Way out in front

Avant-garde: "new and unconventional; vanguard; ahead of its time." In the arts, avant-garde ideas pump the life-blood of progress. But in the field of religion, new ideas crawl toward the light, usually for centuries, bringing few if any changes.

But about 100 years ago something revolutionary happened. A New England woman—a contemporary and neighbor of the most radical thinkers of her day, the Transcendentalists—made a discovery that redefined reality and set the course for individual transformation not practiced systematically since the time of Jesus.

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