The Creative Process in the Individual

  • by Thomas Troward
  • Narrated by Thomas Troward
  • 4 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Without creative powers mankind would still be living in caves, without any new ideas or advancement, so it is important to understand and harness this power. There is no better person to teach us how than Thomas Troward. He was a major pioneer in the New Thought movement, which bridges the gap between the inner world of thoughts and the physical universe.
With command of your creative powers you can manifest your potential and offer unique things to the world that are waiting inside of you, trying to get out. It’s simply a matter of using this book and tapping into your own power.


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This Gives Vital Understanding, Heals Our Beliefs

Would you consider the audio edition of The Creative Process in the Individual to be better than the print version?

T Troward's book here is worth a very thorough listening. It contain a concise, reasonable, understandable model for God's motivations and actions and how they relate to Man as an individual aspect of God (Spirit, as Troward calls Him)
Finally, a description of Truth that is understandable and wonderful.
You will find your soul quickened and heart warmed by hearing this amazing description of how God thinks and always acts!
Priceless wisdom from the sage Troward, 100 years ago!

What did you learn from The Creative Process in the Individual that you would use in your daily life?

This book gives us a true sense of the joy and power that we are as we think and act in harmony with Harmony Itself!
You will find your mind starting to heal as you understand the amazing part You and God are in each others' Life!

Any additional comments?

The only other thing I have is that the book is not actually narrated by Thomas Troward.
I vote that a different person be credited as narrator.

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- Dale "ideaist"

Narrated by Thomas Troward (1847-1916)? Really???

No, we are not so fortunate as to have Judge Troward come from the Great Beyond to read this to us. This narrator sounds exactly the person who read Troward's "The Law and the Word". See my review for the former, I'm too dispirited to go over it all again. A thoroughly inappropriate direction of the reader's talent makes this a very difficult listen.
I don't know anything about Audible's vetting process as far as accepting recordings to be published, but whoever rubber-stamped this should be made to listen to it at least once, as apparently no one (except perhaps the reader's doting significant other) has bothered to do.

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- Andrea

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-11-2013
  • Publisher: M-y Books Ltd