The contents of this book can help you transform your life into the one you want. Anyone who is familiar with the great twentieth century “Sleeping” Prophet Edgar Cayce knows that one of the most frequently mentioned concepts in the material generated by Cayce’s more than 14,000 recorded psychic readings is that “Spirit is the Life, Mind is the Builder, and the Physical is the Result.” In other words, Spirit is the source of all life. The mind focuses that energy into creative (positive) or destructive (negative) avenues of expression like bright light passing through an image on clear celluloid. The result is that our thoughts and resulting choices will eventually find expression in the physical world we inhabit, affecting not only ourselves but our relationships with one another. This concept is the basis of just about every successful self-help book written in the past hundred years. In 1904, Thomas Troward presented a series of lectures at Edinburgh University called, “The Edinburgh Lectures on Mental Science.” A true genius who was a century or two ahead of his time, Troward’s lectures explain in detail why and how this law so frequently repeated by Cayce works. Troward also explained how an individual can put the law to work for his or her benefit. Unfortunately, Troward wrote his lectures in the scientific vernacular of his day, making them practically incomprehensible to all but a few academicians of his time. Now prizewinning author and noted metaphysician (Keys to the Kingdom) Stephen Hawley Martin has translated the lectures into plain English and included them in this book along with helpful commentary. What this boils down to is: If you want to create the life you dare to imagine, this book is absolutely a “must read.”
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