mention of it in her will. The woman was resentful and angry, and as she had no written statement of the transaction, she never received the money, so she determined to deny the loss, and collect the two thousand dollars from the Bank of

she wore black and a sweeping veil for many years. The picture of herself as a widow was impressed upon the subconscious mind, and in due time worked itself out, regardless of the havoc created. The conscious mind has been called mortal or carnal mind. It is the human mind and sees life as it appears to be. It sees death, disaster, sickness, poverty and limitation of every kind, and it impresses the subconscious. The superconscious mind is the God Mind within each man, and is the realm of perfect

her profession, and she had no other means of support. She, however, procured a good engagement, and on the opening night, made a great “hit.” She received flattering notices from the critics, and was joyful and elated. The next day she received a notice of dismissal. A man in the cast had been jealous of her success and had caused her to be sent away. She felt hatred and resentment taking complete possession of her, and she cried out, “Oh God don’t let me hate that man.” That night she worked

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