speaker and writer in New Thought era
A major definer of the Quimby message was the gifted writer and speaker Dr. Ervin Seale (1909-1990), who for 32 years addressed a large audience at Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City. Dr. Ervin Seale dedicated his later years to sifting, sorting, organizing and publishing the writings of Phineas Parkhurst Quimby.Seale, a veritable “dean” of Quimby studies, provided a portrait of Phineas Parkhust Quimby–an icon in the American metaphysical movement and pioneer of the subconscious mind and its connection to all the outcomes and issues of our lives.
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Ervin Seale is an old-school New Thought guy with a great, simple style and super practical wisdom. In this Note, we'll have fun seeing how our minds are like crazy, drunk, swinging monkeys (and how we can tame them!) and explore a bunch of other Big Ideas—including the importance of ignoring what others think of us and seeing the Divine within ourselves (and others).