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by Dorothy Elder

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This is a biographical account of a teacher, minister, and leader in the metaphysical movement who inspired, healed and taught her students and followers for 37 years in our nation's capitol. The material included was the result of several hours of interviews by the author. Dr. Faus was a leader in the International New Thought Alliance for years, and her teaching and friendship with many of the leaders in that movement continued between 1932 to 1969 to her retirement. Grace' influence went far and wide as she touched with the leaders of that time: Dr. Erwin Gregg, Nona Brooks, Vitvan, Sri Deva Ram Sukul, Walter Russell, Edyth Armstrong Hoyt, and many other teachers who were leaders in the metaphysical/mystical movement of those years. This book is a history of the New Thought Movement and also a history of women in the movement. Grace Faus' central devotion was teaching and healing through her consciousness. Dr. Faus' memorial was celebrated for one whose lifetime was one of love, healing, and service. It took place August 1988 in Colorado, her retirement home.

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