The Secret of the Ages

Contents
VOLUME ONE
I
The World’s Greatest Discovery
In the Beginning
The Purpose of Existence
The “Open Sesame!” of Life
II
The Genie-of-Your-Mind
The Conscious Mind
The Subconscious Mind
The Universal Mind
VOLUME TWO
III
The Primal Cause
Matter — Dream or Reality?
The Philosopher’s Charm
The Kingdom of Heaven
“To Him That Hath”—
“To the Manner Born”
IV.

Desire — The First Law of Gain
The Magic Secret
“The Soul’s Sincere Desire”
VOLUME THREE
V
Aladdin & Company
VI
See Yourself Doing It
VII
“As a Man Thinketh”
VIII
The Law of Supply
The World Belongs to You
“Wanted”
VOLUME FOUR
IX
The Formula of Success
The Talisman of Napoleon
“It Couldn’t Be Done”
X
“This Freedom”

The Only Power
XI
The Law of Attraction
A Blank Check
XII
The Three Requisites
XIII
That Old Witch—Bad Luck
He Whom a Dream Hath Possessed
The Bars of Fate
Exercise
VOLUME FIVE
XIV
Your Needs Are Met
The Ark of the Covenant
The Science of Thought
XV
The Master of Your Fate
The Acre of Diamonds
XVI
Unappropriated Millions
XVII

The Secret of Power
XVIII
This One Thing I Do
VOLUME SIX
XIX
The Master Mind
XX
What Do You Lack?
XXI
The Sculptor and the Clay
XXII
Why Grow Old?
The Fountain of Youth
VOLUME SEVEN
XXIII
The Medicine Delusion
XXIV
The Gift of the Magi
“Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me”
L’Envoi Secret of the Ages

 

“A fire-mist and a planet,
A crystal and a cell,
A jellyfish and a saurian,
A cave where the cave men dwell;
Then a sense of law and order,
A face upturned from the clod;
Some call it Evolution,
And others call it God.”
—Reprinted from The New England Journal. The secret of the Ages