Christian Science does not teach any use of the so-called...

The Gate City

Christian Science does not teach any use of the so-called human mind,—suggestion, mesmerism, hypnotism, occultism, spiritualism, or any degree or measure of so-called mental influence. Its statement to the human mind is the still, small voice of Truth, which reveals God as Spirit and His child as spiritual, and hence immune from all beliefs of evil.

It is a mistake to say that Christian Science teaches that "realization and affirmation" are effective "up to a certain point in creating or bringing into manifestation desirable conditions." Let us see. An affirmation may be either true or false. A liar intending to deceive may make an affirmation of falsehood. The ignorant may unwittingly affirm error as truth. Is it not evident that the sole potency of an affirmation lies in the truth of the affirmation?

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