Your Mind and How to Use It by William Walker Atkinson (Self Help & Self Improvement Free Audiobook)

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William Walker Atkinson was one of the most prominent contributors to the literature of the New Thought movement, a non-denomination spiritual philosophy which developed in the late Nineteenth Century. Although he achieved eminence in a number of professions, Atkinson never sought personal publicity, and many of his numerous works were published under a variety of pseudonyms. Most of Atkinson's works are manuals of practice rather than pure expositions of philosophy. Many of his books are concerned with the training of the mind, and one of the most typical of these is Your Mind and How to Use It: A Manual of Practical Psychology, first published in 1911.

This self-help and self-improvement book in audio consists of the following chapters:

Chapter I—What is the Mind?
Chapter II—The Mechanism of Mental States
Chapter III—The Great Nerve Centers
Chapter IV—Consciousness
Chapter V—Attention
Chapter VI—Perception
Chapter VII—Memory
Chapter VIII—Memory—Continued
Chapter IX—Imagination
Chapter X—The Feelings
Chapter XI—The Emotions
Chapter XII—The Instinctive Emotions
Chapter XIII—The Passions
Chapter XIV—The Social Emotions
Chapter XV—The Religious Emotions
Chapter XVI—The Aesthetic Emotions
Chapter XVII—The Intellectual Emotions
Chapter XVIII—The Role of the Emotions
Chapter XIX—The Emotions and Happiness
Chapter XX—The Intellect
Chapter XXI—Conception
Chapter XXII—Classes of Concepts
Chapter XXIII—Judgments
Chapter XXIV—Primary Laws of Thought
Chapter XXV—Reasoning
Chapter XXVI—Inductive Reasoning
Chapter XXVII—Deductive Reasoning
Chapter XXVIII—Fallacious Reasoning
Chapter XXIX—The Will
Chapter XXX—Will-Training
Chapter XXXI—Will-Tonic

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