Thought-Forms - Annie Besant & C. W. Leadbeater

Thought-Forms

Author: Annie Besant & C. W. Leadbeater


  • Publication Date: 2012-07-06
  • Category: Children's Fiction

Summary

As knowledge increases, the attitude of science towards the things of the invisible world is undergoing considerable modification. Its attention is no longer directed solely to the earth with all its variety of objects, or to the physical worlds around it; but it finds itself compelled to glance further afield, and to construct hypotheses as to the nature of the matter and force which lie in the regions beyond the ken of its instruments. Ether is now comfortably settled in the scientific kingdom, becoming almost more than a hypothesis. Mesmerism, under its new name of hypnotism, is no longer an outcast.
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Contents:

1. The Difficulty of Representation

2. The Two Effects of Thought
How the Vibration Acts
The Form and Its Effect

3. The Meaning of the Colours

4. Three Classes of Thought-Forms
Illustrative Thought-Forms
Various Emotions
Forms Seen In Those Meditating

5. Helpful Thoughts

6. Forms Built By Music

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