List of New Thought writers

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This is a list of New Thought writers, who have written significant works related to New Thought.

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  • Heather McCloskey Beck - "Take the Leap" (2013) Conari Press
  • Frederick Bailes - "Hidden Power for Human Problems" (1957), "Your Mind Can Heal You"
  • Raymond Charles Barker[5] - Treat Yourself to Life, Money is God in Action
  • Michael Beckwith[6] - Spiritual Liberation: Fulfilling Your Soul's Potential
  • Genevieve Behrend [7] - Attaining Your Heart's Desire (1929), Your Invisible Power (1921)
  • Clara Beranger[8] - Peace Begins At Home
  • Kate Atkinson Boehme[9] - The Attainment of Happiness, The Radiant Path to Achievement, Mental Healing Made Plain.
  • Dorothea Brande[citation needed] - Wake Up and Live
  • Claude Bristol - The Magic of Believing
  • Nona Lovell Brooks[10] - Short Lessons in Divine Science, Mysteries, Divine Science and the Truth
  • Eric Butterworth "The Word Is Unity" Unity New York (1971), "Unity: A Quest For Truth" Robert Speller & Sons (1965), "Discover The Power Within You" Harper and Row (1968), "Unity Of All Life" DeVorss and Company (1969), "Life Is For Living" Unity New York (1974), "In The Flow Of Life" Harper & Row (1975), "How To Break The Ten Commandments" Harper and Row (1977), "Spiritual Economics" Unity School of Christianity (1983), "Celebrate Yourself" Unity School of Christianity (1984), "You Make The Difference" Harper And Row (1984), "The Concentric Perspective" Unity School of Christianity (1984), "The Universe Is Calling" HarperCollins (1993), "PosiTrends Or Negatrends" Devorss & Co. (1998), "The Creative Life" Jeremy P. Tarcher/Putnam (2001). "Eric Butterworth: His Life and Teaching, Neal Vahle author, Open View Press, San Francisco (2012)
  • Rhonda Byrne[11] - The Secret, The Power, The Magic, " The Hero".

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  • David Friedman (2012) - "The Thought Exchange"
  • Alexzandra de la Iglesia (2011) - "Choosing Your Destiny"
  • Mike Dooley - Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams, Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic, Manifesting Change: It Couldn't Be Easier, The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You
  • Horatio Dresser[18] - The Quimby Manuscripts, The Power of Silence, Spiritual Health and Healing
  • Henry Drummond[19] - The Greatest Thing in the World
  • Tamara Lee Dorris - "The Law of Distraction & Art of Intending"
  • Richard Dotts - Allowing Divine Intervention, Dollars flow to me, It is done
  • Dr Wayne Dyer [20] - Power of Intention, You'll See It When You Believe It

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  • Warren Felt Evans[21] - The Mental-Cure, Illustrating the Influence of the Mind on the Body, The Divine Law of Cure
  • Frank Eckert - "The Winner's Circle"
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson "Essays: First and Second Seeries.

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  2. ^ (1978) American book publishing record cumulative, 1950-1977: An American national bibliography, Volumes 9-15. R.R. Bowker Company. p 80.
  3. ^ a b Butler-Bowden, T. (2008) 50 Prosperity Classics: Attract It, Create It, Manage It, Share It: Wisdom from the Best Books on Wealth Creation and Abundance. Brealey Publishing. p 302.
  4. ^ Hill, N., Murphy, J., and Wattles, W.D. (2010) How to Be Rich: Compact Wisdom from the World's Greatest Wealth-builders. Penguin. p 194.
  5. ^ Holmes, E. (1941) Mind remakes your world. Chicago: Dodd, Mead and Company. p 17. Note: Barker was an ordained Religious Science minister.
  6. ^ House, J.M. (2008) Peak Vitality: Raising the Threshold of Abundance in Our Material, Spiritual and Emotional Lives. Elite Books. p 471.
  7. ^ https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:8WMNdxqAKKsJ:files.meetup.com/1434103/YourInvisiblePower.pdf+your+invisible+power+1921&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgLBXXlrTCjEHNpEi8CdLIzGw93DuR7GrWl_YgBhODpIXTzQY_CzDzSGi4C0-ETGEkCsTtx-IMkT-UfLY9FjtKV-aoMiv8gkcYh6XJoZy-woQxFoZPVdzxsdNPpKW6Pr2tObrxY&sig=AHIEtbSxKO7q1eycaG7uQvq1C6nFgDwIWw
  8. ^ Published exclusively by Unity Church, which in turn exclusively publishes only New Thought works.
  9. ^ Boehme, K.A. (1902) Mental healing made plain. National Publishing Company. p 76.
  10. ^ Gallagher, E.V. and Ashcraft, W.M. (2006) Introduction to new and alternative religions. Greewood Press. p 214.
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  12. ^ a b c d Talbot, E.A. (1921) Lessons in meditation. E.P. Dutton & Company. p. 101.
  13. ^ Byrne, R. (2010) The Power. Simon & Schuster. p 72.
  14. ^ Mirage (2008) "The Answer is Simple". Hay House Publishing.
  15. ^ Cramer, M.E. (1905) Divine science and healing. Home College of Divine Science. p 242.
  16. ^ O'Shea, D. (March 2005) "When the spirit moves us", San Diego magazine. Vol. 57, No. 5. p 118. ISSN 0036-4045.
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  19. ^ Larson, M.A. (1985) New Thought, or, A modern religious approach: The philosophy of health, happiness, and prosperity. Philosophical Library. p 224.
  20. ^ "The Power of Intention".
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  25. ^ Goddard, N. and Vitale, J. (2005) At Your Command. Morgan James Publishing. p. 11.
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