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Genevieve Behrend was the only student of Thomas Troward

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Attaining Your Desires

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  1. Foreword
  2. Judge Thomas T. Troward, Philosopher and Sage
  3. Lesson 1 - Interpreting the Word
  4. Lesson II - How to Get What you Want
  5. Lesson III - How to Overcome Adverse Conditions
  6. Lesson IV - Strengthening Your Will
  7. Lesson V - Making Your Subjective Mind Work for You
  8. Lesson VI - Hourly Helps
  9. Lesson VII - Putting Your Lessons into Practice
  10. Contents


Judge Thomas T. Troward, Philosopher and Sage

One of the really great minds and souls of modem times-and indeed of any time-was Thomas Troward, late Divisional judge of the Punjab, India. Of his writings, the late William James of Harvard said, "Far and away the ablest statement of that psychology that I have ever met, beautiful in its sustained clearness of thought and style, a really classic statement." The Boston Transcript editorially stated, "The author reveals himself as easily the profoundest thinker we have ever met on this subject." The late Archdeacon Wilberforce, when writing to Troward, signed himself, "Your grateful pupil." Responding to the many requests from Troward's friends and admirers for a more intimate glimpse of this great man, I am pleased to present to you a few phases of his daily life as I saw them while studying with him. These may be all the more interesting because of the fact that I enjoyed the unique privilege of being the only pupil to whom he ever gave personal instruction.

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