It is not possible to state in adequate terms the change which takes place in the consciousness of an individual when once the glorious light of Christian Science has shone upon him, and when it is given a place in his consciousness where it may continue to shine. This change is not confined merely to the opinions and beliefs which might be classed as his own, that is, what he himself once believed, but it is found that he no longer holds or consents to the beliefs entertained by the majority of persons with whom he comes in contact.
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