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Author: Harry Gaze

Publisher: Devorss & Company

ISBN: 0875166547

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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1993-05-01 By Harry Gaze

At the time there was practically an invasion of the New Thought ideology into England.2 According to the foreword of the book Thomas Troward: An Intimate Memoir of the Teacher and Man, it was Gaze who provided the missing link to ...

Author: Albert Amao

Publisher: Quest Books

ISBN: 9780835631327

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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As a man thinketh, so is he—thus is the biblical King Solomon often quoted by proponents of New Thought, one of the most influential native religious movements in America. Albert Amao provides an engaging and serious history of this and related movements from the eighteenth century to the present. His discussion ranges from Phineas P. Quimby, the father of New Thought, and Mary Baker Eddy, founder of Christian Science, to Myrtle Fillmore, cofounder of Unity Church of Christianity, William James, the father of American psychology, and leaders in the emerging field of Energy Psychology. Amao’s aim is to provide a rational explanation of the power of thought to heal the mind and body. All methods of mind/spiritual healing are self-healing, he says; we all have an inner capacity to heal ourselves. He examines cases of contemporary New Thought leaders who self-healed from “incurable” diseases free of medicine, and he describes the mechanism that triggered their healing. Their experiences have benefited millions of followers worldwide. The beauty of New Thought, says Amao, is that it empowers us to become conscious co-creators of our well-being and achieve success in other areas of life beyond recovering our health.
2014-05-02 By Albert Amao

Privately published, 1958; rpt., Thomas Troward: An Intimate Memoir of the Teacher and the Man. Marina Del Rey, CA: DeVorss, 1992. George, Maude Roberts. “News of the Music World,” Chicago Defender 22 September 1928, 3.

Author: Juanita Karpf

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 9781496836700

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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In Performing Racial Uplift: E. Azalia Hackley and African American Activism in the Postbellum to Pre-Harlem Era, Juanita Karpf rediscovers the career of Black activist E. Azalia Hackley (1867–1922), a concert artist, nationally famous music teacher, and charismatic lecturer. Growing up in Black Detroit, she began touring as a pianist and soprano soloist while only in her teens. By the late 1910s, she had toured coast-to-coast, earning glowing reviews. Her concert repertoire consisted of an innovative blend of spirituals, popular ballads, virtuosic showstoppers, and classical pieces. She also taught music while on tour and visited several hundred Black schools, churches, and communities during her career. She traveled overseas and, in London and Paris, studied singing with William Shakespeare and Jean de Reszke—two of the classical music world’s most renowned teachers. Her acceptance into these famous studios confirmed her extraordinary musicianship, a “first” for an African American singer. She founded the Normal Vocal Institute in Chicago, the first music school founded by a Black performer to offer teacher training to aspiring African American musicians. Hackley’s activist philosophy was unique. Unlike most activists of her era, she did not align herself unequivocally with either Booker T. Washington or W. E. B. Du Bois. Instead, she created her own mediatory philosophical approach. To carry out her agenda, she harnessed such strategies as giving music lessons to large audiences and delivering lectures on the ecumenical religious movement known as New Thought. In this book, Karpf reclaims Hackley's legacy and details the talent, energy, determination, and unprecedented worldview she brought to the cause of racial uplift.
2022-01-17 By Juanita Karpf

Thomas Troward: An Intimate Memoir of the Teacher and the Man. Marina del Rey, CA: DeVorss & Company, 1992. Gimian, Carolyn Rose, ed. The Collected Works of Chogyam Trungpa, Volume Three: Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism; ...

Author: Mary E. Mitchell

Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser

ISBN: 9780917849343

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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The connection between our thoughts/beliefs with our health/life experiences has been recently heralded as an important discovery by scientists. Yet in the 1920s Dr. Ernest Holmes extensively studied what others had already written about this & synthesized his understanding inThe Science of Mind text. He described it as a correlation of laws of science, opinions of philosophy, and revelations of religion. The Practitioner Handbook is a how-to book for those who want to learn spiritual mind healing, a highly effective technique for physical and mental healing. It is based on the understanding that we are surrounded by a Universal Mind, which reacts to our thought—and always according to Law. Earlier editions of The Practitioner Handbook have offered invaluable insights into the mystical and practical aspects of being a Practitioner of high consciousness in today's world. This edition offers even more to its readers and will in its own right become a treasured resource to every person who seeks to deepen and empower their application of Spiritual Mind Treatment.
2014-12-01 By Mary E. Mitchell

Thomas Troward: An Intimate Memoir of the Teacher and the Man. DeVorss & Company, 1992. Goldsmith, Joel S. Practicing the Presence. HarperCollins, 1958; 2nd printing 1986. Goldsmith, Joel S. The Foundation ofMysticism: Spiritual Healing ...

Author: Mary E. Mitchell

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781452519098

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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What you will discover in 32 Easy Lessons: - How really simple everything is. - We are all one within a universal field of energy. - Intention: The power behind affirmative prayer. - How our thoughts and beliefs attract like energy and experiences. - The healing power of scientific prayer. - The power of being an observer without expectations. - The deep mystical love underlying all aspects of the universe. - Scientific discoveries rich in spiritual awakening. 32 Easy Lessons reveals the essence of who we are at our most powerful level. When we understand how our mind affects the metaphysical, beyond the physical, it all begins to make sense. There are gold nuggets in this treasure trove to enrich your life's adventure! Mary Mitchell has been an avid student of the science of our mind and metaphysics for over twenty years. Her deep study has resulted in popular classes and lessons that explore the hidden power of what lies beyond the physical, and forces of energy that we can control through the power of our mind. It's true: there is a power for good in the universe, and you can use it.
2014-08-19 By Mary E. Mitchell

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