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Spiritual Feeling

From the March 1975 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Much of our life is concerned with feeling. We may feel happy or melancholy, at ease or very uncomfortable. We may believe we are unfeeling or indifferent toward others, or that we suffer from this attitude in some of our fellows.

Far more significantly, we might believe that we're beginning to feel the divine realities of being (the actuality of God's omnipotence and man's dominion, say) or that we've never felt them. Christian Science brings clarifying insights to the nature of feeling.

Science explains that the divine Mind, God, is our only Mind. This Mind is the source of all reality and action. Only what Mind sees, hears, and feels is really true. Science stresses that Mind sees and feels only its own infiniteness and purity. "Science declares that Mind, not matter, sees, hears, feels, speaks. Whatever contradicts this statement is the false sense, which ever betrays mortals into sickness, sin, and death," Science and Health, p. 485; Mrs. Eddy states.

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