The Twelve Powers

The Twelve Powers Every book in this series has earned the classic status due to its popularity durability and uncompromising quality All books in the Unity Classic Library series feature hardcover binding with gold

  • Title: The Twelve Powers
  • Author: Charles Fillmore Cora Fillmore
  • ISBN: 9780871592385
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Every book in this series has earned the classic status due to its popularity, durability, and uncompromising quality All books in the Unity Classic Library series feature hardcover binding with gold engraving, colorful endpapers, library nameplate page, author photograph, and biography The series makes a beautiful display on a library shelf, and each book is a respectEvery book in this series has earned the classic status due to its popularity, durability, and uncompromising quality All books in the Unity Classic Library series feature hardcover binding with gold engraving, colorful endpapers, library nameplate page, author photograph, and biography The series makes a beautiful display on a library shelf, and each book is a respected addition to any metaphysical collection.This book offers two Unity favorites in one volume Charles Fill s The Twelve Powers of Man is a metaphysical look at twelve expressions of the divine inherent in each of us Expressions such as love, faith, strength, zeal, imagination, and others are discussed In Christ Enthroned in Man, Cora Fill helps the reader 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.

    One thought on “The Twelve Powers”

    1. Deep metaphysical theology. This is not a book for casual reading; it's for study. The ideas of God's higher power & man's basic instinct all exist in us as individuals. Empowering the Self, as opposed to giving all of one's power away to a completely external God, is the aim. I enjoyed this book very much.

    2. This is one of those books which one cannot simply breeze through. There is some deep metaphysical teaching contained within, and I classify it as a guide to be re-read and practiced.

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