Emma Curtis Hopkins

 Emma Curtis Hopkins was a new thought healer, theologian, teacher, and writer who actively ordained women for ministerial positions through her theological seminary, which came to be known as the Theological Seminary of Chicago. Emma Curtis Hopkins was called the "teacher of teachers" because a number of her students went on to found their own churches or to become prominent in the New Thought Movement. She was not only a teacher of teachers. From every walk of life, authors, artists, preachers, homemakers-came to her for instruction and she touched them with the quickening power of her illumined soul.

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Allows you to understand the Self and Speak your Truth

Speak the Truth and Set Yourself Free.

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There Is Good For Me

And I Ought to Have It.

"The secret of success is the everlasting expectancy"

This tribute was paid to Emma in Unity (1925): "Her brilliance of mind and spirit was so marked that the very few could follow in her metaphysical flights, yet she had marked power in quickening spirituality in her students." (Scientific Mental Christian Practice, 1958).