Your Invisible Power

Read by Algy Pug

(4.5 stars; 3149 reviews)

Genevieve Behrend was a teacher of Mental Science, a New Thought discipline created by Thomas Troward (1847- 1916). Your Invisible Power, published in 1921, is her first and most famous book. It is a guide to the use of visualization and other mental processes in life enhancement and the achievement of personal goals. (Summary by Algy Pug) (1 hr 40 min)


(3 stars)

So I was really enjoying this, till about chapter 13 or so. it started getting very religious text heavy, and eventually became too easy to discount due to the weight of the fallacies. it went from manifesting destiny though visualization, to asking some Devine entity permission to walk in their tired predictable, questionable footsteps. If you choose to read it and wish to retain your individual sense of worth and abilities, listen up to about the teens. Once you feel like you are being indoctrinated by a cult, move on to something else.

Timeless wisdom

(4 stars)

Timeless wisdom for the ages. As I read this I could see how almost a century later, the precepts captured by Behrend have been built upon and regurgitated in hundreds of texts all over the world.

Absolutely Marvelous Study

(5 stars)

This is exactly what I've been looking for for a while now. This in-depth study satiated my desire to ruly understand the thought process of visualization, using intuition, and following the order of God set for mankind. Simply marvelous work, and well read!u

(5 stars)

Very insightful book. Note that if you are not a Christian you may not find some of the material in this book completely relatable, which is fine. I believe there’s still something to be gained from this book.

Great content ❤

(5 stars)

The Science + Religious beliefs makes this book perfect. I'm not Christian but I can think in term of my religion and my beliefs. This is kind of study that is abondoned by our education system. "If you tell them what to do, also tell them why to do". We are being told that Think Positive but they don't tell us why. This book is the answer.

(3 stars)

The teachings in the begging are very compelling and logically motivated. I had no trouble flying through them and would again. However as you continue on the text becomes very very religous, which is fine except that the magic and awe inspiring ideas become more and more, because the bible says so. It is amazing, and then utterly dissapointing.

Great reader, pointless book

(3 stars)

The reader does a great job. When it comes to the book, I think most people would do better to go directly to the Qur'an, Bible or whatever more direct source of divine wisdom suits you instead of taking the long way trough this watered down and somewhat confusing sample of it.

interesting Read

(5 stars)

This author was not in my list of books recommended but I feel that was in error. I feel I reaped a few nuggets of wisdom and would recommend this book to others seeking a different perspective on the law of attraction.