Think What You Want - An Adaptation of James Allen's As a Man Thinketh a Self-Help, Personal Development book by Bruce Lee Whitney

How to Stop Chasing Your Dreams and Start Making Them Come True

From the original inspiration for the blockbuster hit, The Secret—James Allen’s 1902 classic As a Man Thinketh—comes a new adaptation, Think What You Want. Revised from the original, and updated for the 21st century, this adaptation of one of the most significant New Thought books provides a fresh perspective on the core principles behind the power of positive thinking and the Law of Attraction.

Find Out What it Takes to Change Your Life

  • Uncover the secret to realizing your dreams.
  • Learn a simple strategy to set and reach your goals.
  • Unlock the power to create your own destiny.
  • Discover why you do NOT attract what you want.
  • Understand the one thing you must accept to be free.

Contemporary Works Have Muddied the Message

There are significant distinctions between what James Allen wrote in 1902 and more contemporary works, like Rhonda Byrne’s 2006 seminal work, The Secret. While the principles behind the “Secret Law of Attraction” are sound, something had gone awry in modern nomenclature.

Discover What Has been Lost Along the Way

As a Man Thinketh is no Law of Attraction Bible, but what can be found there about applying the power of positive thinking for success makes all the difference. In fact, one of the most significant revelations is how James Allen perceived the principle of attraction. This adaptation brings to light what it really takes to manifest your deepest desires and fulfill the destiny of your choosing.

What was Old is New Again

Beyond illuminating the core principles of New Thought, As a Man Thinketh transcends its own time, as well as the past one hundred years. And not only does it remain relevant today, its resonance will grow even deeper as the practice of mindfulness becomes more prevalent.

Think What You Want

This book is Bruce Lee Whitney's take on As a Man Thinketh. The philosophy is all James Allen’s. What Mr. Whitney has done is contemporize much of the language, update references, rephrase and elaborate on some concepts, and add context.

Please enjoy reading the wisdom of James Allen in this new adaptation, Think What You Want.