Your Invisible Power
The Mental Science of Thomas Troward
Paperback 95pg | 1951
Subject: Body Mind Spirit / New Thought
RESPECT, TRUST, COMMITMENT. These are the cornerstones of a dedicated relationship between a teacher and a student. For a passionate student yearning to learn and understand the essence of a subject, they must demonstrate these traits before a teacher will take them under their wing. In this case, the teacher was Thomas Troward of Cornwall England and the student was Genevieve Behrend.
Not long after her time with Troward, Behrend began her mission in New York City where she established and headed The School of the Builders up until 1925. She then established another school in Los Angeles before touring other major cities throughout North America for the next 35 years as a celebrated lecturer, teacher, and practitioner of Mental Science. Behrend presents the Troward philosophy at its best because of the way her incomparably direct, and dynamic personality relates the life-changing concepts on a personal level. Now it’s up to you to respect, trust, and commit.
From 1912 to 1914, Genevieve Behrend’s life focused solely on the wisdom and philosophy of the man who’s influential and compelling ideas provided much of the groundwork to the spiritual philosophy known today as New Thought. As the awareness of “mental science” was taking shape, Thomas Troward (1847- 1916) imparted his personal insight to only one pupil who could perpetuate this knowledge and share it with the world. YOUR INVISIBLE POWER was her first book and remains to be her most powerful and popular work.