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Free Metaphysical E-books

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Ernest Holmes
Ernest Holmes is the founder of the Religious Science spiritual philosophy. He was a teacher and drew his teachings from the common truth of all spiritual philosophies.
Science of Mind (1926 edition)
This is his original work, which is set up as a series of lessons and an early study of the Science of Mind with more of a New Age query.
Science of Mind (1938 edition) not in Public domain
This is the issuance we presently use and refer to as the  “Textbook” in the Centers for Spiritual Living.

Creative Mind (1919)
     This is his first published work
Creative Mind and Success (1919)
     One of my personal favorites and my first read Science of Mind book
Brave New World     An article by Ernest Holmes

Fenwicke Holmes

Founder, with his brother Ernest S. Holmes of The Southern California Metaphysical Institute.

How to Develop “The Faith That Heals”  The Law, how to use it and develop faith through its use.

Emmet Fox
He was an early New Thought Author, healer, and minister. He had a strong influence on the AA movement.
Emmet Fox Speaks
Your Heart’s Desire

Ralph Waldo Trine

In Tune With the Infinite

Judge Thomas Troward
When we talk of Judge Thomas Troward we refer to his influence on Ernest Holmes as being the “Law” we refer to “Love and Law.”
The Edinburgh Lectures

Ralph Waldo Emerson
Emerson was one of Holmes’ earliest influences and the thinker who started Ernest on his journey. Emerson is the Love or heart of the teaching. It was Ernest’s first contact with the transcendentalist movement.
Compensation
Nature
Self-Reliance
Spiritual Laws
The Over-Soul

Dr. Frederick Bailes

Coming soon

Charles F. Haanel
The Master Key System
Mental Chemistry

Florence Scovel Shinn
The Game of Life and How to Play It

Napoleon Hill
Think and Grow Rich

Neville Goddard
The Power of Awareness

Evelyn Underhill
Practical Mysticism