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Your Invisible Power Paperback – March 23, 2008
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Genevieve Behrend (1881 – 1960) is the inspirational author of the powerful classic Your Invisible Power. She was the only student of Thomas Troward (1847-1916). She was born in 1881 in France and grew up in Paris. Between 1912 to 1914, Genevieve Behrend’s life focused solely on the wisdom and philosophy of Thomas Troward (1847- 1916) who’s influential and compelling ideas provided much of the groundwork to the spiritual philosophy known today as New Thought or mental science. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Unfortunately we have trouble believing it is that simple. This book puts the laws of faith into practical application and by argument and example helps convince the reader of this simple yet so difficult to believe law of the universe. Also can inexpensively get the audio upgrade to listen to at a reduced price.
She mostly teachs visualization in this book, the premise that all that you visualize comes to being. I think she also does it well in this book. She is also mentioned in Rhonda Byrne's best seller, "The Secret".
Because Behrend was broke, she claimed she used the technic of visualization to get the money that she needed to travel from the U.S. to England to study with him. She claims to have visualized every morning and night, that she was counting out twenty, one thousand dollar bills, buying the ticket, taking the ship across the sea, and becoming Troward's student.
I like the older books on the subject, probably because I like the style of writing, and for this reason, I'm also sure that a lot of people aren't going to like this book. These folks find the style too archaic. I see this complaint a lot concerning older styles of writing.
So if you don't mind a little bit of an old way of expression, I am sure you will enjoy this book. Besides, the price is right.
Note: I must say that the book does dive into religion more than I thought it would. Doesn't bother me but may not be appropriate for others.