RELAXATION FROM PHYSICAL STRAIN

Among the errors that cause strain or tension are fear and worry arising from the belief of limited resources, inability to meet obligations, or lack of time to perform assignments of the day-by-day experience. Then, too, fear of sickness in some form, of uncertainty over family or business relations, and of untoward conditions that demand consideration and adjustment is a contributing factor in bringing on mental and therefore physical disturbances.

Since God and man coexist as Father and son, Principle and idea, cause and effect, and since like produces like, man must be perfect because God is perfect. As authority for this, we find in the very first chapter of the Bible the statement (verses 26, 31): "God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. ... And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good." Because weariness and strain, disease and distress, and all other manifestations of evil are not of God and have no abiding place in divine Principle, they cannot be reflected by God's perfect expression, man.

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