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Healing of RSI   Leave a comment

The members of the Christian Science community in Canberra share their experiences and thoughts on Christian Science:

A few months ago, I found I was struggling with a painful strained wrist.  I believed it to be RSI or Repetitive Strain Injury.  This seemed so bad that I was having great difficulty fulfilling everyday essential tasks.

I asked help from my sister who is a Christian Science practitioner in England.  A Christian Science practitioner is someone who devotes their life to helping others through prayer – a spiritual healer.

When my sister later looked up RSI on the internet, she was amused by one definition that came up as ‘Relative Strength Indicator’ relating to the stock market. …a rather less intimidating definition!

She referred me to hymn 350 from the Christian Science Hymnal, which tells me in part:

Through the love of God our Saviour
All will be well; …

While His truth we are applying,
And upon His love relying,
God is every need supplying,
All, all is well.

Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy is the textbook of Christian Science.  It was written to teach readers how to heal spiritually.  I keep a little notebook of citations from it that I find helpful.  On this occasion these were some of the ideas that helped me:


Let us feel the divine energy of Spirit, bringing us into newness of life and recognizing no mortal nor material power as able to destroy (p249).

Consciousness, as well as action, is governed by Mind, – is in God, … (p480).

All that God imparts moves in accord with Him, reflecting goodness and power (p515).

Constant toil, deprivations, exposures, and all untoward conditions, if without sin, can be experienced without suffering. Whatever it is your duty to do, you can do without harm to yourself. If you sprain the muscles or wound the flesh, your remedy is at hand.  Mind decides whether or not the flesh shall be discolored, painful, swollen, and inflamed (385).

I was grateful to have the extra time staying at home to study and grow.

In a month or so there was much improvement – so much so that it was no longer uppermost in my thought and then it disappeared without further notice!

I am so grateful for all that Christian Science has given me, and for my sister’s patient care.

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