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Thursday, September 27, 2018

Treatment is Not Well-Wishing

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A recurring theme these past weeks in our Sunday topic has been the difference between conventional prayer and Spiritual Mind Treatment.

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One of the differences is that Treatment is characterized by knowing the spiritual truth as best we can. In other words, Spiritual Mind Treatment does not typically include requests or wishes. Rather, the one giving the Spiritual Mind Treatment attempts to remember the spiritual truth of their being and about the matter, they are treating. 

For example, I may be experiencing an upset at work with my team, and simultaneously the spiritual truth about me and my team is that we are united through our shared spiritual heritage. I may be experiencing anxiety about an upcoming exam, and simultaneously the spiritual truth about me is that there is a perfect peace at the center of my being. 

I may wish you the best on your journey of learning about Spiritual Mind Treatment and—more powerful—would be for me to know that everything you need to know is available to you through the mind of God within you. 


Edward Viljoen

Author of Ordinary Goodness and The Power of Meditation

Photo by Saad Chaudhry on Unsplash

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