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Mental Fascination

William Walker Atkinson (1862-1932)

1. Preface
2. Chapter 1: What is “Mental Fascination?”
3. Chapter 2: Mental Fascination Among the Animals
4. Chapter 3: The Story of Mental Fascination
5. Chapter 4: The Reconciliation
6. Chapter 5: The Rationale of Fascination
7. Chapter 6: Impressionability
8. Chapter 7: The Fable of the Mentative Couple
9. Chapter 8: Experimental Fascination
10. Chapter 9: Experiments in Induced Sensation
11. Chapter 10: The Phenomena of Induced Imagination
12. Chapter 11: An Inquiry Into Certain Phenomena
13. Chapter 12: The Dangers of Psychism
14. Chapter 13: Oriental Fascination
15. Chapter 14: Future-Impression
16. Chapter 15: Establishing a Mentative Centre
17. Chapter 16: Personal Atmosphere
18. Chapter 17: Direct Personal Influence
19. Chapter 18: Eye-Expression
20. Chapter 19: The Fascination of the Eye
21. Chapter 20: The Use of the Mentative Instruments
22. Chapter 21: Concluding Instruction

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This book looks at the Followers of the New Thought movement of the early 20th century who believed in the concept of "mind over matter," It introduces us to the mental fascination among animals . the rationale of fascination . experimental fascination . the phenomena of induced imagination . the dangers of psychism . Oriental fascination . and much more. From 1901 to 1905 William Walker Atkinson was the editor of a magazine New Thought and editor of the journal Advanced Thought from 1916 to 1919. Certainly gives you food for thought.