TWO QUICK HEALINGS

This past winter, I noticed that a mole on my shoulder had begun to enlarge. I'd heard over the years from both friends and various media sources that such a change could be potentially dangerous, and, if not attended to by a physician, could develop into some kind of disease.

This concerned me at first, but I quickly put into practice what I call my "one-two punch." In my practice of Christian Science, I specifically deny whatever discord—or error—is confronting me on the basis that only good can come from God. Then I affirm the specific spiritual ideas that establish what is real and true about me. Science and Health clearly sets out this method of healing: "To heal by argument, find the type of the ailment, get its name, and array your mental plea against the physical. Argue at first mentally, not audibly, that the patient [me, in this case] has no disease, and conform the argument so as to destroy the evidence of disease. Mentally insist that harmony is the fact, and that sickness is a temporal dream. Realize the presence of health and the fact of harmonious being, until the body corresponds with the normal conditions of health and harmony" (p. 412).

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