Dr. Raymond Holliwell

Working With the Law: 11 Truth Principles for Successful Living


DeVorss Publications
Paperback 184 pg | 1985; Revised 2005
Subject: New Thought; Body, Mind, Spirit
ISBN: 9780875168081

A classic guide to becoming the master of our circumstances

There are countless laws that impact our daily lives and actions. But there are other laws just waiting to be discovered and put to work from within--laws that anyone can use to live a limitless and prosperous life. After many printings, the lessons in WORKING WITH THE LAW are still being taught in numerous workshops around the country and continue to provide the reader with a new opportunity to take action and re-think their strategy for success by simply working with the law.

Science has defined a variety of natural laws that explain the physical world and how it changes. One such law states that for every action there is a reaction and that for every motion there is a corresponding counter-motion. Whether it’s visible to the human eye or not, one thing is certain – movement and change will occur as a result.

Having studied these principles, author Raymond Holliwell not only understood the universal physical applications, but he also understood the spiritual and mental applications as well.  By using this law on a spiritual and mental level, Holliwell found that a specific thought could create a desired reaction in his personal and professional life through continual and dedicated practice. As he came to realize the expanded potential of this powerful law, he eventually recognized the ultimate source of the dramatic results – God.


Working With the Law: 11 Truth Principles for Successful Living

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Working with The Law

About Author

Raymond Holliwell

Dr.Raymond Holliwell (1900-1986) was a student and master of the Laws of Living and was informed by years of research and study to discover the truths of life. His intention was to present his teachings simply, without high-minded words or vague statements that sound pretty and promising. He believed people could grow in knowledge and are able to form better opinions, in order to change their views. “The wise man changes his mind; the fool never.” There can be no progress without change, no growth without renewal.
He was born on January 6, 1900, in the small town of Waverly, Iowa, and showed early interest in literature, ideology, and religious belief. Holliwell received his Bachelor's degree in Philosophy in 1922 at The University of Iowa. Followed by earning his Master's in Psychology in 1925 at the same university. To deepen his understanding of spiritual and esoteric training, Holliwell examined various world religions, including Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism. He also had an eager interest in the works of Ralph Waldo Emerson and the New Thought Movement.

In the very early 1930s, Holliwell began functioning as a lecturer and instructor, sharing his insights on metaphysics, spirituality, and the power of the human mind. He became recognized for his ability to synthesize intricate suggestions right into conveniently understandable ideas, making him a prominent speaker in the "New Thought" movement.

He was unique at the time, because he wrote to both men and women, even before politically correct gender balancing became of importance to our society. He believed The Law teaches how to use divine intelligence, the first cause to formulate, interact, and master how to bring balance, harmony, love, and joy into one’s life. And by following these laws, a person’s life will blossom and be more nourished so they can become happier and a beacon of service to others.

Holliwell wrote many articles and books over his lifetime in which, ”Working with the Law: 11 Truth Principles for Successful Living” became the cornerstone of his teachings. This book, first published in 1964, described 11 universal laws that, when comprehended as well as applied, can cause a much more fulfilling and thriving human existence. These laws consist of: The Law of Thinking, The Law of Supply, The Law of Attraction, The Law of Receiving, The Law of Increase, The Law of Compensation, The Law of Non-Resistance, The Law of Forgiveness, The Law of Sacrifice, The Law of Obedience and The Law of Success. For these reasons, Working with the Law (978-087516-808-1) is an excellent resource for group study. Also, by retaining the numbered paragraphs from the original edition, this new edition is very user-friendly and provides the reader with an easy-to-use quick reference to key points.

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