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Edinburgh Lectures and Dore Lectures on Mental Science

October 16, 2009 by · 2 Comments 


The conferences Edinburgh are the masterpiece of Thomas troward. Harvard professor William James hailed it as the ablest statement of philosophy he had known. This edition has been prepared for students of New Thought movement, and includes presentations Dore. . . . More>>

Edinburgh Lectures and Dore Lectures on Mental Science

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  1. scottisman says:

    In many respects, these are the best conferences ever given new thought. Troward was judge and thus had a legal mind in tune. When he turns his mind to new thought, expressing his points with a precision unmatched by other writers. Things go really in depth and clarify points lower than the spirits may be lost. This is a book to read slowly, but well worth the time.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Pieter says:

    This book includes the complete text of the Edinburgh and Dore lectures on mental science. The series of the first conference addressing issues of mind and matter, the nature of consciousness, unity of mind and the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious. Troward makes profound philosophical concepts clear and easily understandable. The Edinburgh conference, explains the difference between form and must be: it is how the relationship and the brand subject to conditions, while the other is the absolute truth and that which controls conditions. For the mind is infinite, is always present everywhere in space and time. This is a fundamental fact of existence, expressed by the words "In Him we live and move and have our being." The relationship between mind and being as idea (where the elements of time and space are absent) and shape (which depends on the elements) implies that pure spirit still exists in the absolute, while all phenomena arise. Our ability to produce visible results to the outside through the action of our thinking depends on how we recognize this truth. The practical application of this knowledge into our lives and issues concludes this section. During the first three conferences troward Dore explores the nature of the Spirit of the Father, the generic relationship of the person to be inclusive, and the road that specialize in relations to get better results that arise spontaneously through the simple generic action. New thinking is needed for this growth process, which includes knowledge of the existence of energy and an application method based on an understanding of its nature. In examining the life of the Spirit and humanity that the vehicle or means of distribution, explains the principle of responsiveness and its importance. The concept of the Alpha and Omega means the entire series of causation from the original time for the finished result. While thought creates form, is the feeling that gives vitality to thought: the heart and spirit of the question. In this context, discussions troward the Messiah and the great Yes, I am he who is the principle of being. Emphasizing the oneness of God, troward explains that the mind creates ex nihilo. God is one and this unity is the root of us, hence the expression "My Father and I are one." Thus, the creative process unfolds in the individual. The Messiah as the fulfillment of the law refers to the importance of individual improvement, which acts as the cause of reason and as a sign of the fullness of effect. He argues that we better understand the creative process, plus costs for the Gospels are more relevant. Troward stresses the importance of monogenesis with reference to the esoteric teaching of the musical octave is performed in step seven to launch a new round in the eighth, which became the first step. He points to a deeper understanding of the doctrine of Christ, which reflects the deepest levels of the law of being. Other topics include the legend of the Garden of Eden, the doctrine of the fall and the Animus Dei become a husband with the soul instead of a teacher the most extensively studied in his book The Mystery of the Bible and Bible Meaning. A very important point is the fundamental difference between religion based on fear, ignorance and / or traditions inexplicable cons worship in spirit and in truth through reciprocity. Givingnesses Visits troward love of the Spirit to reflect the nature of the Father, as indicated in the wake of the authentic Gospel of Jesus by Geza Vermes. This mutual love is the mystical union which refines an individual on a perpetual process of growth. The metaphor of the shepherd and stone of Genesis 49:24, Daniel and the Gospel is fulfilled in the Messiah. Finally, the author analyzes the role of certain peoples and religions in history as the expression of the essence in a universal and specialized. More relevant information can be found in the last two chapters to change their lives by Emmet Fox troward notes that those opposed to the Jewish people must decide by a principle of self-destructive in the nature of the position they take. The substance of these conferences is that external things are shaped by a change of attitude within the individual. The Messiah is the principle of love and new life. For more mystical interpretations of the Judeo-Christian Scriptures and tradition that build and light, I refer the reader to the hidden power of the Bible by Ernest Holmes, a psychology of hope by J. Kalman Kaplan, in harmony with the Infinite by Ralph Waldo Trine and Cracking the Bible Code by Jeffrey Satinover.
    Rating: 5 / 5