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Kate Atkinson Boehme

Kate Atkinson Boehme was a New Thought writer whose articles were published in Elizabeth Towne's magazine Nautilus. In 1918 she was associated with the Radiant Center of Philosophy in Atlantic City, New Jersey.[1] Her book New Thought Healing Made Plain was published by Elizabeth Towne in 1918. Some of her books remain in print 100 years after their first publication, and have also been translated into Spanish.

New Thought and Health

Boehme was an advocate of personal wellness through transformative thought. Like her publisher, Elizabeth Towne, she treated New Thought as a philosophy rather than a religion. All of her books dealt to a greater or lesser extent with descriptions of personal experiences of health and healing that she said were achieved by application of New Thought principles.

Published works

In English

  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. The Attainment of Happiness
  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. Mental Healing Made Plain (1904)
  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. New Thought Healing Made Plain (Elizabeth Towne, 1918) (reprinted, Elizabeth Towne, 1923) (reprinted: Sun Pub Co., December 2004, ISBN 0-89540-272-6, ISBN 978-0-89540-272-1)
  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. The Radiant Path to Achievement: How a Miracle of Healing was Done (1917)
  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. Realization Made Easy: For Health, Wealth, Supply, Self-Direction (1916)
  • Boehme, Kate Atkinson. Thinking in the Heart: Ten Lessons in Realization

In Spanish Translation

See also


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