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The Dore Lectures on Mental Science are required reading for anyone wishing to understand and control the power of the mind. Without these lectures the New Thought Movement and The Science of Mind might never have been born. Thomas Troward was an early New Thought writer who had an immense impact on those who would follow. Ernest Holmes, Frederick Bailes, Joseph Murphy, an ...more
Hardcover, 109 pages
Published 1909 by Dodd, Mead & Company
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Great read.

I learned a lot. I advise those who are of the study of spirit to read. Thank you enjoy. K
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Apr 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
While numerous insights shared by Judge Thomas Troward in “The Dore Lectures” are profound and empowering, I found that the writing style and verbiage made for a challenging read. This is to say that while I benefited from the insights, the author made use of very lengthy sentences and detailed, sometimes obscure, verbiage which required a high degree of concentration on my part. As an example,

“…if you can once grasp the idea of your own individuality as a thought in the Divine Mind
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If you can stand the rambling, pompous prose, Troward attempts to build a case for spirituality in relation to the bible. Even with a few dubious conclusions based questionable premeses, there are some thoughtful notions to be found, but it's a bit like listening to graduate philosophy lectures as presented by Buzz Killington.
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Thomas Troward was a judge in British-administered India, where he made a personal study of the teachings of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. After retiring from the bench in 1896, he applied his legalistic mind to matters of philosophy, and began lecturing and publishing on "Mental Science," eventually becoming president of the International New Thought Alliance.
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