Spiritual freedom library – by title

  • Acres of Diamonds
    (1915) Conwell, Russell

    How to make more of yourself, such that it leads to success.

  • Akhunaton: The Extraterrestrial King
    (1995) Stewart, Daniel Blair

    Humans have long used myth to explain reality. Amongst other mysteries, this work of “fiction” explains the origins of our species and the reason evil predominates on this planet. If nothing else, it’s a mighty good read.

  • As A Man Thinketh.
    (ca. 1900) Allen, James

    A perennial classic of the "new" age of spiritual thought.

  • As A Matter Of Course.
    (1894) Call, Annie Payson

    Her shortest and perhaps most powerful and pointedly accurate book about how to get past the obstacles that keep us from achieving greater spiritual freedom.

  • Beyond The Himalayas
    (no date) MacDonald-Bayne, M.

    The story of a man’s spiritual development, with huge gains attained from the teachings of adepts in Tibet.

  • Essene Communions With The Angels Of The Earthly Mother And The Heavenly Father
    (1943) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    A rare booklet that was issued under wartime restrictions. The badly browned recycled paper combined with a fuzzy print job makes the document beyond optical character recognition. Reproduced here as a 120 dpi bitmap scan of 5.08 mb. Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent this material for scanning.

  • Essene Gospel of John
    (1937) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Offered here is the Fifth Edition of 1945. Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent for scanning, a large stack of priceless and almost otherwise unavailable materials such as this booklet

  • Flower Child
    (2000) Sharan, Farida

    Farida Sharan came of age during the peace and love revolution of the 1960s; this is the story of her personal and spiritual development in that milieu.

  • Freedom Of Life
    (1905) Call, Annie Payson

    Annie says that simple wisdom “may be entirely incomprehensible to many minds, but to those who do comprehend, it represents a very real and practical help.”

  • Great Thinkers And Great Teachings
    (prior to 1943) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Published as individual lessons, mimeographed on letter sized paper, stapled. Here are the five individual lessons in one download. Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent this material for scanning

  • How to be a Genius or The Science of Being Great
    (1911) Wattles, Wallace

    A profoundly inspiring book! This is a complete, accurate, unameded text, unlike many internet versions of Wattles works that are being widely sold. Contains the original biographical note written by Wattles’ wife.

  • How To Choose Your People
    (ca. 1970) Minshull, Ruth

    Associating with some people leads to positive useful experiences. Others seem to bring misfortune and failure with them. Developing the ability to quickly recognize which sort of person you’re communicating with makes life go a lot more smoothly.

  • How To Live Quietly
    (1914) Call, Annie Payson

    Which one of us doesn’t ultimately wish to live QUIETLY, no matter what else we may wish to accomplish in our time here on earth?! Annie Payson Call answers a very important question, and that is: how to go about finding peace of mind in this life, or simply “peace.”

  • Man, Art and World-Conception
    (1947) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Which collection to put this small hardbound book into was not an easy choice. Still, Székely’s early works are rare and worthy of preservation and dissemination. Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent for scanning, a large stack of priceless and almost otherwise unavailable materials such as this booklet.

  • Miracles For Breakfast
    (ca. 1970) Minshull, Ruth

    Great things can happen when the wisdom found in How To Choose Your People is applied.

  • Nerves And Common Sense
    (1925) Call, Annie Payson

    To the best of our knowledge, this represents the last book comprising Annie Call’s lifetime output. It consists of 30 brief essays, many of which were originally magazine articles.

  • Power Through Repose
    (1915) Call, Annie Payson

    As the title suggests.

  • Psychic First Aid
    (1994) Chen, Muriel

    Self-help methods that can alleviate and even cure many distressing difficulties. This book is divided into numerous small sections that point to the exact, easy-to-self-apply remedy.

  • Realizing Our Dreams
    (1992) Jones, Mark and Collette, Patricia

    The experiences people have are created by subconsciously held beliefs. So are their personalities. This is what Ralph Waldo Emerson referred to when he said, “What you are speaks so loudly I can’t hear what you are saying.” Applying the techniques in this book helps a person become the type of person they really want to be.

  • The Essenes By Josephus and his Contemporaries
    (1956 (first printing, 1942)) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent for scanning, a large stack of priceless and almost otherwise unavailable materials such as this booklet

  • The New Poetry And Contemporary Man
    (prior to 1943) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    These short lessons were mimeographed on letter-sized paper, stapled. Here is a single lesson containing but a few pages, and may be but a part of a series. If that be the case the remainder is not available. Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent this material for scanning. Downloads as a small PDF

  • The Ozymandias Principles: Thirty One Strategies For Surviving Change
    (1997) Foster, Harry

    Harry Foster gave permission for this library to offer valuable books that he sells from his own website.

  • The Red Lion: The Elixir of Eternal Life
    (1997) Szepes, Mària

    This gripping novel reveals how karma leads to spiritual evolution.

  • The Science of Getting Rich
    Wattles, Wallace

    This is a complete, accurate and unamended text, unlike many internet versions of Wattles works, that are being widely sold after considerable "adjustment"and "improvement.".

  • The Seventh Level: A Sexual Progress
    (1979) Nicholson, William

    This book contains frank descriptions of sexual behaviour between consenting adults, sometimes in quite rude language. But it is not pornographic. It describes the spiritual odyssey of a man and woman who use sex making as the path to total love.

  • The Teaching of Buddha
    (1938) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    A lecture on Buddhism based of the reports of an early Westerner who traveled to Tibet and spent years studying the Buddhist teachings there, and who wrote the first Tibetan – English dictionary and grammar.

  • The Value of Voluntary Simplicity
    (1936) Gregg, Richard B.

    The spiritual, ethical and practical reasons to adopt voluntary simplicity. By the author of The Power of Non-Violence. Acting Director of Pendle Hill 1935-36

  • The Yoga Of The Christ
    (1993) MacDonald-Bayne, M.

    As the title states.

  • Think and Grow Rich
    Hill, Napoleon

    This well known “how to get rich” book contains much good advice about what beingnesses to adopt for a successful life.

  • Ups And Downs
    (ca. 1970) Minshull, Ruth

    How to keep one’s emotional/spiritual head above water in the storm of life by applying the wisdom found in How To Choose Your People.

  • Werner Erhard: The transformation of a man: The founding of est
    (1978) Bartley, William Warren III

    An authorized biography that explains the basics of est (Erhard Seminar Training), which currently in a somewhat transformed state is called Landmark Education.

  • Where Is Your Energy Going? The Lloyd Lectures, Vol. I
    (1990) Greenberg, Lloyd

    After Lloyd Greenberg died he channeled a series of talks to a group of friends. During that lifetime Lloyd had done significant spiritual work and his friends were making similar efforts. These lectures are interesting and some say, valuable.

  • Will Power: The Creator Of Happiness
    (1945(Fourth Edition) First edition, 1939) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent for scanning, a large stack of priceless and almost otherwise unavailable materials such as this booklet

  • Zoroaster: The Master Of Life
    (1947) Székely, Edmond Bordeaux

    Many thanks are due to Deborah Székely, who has generously lent for scanning, a large stack of priceless and almost otherwise unavailable materials such as this booklet. .

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