• The Complete Wallace D. Wattles Collection

  • The Science of Getting Rich, The Science of Being Well, The Science of Being Great, Hellfire Harrison, Jesus: The Man and His Work, A New Christ, How to Get What You Want, Making of the Man Who Can, The New Science of Living and Healing, & The Personal Power Course
  • By: Wallace D. Wattles
  • Narrated by: Adriel Brandt
  • Length: 15 hrs and 41 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: Relationships, Parenting & Personal Development, Personal Development
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Wallace D. Wattles was a metaphysician and motivational author in the New Thought tradition who wrote about various aspects of success, health, and fulfilment. His vision was of a complete human being who was healthy, purposeful, living in harmony with family and society, and wealthy enough to enjoy all that is good in life. This collection includes Wattles’ work on self-improvement - the books The Science of Getting Rich, The Science of Being Great, The Science of Being Well, the essay "How to Get What You Want", and the guides Making the Man Who Can (How to Promote Yourself) and The New Science of Living and Healing. It also contains Wattles’ two works on Jesus: A New Christ and Jesus: The Man and His Work, as well as his novel Hellfire Harrison.

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I Returned This

I had to return this as there is a lot of error mixed with some good stuff. The power of our thoughts is a subject matter that all should study, however, our thoughts are based on some form of experience or knowledge and this is where Wattles information breaks down. He quotes Hinduism, Socialism, Darwinism, another other sources as a source of truth. All are horrible and to based thoughts on their belief systems will send a person down a path of destruction. When I got to the portion of living in health I decided to do research on this guy. He died at 51 and even for the time period in which he lived that was young. I did listen to just over half of this, but could not take it any longer. He also does not understand the three part being of an individual: Body, Soul, and Spirit and constantly confuses the soul and spirit of man. While there are some positive points the hearer would have to understand these to diferentiate and from that I would not recommend a person to read this.