Ralph Waldo Trine (1866 - 1958) was an American philosopher, mystic, teacher, and was an early New Thought writer and mentor. He was a true pioneer in the area of life-transforming thought. His most influential work, In Tune with the Infinite, read and recommended by such luminaries as Queen Victoria, Janet Gaynor and Henry Ford, was originally published in 1897 and has stood the test of time for over a century.
Many of his other works remain in print, including Character-Building Thought Power, The Greatest Thing Ever Known, The Wayfarer on the Open Road, This Mystical Life of Ours, and What All the World's A-Seeking, all considered self-help classics these days.
In Tune with the Infinite is one of the best self-help books ever written; millions of copies have been sold worldwide. Many consider this to be one of the inspirational works that led to Napoleon Hill's classic, Think and Grow Rich. See for yourself what millions of others have found so rewarding -- it may change your life as well.
To point out the great facts in connection with, and the great laws underlying the workings of the interior, spiritual, thought forces, to point them out so simply and so clearly that even a child can understand, is the author's aim. To point them out so simply and so clearly that all can grasp them, that all can take them and infuse them into everyday life, so as to mold it in all its details in accordance with what they would have it, is his purpose That life can be thus molded by them is not a matter of mere speculation or theory with him, but a matter of positive knowledge.
There is a divine sequence running throughout the universe. Within and above and below the human will incessantly works the Divine will. To come into harmony with it and thereby with all the higher laws and forces, to come then into league and to work in conjunction with them, in order that they can work in league and in conjunction with us, is to come into the chain of this wonderful sequence. This is the secret of all success. This is to come into the possession of unknown riches, into the realization of undreamed-of powers.