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IMAGINE you were able to sit at the feet of the greatest thinker alive – a man who had distilled the complete philosophical data from all the world’s major religions. Who lectured about his research and then wrote popular, bestselling books on those same findings. Whose published works were revolutionary in concept – while the ideas behind them were ancient and whose origins were themselves lost in antiquity, at least, until he started lecturing about them.
And then imagine that you were his only student. That you had his undivided attention for your studies. That you could ask him anything you wanted.
That is exactly the scene which Genevieve Behrend found herself in.
She had read Thomas Troward’s Edinburgh and Dore lectures and then started applying these to herself. When he defined the Law of Attraction and how to apply it to your own life – she took these words to heart and applied them to those things she most wanted.
She figured she needed a princely sum to be able to journey to England and become the student of Thomas Troward. By applying these teachings (which she describes in the books herein) she made her dreams come true. She got the money, she got her trip, she became that student.