Overcoming the Belief of Recurrence

One of the common and persistent arguments of error is that it can return. Perhaps one has considered himself healed of a specific difficulty, physical or otherwise, and then it reappears to plague him. His reaction may be one of frustration or even of bitterness. He may cry out: "I thought that I was healed, but here it is again. Why does it come back to torment me?"

How can one overcome this belief of recurrence and free himself once and for all from a particular manifestation of error?

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