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As a Man Thinketh Book

The mind directs our steps as we walk down the path of life.

Purity of mind inevitably leads to purity of life, to the precious love and understanding that should guide our daily actions and attitudes toward friends and foes alike.

But where should one look for direction? How does one achieve mental purity, which alone brings happiness and confidence?

In his book As A Man Thinketh, the author provides clear answers. For more than a century, his words have aided millions, and they continue to point the true path to a better life for a troubled humanity.

“A clean heart leads to a clean life and a clean body,” writes James Allen. “A defiled mind leads to a defiled life and a corrupt body.”

Too many mortals strive only to improve their material circumstances, while far too few seek spiritual advancement. This was the issue that James Allen faced in his day. The ideas he discovered in his heart after much searching guided him, as they will guide you.

James Allen

Allen was 15 years old when his businessman father was robbed and murdered. He dropped out of school to work full-time in several British manufacturing firms in order to support his family. Later, he married Lily L. Allen and worked as an executive secretary for a large corporation.

He retired from his job at the age of 38, inspired by Leo Tolstoy’s writings. Allen, his wife, and their daughter, Nohra, relocated to Ilfracombe, Devon, England, to live a simple life of contemplation. He spent nine years there writing, producing 19 works. He also edited and published “The Light of Reason,” a magazine.

Allen’s books demonstrate how to use the power of thought to improve one’s personal capabilities. Despite the fact that he never achieved great fame or wealth, his works continue to have an impact on people all over the world, including the New Thought movement.

As a Man Thinketh, Allen’s most famous book, was published in 1902. It is now regarded as a self-help classic. Its underlying premise is that noble thoughts produce noble people, whereas lowly thoughts produce miserable people.

After his death in 1912, his wife continued to publish the magazine under the name “The Epoch.”

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