The Miracle Club

A guide to creating miracles in your own life through the power of thought • 2019 Coalition of Visionary Resources Gold Award • Offers a concise, clear formula of focused exercises and concrete tools to lay out a specific path to ...

Author: Mitch Horowitz

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781620557679

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 192

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A guide to creating miracles in your own life through the power of thought • Offers a concise, clear formula of focused exercises and concrete tools to lay out a specific path to manifest your deepest desires • Presents the first serious reconsideration of New Thought philosophy since the death of William James in 1910 • Draws on the work of New Thought pioneers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Napoleon Hill, Neville Goddard, William James, Andrew Jackson Davis, Wallace D. Wattles, and many others Following in the footsteps of a little-known group of esoteric seekers from the late-nineteenth century who called themselves “the Miracle Club,” Mitch Horowitz shows that the spiritual “wish fulfillment” practices known as the Law of Attraction, Positive Thinking, “the Secret,” and the Science of Getting Rich actually work. Weaving these ideas together into a concise, clear formula, with real-life examples of success, he reveals how your thoughts can impact reality and make things happen. In this “manual for miracles,” Horowitz explains how we each possess a creative agency to determine and reshape our lives. He shows how thinking in a directed, highly focused, and emotively charged manner expands our capacity to perceive and transform events and allows us to surpass ordinary boundaries of time and physical space. Building on Neville Goddard’s view that the human imagination is God the Creator and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s techniques for attaining personal power, he explores the highest uses of mind-power metaphysics and explains what works and what doesn’t, illuminating why and how events bend to our thoughts. He encourages readers to experiment and find themselves “at the helm of infinite possibilities.” Laying out a specific path to manifest your deepest desires, from wealth and love to happiness and security, Horowitz provides focused exercises and concrete tools for change and looks at ways to get more out of prayer, affirmation, and visualization. He also provides the first serious reconsideration of New Thought philosophy since the death of William James in 1910. He includes crucial insights and effective methods from the movement’s leaders such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Napoleon Hill, Neville Goddard, William James, Andrew Jackson Davis, Wallace D. Wattles, and many others. Defining a miracle as “circumstances or events that surpass all conventional or natural expectation,” the author invites you to join him in pursuing miracles and achieve power over your own life.
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Madame Blavatsky and Her theosophy

THE “ MIRACLE CLUB . " In the month of July , 1874 , a literary gentleman was sent by the editor of the New York Sun to write articles upon some strange spiritualistic phenomena that were occurring at Chittenden , under the mediumship ...

Author: Arthur Lillie

Publisher: Рипол Классик

ISBN: HARVARD:AH591W

Category: History

Page: 228

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On the Nickel

Club. “M. r. Watson, when's the next Miracle Club meeting?” Johnny graduated from the program two years prior and worked in town. Consequently, I was surprised to see him at the Harbor Light in the middle of the day.

Author: Conrad Watson

Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing

ISBN: 9781612047461

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 196

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A man living on Skid Row in LA gets help from the Salvation Army and becomes a successful counselor to those with drug addictions.
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The Miracle Habits

From PEN Award-winning historian and bestselling author Mitch Horowitz ("solid gold"--David Lynch), The Miracle Habits is a natural adjunct to Mitch's widely acclaimed The Miracle Club, with appeal to spiritual seekers, self-starters, ...

Author: Mitch Horowitz

Publisher: G&D Media

ISBN: 1722502304

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 224

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Learn how cultivate the extraordinary in your life with a step-by-step guide to transcendent self-change. It is your blueprint to the miraculous.
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The Miracle Braves of 1914

Charlie Deal went into the lineup a substitute with the eyes of all the spectators and the members of the Athletics on him, expecting him to weaken and prove the fatal flaw in the club. He showed great baseball, and his play with ...

Author: Bob Brady

Publisher: SABR, Inc.

ISBN: 9781933599700

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 398

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Long before the Red Sox "Impossible Dream" season, Boston’s now nearly forgotten “other” team, the 1914 Boston Braves, performed a baseball “miracle” that resounds to this very day. The "Miracle Braves" were Boston's first "worst-to-first" winners of the World Series. Shortly after the turn of the previous century, the once mighty Braves had become a perennial member of the National League’s second division. Preseason pundits didn't believe the 1914 team posed a meaningful threat to John McGraw’s powerful New York Giants. During the first half of that campaign, Boston lived down to such expectations, taking up residence in the league’s basement. Refusing to throw in the towel at the midseason mark, their leader, the pugnacious George Stallings, deftly manipulated his daily lineup and pitching staff to engineer a remarkable second-half climb in the standings all the way to first place. The team’s winning momentum carried into the postseason, where the Braves swept Connie Mack's heralded Athletics and claimed the only World Championship ever won by Boston’s National League entry. And for 100 years, the management, players, and fans of underperforming ball clubs have turned to the Miracle Braves to catch a glimmer of hope that such a midseason turnaround could be repeated. Through the collaborative efforts of a band of dedicated members of the Society for American Baseball Research, this benchmark accomplishment is richly revealed to the reader in The Miracle Braves of 1914: Boston's Original Worst-to-First World Series Champions. The essence of the “miracle” is captured through a comprehensive compendium of incisive biographies of the players and other figures associated with the team, with additional relevant research pieces on the season. After a journey through the pages of this book, the die-hard baseball fan will better understand why the call to “Wait Until Next Year” should never be voiced prematurely. Includes: FOREWORD by Bob Brady THE BRAVES Ted Cather by Jack V. Morris Gene Cocreham by Thomas Ayers Wilson Collins by Charlie Weatherby Joe Connolly by Dennis Auger Ensign Cottrell by Peter Cottrell Dick Crutcher by Jerrod Cotosman George Davis by Rory Costello Charlie Deal by Charles F. Faber Josh Devore by Peter Gordon Oscar Dugey by Charlie Weatherby Johnny Evers by David Shiner The 1914 Evers-Zimmerman Incident and How the Tale Grew Taller Over the Years by Bob Brady The Evers Ejection Record by Mark Sternman Larry Gilbert by Jack V. Morris Hank Gowdy by Carol McMains and Frank Ceresi Tommy Griffith by Chip Greene Otto Hess by Gary Hess Tom Hughes by Greg Erion Bill James by David Jones Clarence Kraft by Jon Dunkle Dolf Luque by Peter Bjarkman Les Mann by Maurice Bouchard Rabbit Maranville by Dick Leyden Billy Martin by Bob Joel Jack Martin by Charles F. Faber Herbie Moran by Charles F. Faber Jim Murray by Jim Elfers Hub Perdue by John Simpson Dick Rudolph by Dick Leyden Butch Schmidt by Chip Greene Red Smith by Charles F. Faber Paul Strand by Jack V. Morris Fred Tyler by John Shannahan Lefty Tyler by Wayne McElreavy Bert Whaling by Charles F. Faber George “Possum” Whitted by Craig Hardee MANAGER George Stallings by Martin Kohout COACH Fred Mitchell by Bill Nowlin OWNER Jim Gaffney by Rory Costello The Braves’ A.B.C. by Ring Lardner 1914 Boston Braves Timeline by Mike Lynch A Stallings Anecdote 1914 World Series by Mark Sternman “I Told You So” by O.R.C. The Rest of 1914 by Mike Lynch How An Exhibition Game Contributed To A Miracle by Bob Brady The National League Pennant Race of 1914 by Frank Vaccaro The Press, The Fans, and the 1914 Boston Braves by Donna L. Halper Return of the Miracle Braves by Bob Brady Miracle Teams by A Comparison of the 1914 Miracle Braves and 1969 Miracle Mets by Tom Nahigian An Unexpected Farewell by The South End Grounds, August 1914 by Bob Ruzzo The Time(s) the Braves Played Home Games at Fenway Park by Bill Nowlin The Kisselkar Sign The Trail Blazers in Indian File by R. E. M. - poems for 1914 Braves, collected by Joanne Hulbert The Story of the 1914 Braves by George Stallings “Mr. Warmth” and “Very Superstitious” – two George Stallings anecdotes by Bob Brady By the Numbers by Dan Fields Creature Feature by Dan Fields
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A Modern Priestess of Isis

invented a Miracle Club ' ; we shall see what will come of that . I can answer for myself ; so long as my soul remains in my body I shall stand and fight for the truth . " This letter is remarkable for its honesty and veracity .

Author: Vsevolod Sergeevich Solovʹev

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:AH591X

Category: Isis (Egyptian deity)

Page: 366

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The Miracle Lady

“Interview with Ralph and Adele Carmichael,” I Believe in Miracles, 1975?, VHS, V78, Collection 212, in KKC. ... The emphasis on emotional appeal and “the phones ringing to report healings and miracles” set The 700 Club apart from the ...

Author: Amy Collier Artman

Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing

ISBN: 9781467452489

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 248

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A smart, powerful, charismatic preacher brought back to life On October 15, 1974, Johnny Carson welcomed his next guest on The Tonight Show with these words: “I imagine there are very few people who are not aware of Kathryn Kuhlman. She probably, along with Billy Graham, is one of the best-known ministers or preachers in the country.” But while many people today recognize Billy Graham, not many remember Kathryn Kuhlman (1907–1976), who preached faith and miracles to countless people over the fifty-five years of her ministry and became one of the most important figures in the rise of charismatic Christianity. In The Miracle Lady Amy Collier Artman tells the story of Kuhlman’s life and, in the process, relates the larger story of charismatic Christianity, particularly how it moved from the fringes of American society to the mainstream. Tracing her remarkable career as a media-savvy preacher and fleshing out her unconventional character, Artman also shows how Kuhlman skillfully navigated the oppressive structures, rules, and landmines that surrounded female religious leaders in her conservative circles.
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The Miracle of a Definite Chief Aim

One of today’s most literate voices in self-help, MITCH HOROWITZ is a PEN Award-winning historian and the author of books including Occult America; The Miracle Club: How Thoughts Become Reality and One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking ...

Author: Mitch Horowitz

Publisher: Gildan Media LLC aka G&D Media

ISBN: 9781722520038

Category: Self-Help

Page: 224

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What do you want most out of life? If you can answer that question with complete integrity and clarity, you are at the starting point of greatness. In his classic guides Think and Grow Rich and The Law of Success, motivational pioneer Napoleon Hill taught that finding your Definite Chief Aim is the most decisive and important step you can take in life. In this compelling and eminently practical “master class,” acclaimed historian and New Thought author Mitch Horowitz takes you for a deep dive inside Napoleon Hill’s most urgent principle. Through concrete techniques and examples, Mitch shows you how to identify your true aim, refine and act on it, and overcome setbacks. One of today’s most literate voices in self-help, MITCH HOROWITZ is a PEN Award-winning historian and the author of books including Occult America; The Miracle Club: How Thoughts Become Reality and One Simple Idea: How Positive Thinking Reshaped Modern Life. Mitch has written on everything from the war on witches to the secret life of Ronald Reagan for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Salon, and Time. The Washington Post says Mitch “treats esoteric ideas and movements with an even-handed intellectual studiousness that is too often lost in today’s raised-voice discussions.” Mitch is a monthly columnist for Science of Mind magazine, and the voice of audio books including Alcoholics Anonymous and The Jefferson Bible.
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After the Miracle

Clink, who went on to practice law, knew his rights, so he remained with the Expos until the club worked out a deal with the Mets for Steve Renko, Kevin Collins, and three minor leaguers. The deal paid dividends immediately, ...

Author: Art Shamsky

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 9781501176531

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 336

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“A great and insightful” (Keith Hernandez, New York Mets legend and broadcaster) New York Times bestselling account of an iconic team in baseball history: the 1969 New York Mets—a last-place team that turned it all around in just one season—told by ’69 Mets outfielder Art Shamsky, Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver, and other teammates who reminisce about that legendary season and their enduring bonds decades later. The New York Mets franchise began in 1962 and the team finished in last place nearly every year. When the 1969 season began, fans weren’t expecting much from “the Lovable Losers.” But as the season progressed, the Mets inched closer to first place and then eventually clinched the National League pennant. They were underdogs against the formidable Baltimore Orioles, but beat them in five games to become world champions. No one had predicted it. In fact, fans could hardly believe it happened. Suddenly they were “the Miracle Mets.” Playing right field for the ’69 Mets was Art Shamsky, who had stayed in touch with his former teammates over the years. He hoped to get together with star pitcher Tom Seaver (who would win the Cy Young award as the best pitcher in the league in 1969 and go on to become the first Met elected to the Hall of Fame), but Seaver was ailing and could not travel. So, Shamsky organized a visit to “Tom Terrific” in California, accompanied by the #2 pitcher, Jerry Koosman, outfielder Ron Swoboda, and shortstop Bud Harrelson. Together they recalled the highlights of that amazing season as they reminisced about what changed the Mets’ fortunes in 1969. In this “enjoyable tale of a storybook season” (Kirkus Reviews), and with the help of sportswriter Erik Sherman, Shamsky has written the “revealing” (New York Newsday) After the Miracle for the 1969 Mets. “This heartfelt, nostalgic memoir will delight baseball fans of all ages and allegiances” (Publishers Weekly). It’s a book that every Mets fan must own.
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