Thomas Troward (1847 - 1916) was an English author whose works influenced the New Thought Movement and mystic Christianity. His masterpieces -- The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science, The Dore Lectures on Mental Science, and The Creative Process in the Individual -- are required reading for anyone wishing to understand and control the power of the mind, covering areas such as spirit and matter, the unity of the spirit, subjective and objective mind, the creative power of thought, the life of the spirit, and the manifestation of the life principle. These books will teach you how thought creates reality, and how to create your own positive life!
The Creative Process in the Individual explains the creative process as the self-contemplation of Spirit, and identifies the nature of Spirit as love, light, power, peace, beauty and joy.
In the present volume I have endeavored to set before the reader the conception of a sequence of creative action commencing with the formation of the globe and culminating in a vista of infinite possibilities attainable by everyone who follows up the right line for their unfoldment.
I have endeavored to show that, starting with certain incontrovertible scientific facts, all these things logically follow, and that therefore, however far these speculations may carry us beyond our past experience, they nowhere break the thread of an intelligible connection of cause and effect.
Relying on the maxim that Principle is not bound by Precedent we should not limit our expectations of the future; and if our speculations lead us to the conclusion that we have reached a point where we are not only able, but also required, by the law of our own being, to take a more active part in our personal evolution than heretofore, this discovery will afford us a new outlook upon life and widen our horizon with fresh interests and brightening hopes.
- The Starting Point
- The Self-Contemplation of Spirit
- The Divine Ideal
- The Manifestation of the Life Principle
- The Personal Factor
- The Standard of Personality
- The Denouement of the Creative Process
- The Divine Offering
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