On page 472 of the Christian Science...

On page 472 of the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says of error, "It is that which seemeth to be and is not;" and on page 103 she says, "As named in Christian Science, animal magnetism or hypnotism is the specific term for error, or mortal mind." I am very grateful that our Leader has employed a term for error which so impersonalizes it that we can recognize its unreality.

I awoke one night with indigestion. At first mortal mind deceived me into doing nothing about it; then when the discomfort persisted I found myself praying about it as indigestion, as a physical condition. Naturally, such work was unfruitful, and the discomfort continued.

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