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Few adults have taken the time to exercise and develop the imagination like Genevieve Behrend. She was the only protege of Thomas Troward. Much of her writing is a practical distillation of his works.

Whether you are reading Your Invisible Power for the first time or are a veteran, the application of the principles is where the fun lies. Report back to your group (or here in the comments) the kinds of things you’ve done now that you are more aware of how to activate your imagination.

Here are five thought questions that you and your book club will want to explore as you read.

  • What analogy does Genevieve use to help the reader focus the imagination?
  • What statement in the book is the most difficult for your to understand?
  • What does your imagination function like?
  • How can you create a habit of exercising the imagination like she describes?
  • How long did it take you to start seeing results?

Please post comments or questions below.  Get your book group started or join in ours with the free downloads on the buildabookclub.com resources page.  Here is a digital version for you to enjoy right now: YourInvisiblePower

In friendship,

Lori L. Barr, M. D.

Vice President, MindTamers

One Response to “February 2010 Book Club Selection Genevieve Behrend Your Invisible Power”

  1. Genial brief and this post helped me alot in my college assignement. Gratefulness you for your information.

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