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About Lucille Cederdrans

April 4, 1921 – June 21, 1984

Little is known of Lucille Cedercrans private life, however her work covering a period of approximately 12 years, from 1951 to 1963, was recognized by many disciples. Then as now, her works continue to be taught and respected.

Lucille traveled extensively throughout her life, teaching in response to a powerful inner calling. While it is known that she wanted her work to be passed on to those who would be attracted to its frequency, and who would apply its ideals, her intent was never to create an organization or institution.
The essential purpose of her major teaching, The Nature of the Soul, comprised of 40 lessons, was to develop the soul-mind alignment through a progressive series of meditation exercises and practices. The emphasis was on “learning through application” rather than study.
Some of the lessons were written by Lucille, others were transcribed oral presentations as she was holding an alignment with the New Thought-Form Presentation of the Wisdom.
Lucille Cedercrans taught and inspired many with her vision and life dedication. The application of her teachings will be her legacy among the Ashram.
The seeds of the Will, the Wisdom and the Light, sowed and cared for in the soul of the disciples, will produce fruit in all seekers. They will then blossom to become leaders, dedicated to the love and service of humanity, as was Lucille Cedercrans.

The Works of Lucille Cedercrans:

The Nature of the Soul
Teacher Training
Advanced Teacher Training
The Soul and it’s Instrument
Creative Thinking
Disciple and Economy
Leadership Training
Ashramic Projections
Applied Wisdom

The Nature of the Soul is an original work of Lucille Cedercrans.
Every effort has been made to respect and preserve the integrity of the author.

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