How We Perceive Ourselves is Vital to the Quality of Our Experience … Who Do You Think You Are?   Leave a comment

shutterstock_154401065Recently I was reminded of the statement from the book of Proverbs:  “As he thinketh in his heart, so is he.”   This set me to questioning my innermost thoughts. Who do I think I am? …New SH (2)

When answering the question “Who do I think I am?” correct reasoning is vital.  Starting from the premise that existence is entirely spiritual we can come to know in our heart who we really are (and who we are not).  This understanding brings healing.  Read more …

 

This article, Who Do You Think You Are? by Mary-Louise Collins was originally published in the Christian Science Journal.  It can now be accessed through JHS-online.  In it Mary-Louise describes the spiritual reasoning that led to her gaining freedom from pain and ill-health.  Through her study of the book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, she gained a deeper understanding of her true spiritual identity and this brought physical and emotional peace and a lasting joy.

Click here to purchase a copy of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.

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