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The twelve powers of man (1900)

by Charles Fillmore

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 087159238X, Hardcover)

The newest book in the Unity Classic Library series encompasses two Unity favorites in one volume. Charles Fillmore's The Twelve Powers of Man is a metaphysical look at twelve expressions of the divine power inherent in each of us. Expressions such as love, faith, strength, zeal, and imagination are discussed.

Cora Fillmore provides a companion piece to Charles' book with Christ Enthroned in Man. In it, Mrs. Fillmore helps the reader to put the twelve powers to practical use by outlining exercises to develop faith and willpower, recognize and use intuition, and let go of unwanted conditions in the body and in life situations.

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