The Mind Cure
If our mind works soundly, we are in good shape. However, working soundly does not refer to a physical think. It refers to our thoughts, our attitudes, and the kind of things we feed our mind.
In "The Mind Cure", first published in 1912, Christian D. Larson teaches us how the health of the mind is fundamental for life. With a series of “mind cures” he gives us advice to eliminate nervousness, despondency, fear and depression.
American New Thought pioneer Christian Daa Larson is the author of the well-known Optimist Creed.