Thomas Troward is arguably the most important writer in New Thought History. He has influenced countless other writers because his insight is so clear and informed with compassion. His books include:
Although he was Her Majesty's Assistant Commissioner and later Divisional Judge of the North Indian Punjab from 1869 until his retirement in 1896, one will notice that Thomas Troward was not given to puffery and his books are simply signed Thomas Troward.
Troward's work has had a profound effect in the field of metaphysics, in particular that of the New Thought Movement.
Troward's only Student, Genevieve Behrend, extended this legacy and her work Your Invisible Power, along with Troward's work deeply influenced Divine Science Minister Ernest Holmes who eventually wrote the book Science of Mind which became the foundation for the Religious Science denominations of New Thought.
Troward's teachings are regularly taught in Science of Mind classes.