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Quotes from The Science of Mind

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“There is one power in the Universe and we can all use it.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“Electricity was a reality in the universe when Moses led the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt. This is true of all natural laws; they have always existed but only when understood may they be used.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“Does this thing I wish to do express more life, more happiness, more peace to myself, and at the same time harm no one? If it does, it is right. It is not selfish.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“The road to freedom lies, not through mysteries or occult performances, but through the intelligent use of Nature's forces and laws. The Law of Mind is a natural law in the spiritual world.”
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“There should not be any sense of hurry or worry about this, just a calm, peaceful sense of reality. Let the Law work though, and express Itself in, the experience.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“As he learns the Truth, the Truth will automatically free him.”
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“Let us waste no further time looking for the secret of success or the key to happiness. Already the door is open and whosoever will may enter.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“It should be considered right to live and enjoy living. To be well, happy, and to express freedom, is to be in accord with Divine Law and Wisdom.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“Love rules through Law. Love is the Divine Givingness; Law is the Way. Love is spontaneous; Law is impersonal...Love points the way and Law makes the way possible.”
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“The more power one gives to his thought--the more completely he believes that his thought has power--the more power will it have.”
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“The principle of any science is invisible, theoretical, as is our idea of Spirit. No one has seen God; no one has seen Life; what we have seen is the manifestation of Life. No one has seen Intelligence; we experience it. No one has ever seen Causation; we can see what It does, we deal with Its effects. We do not see Beauty. The artist feels beauty and depicts it as best he can, and the result of his effort is what we call the beautiful...We do not see Life, we experience living. Causation is invisible.”
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“All law must be subjective; the soil knows how to take a seed and make a plant from it; it does not know whether it is making a tomato or a potato...It knows how to create without knowing what It creates.”
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“If one sees only unloveliness in others, it is because unloveliness is a strong element in himself. The light he throws on others is generated in his own soul and sees them as he chooses to see them.”
― quote from The Science of Mind


“There is no limit to the Law, but there appears to be a limit to man's understanding of It.”
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“Anything that will enable us to express greater life, greater happiness, greater power--so long as it does not harm anyone--must be the Will of God for us.”
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“[A definite statement] is an active, conscious, aggressive, mental movement and in such degree as it embodies an idea--and there is no longer anything in our minds which denies the idea--it will take form, because it now becomes a part of the low and order of the Universe in which we live.”
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“Nature operates according to a law of logical sequence.”
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“No man can demonstrate peace and cling to unhappiness.”
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“Another real-world manifestation of implicit memory is known as the illusion-of-truth effect: you are more likely to believe that a statement is true if you have heard it before – whether or not it is actually true. In one study, subjects rated the validity of plausible sentences every two weeks. Without letting on, the experimenters snuck in some repeat sentences (both true and false ones) across the testing sessions. And they found a clear result: if subjects had heard a sentence in previous weeks, they were more likely to now rate it as true, even if they swore they had never heard it before. This is the case even when the experimenter tells the subjects that the sentences they are about to hear are false: despite this, mere exposure to an idea is enough to boost its believability upon later contact. The illusion-of-truth effect highlights the potential danger for people who are repeatedly exposed to the same religious edicts or political slogans.”
― David Eagleman, quote from Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain


“And how do you know that you're mad? "To begin with," said the Cat, "a dog's not mad. You grant that?" I suppose so, said Alice. "Well then," the Cat went on, "you see a dog growls when it's angry, and wags it's tail when it's pleased. Now I growl when I'm pleased, and wag my tail when I'm angry. Therefore I'm mad.”
― Lewis Carroll, quote from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass


“... before, we swam, and now we are swum.”
― Italo Calvino, quote from The Complete Cosmicomics


“Each of us carries the map of our lives on our skin, in the way we walk, even in the way we grow.”
― Kiran Millwood Hargrave, quote from The Girl of Ink and Stars


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