About the Author
Thomas Troward (1847 1916) was born in Punjab India to British parents and educated in England until the age of 18. Upon the completion of his education he returned to India where he eventually served as a Judge for 25 years.
Thomas Troward will be remembered as a pioneer of the New Thought movement from his contribution of a few small volumes that have had a profound effect on the understanding and development of spiritual metaphysics. His philosopy played a major role in the work of prominent New Thought teachers such as Emmet Fox and Ernest Holmes.