If you should choose a first book to read from PsiTek, which one would you pick ?

asked 25 Aug '10, 11:43

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edited 16 Nov '10, 22:15

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I would say, The Master Key system. You'll find that a lot of questions in this site sprung from that book.

Another one that I found very interesting too is Dynamic Thought.

I read and found very interesting Jesus Taught It Too (The Early Roots Of The Law Of Attraction) , but if it doesn't match your belief system you can leave it.

I've read post where this book is very recommended: The Message of a Master.

And there you have a pretty nice list to begin with. :)

Good luck!



answered 25 Aug '10, 12:45

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By far and away the book that inspires me to reach for new heights and far greater understanding of the truly important(to me at least) things in life would have to be The Master Key System.It seems to incompas almost all of the important steps needed to become all that one can become that is touched upon in part in many of the other works,but in no other is it coverd so completely.I truly love the way Mr.Haanel imparts what I feel to be a complete guide to complete mastery of the universal laws that our creator put in place in order for his created children to make the most of the wonderful gifts that were given in order for mankind to progress in their own creativity which I believe was the purpose he had in mind for us at the moment of our creation


answered 29 Aug '10, 04:25

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My all time favorite is "As A Man Thinketh". I first read this book 25 years ago, and it remains one of my top 5 favorites of all times. This simple little book is all about right thinking. And everything starts with right thinking.


answered 25 Aug '10, 14:10

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I have down loaded many books from that Web site and I appreciated all of that them. What I found after a while is that they are all saying the very same thing in different ways. If I had to choose one book that I read that sums it all up it would also be "The Master key System".


answered 25 Aug '10, 15:54

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"Attaining Your Desires" by Genevieve Behrend. She was the only student of Troward. Then "The Message of a Master" Excellent story. "The Master Key System" is definately a good, practical, and food for thought book


answered 25 Aug '10, 20:09

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The first Book I read on PsiTek was Mind Power by William Walker Atkinson. It covers the Law of Attraction, Personal Magnetism, Mental Suggestion, and it has many practical exercises. It’s a book of wisdom and knowledge, refreshing. It is one of my favorite books!


answered 26 Aug '10, 07:05

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I say, read The Message of a Master. The book shows you how to change you life the easiest way. The most non-resistant way, and the lest time consuming way. I'm doing more than one thing so I can't say which is making the most difference. Book wise though this is it. Blessings


answered 16 Nov '10, 23:51

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