How do we learn? What is learning? Are there natural or imposed barriers that obstruct the learning process? Apart from their relevance to students of behavioral psychology, these questions, when answered correctly, determine the success of anyone involved in learning situations. But correct answers can be found not so much in terms of material evidence gained in clinical situations as through the spiritually scientific understanding of divine Mind and its idea, man, as presented in Christian Science.
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