6momentary belief of dying passes from mortal mind, this mind is still in a conscious state of existence; and the in- dividual has but passed through a moment of extreme
9mortal fear, to awaken with thoughts, and being, as material as before. Science and Health clearly states that spiritualization of thought is not attained by the death
12of the body, but by a conscious union with God. When we shall have passed the ordeal called death, or destroyed this last enemy, and shall have come upon the same plane
15of conscious existence with those gone before, then we shall be able to communicate with and to recognize them.
If, before the change whereby we meet the dear de-
18parted, our life-work proves to have been well done, we shall not have to repeat it; but our joys and means of ad- vancing will be proportionately increased.
21The difference between a belief of material existence and the spiritual fact of Life is, that the former is a dream and unreal, while the latter is real and eternal. Only
24as we understand God, and learn that good, not evil, lives and is immortal, that immortality exists only in spiritual perfection, shall we drop our false sense of Life
27in sin or sense material, and recognize a better state of existence.
Can I be treated without being present during treatment?
30Mind is not confined to limits; and nothing but our own false admissions prevent us from demonstrating this
1great fact. Christian Science, recognizing the capabili- ties of Mind to act of itself, and independent of matter,
3enables one to heal cases without even having seen the individual, — or simply after having been made ac- quainted with the mental condition of the patient.
6Do all who at present claim to be teaching Christian Science, teach it correctly?
By no means: Christian Science is not sufficiently un-
9derstood for that. The student of this Science who under- stands it best, is the one least likely to pour into other minds a trifling sense of it as being adequate to make safe