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Wisdom of Mahatma Gandhi

It’s the action, not the fruit of the action, that’s important. You have to do the right thing. It may not be in your power, may not be in your time, that there’ll be any fruit. But that doesn’t mean you stop doing the right thing. You may never know what results come from your […]

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Metaphysical Teacher Genevieve Behrend Born 1881

The last of the great metaphysical teachers that will be presented to you is Genevieve Behrend. Genevieve Behrend was born in 1881 in France and grew up in Paris. She is most famous for being the only personal student of the famous New Thought teacher Thomas Troward, but had her own contribution to a very […]

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Metaphysical Teacher Robert Collier (1885 โ€“ 1950)

Robert Collier was born April 19, 1885, and from that point on he changed the world of metaphysical teachings and his ideas are still used today. In fact, many of the concepts expressed in the famous film The Secret use his teachings.

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Metaphysical Teacher Charles Haanel (1866 โ€“ 1949)

Charles Haanel most well-known success of them all was his book The Master Key System. This work was one of the first self-help books that were actually part of the study of metaphysics.

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Metaphysical Teacher Elizabeth Towne (1865-1960)

Towne founded Nautilus magazine, a publication that was dedicated to metaphysical teachings. It operated only from 1898 to 1953. She halted the publication in the event of her failing health. Wallace D. Wattles wrote articles for Nautilus magazine.

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New Thought Metaphysical Teachers

If you are interested in metaphysics at all, learning about these individuals is unavoidable. If you had to choose teachers to research, these metaphysical teachers can tell you the most about the field and where it actually came from, as well as some of the ideas behind it because some of their ideas are still in fact used today.

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