Breaking down mental barriers

"Ski instructors throughout the country are paying more attention this year to the psychological barriers by which skiers, whether beginners, intermediates or even racing pros, are held back." (The New York Times, January 9, 1978.)

"The feats of the gymnast prove that latent mental fears are subdued by him. . . .

"Had Blondin believed it impossible to walk the rope over Niagara's abyss of waters, he could never have done it. His belief that he could do it gave his thought-forces, called muscles, their flexibility and power which the unscientific might attribute to a lubricating oil. His fear must have disappeared before his power of putting resolve into action could appear."Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 199;

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Resist the devil
February 27, 1978

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