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Andersen, Uell Stanley
Atkinson, William Walker
Boehme, Kate Atkinson
Cady, Harriette Emilie
Coué de la Châtaigneraie, Émile
Hamblin, Henry Thomas
Christian Daa Larson
Trine, Ralph Waldo
I'm often asked who my favorite author is, so I thought I'd put together this list.
If I was forced to choose only one, it would be Neville Goddard.
November 28, 1864 - January 24, 1912. James Allen was a British author, residing in Ilfracombe, England where he moved after completing his first book From Poverty to Power (click for ePub). He is best known for his second book, the inspirational and motivational work As a Man Thinketh which was published in 1902.
September 14, 1917 – September 24, 1986. Uell Stanley Andersen was a successful American self help author. Andersen's writings were influenced by Mary Baker Eddy (he quoted her book "Science and Health"), Emmanuel Swedenborg, Edgar Cayce and William Blake to name a few.
December 5, 1862 - November 22, 1932. In order to maintain his privacy Wiliam Walker Atkinson worked under the pseudonyms of Theron Q. Dumont and
Yogi Ramacharaka. Mental, physical and financial ruin led Atkinson to
discover the theories and philosophies found in his works.
1881 - 1960. Genevieve Behrand was born in France to Scottish parents. She was the only personal student of Thomas Troward and she studied with him from 1912 to 1914. After these two years she set up the new thought School of the Builders in New York City. She traveled extensively throughout the United States lecturing on mental science and metaphysics. Her book Your Invisible Power (click for ePub) was published by the Elizabeth Towne company.
January 3, 1872 - September 24, 1938. Joseph Benner was a Western metaphysical author. His first book, The Impersonal Life (click for ePub), was published in 1914 under the pen name anonymous, which he used for all of his works. His true identity was revealed after his death by his family. Benner believed that his books came directly from God.
Elvis Presley was said to be Benner's biggest fan. He gave out hundreds of copies of The Impersonal Life (click for ePub)to friends and acquaintances, saying "you have to read this". Elvis believed, as did Benner, that the divine light is embodied in all of humanity.
1886 - May 30, 1994. Robert Bitzer founded the Hollywood Church of Religious Science in 1930 at the request of Ernest Holmes. Services were held at the prestigious Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel until the church found a permanent base on Sunset Boulevard. In 2005 this establishment was sold to The Science of Mind Center of Hollywood. Bitzer served his congregation for 64 of his 98 years, speaking at weekly services until a short time prior to his transition.
Bitzer was survived by his wife of 53 years, the late Marguerite Bitzer who was also a minister of Religious Science. The Bitzer's believed that a positive outlook and directed thought shaped one's life.
Kate Atkinson Boehme was an American new thought writer. Arguably her most famous work was Mental Healing Made Plain (click for ePub), which was published by Elizabeth Towne. She also published articles in Elizabeth Towne's Nautilus Magazine that dealt with health and healing through the application of right thought.
July 12, 1848 - January 3, 1941. Born in New York,
Harriette was a homeopathic physician, author and metaphysician. She
was greatly influenced by Ralph Waldo Emerson and worked with other
new thought practioners including Emma Curtis Hopkins, Charles and
Myrtle Fillmore and Ernest Holmes.
August 19, 1944. Jack Canfield is an American self help author. His most famous works are the Chicken Soup for the Soul books which he wrote in conjunction with Mark Victor Hansen. He appeared on the DVD and in the book called The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. You can also listen to the abridged version of Jack Canfield's The Success Principles here.
April 19, 1885 - 1950. Robert "Bob" Collier was an American new thought author. Collier suffered from a chronic illness and cured himself through mental healing. Although he doesn't affiliate his work with any specific religion, he studied new thought, metaphysical and success principles similar to those taught by the Unity Church.
The main lesson Collier teaches in his works is the unlimited potential within all of us, which can be accessed through our subconscious mind.
February 26, 1857 - July 2, 1926. Known simply as Emilé Coué he was a psychologist and pharmacist of French origin. He introduced a popular method of psychotherapy and self-improvement based on hypnosis and autosuggestion.
February 12, 1844 - August 2, 1906. Malinda Cramer
was the founder of Divine Science. Her writings and teachings
developed out of her own personal illness, rendering her an invalid,
and subsequent healing. She is responsible for one of the first new
thought publications called the Harmony Magazine.
January 15, 1866 - March 30, 1954. At the tender age
of 18, Dresser, along with his parents, began to practice mental
healing. A little over a decade later, in 1895, his first full-length
book, The Power of Silence (click for ePub), was published.
Alan Drew is a self-help author, international medium, psychic detective and spiritual life coach. Alan wrote the ebook Self Help Techniques (click for ePub) to encourage others to make the most of their lives by manifesting what they desire.
August 22, 1854 - July 5, 1948. In 1889, along with his wife Myrtle Fillmore, Charles Fillmore founded the Unity Movement, publishing a monthly magazine in America called Modern Thought, followed by a publication to inspire children called Wee Wisdom. The first book to be published by Unity was Lessons in Truth by Emilie H. Cady. Charles Fillmore described Unity as follows:
“Unity is a link in the great educational movement inaugurated by Jesus Christ; our objective is to discern the truth in Christianity and prove it. The truth that we teach is not new; neither do we claim special revelations or discovery of new religious principles. Our purpose is to help and teach mankind to use and prove the eternal Truth taught by the Master.”
February 19, 1905 - October 1, 1972. Neville Goddard
was born in Barbados, West Indies. At seventeen, he went to the
United States to study drama. In 1932, he resigned from theatrical
life and devoted his career to studies in mysticism. From the late
1950's he gave many lectures to capacity audiences. Neville's books focus on the creative use of the imagination.
May 22, 1866 - November 27, 1949. Charles Haanel is
best known for his book The Master Key System (click for ePub). His works have
influenced millions of people including Napoleon Hill and in more
recent times Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, and Rhonda Byrne
producer of The Secret.
March, 19, 1873 - October, 28, 1958. Henry Thomas Hamblin was born into a poor family in London, but he refused to accept the poverty that surrounded him. Throughout his life Hamblin had many visionary experiences, which he described as follows: "All care, anxiety and fear vanished, and I felt that I was cradled in Divine Love...The deep peace of the Eternal flowed through me like a river; yet at the same time it was as though I was being carried along on a stream of Divine Bliss."
After working various jobs in difficult circumstances, Hamblin became a very successful optician. Unfortunately, his success brought him a great sense of foreboding. He had horrific nightmares that he described as feeling like he was in hell. Added to this was the tragic and unexpected death of his young son.
His situation got so bad that he was forced to end his career as an optician and move to the country. The move aided him in once again connecting with the divine presence. In the early 1920's he began to write and published a magazine called the Science of Thought Review. He continued to publish the magazine and write books for the rest of his life.
October 26, 1883 - November 8, 1970. Napoleon Hill was an American author known for his best selling book Think and Grow Rich (click for ePub). He was an adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He sites his opportunity in 1908 to interview Andrew Carnegie, one of the world's most powerful men at that time, to be the major turning point in his life.
January 21, 1887 - April 7, 1960. Holmes was born on a farm in Lincoln, Maine in the United States. He was the youngest of nine sons. He founded the spiritual, philosophical and metaphysical organization called Religious Science which belonged within the New Thought movement.
Early on, he was heavily influenced by Ralph Waldo Emerson and Mary Baker Eddy. Later he resonated with the works of Christian Larson, Ralph Waldo Trine and Phineas Quimby. He then began giving lectures based on the works of Thomas Troward. His audiences grew in numbers and he was ordained as a Divine Science Minster.
was married for 30 years to Hazel Durkee Foster. They never had any
children. Hazel died in 1957 and Ernest died three years later at the
age of 73.
(1883 - 1973). Fenwicke Holmes was the older brother of Ernest Holmes and husband to successful novelist, Katharine Eggleston, with whom he shared an adopted son, Louis. Together, Fenwicke and Ernest published the Uplift magazine and spoke publicly in Los Angeles at the Strand Theater on Sunday mornings. Fenwicke's first book, The Law of Mind in Action, was published at the same time as Ernest published Creative Mind & Success.
To further disseminate their teachings, the brothers created the Institute of Religous Science and School of Philosophy. For a short time Fenwicke ministered at New York's Divine Science Church of the Healing Christ, before moving his family to California where he presided over the International College of Mental Science.
During the 1950's, Fenwicke joined forces with with Dr. Masaharu Taniguchi to found Seicho-No-le, a Japanese new thought organization.
Fenwicke lectured around the globe for fifty years and wrote over twenty books. He is considered to be a prominent figure in the advancement of the New Thought movement, particularly in Japan.
September 2, 1872 - November 21, 1958. Gardner Hunting was born Henry Gardner Hunting in Kilbourn City, Wisconsin, United States. He was an American pastor and wrote for the Unity School of Practical Christianity from 1925 til his death.
1874 - 1962. Horatio Dresser credited Larson as being
the founder of New Thought. He was a great influence on Ernest Holmes
who included Larson's teachings in his Science of Mind magazine. In
the early 1900's he opened a New Thought Temple at his residence in
Cincinnati, Ohio and published a leading new thought periodical
called Eternal Progress, reaching over 250 million readers.
Michael Lee is a modern day self-improvement author. He has undergone years of intensive research, personal experiments
and trial-and-errors in the field of persuasion, conversational
hypnosis, motivation, and copywriting.
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1904 - 1971. Mildred Mann was the founder of the Society of Religious Pragmatism which later became known as the Society of Pragmatic Mysticism. She taught metaphysics in New York City and was active in the New Thought Movement writing a book called 'Become What You Believe'. In this book she outlined the 'seven steps in demonstration' which Mann cited as desire, decision, ask, believe, work, feel gratitude and feel expectancy.
1850 - 1824. Orison Swett Marden was an orphan by the time he was seven years old. Despite this, and living with several different guardians, he went on to achieve degrees in Medicine and Law at Harvard University. Samuel Smiles, a Scottish self help author and reformer, was the inspiration behind Marden's works.
December 5, 1906 - December 23, 1998. John McDonald was
a writer, editor, fisherman and business historian. He wrote for Fortune magazine for thirty years. He also authored books on business, game theory, and fly fishing. He is best known for his work "My Years with General Motors", a memoir of Alfred P Sloan Jr.'s fifty year career in the automobile industry.
1856 - 1924. Militz had a close association with
Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, founders of the Unity Movement, and
wrote many articles and became a well known voice via their magazine
Unity. She was influenced and inspired by Emma Curtis Hopkins and was
ordained as a Christian Science Minister by Hopkins. She founded the
Home of Truth which was based around Hopkins teachings. In the latter
years of her life she developed her Home of Truth movement and became
editor and publisher of her own new thought magazine, Master Mind.
April 5, 1834– May 27, 1891. Mulford was born in the United States in Sag Harbor, Long Island. He was an early founder of the New Thought Movement. He spent 16 years in California. Several of those years he spent in mining towns in search of gold. He became a wealthy man, not through this endeavor, but through his written works, which were often humorous. He also wrote many metaphysical texts including Thoughts are Things (click for ePub), Your Forces and How to Use Them and Gift of the Spirit. It is said that Mulford coined the term 'law of attraction'. He returned to Long Island and died a peaceful death at age 57.
May 20, 1898 - December 16, 1981. Joseph Murphy had a PhD in psychology and was a long-standing Minister of the Church of Divine Science in Los Angeles. He was heavily influenced by Ernest Holmes and Emmet Fox. He was ordained into Religious Science by Holmes in 1946. Like Neville Goddard, Murphy was a student of Abdullah who taught them the creative powers of the subconscious mind.
May 31, 1898 – December 24, 1993. Norman Vincent Peale was a minister, professional speaker and author of 45 books, with his most famous work being The Power of Positive Thinking (click for ePub). During the 20th-century, he was one of the most influential ministers in the United States. In 1984, President Ronald Reagan awarded Peale the Presidential Medal of Freedom, (the highest civilian honor in the United States), for his contributions to the field of theology. He died of a stroke at age 95 in Pawling, New York.
Her first husband, with whom she shared a son, died unexpectedly. She later remarried and wrote the wonderful book Open Your Mind to Prosperity. Ponder often spoke to audiences, small and large, all over the United States. While she no longer attends speaking engagements, she continues to research and write on the abundance of universal supply (God).
Earl Prevette was a highly successful salesman and author. He taught the principles of using the abilities within to achieve your goals. He personally completed 32 courses in law, passed the State Board of Examiners, became a licensed attorney-at-law and graduated college all within five months. He touches on how he achieved this in his sought-after book How to Turn Your Ability Into Cash (click for ePub).
May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984. On December 8, 1963 an entity that called himself Seth emerged via a Ouija board to communicate via Jane Roberts of Elmira, New York. Seth's purpose was to dictate information about the nature of reality beyond the five physical senses in a trance mediumship that lasted for 21 years from 1963 to 1984.
1865 - May, 1953. Imelda Octavia Shanklin was born in Iowa to Francis Marion Shanklin from Indiana and Mary Ann Gillilan from West Virginia. From 1907 to 1930 she worked at the Unity School of Christianity. In 1918, during her service to Unity she was ordained by Charles Fillmore as a Unity Church minister.
She worked alongside Myrtle Fillmore at Unity where she served as editor-in-chief of all Unity publications as well as editor of "Wee Wisdom".
She resigned from Unity in 1930 to pursue writing in the metaphysical field. Her works include:
"Selected Studies" and "What Are You?" are the most popular of Shanklin's books. Imelda died in May 1953 in Viola, Iowa.
September 24, 1871 - October 17, 1940. Florence Scovel Shinn was born in Camden, New Jersey. She met her husband, Everett Shinn, a well-known artist, when she was an art student at the University of Philadelphia.
The Shinn's moved to New York City both pursuing work in the arts. Their marriage failed and as a result of its breakdown Florence turned to metaphysics.
She believed that people would continue to fail until they impress their subconscious with the conviction that they were successful. She believed this could be done via affirmations.
1860 - 1965. Elizabeth Towne was the founder and editor of
the new thought Nautilus Magazine in which she published many
articles by Wallace Wattles. She was a Methodist prior to becoming a
new thought writer and publisher.
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September 6, 1866 - February 22, 1958. Trine had a
great impact on Ernest Holmes, the founder of Religious Science, and
Henry Ford. Ford attributed his success to Trine's works, in
particular In Tune with the Infinite, which was published in 1897 and
sold over 2 million copies.
1847 - 1916. Troward was Her Majesty's Assistant
Commissioner and a Divisional Judge of the North Indian Punjab. As
with Trine, Troward's works had a very influential impact on the
Religious Science Founder, Ernest Holmes. Troward only had one
student, Genevieve Behrand.
1860 - 1911. Wattles' early years consisted of many
failures which led him to explore the principles and philosophies
that later emerged in his most famous work, The Science of Getting
Rich (click for ePub), which was published in 1910 just prior to his death. He died a
very wealthy man.
September 10, 1943. Neale Donald Walsch is a modern day spiritual messenger whose words continue to touch the world in profound ways. With an early interest in religion and a deeply felt connection to spirituality, Neale spent the majority of his life thriving professionally, yet searching for spiritual meaning before beginning his now famous conversation with God. His 'With God' series of books has been translated into 27 languages, touching millions of lives and inspiring important changes in their day-to-day lives.
Creation is finished! There is nothing for you to earn! Your
job is to line up with the best version of yourself. Do not think you
must work through sweat, blood and
tears to achieve your desires. The abundant opulence of the universe is yours! All you need to do is turn within, relax and allow. read more...