The Creative Process In The Individual

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The author scientifically explains the sequence of creative action, from the first beginnings of life through the development of the race to the need to the present day - the perfect realization of the divine right of creation. The knowledge of oneself, made in the likeness of the great creative power and necessarily sharing in that power to create what is good, will open up a wonderful vista of possibilities to all who follow unerringly the law of their own being.--
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Overview

The author scientifically explains the sequence of creative action, from the first beginnings of life through the development of the race to the need to the present day - the perfect realization of the divine right of creation. The knowledge of oneself, made in the likeness of the great creative power and necessarily sharing in that power to create what is good, will open up a wonderful vista of possibilities to all who follow unerringly the law of their own being.--
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781603862011
  • Publisher: Watchmaker Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/21/2009
  • Pages: 104
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.22 (d)

Table of Contents

A Word from the Publisher vii
Foreword ix
1. The Starting-Point 1
2. The Self-Contemplation of Spirit 12
3. The Divine Ideal 29
4. The Manifestation of the Life Principle 41
5. The Personal Factor 53
6. The Standard of Personality 67
7. Race Thought and New Thought 75
8. The Denouement of the Creative Process 81
9. Conclusion 114
10. The Divine Offering 124
11. Ourselves in the Divine Offering 134
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  • Posted June 2, 2013

    Enlightening, exciting, beautiful. I agree with the previous rev

    Enlightening, exciting, beautiful. I agree with the previous reviewer. I have believed for years that science, religion, and philosophy are counterparts of the same thing, and this book not only makes sense of that integration,it illustrates the deeper and profoundly simple truth of Being. this is a book you will read more than once, gleaning deeper insights each time.

    I also recommend Troward's The Hidden Power, and authors Neville Goddard, Genevieve Behrend, and Charles Haanel.

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  • Posted July 11, 2009

    This book explains the entire Bible

    Thomas Troward is the man. I had felt for some time that both Science and religion are compatible, or interchangeable in some cases. In "The Creative Process", Troward illustrates the harmony between physics and philosophy, proving that mainstream science and Religion have both had the wrong emphasis for years. I can only tell you that, if you truely wish to finally make sense of the Ineffable, read it.

    I also recommend Troward's other writings, and his student's brief "Your Invisible Power" (Genevieve Behrend).

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