Cast It Out!

Aware of the great effect one's thinking has upon one's experience, the true Christian Scientist strives earnestly to follow the counsel of Mrs. Eddy, "Stand porter at the door of thought." Science and Health, p. 392; In so doing he joyfully accepts positive, Godlike thoughts and rejects negative, unproductive thoughts as false suggestions.

While good and healthy thoughts are reflected in a happy and healthy human experience, false suggestions often become manifested as a mental or physical disorder. Such a condition is no cause for fear or self-condemnation, however. It is merely an alarm, announcing the seeming presence of that which does not belong to God's man.

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