Edwin John Dingle
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|Edwin John Dingle|
|Alias(es)||Ding Le Mei (丁乐梅)|
|Born||6 April 1881|
Cornwall, England, U.K.
|Died||27 January 1972 (90)|
Yucca Valley, San Bernardino, California
|Affiliations||International Church of the Holy Trinity; Institute of Mentalphysics|
Edwin John Dingle (April 6, 1881 - January 27, 1972) was a British journalist, editor, and writer who was active as a correspondent in China, Tibet, India, and Burma in the early twentieth century, notably during the Xinhai Revolution of 1911. During this time abroad, Dingle became interested in Tibetan Buddhism, yoga (pranayama), and related Eastern esoteric traditions and stated he had been initiated by Tibetan Lamas, his particular synthesis of their practices with New Age Christianity becoming the basis for teachings later promulgated through his Institute of Mentalphysics; in furtherance of these teachings, Dingle founded the International Church of the Holy Trinity, First Church of Mystic Christianity, at Los Angeles, and a "New City of Mentalphysics" at Joshua Tree, the latter with buildings designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
- Dingle, Edwin John (1930), The Science of Mentalphysics, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics, https://archive.org/details/sciencemen00ding
- Dingle, Edwin John (1930), Your Mind and Its Mysteries: A Scientific Treatise on the Method of Discovery and Direction of the Great Subconscious, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1930), Man, the Monarch of the Universe, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1932), Life's Elixir Discovered: Scientifically Proven Regime for Radiant Health—Beauty—Youth and Personal Charm; the Only Easy Way, Los Angeles, Calif.: Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1936), The Living Word: Daily Spiritual Affirmations for Every Month of the Year, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1937), Your Eyes: a Practical Lesson for All Who Suffer From Impaired Eyesight ; Definite Instructions and Exercises, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1939), Science at Last Finds God, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1937), The Art of True Living, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1940), Mysticism — Lost Key to the Kingdom: Inner Chamber Communication, Los Angeles, Calif.: Publications Dept., Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1950), Breathing Your Way to Youth: The Physical Aspect of the Teaching of the Science of Mentalphysics, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics
- Dingle, Edwin John (1950), The Voice of the Logos, Los Angeles, Calif.: Institute of Mentalphysics, https://archive.org/details/voicelogos00ding
Dingle was the editor of The Lamplighter and The Mansion Builder, "Official Organ of The Institute of Mentalphysics, which spreads the Inner Teaching of International Church of the Holy Trinity, to enlighten those who seek the understanding of Divine Law and who wish to assist in spreading the Light of Divine Wisdom -- to help in the Regeneration of the Human Race, and to make this earth a veritable heaven, populated by the New Race in the New Age." (http://iapsop.com/archive/materials/mansion_builder/).
- "DO WE HAVE TO DIE?", Times Herald (Port Huron, MI): 2, 9 Jan. 1940, https://www.newspapers.com/newspage/209241365
- "Man Can Now Use Power of 1,000 Minds", Norwalk Hour (Norwalk, CT): 3, 18 Sep. 1945, https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1898&dat=19450918&id=E-cgAAAAIBAJ&sjid=920FAAAAIBAJ&pg=2438,1513592
A strange man in Los Angeles, known as "The Voice of Two Worlds," reveals the story of a remarkable system[...] The man, a well-known explorer and geographer, tells how he found these strange methods in far-off and mysterious Tibet, often called the land of miracles by the few travelers permitted to visit it. He discloses how he learned the rare wisdom and long hidden practices, closely guarded for three thousand years by the sages, which enabled many to perform amazing feats. He maintains that these immense powers are latent in all of us, and that methods for using them are now simplified so that they can be used by almost any person with ordinary intelligence. He maintains that man, instead of being limited by one-man-power-mind, has within him the mind-power of a thousand men or more as well as the energy-power of the universe which can be used in his daily affairs. He states that this sleeping giant of mind-power, when awakened, can make him capable of surprising accomplishments, from prolonging youth, to success in many fields.