I have just started going through The Master Key System by Charles Haanel and I believe that it is indeed wonderful. I am currently still at part one and will be proceeding to part two tomorrow, but the simple exercise of keeping my body still for half an hour every day has already shown marvelous results (I have also been trying to inhibit thought). I believe that I have already acquired much more self discipline than I had before I started. I also feel fantastic right after the exercise.
By doing some research on the Master Key System by Charles Haanel I have stumbled upon a book called The Kybalion: A study of the Hermetic Philosophy of Ancient Egypt and Greece by Three Initiates. On wikipedia it says that the Master Key System is a "practical wrapper" for the seven Hermetic principles laid out in the Kyabalion. I have already printed out the book and gave it a quick glance and it seems to be very interesting. My question is if I should read it even though I am currently studying the Master Key System, or if I should wait until I've gone through the entire Master Key System course at least once.
Thanks in advance!!!
I can't see that it would do you any harm to read other works in conjunction with The Master Key System.
The most valuable part of the Master Key System is doing the practical exercises every week - because that is where the true hidden value of the book lies - and, as long as you are doing that minimum, whatever you else feel inspired to do or investigate should be fine.
It's been many years since I read The Master Key System but, even now, there's still exercises from it that I find myself running through in my mind occasionally (just on autopilot).
You would be interested in William Walker Atkinson
You can get The Secret Doctrine of the Rosicrucians if you Google it. I posted a link here a few times.
answered 12 Jul '13, 09:27
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