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Your Invisible Power: A Presentation of the Mental Science of Thomas Troward
There is little known about her early life except that one of her parents was Scottish. Inspired by this, she wanted to study with Troward, but lacked the money to travel to Cornwall , England where he lived, as she was then living in New York. The 'I', the Idea, must be the only one and primary substance there is, and this means money as well as everything else. From until she studied with Thomas Troward ; Behrend was the only personal student he had throughout his life. After her studies with Troward she founded a New Thought school called The School of the Builders in approximately in New York City, running it herself until