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This is a
list of New Thought writers, who have written significant works related to New Thought.
David Friedman (2012) - " The Thought Exchange" Alexzandra de la Iglesia (2011) - "Choosing Your Destiny"
Mike Dooley - Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams, Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic, Manifesting Change: It Couldn't Be Easier, The Top 10 Things Dead People Want to Tell You
Horatio Dresser -  The Quimby Manuscripts, The Power of Silence, Spiritual Health and Healing
Henry Drummond -  The Greatest Thing in the World Tamara Lee Dorris - "The Law of Distraction & Art of Intending"
Wayne Dyer -  Power of Intention
Shakti Gawain - Creative Visualization
Neville Goddard -  Feeling Is The Secret, Your Faith is Your Fortune, The Neville Reader, The Law & the Promise, At Your Command, Awakened Imagination, Prayer: The Art of Believing, Resurrection, Awakened Imagination/The Search, Seedtime & Harvest, Out of This World: Thinking Fourth-Dimensionally
Thaddeus Golas -  (1971) The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment
Joel S. Goldsmith  -  The Infinite Way Dr. Kenneth D Gordon
-  Mind and Manifestation
Stuart Grayson -  Spiritual Healing: A Simple Guide for the Healing of Body, Mind, and Spirit.
Joseph Perry Green
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Masaharu Taniguchi -  The Science of Faith
Elizabeth Towne -  Experiences in Self-Healing
Eckhart Tolle - , The Power of Now , A New Earth , Guardians of Being , Practicing the Power of Now , Stillness Speaks , Milton's Secret , ' Oneness With All Life , '
Thomas Troward -  The Creative Process In The Individual, The Edinburgh & Dore Lectures on Mental Science, The Hidden Power
Three Initiates - The Kybalion Ralph Waldo Trine (
de) -  The Greatest Thing Ever Known
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See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ Brown, H.H. (1903) New thought primer, origin, history and principles of the movement: S lesson in soul culture. Now Folk. p 51.
^ (1978) American book publishing record cumulative, 1950-1977: An American national bibliography, Volumes 9-15. R.R. Bowker Company. p 80.
^ a b Butler-Bowden, T. (2008) 50 Prosperity Classics: Attract It, Create It, Manage It, Share It: Wisdom from the Best Books on Wealth Creation and Abundance. Brealey Publishing. p 302.
^ Hill, N., Murphy, J., and Wattles, W.D. (2010) How to Be Rich: Compact Wisdom from the World's Greatest Wealth-builders. Penguin. p 194.
^ Holmes, E. (1941) Mind remakes your world. Chicago: Dodd, Mead and Company. p 17. Note: Barker was an ordained Religious Science minister.
^ House, J.M. (2008) Peak Vitality: Raising the Threshold of Abundance in Our Material, Spiritual and Emotional Lives. Elite Books. p 471.
^ Published exclusively by Unity Church, which in turn exclusively publishes only New Thought works.
^ Gallagher, E.V. and Ashcraft, W.M. (2006) Introduction to new and alternative religions. Greewood Press. p 214.
^ Boehme, K.A. (1902) Mental healing made plain. National Publishing Company. p 76.
^ Lofton, K. (2011) Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon. University of California Press. p 43.
^ a b c d Talbot, E.A. (1921) Lessons in meditation. E.P. Dutton & Company. p. 101.
^ a b Horowitz, Mitch (2009). . Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation Random House Digital, Inc. p. 87. ISBN 9780553806755.
^ Byrne, R. (2010) The Power. Simon & Schuster. p 72.
^ Mirage (2008) "The Answer is Simple". Hay House Publishing.
^ Cramer, M.E. (1905) Divine science and healing. Home College of Divine Science. p 242.
^ O'Shea, D. (March 2005) "When the spirit moves us", . Vol. 57, No. 5. p 118. ISSN 0036-4045. San Diego magazine
^ Ellwood, R.S. (1997) The fifties spiritual marketplace: American religion in a decade of conflict. Rutgers University Press, p 225.
^ Satter, B. (2001) Each Mind a Kingdom: American Women, Sexual Purity, and the New Thought Movement, 1875-1920. University of California Press. p 198.
^ Larson, M.A. (1985) New Thought, or, A modern religious approach: The philosophy of health, happiness, and prosperity. Philosophical Library. p 224.
^ Mosley, G. (2006) New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement. Templeton Foundation Press. p. 132. ISBN 978-1-59947-089-4.
^ a b c Mosley, G. (2006) New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement. Templeton Foundation Press. p. 134. ISBN 978-1-59947-089-4.
^ a b c d Mosley, G. (2006) New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement. Templeton Foundation Press. p. 136. ISBN 978-1-59947-089-4.
^ Griffith, R.M. (2004) Born again bodies: Flesh and spirit in American Christianity. University of California Press. p. 268.
^ Goddard, N. and Vitale, J. (2005) At Your Command. Morgan James Publishing. p. 11.
^ York, M. (1995) The emerging network: A sociology of the New Age and neo-pagan movements. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 54.
^ Goldsmith, J.S. (1994) The Invisible Supply: Finding the Gifts of the Spirit Within. HarperCollins. p 69.
^ Ellwood, R.S. and Alles, G.D. (2007) The encyclopedia of world religions. Infobase Publishing, 2007. p. 323.
^ (2010) Mind and Manifestation CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 1-450-55654-X. p 124.
^ (1997) Spiritual Healing: A Simple Guide for the Healing of Body, Mind, and Spirit. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0-684-82365-9. p 256.
^ Lofton, K. (2011) Oprah: The gospel of an icon. University of California Press. p 42.
^ Rodgers, D.T. (1979) The work ethic in industrial America, 1850-1920. University of Chicago Press. p 110.
^ Jones, D. and Woodbridge, R. (2011) Health, Wealth & Happiness: Has the Prosperity Gospel Overshadowed the Gospel of Christ? Kregel Publications. p 43.
^ Hicks, Esther; Hicks, Jerry (2004). Ask and it is given: learning to manifest your desires. Hay House.
^ Satter, B. (2001) Each Mind a Kingdom: American Women, Sexual Purity, and the New Thought Movement, 1875-1920. University of California Press. p 252.
^ Hill is frequently referred to as influenced by, part of, and a founder of the New Thought movement. See Starker, S. (2002) Oracle at the Supermarket: The American Preoccupation With Self-Help Books. Transaction Publishers. p 25; Taylor, E. (1999) Shadow culture: psychology and spirituality in America. Counterpoint. p 216; Juhasz, A.J. (2009) The Logical Meaning of God. Attila's Creative Works LLC. p 59.
^ a b Mosley, G. (2006) New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement. Templeton Foundation Press. p. 137. ISBN 978-1-59947-089-4.
^ Braden, C.S. (1963) Spirits in rebellion: The rise and development of new thought. Southern Methodist University Press. p 493.
^ Harley, G.M. (2002) Emma Curtis Hopkins: Forgotten founder of New Thought. Syracuse University Press. - Note: The whole book is about her being a founder of the New Thought movement.
^ Garraty, J.A. and Carnes, M.C. for the American Council of Learned Societies. (1999) American National Biography: Hofstadter-Jepson. Oxford University Press. p 81.
^ Rosemary Skinner Keller, Rosemary Radford Ruether, Marie Cantlon (2006) Encyclopedia of women and religion in North America, Volume 2. Indiana University Press. p 758.
^ James, G.W. (1916) . Public Domain. Quit Your Worrying!
^ Kendrick, Jason (2009) It's Not Your Life, IT'S YOU. A Layman's Guide to the Power of Perspective Copyright: It's You Publishing 2009. Printed by: Lightning Surce Inc. www.JasonKendrickBooks.com
^ Mosley, G. (2006) New Thought, Ancient Wisdom: The History and Future of the New Thought Movement. Templeton Foundation Press, 2006. p 136.
^ Gardner, M. (1957) Fads and fallacies in the name of science. Courier Dover Publications, 1957. p 196.
^ Long, M.F. (2006) Self-Suggestion and the New Huna Theory of Mesmerism and Hypnosis. Kessinger Publishing. p 86.
^ a b c Starker, S. (2002) Oracle at the supermarket: The American preoccupation with self-help books. Transaction Publishers. p 22.
^ (2010) Creating Your Reality: A book about life and the indispensable ways to improve it. Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 9781453555514. p 256.
^ Braden, C.S. (1963) Spirits in rebellion: the rise and development of new thought. Southern Methodist University Press. p 493.
^ Vanzant, I. (2008) Tapping the Power Within: A Path to Self-Empowerment for Women. Hay House, Inc. p 283.
^ Lynch, G. (2007) The new spirituality: An introduction to progressive belief in the twenty-first century. I.B.Tauris. 69.
^ (2007) The Prosperity Bible. Penguin. p. 1272.
^ Tumber, C. (2002) American feminism and the birth of new age spirituality: Searching for the higher self, 1875-1915. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 110.
^ Gardner, M. (2010) When You Were a Tadpole and I Was a Fish: And Other Speculations About This and That. Macmillan. p. 49.
^ Brown, H.H. (1903) Now Folk, 1903. p 51. New thought primer, origin, history and principles of the movement: A lesson in soul culture.
^ a b Goldwag, A. (2007) Isms and Ologies: All the Movements, Ideologies and Doctrines That Have Shaped Our World. Random House Digital, Inc.. p 303.
^ Williamson, M. (1996) A return to love: Reflections on the principles of a Course in miracles. HarperCollins. p 309.
^ Goldberg, P. (2010) American Veda: From Emerson and the Beatles to Yoga and Meditation How Indian Spirituality Changed the West. Random House Digital, Inc.
^ Tom Zender and James Cummins (2010). God Goes to Work: New Thought Paths to Prosperity and Profits. John Wiley & Sons.