The Edinburgh Lectures - Thomas Troward
Thomas Troward an early teacher of Mental Science
Thomas Troward greatest contributions to mental science were realized after his retirement as the Divisional Judge of the North Indian Punjab in 1896. During this period he was able to focus his attention on his interest in metaphysical and esoteric studies.
After returning to England he was asked to give a series of lectures on his philosophy of Mental Science. In 1904 he delivered the famous Edinburgh Lectures in Scotland.
The philosopher William James had this to say about Troward's Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science
Initially you may feel that reading Troward's material is difficult, however if you take some time and read it slowly you will find it quite clear and revealing. He boils down oriental mysticism into a western writing style.
The Edinburg Lectures will most definately give you something to think about and further add to your knowledge of the Mind, Body and Soul.
- I. Spirit and Matter
- II. The Higher Mode of Intelligence Controls the Lower
- III. The Unity of Spirit
- IV. Subjective and Objective Mind
- V. Further Considerations Regarding Subjective and Objective Mind
- VI. The Law of Growth
- VII. Receptivity
- VIII. Reciprocal Action of the Universal and Individual Minds
- IX. Causes and Conditions
- X. Intuition
- XI. Healing
- XII. The Will
- XIII. In Touch With Sub-Conscious Mind
- XIV. The Body
- XV. The Soul
- XVI. The Spirit
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