THE CORRECT STARTING POINT FOR TREATMENT

Every Christian Scientist is in a sense a Christian Science practitioner, even though he or she may not be listed in The Christian Science Journal. Such listing signifies that the practitioner gives his or her whole time to public practice. Nevertheless, because Christian Science, in its very essence, is scientific, those who are its students must be, at least to some extent, practicing that which they study, and to that degree they are practitioners.

As with any other subject of study, the student will have small beginnings; and his earliest efforts are likely to be on his own behalf rather than on behalf of others, though even that last statement must be qualified by the comment that there have been many testimonies of healing which have borne witness to the success of the new student. But whether the student is new or experienced, whether he is seeking healing for himself or for another, his treatment must be correct and to this end must start correctly.

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