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    For those who love this Prayer and want to have a fuller understanding of its rich meaning and importance, this Association address will be very highly valued. In this newly re-mastered audio recording, John Hargreaves examines each sentence of this prayer in depth in the light of the teachings of Christian Science. The insights presented lift thought to true at-one-ment with God and strengthen spiritual sense and reasoning. Available as two CDs or as an audio download.

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    This edition includes 25 papers (and all previous supplements) given by Mrs. Henty over a number of years to Christian Science Associations. The Foreword, written by her sister, includes an account of Mrs. Henty’s first learning of Christian Science, and her subsequent remarkable healing.

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    Crown of Rejoicing is a collection of  32 letters from a file John kept over the years. Each one contains special metaphysical points he felt might otherwise be lost, and which he held as scientifically significant.

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    Back in Print! This unique three-volume collection of Dr. de Lange’s Association addresses is very valuable for readers who are interested in understanding how Christian Science relates to individual experience as well as the experience of the global community.

    The new eBook edition includes all three volumes – 22 addresses from 1936 to 1957.

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    John was asked frequently by patients and friends to discuss with them the 24 questions and answers that comprise the chapter “Recapitulation” in Science and Health.  This book arises from the countless talks with those with whom he has had contact, in the course of which he suggested pointers that might help individual study.  This book collects the insights that proved to be inspiring and helpful to those asking for him to share his perspectives based on his in-depth study of Mrs. Eddy’s writings.

    Paperback edition.

    We have a few limited edition hard back copies in the UK. If you would like to order one please contact Kate at admin@mulberrypress.com

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    Mary Baker Eddy says that Revelation is “the acme of this Science as the Bible reveals it” (S&H 577:30). Study Notes is a 42-page guide, written from the perspective of absolute Christian Science and based on the King James Version of the Bible.

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    For those who love this Prayer and want to have a fuller understanding of its rich meaning and importance, this Association address, presented here as a booklet and in eBook form, will be very highly valued. John examines each sentence of this prayer in depth in the light of the teachings of Christian Science. The insights presented lift thought to true at-one-ment with God and strengthen spiritual sense and reasoning.

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    Some years ago John Hargreaves agreed to share his extemporaneous thoughts in response to 24 questions during a two-day interview recorded in Carmel.

    This transcript reveals John’s lifelong scholarship and altitude of thought. He was fluent in several languages, including Russian, German and Latin. He was a serious student of history with an understanding of both the details and grand sweep of the centuries. His books and articles on business and technology topics, written before he took up the practice, were also highly regarded in many countries, as was his poetry he shared with friends.

    No subject, however, engaged his devoted scholarship and enthusiasm as did Christian Science and the Science of Being. John pored over and absorbed all of Mary Baker Eddy’s writings and thus was able to bring to every discussion an entirely faithful and complete understanding of her discovery. While he greatly enjoyed sharing views with scholars, experts and leaders around the world on wide-ranging topics related to spirituality, he was always alert to correct misstatements or distortions wrongly attributed to Mrs. Eddy.

    John’s comments in this informal interview have been organized to provide the listener with a logical flow of ideas starting with some fundamental perspectives on God and man. These are followed by his comments on practice and healing, insights on church and the study of Christian Science, and finally, his thoughts on some of the greater issues so important today.

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    The Divine Idea and The Human Concept, makes a clear distinction between these two mental concepts. The divine idea is God’s concept of anything. It is constituted of and remains in the divine Mind. The human concept of something is the misconception of the true idea seen through the lens of the so-called human mind. It has no inherent truth or substance but is an aberration of true substance. Far from being an alternative to the divine idea, it is the divine idea misconceived, and it is in this misconception that every problem of mankind is to be found.

    Animal magnetism, or whatever names one likes to give to assertive, evil suggestion, would attempt to bring thought down from the altitude of Mind’s idea to the level of demonstration and experience as a human concept. This is why we read that “the human concept antagonises the divine.” (Mis. 309:23) The apparent result is a departure from Divine Science into a wholly illusory and mythical realm of human belief, a realm covered in Science and Health in the chapter on Spiritualism.

    That the human concept is always erroneous, even though sometimes beautiful, and never something in its own right, is the reason it can only disappear. It cannot be improved. The importance of not being taken in by the sometimes alluring pictures of the human mind is fundamental if the purity of Divine Science is to be retained.

    In Thy Light, based on an extemporary talk given at a seminar, the mode of Christian Science Mind-healing is discussed. While from one standpoint, it would appear that the healing and redemptive phenomena of Christian Science are the result of Truth doing something to a human situation, from a higher standpoint this is not so. The one constant is the light of divine understanding which outshines and effaces the shadows of sin, sickness, and death without being aware of them.

    Students who regard Christian Science primarily as a healing religion, rather than a divine revelation, tend to try and bring Truth into the focus of human problems, and find this increasingly difficult. Thus their prayer is liable to remain in the realm of mental science where a so-called human mind is involved. They have ignored the fundamental command: “We must leave the mortal basis of belief and unite with the one Mind.” (S+H 424:6-7) Then they wonder why healing evades their most conscientious efforts.

    This paper shows the need to make the state of perfection, and the oneness and allness of the divine Mind — the light in which there is no darkness — our starting point rather than just the goal.

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    In this 35-page booklet, John’s essays explore two key questions.  In “Individuality”, he considers, “Who am I?” which is of importance to everyone. He thoughtfully exposes how the definition that personal sense has of individuality robs the student of his or her real identity and “individualized infinite power”. He goes on to show how “the breakthrough comes when we cease to consider God, man and the universe from any standpoint but that of the Mind that is God…”  John elaborates on the point that “we must begin by enquiring into the nature of God’s individuality — His indivisibility, oneness, integrity, pre-eminence, infinitude, and distinction in expressing Himself as all the grandeur of being.”  This essay provides an inspiring opportunity for the reader to peel away layers of misty beliefs about “individuality” and clarify in thought exactly “who I am”.  It is a marvelous treatment to get “person” and “personal sense” out of the way.

    In the second essay, “The Universal Nature of Church and Man”, John addresses the question, “So what does it mean to let thought rest upon and proceed from Principle?”  Again here, he shows the fallacy of reasoning from the five physical senses and how personal sense undermines spiritual clarity and reasoning.  He then focuses on the key point of the essay, that “because church and man are really synonymous in a scientific sense, it follows that what we are accepting as man also determines what we experience as church.”  If we accept man as personal sense, then we also accept ‘church’ as a “collectivity of human men and women, with personal minds and lives” and invite “the possibility of these minds’ and lives’ warring, dissenting, dominating or being dominated” and so forth. In this essay, John discusses how man and church reflect the universal nature of Truth and Love, the oneness of divine Mind.  The reader gains great clarity to identify the many ways personal sense tempts one to see church for all the things it is not instead of what it divinely is.

    As always, in these essays John carefully documents all his statements with citations from Science and Health and Mrs. Eddy’s other writings.  In this respect, these essays bring to light a wide range of Mrs. Eddy’s most important insights from many of her writings.

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    Many readers feel this is John’s most remarkable writing. This presents a distillation and synthesis of the ideas included in John’s many Association addresses and other writings. One theme of the book is that the study of Christian Science can only be perceived from a totally new framework of perception as Science and Health says, “The divine Principle of the universe must interpret the universe.” (272:28-29)

    New paperback edition. 347 pages plus 19 page index with nearly 700 entries (new to this edition). Available without index as an eBook.

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    The Scientifically Spiritual Perspective

    This last full-length book by John Hargreaves provides a wonderful introduction to Christian Science as well as those who are searching for new insights and understanding. John’s writings have brought great joy and help to thousands of readers all over the world.

    Paperback edition. 285 pages.

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    When there appears to be so much upheaval in the world, the need for spiritual clarity is essential. The only true course is to translate everything that appears in a material context back into its original language, Mind.

    Being alert and monitoring thought is our universe.

    From 1996 to 2001, John Hargreaves wrote more than 90 essays providing a metaphysical interpretation of developments around the world and other timely subjects.  These were originally published on the Mulberry Press website and for email subscribers as The Pig Bucket Series, so named for the tradition of keeping a folder of good ideas for later reference.

    Several additional essays, written by those with a keen understanding of Christian Science, were accepted for publication after review.  At the time, none of these essays carried a byline so as to focus the reader on the ideas, not on the author.  We maintain this tradition in the new book.

    It is with great pleasure that Mulberry Press now offers this paperback volume of all 96 essays. These have not been offered in collected book form until now.  All references and citations have been checked for completeness and accuracy.

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    Since 2006, MP has been collecting letters that John sent to those around the world who asked him for CS help.  More than 1,000 letters, written by John over nearly four decades, were provided to us by the recipients.

    After organizing the best, editing out personal references and creating the graphic files for printing, the two-volume paperback set is now shipping.

    We believe readers will conclude that this collection represents some of John’s finest work.  The letters are substantive, insightful and inspiring.  They reflect his total dedication to the writings of Mrs. Eddy and are replete with citations to her work.

    The eBook version includes both volumes.

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    Hendrik de Lange was an outstanding teacher, practitioner and lecturer. This 365-page book presents a unique collection of complete letters and excerpts contributed by students and friends showing the very wide range of situations and states of thought that are embraced in the daily practice of Christian Science.

    This remarkable book is a limited edition and is unlikely to be reprinted. The remaining copies are held in the UK and shipping to the US costs us $20. Customers in Europe can save by ordering directly with Kate at admin@mulberrypress.com.


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    Eleonore and Robert Watrous, were students of and friends with Dr. de Lange.  They compiled two soft cover volumes to share more of his writings.  The first presents 30 of his Articles that were published in the Christian Science Sentinel and the Christian Science Journal. (111 pages)  The second is a collection of Lectures written and delivered by him over more than two decades. (149 pages)

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    In this Association address written and presented by John Hargreaves, he explores the underlying perfection of being which exists and is all.  Anything that does not belong to this reality, to the Science of being, falls into the category of material beliefs that have to disappear.

    This reality, or Science, of being comprises the knowledge of everything that constitutes the entire spectrum of experience, both religious and secular. It follows that the belief that matter, person, or any human concept as the medium for Mind, and every belief that organisation or institution is something in its own right has to yield to the underlying fact of which the human experience is only the symbol.

    However it is important to remember that the apparent yielding of material beliefs to spiritual facts, and the gradual emergence of understanding, only pertains to “the false human sense of that light which shineth in darkness, and the darkness comprehendeth it not.” (Unity of Good 63:9-11)

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    This address was given by John in California in 1993.  The impulsion for conducting this seminar was after studying the article in Miscellany 346 called Mrs. Eddy’s successor where at the end we read: “What remains to lead on the centuries and reveal my successor, is man in the image and likeness of the one Father-Mother God, man the generic term for mankind.”

    In the Christian Science textbook are five references to man as “generic man” and the student of this Science longs to be free of any uncertainties about that term’s true spiritual meaning.  Because human thought emanates only from a supposed standpoint outside infinity, such thought can put forth only its own misconception of man as finite, divided, and separate from his divine source.  The term ‘generic’ means ‘whole; entire.’  These connote indivisibility, and Science reveals man’s nature to be one indivisible whole.

    Here, John explores and develops the scientific fact of man’s nature as both individual and generic, expressed as one essence, one consciousness, one being.

    He makes clear that it is because man’s identity is the idea, or consciousness, of God that the individual and generic nature of man can always be discovered by enquiring into the individual and generic nature of God — His wholeness, all-inclusiveness, universality, and infinite self-containment.  “That which is conscious is not the idea but the Mind whose idea it is.”

    Readers will find this address greatly enlightening, as fundamental Christian Science “illuming the universe with light.”

     

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    The infinite and indivisible nature of God and man requires a totally new assessment of what these terms mean, and an equally total departure from all finite, theological interpretation of either. The terms of reference for Deity (God present as God-manifest) are in such words as allness, oneness, indivisibility, and universality. Mind does not stop being Mind by becoming Mind-manifest. All is Mind being Mind, Life being Life, Love being Love and so on. This ‘all’ constitutes the one Ego and its Ego-man. No personal, divided, finite sense of being entered this all. Man lives as the conscious identity of being — that is, as all that makes Mind conscious of what it is, but this identity if found in Mind only.

    In this booklet, John deals with the oneness of man as the likeness of the oneness of God, and the consequent preclusion of all personal sense. He explores the true meaning of individuality, and exposes the illusory nature of that which appears as a mortal. He describes the only way in which what is termed ‘mankind’ can be improved, and uncovers the essential divinity of all that appears as humanity.

    As a consequence of the indivisibility of good, we find the correlative indivisibility of what is called evil which, in turn, is reduced to illusion, suggestion, and a limited or false viewpoint.

    In this new 2010 printing, the original text has not changed. However, a new comprehensive index has been added.

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    62 pages plus 8 page index, soft cover

    An Association Address given by John Hargreaves. It deals with the subjective nature of all experience and shows that, as thought is kept in constant relation to the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, the experience of universal salvation is itself individual, and does not rest on a conversion of multiplicity of human minds. Since everything reaches us at the point of consciousness, and since we are accepting only the divine Mind as constituting this consciousness, it is “here” and not “over there” that healing and salvation are experienced. This salvation is incidental to an altitude of thought, and not to activities carried out at a human level to try and alter the pictures presented by material sense.

    Two of the booklet chapters are also published in a more recent form in The Christian Science Revolution in Thought by John Hargreaves. This is also available from Mulberry Press. In addition to presenting a complete exploration of this topic, the booklet is a convenient size to take while traveling or to give as a gift to introduce John’s work.

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    John Hargreaves regarded this article, “My Glorious Subjective Universe” as one of his most important long articles.  This elaborates on Mrs. Eddy’s foundational concepts that are essential to the understanding of Christian Science.

    In the article, John focuses on each word of the title and shows that the universe is, here and now, the glorious and subjective experience of the one Mind, the only I or Ego. He explains that, consequent to the understanding of this true state, the problems of mankind are not just alleviated but fade out, and that this fading out of misconception is all there is to what appears as healing.  The article is very direct and easy to understand.

    This 63-page booklet includes the article, “My Glorious Subjective Universe” as well as four others written by John Hargreaves:

    • Man Not a Creator
    • The Grandeur of Universal Goodness
    • For God to Know Is to Be
    • Upon This Rock I Will Build My Church
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    This is a very insightful six-chapter essay, originally given as an Association Address, on the allness of divine Mind and the divine reflection that is the very nature of man.  In Science and Health, Mrs. Eddy writes, “The verity that God’s image is not a creator, though he reflects the creation of Mind, God, constitutes the underlying reality of reflection” (S&H 305:13-15).

    In this booklet John explores the word “reflection” and the image of the mirrored reflection, both of which give rise to misunderstanding. As John explains, reflection can only be understood from the standpoint of its original. Only that which stands in front of the mirror can see the image.

    In the Introduction, he discusses the evolution of thought over the last 300 years up to Mrs. Eddy’s discovery of Christian Science.  He then explores the oneness of God and man and the fact that, “… the only capacity to know belongs to the “all-knowing” Mind.  Man, or reflection, is not a knower.”  He builds on the theme that “That which constitutes yourself has to be Mind knowing itself, and nothing else”.

    • Chapter 1 – Scientific Reflection
    • Chapter 2 – Know Thyself
    • Chapter 3 – Indivisible Reflection
    • Chapter 4 – The Wholeness of Reflection
    • Chapter 5 – The World Stage
    • Chapter 6 – The Restfulness of Reflection

    Only Mind, God, can know man. There is no inherent capacity in image, reflection. Science demands the jettisoning of time-honored attempts to understand reflection from the standpoint of personal sense, and a new and revolutionary outlook in order to see reflection as it is.nbsp;

    One main focus in all of John’s writings is to identify the line of demarcation between personal sense — that can be so subtle and destructive — and the scientific facts of being. His writings uncover the false premises that stand in the way of truly understanding the oneness of Principle and its idea. Additionally, he clarifies how one welcomes in Christ consciousness by jettisoning false beliefs about personal sense and acknowledging divine consciousness as our very being.  John is meticulous about documenting all of his statements with relevant citations from Science and Health and Mrs. Eddy’s other writings.

     

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    In these two complementary essays, John Hargreaves explores the idea of Principle’s divine government.  Based on an Address written and given by John in California, he examines the theme that, “In divine Science, God is One and All; and, governing Himself, He governs the universe” (Miscellaneous Writings 258:13-15).

    The understanding that individual self-government by Principle precludes the accepted belief that persons govern national, church, or individual affairs, and brings freedom from personal control, allegiance, and direction. As John writes in this booklet:

    “It is tempting, when we might think that kings or emperors are not doing their job as we would wish, to want to change them. But there is no emperor. There is no government from outside. Man is responsible only to his Maker. He does not turn to an outside potentate nor revolt against it. He does not try to exchange bad mortals for good ones. That would just be tinkering with the dream. Man has no Mind but God, and has no capacity to know or be aware other than as the divine Mind itself. There is one Mind and man is Mind-manifest.”

     

     

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    In 1999, John Hargreaves was invited to present insights on Christian Science to a seminar in Los Angeles. John’s remarks were intended to stimulate discussion in each of the seven sessions.

    He starts with an explanation of Christian Science as a “new perspective” rather than a religion and challenges thought to leave the old goalposts of educated beliefs or conventional perception and religion. He takes each of the next six subjects — including “Church” and “Christian Science Mind-Healing” — to reveal the truth of these ideas as seen from this new perspective.

    The progressive unfolding of what IS, is not a factor of an improved material sense of things but IS the divine Mind shining through the mists of ignorance, melting them and revealing a clearer, freer, happier and healthier awareness of what already exists as Mind’s idea.

    John’s remarks at the seminar are published for the first time in this booklet, except for the remarks for Sessions 5 and 6, which are also published in Monitoring My Universe in separate articles by the same names.

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    The infinite and indivisible nature of God and man requires a totally new assessment of what these terms mean, and an equally total departure from all finite, theological interpretation of either. The terms of reference for Deity (God present as God-manifest) are in such words as allness, oneness, indivisibility, and universality. Mind does not stop being Mind by becoming Mind-manifest. All is Mind being Mind, Life being Life, Love being Love and so on. This ‘all’ constitutes the one Ego and its Ego-man. No personal, divided, finite sense of being entered this all. Man lives as the conscious identity of being — that is, as all that makes Mind conscious of what it is, but this identity if found in Mind only.

    In this reading, John deals with the oneness of man as the likeness of the oneness of God, and the consequent preclusion of all personal sense. He explores the true meaning of individuality, and exposes the illusory nature of that which appears as a mortal. He describes the only way in which what is termed ‘mankind’ can be improved, and uncovers the essential divinity of all that appears as humanity.

    As a consequence of the indivisibility of good, we find the correlative indivisibility of what is called evil which, in turn, is reduced to illusion, suggestion, and a limited or false viewpoint.

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    This is a very insightful six-chapter essay, originally given as an Association Address, on the allness of divine Mind and the divine reflection that is the very nature of man.  In Science and Health, Mrs. Eddy writes, “The verity that God’s image is not a creator, though he reflects the creation of Mind, God, constitutes the underlying reality of reflection” (S&H 305:13-15).

    In his reading of the essay John explores the word “reflection” and the image of the mirrored reflection, both of which give rise to misunderstanding. As John explains, reflection can only be understood from the standpoint of its original. Only that which stands in front of the mirror can see the image.

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    John Hargreaves regarded this article, “My Glorious Subjective Universe” as one of his most important long articles.  This elaborates on Mrs. Eddy’s foundational concepts that are essential to the understanding of Christian Science.

    In this reading, John focuses on each word of the title and shows that the universe is, here and now, the glorious and subjective experience of the one Mind, the only I or Ego. He explains that, consequent to the understanding of this true state, the problems of mankind are not just alleviated but fade out, and that this fading out of misconception is all there is to what appears as healing.  The article is very direct and easy to understand.

     

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    This audio program by John Hargreaves, is based on the chapter in his book, The Christian Science Revolution in Thought.

    Church Universal and Triumphant

    The one Church is defined in part as “the structure of Truth and Love”. This structure of thought “rests upon and proceeds from divine Principle”. Nothing proceeds from this divine Principle but the divine Mind’s own thought, and so the only church is a spiritually mental structure, consisting not of persons with personal minds, but thought that proceeds from the Principle, or first cause of the universe. In this sense it would be correct to say that the terms “Church” and “man” are really synonymous.

    This talk is especially meaningful for those who are concerned about events today that seem to point toward a diminishment of “Church” when church seems to be needed more than ever. As always, John’s insights are firmly based on the Bible and Mrs. Eddy’s writings.

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    John Hargreaves reads these chapters from The Christian Science Revolution in Thought which are presented on one CD or as an audio download in MP3 format.

    The Christ Treatment

    All metaphysical treatment starts and stays with the fact that the infinite is one, not two. The parable of the Prodigal illustrates the basic mistake of believing in two sons, two kinds of man, two sorts of anything. It is this divided sense of life that takes man into a far country. The Father, or divine Principle, of man knows no duality, since man consists of God’s thoughts, and thoughts cannot escape or deviate from the Mind that thinks them. True “treatment”, therefore, does not work about problems but sees the spiritual fact in their place. Only thus do problems fade out.

    Thy Son Liveth

    Taking the story of the nobleman whose son was healed by Jesus, we see that the human longing to bring Truth down to a material condition, in order to do something to it, has to yield to the understanding that the only Son, the only consciousness, the only state of being, lives as total wholeness, completeness, and harmony now. It is the affirmation of the spiritual fact that heals and not the attempt to do something about a material condition. We do not ask, What can I do? but ” What are the facts?”

     

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    John Hargreaves reads these chapters from The Christian Science Revolution in Thought which are presented on one CD or as an audio download in MP3 format.

    Reflection (30 minutes)
    It is seen that reflection, far from being a separate entity from God, is actually constituted of the Mind that does all the reflecting. Man therefore has no capacity of his own, any more than the image in a mirror, but shows forth all his parent-Mind is knowing and being. Reflection is the spiritually mental activity of the divine Mind. Man is that activity: he is not a reflector.

    The Eyes of Elias (23 minutes)
    Elias is defined in Science and Health in part as “Christian Science with which can be discerned the spiritual fact of whatever the material sense behold.” Since the capacity to discern resides in Mind, and there is nothing to discern but this Mind-manifest, what appears as an inversion of the truth is a wrong perspective, or point of view, and not an alternative to the truth. Spiritual discernment is not engaged in struggle or alternatives.

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    This is a previously unpublished recording of a talk on Christian Science given by John Hargreaves at a public meeting. John begins by suggesting that this is “a chance to think together about some important world issues — issues concerning such things as government and authority, power and revolution.” He begins by painting a picture of the world scene, then follows by looking to the example of the Master Christian “to see what we can learn there.”

    He then looks at what light the teachings of Christian Science throw upon the subject, showing that experience is immune from all forms of hierarchical control and resulting anarchy when thought is realised to be governed by its source, the divine Principle, Mind, and never by persons wielding supposed power or authority. In this talk John tells of the beautiful escape to safety and freedom experienced by a Russian man during World War II.

    This presentation shows that there is no choice between anarchy or self-government by Principle. It challenges the futility of anarchy and leads thought to start with Principle and not person.  Only in this way can true peace and order be realised. Unless the very warring factions of the five senses are dropped and adherence to the laws of the universe obeyed, disorder will seem to continue. But the alternate path is shown in this hour long talk and enables the listener to relinquish the very basis of disorder for the primary laws of harmony that operate as thinking.