Wallace Wattles

The Science of Being Great

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The early 1900’s were somewhat of an age of enlightenment, and many books were written about that time on the subject of thought and reality.
One of these early authors, was Wallace D Wattles, who wrote “The Science of Getting Rich”, “The Science of Being Well” and “The Science of Being Great” between 1910 and 1912.
All these books promote the power of thought and vision in getting what you want in life.
He wrote two earlier works, the first one titled “A New Christ”, written in 1903, and the second one called “How to Get What You Want” written in 1907, and which appeared to be a shortened version of what he later expanded on in “The Science” series.
Wattles was a believer in science, and his books explain how he believed we could live in a scientific way, to achieve and get what we want in life. He wrote in the language of the day, which is sometimes a little confusing to us today. Let’s examine the basics of what he said.
He said “There is a thinking stuff, which is everywhere, and in everything”, and particularly in the Science of Being Great, he indicates that this thinking stuff is God. I find that interesting, because (particularly as a child) I used to wonder how God could be everywhere? Wallace’s theory explains how!
"The Science of Being Great" explains the power of thought, visualization, and acting "in a certain way" which, if used correctly, will result in you achieving everything you want in life.
We ALL have that innate power, which can be released, and the book explains how!!
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