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Just Issued. Lessons in Truth..

By H. Emilie Cady.

Twelve Lessons, written in fascinating manner, which appeal to every denomination of religion. The easy and logical steps with which she takes you along the road hunting your God are not only charming but glorious in their simplicity and clearness.

Paper binding, in ono volumo, 50 conts; cloth, stamped in gold, $1.00.

(No longer issued in three booklets.]

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Unity Tract Society,
· 1315 MoGoo St., Kansas City, Mo.

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UNITY is a hand-book of Practical Christianity and Christian Healing. It sets forth the pure doctrine of Jesus Christ direct from the fountaio-head, “The Holy Spirit, who will lead you into all Truth." It is not the organ of any sect, but stands independent as an exponent of Practical Christianity, teaching the practical application in all the affairs of life of the doctrine of Jesus Christ; explaining the action of mind, and how it is the connecting link between God and man; how mind action affects the body, producing discord or harmony, sickness or health, and brings man into the understanding of Divine Law, harmony, health and peace, here and now.

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Practical Christianity.

BE STILLS AND KNOW THAT TÁM GOD.

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HOW TO CONTROL THOUGHT.
HE thoughts of the mind are identities

with an Ego. By this we mean that every
thought has a centre around which all its
elements revolve, and to which it is obedi-

ent, when no higher power is in evidence. Thus thoughts are capable of expressing themselves — they think. Man thinks, and he thinks into his thoughts all that he is, hence those thoughts must be endowed with power to think in manner similar to their author.

There is, however, a difference between the original thinker and the thought. One has its animat. ing centre in Spirit, and the other in thought. One is Son of God, and the other son of man.

The one essential fact to understand is that there can be no manifestation without intelligence as a fundamental factor and constituant part. Every form in the universe, every function, all action, and all substance has a thinking part, which is receptive to, and can be controlled by man. Edison says that he has observed that every molecule has three things: intelligence, substance and action. It has form, it moves, and it knows where it wants to go. This intelligent principle in all things is the key to the metaphysician's work. He does not concern himself with the action and reaction of the chemistry of matter, nor does he care to know all the intricate laws of electricity and magnetism in order to get the very highest use of them. They are susceptible to thought, through the knowing factor in their construction, and to this he appeals. It is through this all-pervading intelligence that man exercises his highest power. The Scripture statement of man's power and dominion over all things is true only when he is estimated mentally.

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It is the testimony of all philosophers that everything is in a state of construction or destruction. These two forces are all-pervading, and appearantly essential in building the universe. The metaphysician discerns the cause of these two movements to be the Yes” and the “ No" of mind. These dual attributes of mind are in evidence everywhere, yet not understood by those who observe the form instead of the Spirit. The positive and negative poles of the magnet are states of mental affirmation and denial. In acid and alkali, sour and sweet, chemistry is proclaiming Yes” and “No." Night and day, heat and cold, sunshine and shadow, intelligence and ignorance, good and evil, saint and sinner, all are the reflections of mental affirmations and denials. Thus the common denominator of all manifestation is found to be "Yes" and "No."

It is found by the use of these mind forces that man can dissolve things by denying their existence, and build them up by affirming their presence. This is a simple statement, but when it is applied in all the intricate thought-forms of the universe, it becomes complex. Yet when one knows it to be the key to mental power, and persistently uses it, its truth becomes axiomatic.

This power of the mind to build or destroy, through affirmation and denial, is exemplified most strikingly in the human body.

Whatever we persistently affirm as true of us, in due season manifests itself somewhere in the organism. Whatever we persistently deny, is taken away, when the law has had time to work itself out.

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