Summary

The early "New Age" philosophy of New Thought, which was wildly popular at the turn of the 20th century, owes much of its emphasis on the concept of "mind over matter" to the works of Thomas Troward. In this two-in-one volume, which brings together two of Troward's celebrated books on "mental science", the author - who was renowned for presenting difficult ideas with clarity and enthusiasm - discusses:


The higher mode of intelligence that controls the lower
The unity of the spirit
The subjective and objective minds
The law of growth
Intuition and the will
The subconscious mind
Individuality The creative power of thought and much more.
First published in 1909, Troward's writings remain of immense interest to anyone interesting in personal spiritual development.
Public Domain (P)2012 M-y Books Ltd
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By Robert Seals on 10-11-15

Audio quality and production not up to par.

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By cynthia on 05-08-16

Drab narration

I could not focus on content of this book because of narration style. Maybe it was good?

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