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Author: Ernest Holmes
ISBN: 1604590734
Language: English
Pages: 76 pages
Category: New Age & Spirituality
Publisher: Wilder Publications (November 24, 2008)
Rating: 4.1
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Ernest Holmes' Creative Mind and Success is a little gem of a book. Not only will reading and re-reading it give you the good stuff for your mind that'll help propel you to success - but the book proves you don't have to write a ton of verbiage to be profound.

Ernest Holmes' Creative Mind and Success is a little gem of a book. And you, as a consumer, can save thousands of dollars in motivational training by just reading THIS small book. Holme's main point is that "your thought decides whether your business shall be a success or a failure. Why? Because "Life is from within outward and never from without inward

Ernest Shurtleff Holmes (January 21, 1887 – April 7, 1960) was an American New Thought writer, teacher, and leader. In 2015, his books Creative Mind and Creative Mind and Success were narrated by Hillary Hawkins and published in audiobook form

Ernest Shurtleff Holmes (January 21, 1887 – April 7, 1960) was an American New Thought writer, teacher, and leader. He was the founder of a Spiritual movement known as Religious Science, part of the greater New Thought movement, whose spiritual philosophy is known as "The Science of Mind. In 2015, his books Creative Mind and Creative Mind and Success were narrated by Hillary Hawkins and published in audiobook form. Holmes Memorial Chapel at Founder's Church in Los Angeles.

Creative Mind and Success book. In this way the Spirit works through us. ~ Ernest Holmes from Creative Mind and Success. Have you heard of Ernest Holmes? Super cool guy who’s influenced a lot of modern self-development teachers. One of the leaders in the New Thought movement of the early 20th century, in the 1920’s he founded Religious Science and published his seminal book, Science of Mind, where he integrated what he called the Golden thread of truth that ran through all of the world’s religions.

Ernest Holmes (1887-1960) was the founder of the Science of Mind philosophy and movement. Ernest Holmes's teachings are based on both Eastern and Western traditions, and the empirical laws of science and metaphysics. Science of Mind is a spiritual philosophy that people throughout the world have come to know as a positive, supportive approach to life. These ancient truths have kept pace with and proven their relevancy in today's global village and its expanding technology and warp-speed changes.

Creative Mind and Success by Ernest Holmes explores the Holmes brothers' Religious Science extension of John .

Creative Mind and Success by Ernest Holmes explores the Holmes brothers' Religious Science extension of John Bascom's Science of Mind in 85 pages. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you. We never accept ads. But we still need to pay for servers and staff. I know we could charge money, but then we couldn’t achieve our mission: a free online library for everyone.

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Creative Mind and Success by Ernest S. Holmes.

Creative Mind and Success. Discover how "right thinking" can help you achieve success! This spirited guide by the founder of the international Religious Science movement will show you how to:, Attain strength and control thought, Attract friends and use the imagination, Achieve independence and prosperity Simple and direct, this manual will help you understand the nature of the universe and the creative power of the mind.

Creative Mind and Success is a guide to mental wellness and success. Like Science of the Mind, this book focuses on how the power of positive thinking can better your life, but it has more of a focus on financial well-being. This book is clearly a precursor to Think and Grow Rich and The Secret. Earnest Shurtleff Holmes was the founder of the Church of Religious Science. Religious Science, like many New Thought faiths, emphasizes positive thinking, influence of circumstances through mental processes, recognition of a creative energy source and of natural law. Holmes had an immense influence on New Age beliefs, particularly his core philosophy that we create our own reality.
Comments (7)
catterpillar
This is THE primer for New Thought. If you are a traditionalist Christian who knows there has to something more, or a "new ager" who has wandered off into the wacky woods, this little book will open your eyes and bring you back to center. I have read my copy at least a dozen times, and find new nuggets each time. If you are seeing "follow the white rabbit" on your screen, this book could change your life.
Ziena
Ernest Holmes' Creative Mind and Success is a little gem of a book. Not only will reading and re-reading it give you the good stuff for your mind that'll help propel you to success -- but the book proves you don't have to write a ton of verbiage to be profound. And you, as a consumer, can save thousands of dollars in motivational training by just reading THIS small book.
Holme's main point is that "your thought decides whether your business shall be a success or a failure." Why? Because "Life is from within outward and never from without inward." Our thoughts DO influence what we become and how we fare. Holme's wrote this book in 1919 and wrote the foward to its reprinting in 1957 -- and it is as good as ever.
And...no...I'm not a card-carrying member of his church (with a name like "Gandelman" -- guess!). But I've learned (the HARD WAY) that the motivational speakers and motivational/spiritual writers are CORRECT: how we view things, what we verbally and mentally affirm and what and how we pray (affirmation is actually a form of prayer so if you don't like to pray and you do affirmations, you're basically doing it) DOES HAVE AN IMPACT. If I don't do it and go into a downward spiral, I STAY in it. If I break it and do affirmations or Holme's version of prayer mixed with affirmation (affirmative prayer) I get out of it and steadily advance.
Why do I suggest you get and read, re-read and TRAVEL WITH this book? A few reasons:
1. It's only 84 pages long.
2. He clearly provided the foundation for the views of many motivational, self-help folks who would follow. I see a lot of Napolean Hill's philosophy (they most likely arrived at the same conclusions independently) in it. And even Norman Vincent Peale whose widely used quote is on the dust cover: "I believe God was in this man, Ernest Holmes. He was in tune with the Infinite."
3. He CONSTANTLY tells readers to ignore the naysayers who tell you you are a failure. Ignore the prophets of doom and gloom who, in your darkest moments, will tell you that you are destined to flop.
4. He gives you a very specific explanation as to why you must IGNORE the negative voices and view yourself as a success and your goals as doable. As he puts it, yes, there is a cause and effect but "In your life you are that cause." Think failure and poverty...that's what you'll get. If, despite where you are now, you think success and plenty, you'll find yourself headed in that direction.
"Whatever we think is the pattern and mind is the builder," he writes. "....Know that no matter what others may say, think or do, you are a success, now, and nothing can hinder you from accomplishing your good."
5. Whether you want to use a self-help framework or religious framework this profound little book (you will NOT feel cheated; there is no padding!) gives you the CONFIDENCE and HOPE to jump out of bed every day and get down to it...and listen to YOUR OWN encouragement and blot out the negative voices that may surround you and dishearten you.
When things may not look great, you can read it and get your thinking back on track. If people say you're destined to fail, Holmes is there to tell you you will NOT and give you a specific framework to tell you why you won't if you don't think you won't.
NOTE: I not only read this but I underlined it. Now I'm re-reading my underlinings. Then I'll re-read it again..and I travel with this jewel of a book, keeping it in my carry-on luggage or my overnight bag.
Tar
This is one of the first books I read about the mind, I have read other's by this man and they really got me started on other books that have really helped me, I wish I could have been at one of his meetings but of course I wasn't around him back in those days, however, I feel like I was there when I read his books, wish we had more men and women like him. He did start me reading more and more and it is making my life a lot better. I had never heard of this man until the last few years, if I had I am sure my life would have started changing much sooner.
Kekinos
There have been dozens of books telling you that your thoughts create your reality and how to use that to your advantage. This is one of the original such books. The major difference is that because Holmes was inspired as one of the original channels through which this very important information came through, I could fell that his words in this book were highly charged with transformational spiritual energy. I'm not talking of some New Age foo-foo idea. And I'm not talking about religiosity (religion, the bureacracy between God and man!). I'm talking about grounded, very real direct spiritual power. What he offers in this book is the real deal. I have known of this stuff for years. And yet when I read this book, I intentionally approached it with "beginner's mind" as if I've never heard of this stuff before. And as good as my life already was going into this book, applying what Holmes writes has boosted my life to a new level of inner fullness. Buy it, read it, apply it every moment and this will transform your life.
Bludsong
Without a doubt Ernest Holmes writes of his strong belief in the Universal Subconscious Mind, and how we are all part of it, and it there for us to use. He weaves his references to God in parallel to this force, and suggests that they are one and the same. I have always agreed with this. For those skeptical of any religious reference, this is a great book to set your mind on a path that will set you free without the confines of doctrine. Enjoy. Be open. Above all else have faith and accept that you are never alone. Great reading for your experimental life.
Doomredeemer
Am familiar with Ernest Holmes. Haven't finish reading yet but initially I find it a great book to read. It gives one a better understanding of faith through visualization thus creation of ones universe.
Muniath
The content is great, the core teachings of Science of Mind without all the extra words. And, sadly, the font size is uncomfortably small. I won't bother returning it because I only paid $2.45; however, I will likely look for another version with a larger font size.
This book and the previous one, Creative Mind, are the first books Dr. Holmes published in 1919 that are the precursor seminal works leading to Dr. Holmes' ground breaking publication, the 1926 version of the Science of Mind and Spirit Textbook.
To get a glimpse at the beginning of the Religious Science movement, these two books are a good start, and if you want more information about Science of Mind and Spirit, check for the 1926 Science of Mind and Spirit book on Amazon.
Rev. Ronald G. Cosseboom