NEW THOUGHT AUTHORS

THE MENTAL GIANTS OF OUR TIMES

The New Thought authors are the mental giants of modern times that wrote about the power of the human mind and manifesting with unmatched clarity and depth. The late 19th and early 20th centuries saw the emergence of the New Thought Movement and the articles below are excerpts from the masterpieces that were written. Through their works, these essential thinkers of New Thought have allowed us to stand on their 'shoulders' to see the world from a higher vantage point. William Walker Atkinson, Charles F. Haanel, Genevieve Behrend, James Allen, Neville Goddard, Thomas Troward and Henry Thomas Hamblin are some of the authors of the New Thought Movement to whom I am indebted.

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  1. Imagining Creates by Neville Goddard
  2. I Can and I Will by William Walker Atkinson

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I Can and I Will by William Walker Atkinson: Have you ever said these words to yourself with a firm conviction that you were speaking the truth with the strong feeling that needed no other proof? If so, you then felt within you a thrill which seemed to cause every atom of your being to vibrate in harmony with some note in the grand scale of Life, sounded by the Real Self. You caught a momentary glimpse of the Inner Light, [...] of YOURSELF.

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Imagining Creates by Neville Goddard: The creator of the world works in the depth of your soul, underlying all of your faculties, including perception and streams into your surface mind least disguised in the form of creative fancy. Watch your thoughts, and you will catch Him in the act of creating, for He is your very Self. [...] You have found the creative cause of your world.

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Quotes from New Thought Authors

"Circumstances do not make a man, they reveal him."—James Allen

"Dare to believe in the reality of your assumption and watch the world play its part relative to its fulfilment. Man moves in a world that is nothing more or less than his consciousness objectified"—Neville Goddard

"An educated man is not, necessarily, one who has an abundance of general or specialized knowledge. An educated man is one who has so developed the faculties of his mind that he may acquire anything he wants, or its equivalent, without violating the rights of others."― Napolean Hill

"Use the imagination to picture only what is good, what is beautiful, what is beneficial, what is ideal, and what you wish to realize. Mentally see yourself receiving what you deeply desire to receive. What you imagine, you will think, and what you think, you will become."—Christian D. Larson


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