The Spiritual Writings – H. Emilie Cady
Harriet Emilie Cady was an homeopathic physician and a leader of the New Thought movement. She wrote some of the foundation texts of the Unity Church and this book contains her most important writings, e.g. Finding The Christ In Ourselves, Neither Do I Condemn Thee, In His Name, Loose Him And Let Him Go, All Sufficiency In All Things, God’s Hand, If Thou Knewest, Lessons In Truth and many other texts.
The Spiritual Writings.
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Spiritual development and writing career of H. Emilie Cady (from Wikipedia):
Introduced to the teachings of Albert Benjamin Simpson, Cady became deeply involved in spiritual and metaphysical studies. She was inspired and influenced by Biblical teachings and the philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson. She was taught by Emma Curtis Hopkins, the New Thought „teacher of teachers“ and a student of Christian Science and Mary Baker Eddy.
Cady associated with several prominent figures in the New Thought movement of the time, including: Emma Curtis Hopkins, Divine Science minister Emmet Fox, Ernest Holmes, founder of Religious Science, and Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, co-founders of Unity Church. Finding The Christ in Ourselves, a pamphlet she had written and sent unsolicited to Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, was published by them in the October 1891 issue of Thought. Beginning in 1892, a series of articles titled Lessons in Truth by Dr. Cady were published in Unity magazine. This material later was compiled into a book and was the first book Unity published.
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