The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles Is Now Available on Amazon

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First published in 1909 as a series of lessons for a correspondence school marketed through Elizabeth Towne’s monthly magazine, The Nautilus, the leading new thought periodical of its day, and later republished in book form in 1922, The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, will show you exactly how to use your own subconscious energies for health, prosperity, and personal achievement.

Click or tap the links below to get your copy today:

Click or tap here to get The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles on Amazon Kindle.

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Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles in paperback.

Click or tap here to get The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles in paperback – large print.

Prefer hardcover?

Click or tap here to get The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles in hardcover.

Click or tap here to get The Personal Power Course by Wallace D. Wattles in hardcover – large print.

Note: The links to this book are for the US Amazon store (amazon.com). For all other Amazon stores, search for this book by B0CCX4HFM7 for the Kindle eBook edition, B0CCZV1RBC for the paperback edition, B0CVLPHRTC for the large print paperback edition, B0CNQJ9WT2 for the hardcover edition, or B0CVLPB89N for the large print hardcover edition.

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By Tony Mase

I’m a longtime, serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles, who’s best known for his classic masterpiece, “The Science of Getting Rich.”

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