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William W. Atkinson was one of the leaders of the New Thought movement. In his early career he practiced law in Pennsylvania, but the stress of this work led to a complete physical and mental breakdown, and financial disaster. He looked for healing and in the late 1880s he found it in the New Thought movement. This resulted in the restoration of his health, mental vigor and material prosperity. In 1900 he became associate editor of Suggestion, a New Thought journal, and wrote his first book, Thought-Force in Business and Everyday Life. Later he became editor of New Thought magazine, and wrote many articles covering the precepts of the movement William Walker Atkinson was one of the truly greats of the New Thought Movement. His books have good examples of how Atkinson applied the principles of the New Thought Movement to the improvement of memory and the projection of thought from one person to another.

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“All knowledge is but remembrance.” Every day of our lives, copious amounts of information is thrown at us. From remembering small details crucial to our day-to-day activities to memorizing data imperative for success in our professional lives, we rely on the efficiency of our mental faculties endlessly. But it is not as efficient as we want it to be, at times. We find ourselves in situations where we tend to forget things—we are giving a presentation and just can’t recall the statistics, we are meeting someone we’ve met before but now have no idea what their name is, we just can’t remember what that play was called we saw just last weekend . . . Our memory needs to be sharp, so much so that we can recall things in an instant. William Walker Atkinson in Memory, How to Develop, Train, and Use It, offers easy and applicable methods to develop, cultivate, and train our memory. The book, also venturing into how to mentally influence others, is an informative guide that will enable us to further our retention power, making memorizing faster and effortless.

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