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Henry Wood (18341909) can be described as one of the pioneers of the New Thought movement, even though he was neither a minister nor the founder of a church or center. A successful businessman and author, Wood was forced by ill health to retire. He somehow came across the principles later known as New Thought, was healed, and sought to help others learn to heal themselves. He was one of the founders of the Metaphysical Club and at one time served as its president. Wood, along with Horatio W. Dresser, was one of two New Thought authors specifically singled out for praise by William James in his Varieties of Religious Experience . The present volume is based on a long series of weekly columns commenting on Wood's thought over the course of ten books. It includes the Suggestions and Meditations from Wood's flagship work, Ideal Suggestion Through Mental Photography , and the Suggestive Lessons from The New Thought Simplified .