INTUITIONS

Mrs. Eddy tells us that spiritual sense "involves intuition" (Science and Health, p. 298). She also explains that this intuition has no relation to mortal and material belief, but is due to spiritual illumination. She says, "Such intuitions reveal whatever constitutes and perpetuates harmony" (p. 85). The dictionaries define intuition as "the perception or recognition of primary truth," this recognition being admittedly independent of sense testimony. It however happens that to most people intuitions are regarded as unusual mental experiences which come as warnings of impending ill, and strangely enough they are seldom associated with the unfoldments of good or of deliverance from evil. One of the poets makes an old Scotch seer say to a highland chieftain:—

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AMONG THE CHURCHES
July 6, 1912
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