MATERIALS SOURCE: The Science of Mind (1938): Healing is accomplished through the act of setting the Subjective Law in motion. The more spiritual or Godlike the mentality of the practitioner, the more powerful the treatment. (p. 178.5)
How to Use the Science of Mind (1948): This does not mean that the practitioner assumes the responsibility for the healing. What he assumes is the obligation to do his work earnestly, sincerely, and with deep conviction. His consciousness is active in knowing the spiritual truth about his patient. The responsibility of the healing is in the principle he uses. The obligation to use the principle intelligently belongs to the practitioner. (p. 96.2) Living the Science of Mind (1984): The mind which makes the request is the Mind which fulfills the desire, since there is but One Mind. If the practitioner can bear in mind that what he is destroying is belief, he will do well. (p. 281.2)
Living the Science of Mind (1984): Thought alone can reverse thought, thought alone can handle thought, and only thought can demonstrate over that which is a result of thought. Therefore, the mental practitioner theoretically resolves everything into Mind and proceeds upon the basis that Mind is form, or takes form, and that the form which it takes is still Mind. Our work is done in the realm of Mind alone. (p. 296.4)
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