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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • The Mental Equivalent: the Secret of Dem
  • Emmet Fox
  • English
  • 04 February 2015
  • 9781425487317

10 thoughts on “The Mental Equivalent: the Secret of Dem

  1. Matthew Murphy Matthew Murphy says:

    Emmet Fox was remarkable His works are a real blessing In particular this one came to me at the right time and the right place I found the mental euivalent during my hospital stay and the mental euivalent was exactly what I was in need of as a tool to help aid me in my healing Remarkable


  2. Cynthia Cynthia says:

    good not as good as the others I read but I liked itdifferent format too because this book is actually a sermon or series of sermons not really a book


  3. Nguyen Huu Anh Vu Nguyen Huu Anh Vu says:

    This book is an essay on the phrase As within so without It touches the idea that we are living in a mental world not a material world; What we think affects the outside world The book encourages us to think positively in terms of good health good life understanding God and keep that thought changed positively permanentlyMy favorite chapter is chapter 4 The metaphor is spot on We are all living in some kinds of prison but the prison has no lock The lock is our negative thoughts limiting belief We can actually break free anytime we wantWhile the book has no concrete plans on how to change your life its words are impactful and forces you to reflect on your own thoughts Starting by changing our thought our mental euivalent As within so withoutRead it on


  4. B. B. says:

    Great little book Nothing new if you are familiar with new thought but seems to cut through the BS hocus locus This seems to be in line with As a Man Thinketh than the Secret As an example he says you can’t expel something from your mind using negative thought patterns eg if I tell you not to think of something you can’t help but think of itinstead if you simply replace that thought with a different one you have changed the euation What it boils down to is this think that you feel healthy instead of thinking that you don’t feel bad anybig difference Always reinforce the good and think of it often


  5. Bob Bob says:

    A dated but still very relevant spiritual messageEmmet Fox presents a very easy to read albeit with somewhat dated language explanation of mental euivalents More importantly he explains very simply how to change your thinking and keep it changed thereby bringing your mental euivalentsinto existence in your life


  6. George Burks George Burks says:

    Made for changing one's thoughts I would recommend this book for anyone stuck in how to unlock the closed door of there minds to release mental blocks that restrain them from progress in any life event


  7. Zulma Gonzalez Zulma Gonzalez says:

    The answer to beinghaving whowhat you wantIn just 30 minutes the author explains what the many motivational and inspirational teachers all say in various ways Phenomenally written Clear Easy to read


  8. Karen Otten Karen Otten says:

    Read this book to guide you out of any difficultyThe Mental Euivalent is an in depth discussion of The Golden Key also by Emmett Fox principle an expansion of the phrase change your thinking change your life


  9. Andy Bintoro Andy Bintoro says:

    Another classic on metaphysics in term of prosperity The premise of this short book is that we live in mental world Keep changing how you see your problem or what you want and you would see wonder Another new age belief


  10. Rebecca Clio Clio Rebecca Clio Clio says:

    I love this book Read it for the first time several years ago Read it again several months ago And read it again just now


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About the Author: Emmet Fox

Emmet Fox was Equivalent: the MOBI ñ a New Thought spiritual leader of the early th century famous for his large Divine Science church services held in New York City during the Depression.