Walter Russell Books – Book of Early Whisperings and Lecture Booklets

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THE BOOK OF EARLY WHISPERINGS
by Walter Russell 

Deeply inspired by Nature, Walter Russell early in life sought solitude in walks through meadows and woods, by lakes and streams. The Book of Early Whisperings was written during those early years when he loved to spend time alone sketching his favorite scenes or in contemplation of the natural order of life. Written in beautiful and inspiring meditative poetic prose, The Book of Early Whisperings includes seven full-page reproductions of Walter Russell’s famous woodland sketches.

“Hours have been but moments in this glorious day in My World. How wonderful this day. How beautiful–when one’s very Being is vibrant with celestial harmonies. How untouched and untouchable am I while the aftermath of Nature’s symphony still resounds within me.” — Walter Russell

103 pages, 7 full pages of woodland sketches by Walter Russell
8 ¼” x 5 ½”,
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The Meaning and Acquisition of Wealth by Walter Russell
Adapted from a talk Walter Russell gave in 1946. “Anyone who desires money can have all he wants by obeying the Law.” Walter Russell discusses the law of balanced interchange and its practical application.
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The Self-Multiplication Principle by Walter Russell
Adapted from a talk Walter Russell gave in 1946. “We are fully aware of the step-up transformer principle in relation to the multiplication of electric energy, but few of us are aware of the mental step-up transformer principle which makes leaders of men rather than followers.” Walter Russell explains the process of multiplication of power for practical application in daily life.
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The Sculptor Searches for Mark Twain’s Immortality
by Walter Russell
The Sculptor Searches for Mark Twain’s Immortality is adapted from a talk Walter Russell gave after sculpting the Mark Twain bust and the 28-figure Mark Twain memorial. In explaining the experience that “Suddenly the spiritual essence of the physical man stood before me,” Walter Russell defines the nature of immortal as opposed to transient creations.
21 pages    4 ½” x 6 ½”
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Immortality by Walter Russell

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Caring for Your Physical & Spiritual Health
by Walter Russell

Caring for Your Physical and Spiritual Health is adapted from a talk Walter Russell gave in 1951. Walter Russell did not teach religion or theology, but a “way of life.” “Masterful living can come only through greater comprehension of our relation to the universe, to man, and to the Creator. Lack of knowledge is the cause of the problems we make our lives and in our civilization. “To give new knowledge which will enable us to live more powerfully is my purpose.” –Walter Russell
68 pages    4 ½” x 6 ½”
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The Quest of the Grail  by Walter Russell
The Quest of the Grail is from an unpublished manuscript left by Walter Russell. Russell uses the ancient story of the search for the grail to symbolize the modern search for practical wisdom and knowledge which will lead to a more enlightened life and the unfolding of one’s own creative capacity and inherent genius.
67 pages    4 ½” x 6 ½”
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by Walter Russell

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