Exact facsimile of the original edition, not reproduced with Optical Recognition Software. This book is designed as a series of twelve lessons. In each of the lessons the author has attempted to explain man's lawful appropriation of the supplies spiritually and electrically provided by God. When we understand and adjust our mind to the realm or kingdom where these rich ideas and their electrical thought forms exist, we shall experience in our temporal affairs what is called "Prosperity." Born in 1854 on an Indian reservation near St. Cloud, Minnesota, Charles Fillmore spent much of his early life unsuccessfully speculating on real estate and traveling the country seeking a cure for his wife Myrtle's tuberculosis before cofounding the New Thought-based Unity movement with her. Their popular magazine, "Unity," was first published in 1891. The Unity movement eventually oversaw multiple magazines and sponsored publications. Fillmore died in 1948.