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Love Antidotes Mental Malpractice

From the September 1975 issue of The Christian Science Journal

Must a person suffer from someone else's hateful thinking about him or deliberate attempt to harm him mentally? Must one be victimized by mental malpractice, either unintentional or maliciously directed?

No, Christian Science answers. Willingness to deny the erroneous belief promptly and perseveringly, not ignoring or fearing the suggestion of consciousness apart from God, or good, corrects evil, proving that it has no real power to perpetrate or perpetuate an effect in human experience. One can control his own experience through love and understanding, through right action and realization of Truth.

Mental malpractice is neutralized when one turns unreservedly to divine Love as the source of all true creation, of all true cause and effect.

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