In a recent issue a reference is made to Christian Science...

Tewksbury (England) Register and Gazette

In a recent issue a reference is made to Christian Science in the article, "Talks on Health, by a Family Doctor," in which the author is represented as saying, "Do not wait to be cured by the suggestive powers of Christian Science or mesmerism." The writer has apparently innocently fallen into a grave mistake in his conception of the rudiments of Christian Science when he connects it with mesmerism or suggestion. Neither of these occult arts comes into the practice of Christian Science, rather does Christian Science free the individual from all forms of mental control or manipulation.

The practice of Christian Science in the healing of disease relies solely on the understanding that there is no power operative to heal and cure except the divine Mind, which is always and everywhere available for good only. On the extent to which this is understood and practiced, alone depends all the good coming to mankind through Christian Science.

February 14, 1920
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