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WATCH – Declare daily:

     No mesmeric influence can prevent the law of spiritual growth, humility, freedom, health, wealth, and healing from having boundless  freedom in your consciousness. 

     No mesmeric influence can separate you from the infinite Mind and its faculty.   Mary Baker Eddy   (Oakes, Richard, Course In Divinity and General Collectanea, p.37-38)

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WATCH – Let your minds go out every two hours:

        All is peace, goodwill, Love, etc.

        Say nothing of error.

        Confine your thoughts to the right side.  Mary Baker Eddy  (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.2)

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Mrs. Eddy once said, “A true Science treatment does not consist of treating a disordered body or person, but does consist of destroying the error which is wholly mental.  Two times two equaling five illustrates how unscientific it is to look at a blackboard and see that it says that two times two are five; then to realize that two times two are four; then to turn to the blackboard to see if it has changed on the board ere we believe the manifestation is complete.

            “Never look at the body to see if the error has disappeared.  If we do, and see the error as physical, or belonging to the individual, or see that man has a material body, then we do not trust scientifically.  Now, you know that one and one are two, two and two are four, three times three are nine.  You know that much of the truth of numbers, and it is all powerful, no matter how much error you know.  As it is with numbers, so it is with Science.  The little you do know is real and reflects God, no matter how much error you know that you have not worked out of yet; for as you know more and more of Truth, all error disappears from thought.  No error can bind us beyond our belief in it.”  Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Jr., Gilbert,  500 Watching Points, #91)

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On October 19, 1892 Mrs. Eddy gave two of her students, a “charge which is worthy of the attention of all students, and which, if followed, will make daily demonstrators out of those who heed it, thus sparing them the folly of functioning under the human mind, while imagining that they are reflecting God:

     “The first thing in the morning call on God to deliver you from temptation and help you to be awake.  Then do your chores, not as a dreamy hashish eater, but with a clear sense of what to do and just how to do it.  Then sit down and first get yourself into

consciousness of your power with God, and then take up the outside watch.  Sit until this is clear if it takes two hours.”  Mary Baker Eddy  (Carpenter, Gilbert, Five Hundred Watching Points, p. 93, #195)