"THE MOUNTING SENSE"—TRUE RESURRECTION

"The mounting sense gathers fresh forms and strange fire from the ashes of dissolving self, and drops the world." So writes Mary Baker Eddy on page 1 of "Miscellaneous Writings." Two distinct questions may arrest the reader's thought: What is this mounting sense? and, What is the sense of self that must be reduced to ashes?

True consciousness is divine and is individualized in man. In the degree this fact is understood one is enabled to ascend to the mount of revelation, where the true selfhood of man as spiritual and perfect is seen. But before human consciousness is ready to behold this healing Christ, or true idea of God and man, it must renounce its faith in a material creation with its false material sense evidence. In the measure that this is done, thought mounts to its native atmosphere of peace, joy, and freedom.

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