Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Arguing on the side of the divine

posted by Cheryl Petersen

What is the material world without thought?

It is thought that brings to light, with great rapidity, many useful wonders in the world. Intuitive leaps of understanding give impulse to inquiry and a spiritual cause is considered. Consciousness turns from matter to divine Mind as the cause of every effect, and physics based logic slowly yields to the science of metaphysics. In this revolutionary stage, physics will challenge metaphysics, even in the form of semi-metaphysical systems.

The Science of divine Mind interprets spiritual Being. Scientific metaphysics has its own set of principles and arguments, untouched by, and unmixed with, physical laws or the human mind’s arguments. Arguing on the side of omnipresent divine Mind prevents a mental practice from being “divided against itself.” (Matt. 12:25, Mark 3:25, Luke 11:17)

This is an excerpt from the abridged chapter, Science of Being, from 21st Century Science and Health.

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