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The Creative Process

The Creative Process

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The author scientifically explains the sequence of creative action, from the first beginnings of life through the event of the race to the necessity to the current day - the perfect realization of the divine right of creation. The information of oneself, made within the likeness of the good creative power and essentially sharing in that power to form what is smart, will open up a beautiful vista of potentialities to all who follow unerringly the law of their own being.
The author scientifically explains the sequence of creative action, from the first beginnings of life through the event of the race to the necessity to the current day - the perfect realization of the divine right of creation. The information of oneself, made within the likeness of the good creative power and essentially sharing in that power to form what is smart, will open up a beautiful vista of potentialities to all who follow unerringly the law of their own being.

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Published by: Santosh Ramachandran on Aug 07, 2010
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 The Creative Process in theIndividual
Thomas Troward
e-Book by:http://www.lovehealthandmoney.com
 
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Table OF CONTENTS
Foreword............................................................................................ p. 3Chapter I - The Starting Point ............................................................ p. 4Chapter II - The Self-Contemplation of Spirit .................................... p. 9Chapter III - The Divine Ideal ............................................................. p. 17Chapter IV - The Manifestation of the Life Principle ......................... p. 22Chapter V - The Personal Factor ......................................................... p. 28Chapter VI - The Standard of Personality ........................................... p. 34Chapter VII - The Denouement of the Creative Process.................... p. 38Chapter VIII - Conclusion ................................................................... p. 53Chapter IX - The Divine Offering ....................................................... p. 57
 
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FOREWORD
IN the present volume I have endeavored to set before the reader the conception of asequence of creative action commencing with the formation of the globe and culminating ina vista of infinite possibilities attainable by everyone who follows up the right line for theirenfoldment.I have endeavored to show that, starting with certain incontrovertible scientific facts, allthese things logically follow, and that therefore, however far these speculations may carryus beyond our past experience, they nowhere break the thread of an intelligible connectionof cause and effect.I do not, however, offer the suggestions here put forward in any other light than that of purely speculative reasoning; nevertheless, no advance in any direction can be made exceptby speculative reasoning going back to the first principles of things which we do know andthence deducing the conditions under which the same principles might be carried furtherand made to produce results hitherto unknown. It is to this method of thought that we oweall the advantages of civilization from matches and post offices to motor-cars andaeroplanes, and we may therefore be encouraged to hope such speculations as the presentmay not be without their ultimate value. Relying on the maxim that Principle is not boundby Precedent we should not limit our expectations of the future; and if our specula-tionslead us to the conclusion that we have reached a point where we are not only able, but also
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, by the law of our own being, to take a more active part in our personal evolutionthan heretofore, this discovery will afford us a new out-look upon life and widen our horizonwith fresh interests and brightening hopes.If the thoughts here suggested should help any reader to clear some mental obstacles fromhis path the writer will feel that he has not written to no purpose. Only each reader mustthink out these suggestions for himself. No writer or lecturer can convey an idea into theminds of his audience. He can only put it before them, and what they will make of itdepends entirely upon themselves assimilation is a process which no one can carry out forus.To the kindness of my readers on both sides of the Atlantic, and in Australia and NewZealand, I commend this little volume, not, indeed, without a deep sense of its manyshortcomings, but at the same time encouraged by the generous indulgence extended to myprevious books.
T.T (June, 1910.)

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