It is generally agreed that the New Thought Philosophy originated with the ideas of Phineas Quimby, an inventor, clockmaker, mesmerist and healer who was born in 1802 in Lebanon, New Hampshire – a son of a blacksmith. Although he never coined the name "New Thought" (sometimes referred to as "Higher Thought"), he developed a belief system based on the idea that illness was a manifestation of erroneous beliefs. The trouble is in the mind, for the body is only the house for the mind to dwell in [...] Therefore, if your mind had been deceived by some invisible enemy into a belief, you have put it into the form of a disease, with or without your knowledge. By my theory or truth, I come in contact with your enemy, and restore you to health and happiness. This I do partly mentally, and partly by talking till I correct the wrong impression and establish the Truth, and the Truth is the cure
You are living the absolute most abundant life you can imagine! Does it mean that you are living your vision? Not necessarily ... "Why not?," you may ask. One answer is, that perhaps, you have not yet expanded your imagination enough to encompass your vision. However, its highly likely that you are getting closer and closer - especially if you see yourself as a full-fledged student of "The Law of Abundance "
The Law Of Attraction (LOA) is a New Thought concept that has captured the interest of many people. Today there is simply no way of not coming across personal development material making a reference to it – especially, if you are currently and actively pursuing some kind of goal or success in your life
When it comes to New Thought philosophy, a lot of people hear about “manifestation” and immediately recall every science fiction or horror movie they have ever seen – a ghost dramatically appearing in front of a scared teenager; or an object appearing out of nowhere, as if by magic. This leads people to ridicule the idea as soon as they hear about it