New Thought Terms And Their Meanings
by Ernest Holmes - 1942

S - salt of the earth ~ Sword of Spirit which is the Word of God

salt of the earth: Symbolic of Divine wisdom, purity, and goodness.

salvation: Conscious realization of the omnipresence of Spirit. Perception of our unity with good, resulting in those acts which conform to the eternal verities. The discovery that good known and embodied destroys apparent evil.

salvation already achieved: In Science of Mind we realize that truth already is; we discover and use it.

salvation, now is the day of: Refers to the idea that salvation comes when we recognize it as belonging to us, when we claim it. Since time is but an experience within that which of itself is timeless, and since time exists for us only through the act of experience, and since past time no longer exists although it has left a record of itself, and since future time has no existence other than as a tendency, it follows that only where attention is placed can there be experience, and attention can be placed only in the here and now. All treatment must be given in the present tense, since Law knows neither past nor future.

Satan: Symbolic of darkness, relativity, limitation, and ignorance. (See also "Get thee.")

Saviour: The true saviour is the recognition of the Supreme Spirit as All in all. (See also "I am the Lord . . . Beside"; inner Saviour; Jesus Christ; knowing the Truth is the Saviour; serpent and.)

schizoid: (psychological) An emotional introverted personality. One who has rejected reality completely, and uses infantile methods to protect himself from the inhospitality of a world toward which he feels hostile.

schizophrenia: (psychological) Splitting of the mind. A mental disease where the person suffers from fantasies which destroy for him the world of reality, while they create a world of their own. the result is that the person is so completely self-absorbed, so indifferent to the laws of gravity, physiology, economics, etc., that he seems totally incomprehensible and uncomprehending.

science: Pertaining to spiritual truth, a systematic knowledge of spiritual laws. (See also Divine Science.)

science and opinion: Science is a systematized knowledge of laws and therefore must be accurate; opinion is one's belief about something and therefore may or may not be true.

science and religion: A knowledge of natural laws and causes both in the mental and in the physical world, coupled with a consciousness of the spiritual Presence in everything.

science is a study of the mechanics of the universe; religion is a study of values: Every science, including the Science of Mind, is a study of exact mathematical laws, while religion seeks to use these laws in moral, ethical, and spiritual ways.

science of being: The Law of Mind and Spirit governing man's relationship to the spiritual universe.

science of God-Power: Knowledge of the creative power of thought governed by love and wisdom.

science of love: The mathematical necessity that thoughts of love shall heal fear, hate, confusion, etc.

Science of Mind: Science of the laws of thought as they pertain to man's relationship to the universal creative Mind and to health, happiness, and success.

Science of Mind is not a revelation Like other sciences, the Science of Mind is worked out as intuition guides personal intelligence to an understanding of the laws of cause and effect. This science is not only mental, it is also spiritual. The highest use of the laws of Mind is based upon spiritual perceptions which include love, unity, and conscious fellowship with the Invisible.

Science of Mind is not a new religion. It may be added to any spiritual system of thought and is a complement to all.

sciences are impersonal: Any science is a study of natural laws which respond impersonally to whoever uses them.

scientific attitude for a spiritual practitioner: To know that God is all there is, that truth known demonstrates itself; to know that what one knows is the truth and therefore must be effective.

scientific Christian: One who definitely practices the Law of Mind from the motivation of the precepts laid down by Jesus.

scientific prayer: Conscious use of spiritual power for definite purposes.

scientific silence: Consciously withdrawing from contemplation of external facts, conditions, etc., to the quiet realization that truth is governing.

scientific use of the Mind Principle: Treatment is definite, directed for specific purposes, conscious, and always carries with it a definite intention.

schools of analytical psychology, three generally recognized: One developed by Freud called Psychoanalysis; one by Jung called Analytical Psychology and one by Adler called Individual Psychology. Probably the chief difference between Freund and Jung is that Freud's libido is more confined to the meaning of the word "sex," while Jung assumes that libido is the creative urge back of everything. Adler's idea is based more on the individual will toward self-expression through power.

sea: A symbol of the mental plane uncontrolled by Spirit, over which Jesus walked, into which Jonah fell, and through which the Children of Israel were symbolically led by Moses, whose spiritual power parted the waters of mental confusion.

seamless robe of truth: The unity of all life represented by the garment made from one piece of cloth.

seance: Sitting, generally in a darkened room, for the purpose of experiencing psychic phenomena. A group of people, one or more of whom is mediumistic, gathered together for the purpose either of receiving messages from the departed or of experiencing any form of psychic phenomena.

"Search the scriptures, for in them ye think ye have eternal life": Eternal Life does not exist in a book, in a religion, or in a philosophy. These may tell about it, but the Kingdom of God is within.

seen comes from the unseen Everything we see and experience in the objective world has an identical correspondent in the subjective and spiritual world, which is its cause.

"See that no man know it" Do not subject your faith to the confusion of another person's doubt.

"Seek ye first the Kingdom of God" Turn completely to Ab- solute Causation, which contains all possible effects.

self: (psychological) An individual conscious of his own identity and his relationship to his environment. (metaphysical) The center of God consciousness having awareness. (See also Real Self.)

self-choice: Refers to individuality, selectivity, personal decision.

self-condemnation: It is unscientific to condemn oneself or others.

self-deception: (psychological) Any false conclusion based on the motivation of a biased opinion.

self-deception, wilderness of: (psychological) Any psychological state resulting from one's inability to meet every-day life.

Self-Knowing Mind: The conscious mind.

Self-Knowing Principle: Spiritual treatment operates in a field of mind, which, acting as Law, knows how to convert the treatment into conditions.

self-realization: To realize one's unity with the God-Self, and hence unity with Life Itself and with all that is. Inner acknowledgment and understanding of the spiritual truth of one's being.

self-treatment: Inner awareness of spiritual perfection for one's own self.

sending out thoughts: Refers to the mistaken idea that a spiritual mind practitioner sends out thoughts.

sense of worth, individual must have: (psychological) Psychologically an individual without a sense of worth lacks happiness and self-expression; there must be self-esteem if there is to be happiness.

sense the power back of your word; do not try to put power into it: It is our realization of Power which makes the word effective, but the Power exists before we use It; we do not create It.

separate discordant mental beliefs and discordant physical conditions from the idea of spiritual man: The spiritual practitioner assumes that both mental and physical discord are never things in themselves; they do not belong to the Real Man. This does not deny, however, that they are real enough as experiences.

separateness: A belief in duality which gives rise to the thought that we are separated from God, therefore from Good.

separating the belief from the believer: In spiritual mind healing we seek to realize that a false condition does not belong to anyone, has no law to support it and no existence in reality, hence need not have any existence in fact.

sequence of causation: Starts with pure Intelligence; movement of intelligence, which is intelligence becoming aware of something. The Law of Mind set in motion by consciousness, followed by the objective manifestation, or the demonstration. (See also Cause and Effect, sequence; mental law is.)

series of treatments: Repeated statements of truth for some person or condition over a period of time.

serpent: Symbolic of the Life Principle.

serpent and saviour: The Life Principle viewed from the Adam or isolated consciousness, or the Christ or unified consciousness. Refers to the Life Principle viewed materialistically, which produces bondage, or viewed idealistically—that is, in conscious union with Spirit, which produces salvation. The serpent is symbolic of the Life Principle. Crawling flat upon the face of the earth, it becomes the Life Principle viewed as disunion, separation, evil, etc. This same Life Principle lifted upon the cross—that is, elevated to a realization of unity—becomes the Saviour.

serpent in the Garden of Eden: Typifies the Life Principle viewed from a merely materialistic viewpoint. The serpent which Moses lifted up in the wilderness refers to the Life Principle elevated above the materialistic viewpoint.

serpent lifted up in the wilderness: The Life Principle viewed as a spiritual principle.

serpent with tail in its mouth: The Life Principle viewed as without beginning and without end.

servant of the eternal Spirit: Refers to the Law of Mind.

servant of the Spirit: Refers to the Law of Mind in action.

shepherd: Symbolizes the Higher Self ever drawing our experience into conformity with divine union.

shield of faith: A positive thought of complete conviction.

silence, going into the: Withdrawing the thought from external things and mentally dwelling upon a realization of the Divine Presence. It is from this center that Spiritual Power proceeds.

silence, purpose of the: To still mental action, thus holding consciousness in an expectant and receptive attitude toward the Divine Influx.

simplicity in treatment: All treatments should be stated in the simplest possible manner. In this way they will be more meaningful to the one making the statements, and therefore the statements will have more power.

sin—"Neither hath this man sinned nor his parents": Neither the possibility of having lived before and having carried the liabilities of such a life into this world as bad Karma, nor inherited tendencies, affect the Real Man.

"...Sin no more lest a worse thing come unto thee...": If we continue in our old sins or mistakes, we shall not only continue to project them, but the projection will continually become multiplied as the intensity of thought back of the projection becomes increased.

sin, whosoever committeth sin is the servant of: We are caught in our own thought patterns; if they are sinful or mistaken thought patterns, they bind us until we neutralize them. "Therefore if the Son shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed."

(the) single eye: Refers to the inner vision which must be in tune with Light; then is the body filled with light. Thought processes must be inspired by Truth rather than evil.

sociological: Pertaining to social science. The science of the development of society.

"(a) soft answer turneth away wrath": To meet evil with evil is to perpetuate it; to meet evil with good is to destroy the evil while the good remains.

solar plexus: A net-work of nerves in the region of the stomach. Sometimes referred to as the abdominal brain.

"...Son of man is Lord even of the sabbath": Our use of things is what makes them holy; they are not holy in themselves.

"So shall my word be . . . it shall not return unto me void": Man's spiritual awareness must produce a result; it must demonstrate.

soul and its reflection: This means that cause and effect are the same thing.

soul, animal: Symbolic representation of thought in reference to physical life.

soul, human: Thoughts and emotions about family, friends, life in general, etc.

soul, journey of the: Refers to the cycle of experience through which the ego passes on the pathway of self-discovery.

soul of the universe: Refers to the Universal Subjectivity.

soul, spiritual: Upper reaches of self-awareness; contemplation of God, Reality, etc.

space: The apparent nothingness which separates one object from another. That which is created by motion.

specific treatment: If we wish definite results we must be definite in treatment.

spiral, eternal upward: A theory that in the evolution of the soul the individual ego continuously repeats former experiences in an ascending scale.

Spirit: Life essence which permeates all persons and all things. The Thing within everything which makes it what it is. God, the Living Spirit Almighty. (See also One Body.)

Spirit and the material universe: There is no material universe other than Spirit in form.

Spirit appears wherever recognized: Since the Life Principle is omnipresent, It springs into being wherever we recognize It. To see God, Life, Power in anything is to cause that thing to respond in like manner.

Spirit as knower and Law as doer does not imply duality: Just as the engineer is not to be confused with the engine, so the Self-Knowing Mind is not to be confused with the mathematical and mechanical subjective reactions.

Spirit breathes Itself into form: The Self-realization of God produces creation.

Spirit ever available: We contact the Spirit within our own thought, hence we are never separated from It.

Spirit inspires and the Law obeys: Through intuition we are inspired from on High. The Law of Mind automatically reacts to our thought patterns.

Spirit is both cause and effect: Once the creative word is spoken, the effect must follow. The mental practitioner bases his assurance upon this—i.e., a silent recognition of the Truth within his own consciousness must produce an inevitable result wherever and for whatsoever purpose such consciousness is directed. (See also Truth is both.)

Spirit is form-giving, but subjective law is form-taking: The conscious mind decides, and the subjective law must react upon this decision with mathematical precision as well as with creative power.

Spirit is personal to each one of us: Since each is a center of God Consciousness, the Spirit must be personal where It is personified. There is an Infinite Self back of every apparent finite self.

Spirit is self-propelling: All energy is within Spirit.

Spirit is the realm of causation, form is the realm of effect: All causation is invisible; the objective world is the effect of an invisible cause which exactly corresponds to it.

Spirit—"not by power nor by might, but by Spirit": This means that we do not labor with the Law or with the Lord; rather by silent contemplation, recognizing the supremacy of good, it becomes manifest in our experience.

"(the) Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters": Symbolizes the movement of idea upon mind.

Spirit of His Spirit: Man's spirit is the Spirit of God in man. The two are one.

"Spirit (the) of man is the candle of the Lord": Refers to the "I Am" which is the light of the world; the Celestial Flame incarnated at the Center of every man's being.

Spirit of Truth: Refers to the divine Presence which both indwells and overshadows everything, which Spirit is Truth and which Truth is Spirit. It might also refer to our conscious contact with Reality.

Spirit ordains perfection: Since it is the nature of Spirit to be perfect, and since Its law reflects Its nature, then Spirit can ordain only perfection.

Spirit that quickeneth, it is the: Real life is from within out, hence the flesh profiteth nothing. That is not a denial of the flesh but rather an affirmation that it is an effect and not a cause.

spirits—"Try the spirits whether they are of God": The apostle is telling us not to believe in every alleged spiritual communication. He tells us to beware of mistaking what today we call psychic hallucinations for spiritual revelations. At the doorway of the psychic life he would put up a sign: Stop, Look, and Listen.

spiritual: The atmosphere of God in human consciousness.

spiritual adjustment: Elevating the mental adjustment to the consciousness that all things are unified with God.

spiritual affirmations: Affirming the Allness of Truth, Spirit, Love, etc.

spiritual body: We do not deny body, we merely affirm that it is spiritual. Body constitutes the evidence of Mind. The spiritual body is perfect; it is a body of right ideas.

spiritual communion: Inwardly sensing Reality as life, love, beauty, truth, divine Presence, etc.

spiritual communion as a healing agency: Inwardly sensing Reality followed by a definite knowing that this Reality is manifest rather than the disease. This might call for a certain amount of affirmation and denial.

spiritual communion as an agency of prosperity: Inwardly sensing the Divine as perfect substance, forever taking the form of successful action in one's affairs.

spiritual communion as prayer: Spiritual communion itself is not a prayer or petition, so much as it is an announcement of the presence of Reality.

spiritual conception in healing: When the practitioner's consciousness recognizes the Truth, the healing work is accomplished.

spiritual dominion: The power to govern our lives through silent realization of inner spiritual power.

spiritual ethers: Just as physical energy is born out of the ethers of physics, so mental energy is born out of the ethers of Spirit.

spiritual expectation: To be continuously expectant of and receptive to that which is good, beautiful, and true.

spiritual experience: Conscious inner awareness of the Divine Presence as Reality, Law, and Order.

spiritual feeling: An inner sense of the Presence of Spirit which produces a psychological reaction not only of acceptance, but of warmth and color.

spiritual healer as an agent: The spiritual practitioner, recognizing the Divine Power, becomes a transmitter through which It flows in the direction he indicates.

spiritual healing, basis of: A realization of spiritual body, spiritual perfection, perfect action, and perfect reaction. (See also healing; spiritual mind healing; theory; treatment.)

spiritual healing, chief emphasis in: Realization of the perfection, the unity, and the omnipresence of Life.

spiritual healing, conscious mind is the actor in: Spiritual mind healing is not a result of receiving psychic or subjective impressions; it is always conscious, active, and specific. The conscious acts, the subconscious reacts.

spiritual healing, impersonal: When one's consciousness is subjectively charged with Truth, it automatically radiates life, and anyone coming near that person receives benefit, just as did the woman who touched the hem of the robe of Jesus.

spiritual healing—it is the psychological and the physical man who needs healing: Spiritual mind healing is based on the assumption that Spirit is already perfect, that Mind is the creative factor, and that body conditions are effects. The physician treats the body, the psychologist and metaphysician treat the mind. There need be no confusion over this.

spiritual identity: The inner and ever-increasing recognition of one's relationship to Spirit in one's identity in Mind. Refers to the individualized center of God Consciousness, which is a unique presentation of the Christ Spirit within each one of us.

spiritual insight: Deeper than intellectual conviction; inward experience of Reality.

spiritual insight and enlightenment: The knowledge that we are One with the Great Self and that which is experienced is merely a reflection or manifestation of Being.

spiritualizing matter: We neither spiritualize matter nor psychologize Spirit in mental healing; we know the truth about being, which truth known automatically demonstrates itself.

spiritual mind healing is the result of clear thinking: This is true both psychologically and metaphysically. It could not be true in either case unless there were a perfect Principle to be demonstrated. Since this Principle is Mind and Spirit, and since the activity of Mind and Spirit is conscious, it follows that consciousness is the thing that needs to be straightened out.

spiritual mind healing, premise underlying: Perfect God, Perfect Man, and Perfect Being.

spiritual mind practitioner: One who uses the Law of Mind and Spirit in behalf of others.
(See also practitioner.)

spiritual plane: The mental plane elevated to spiritual awareness. It is the mind that must become conscious, hence intuition and reality must operate through consciousness to be known. This knowing is sometimes merely pure feeling without processes of thought, but it is always awareness.

spiritual power released through thinking: Spiritual power is also mental power, and since thought is the only activity of mind, it is the only thing that can release spiritual power. Spiritual power, like electrical energy, exists in the universe. So far as we are concerned, it exists on a certain level of thought, consciousness, or inward comprehension. In such degree as one reaches this inward comprehension, this power is released through his word for purposes which his intention designates. (See also only those.)

spiritual prototype: The universal idea back of any particular form. For example: the abstract idea of Beauty back of the beautiful.

spiritual psychology: The study of mental actions and reactions and the reeducation of the mind through introducing new and spiritual patterns of thought.

spiritual realities: The invisible essence of things. The proto- type in the invisible world of that which is visible.

spiritual science: Knowledge of the Laws of Spirit.

spiritual science, application of: Conscious use of the Laws of Spirit as they operate in and through man and human affairs.

spiritual sense substituted for physical objects: In spiritual mind healing we think of the different physical functions as being spiritual activities of a perfect body and treat to realize the perfection of the spiritual, which realization in its turn reflects itself into the physical.

spiritual sleep: A lack of spiritual enlightenment. spiritual thanksgiving Joyous acceptance and gratitude.

spiritual therapy: From our viewpoint, spiritual mind healing.

spiritual things must be spiritually discerned: If we would understand the universe as a spiritual system, our own consciousness must become spiritualized, raised, or elevated to the perception of a spiritual universe. With this perception the spiritual universe will immediately become real to us.

spiritual treatment: Applying the law of the Christ Mind to human problems. (See also mental spiritual; practitioner; treat; treating; treatment.)

spiritual understanding: An inner awareness of the Presence of God in all people and in all things.

spiritual universe: The universe as a spiritual system governed by the Laws of Mind. The Real Universe. The only true universe, which includes what we call the physical.

spiritual universe is apparent through the physical: The Emersonian concept that the physical universe consists of thought in form and that the laws of nature are identical with the laws of thought.

spiritual values added to psychology: Realization that all mental actions and reactions are a result not merely of environmental or inherited stimuli, but also of the Divine Urge inherent in the nature of being.

spiritual victory: The transcendent power of spiritual thought forces over apparent material or physical resistance, which an inner awareness of God inevitably demonstrates.

spiritual vision: Perceiving the eternal Presence and Wholeness, Truth and Beauty in every person and in every thing.

spiritual wholeness is not evolving: Spiritual wholeness is already a fact. As the principle of mathematics must be applied from the understanding of its absoluteness, so the spiritual mind practitioner must apply his Principle from the viewpoint of the instantaneous availablity of Wholeness.

"Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath made us free and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage": This means keep the vision of Truth and Unity and do not again believe in the reality of separation.

Star of Bethlehem: Inner guidance.

stream of consciousness: The automatic mental emanation of the subjective state of thought..

streams of consciousness, tuning into: Any mental state which we assume tunes into corresponding states in the race consciousness, tending to draw similar states into our own thought.

strong in the Lord: Strong in the realization of the invisible Power.

subconscious denial of our affirmations: The thought content of the subconscious mind refusing to accept a conscious affirmation. This, of course, can be changed.

subconscious does not mean unconscious: The subconscious, whether we think of it as individual or universal (for the two are one), must receive images of thought as they are created, without choice or volition of its own; but having received these images of thought, it operates upon them intelligently.

subconscious intelligence: Intelligence operating upon patterns of thought creatively and intelligently without reflective or self-conscious knowing.

subjective acceptance: The subconscious no longer denying what the conscious mind has affirmed.

subjective metaphysics: Telepathy, clairvoyance, etc.

Subjective Mind as mechanical law: Thought, falling into a subjective state, enters into a mechanical field of cause and effect.

subjective mind, our: The use we make of the One Law. There is but One Mind which we all use; but One Law of Mind which we all employ. What we call our subjective mind is merely our mental reaction in the One Law of Mind.

subjective mind, our: as a point in Universal Mind: There is only one Subjective Mind, which everyone uses; what we call our subjective mind is merely a reaction of this Universal Subjectivity to our thought. Hence it is not individual but may become individualized.

subjective molds: This refers to the habitual thought patterns which are in the subconscious mind.

subjective side of life: The invisible Law of Cause and Effect, which operates upon our images of thought.

subjective state of thought, changing the: The subjective thought is the medium between the Absolute and the relative in our experience; it works automatically, mathematically, and mechanically, but it is entirely a created thing. Hence it can be changed through conscious thinking.

subjective unity between all people: Just as there is but One Spirit and One Mind, so there is but One Psyche or Soul or Subjectivity. It is because of this that such phenomena as clairvoyance, telepathy, etc., may function.

subjective world: The world of causes.

subjective world as cause of the objective: There is a spiritual or mental likeness or equivalent in the invisible world for every objective fact. It also follows that wherever the spiritual or mental equivalent or image is provided, an objective fact must follow.

sublimation: (psychological) The act of freeing the emotional energy from negative aims and turning it into useful activities and interests.

sublimation, law of: (psychological) Deflecting the energy of the libido to social, useful and constructive occupations. (metaphysical) Refers to the Law of Sublimation as transforming one type of energy into another.

sublimation of thought: (psychological) Deflecting the energy of the libido to new objects or aims. (spiritually) To convert desire into pure, perfect, and wholesome channels of self-expression.

subliminal consciousness: The impersonal self; that which lies beneath the level of the conscious mind. The subconsciousness. It is the vehicle for certain psychic phenomena, such as clairvoyance, clairaudience, automatic writing, etc.

subliminal mind: That realm of thought which functions in conscious union with Spirit. The Christ Mind.

submission: This is not to a greater force, but to a higher intelligence.

Substance: The Formless, from which all forms are created. (See also faith—Substance.)

Substance and Supply: The eternal Creative Spirit as Substance is everywhere taking the form of those desires which we affirm, believe in, and embody. Mind gives us ideas; ideas project the Law into form. (See also recognition; supply.)

Substance and Supply, recognition of: The mental acceptance and realization that Spirit is Substance and that our daily needs are met through an action of the immutable Law of Cause and Effect.

success: Fulfillment of legitimate constructive desires. Any form of satisfactory self-expression which harms no other person.s.

suggestion—not suggestion but realization: Spiritual mind treatment is not mental suggestion. That is, the practitioner does not suggest anything to the patient. The practitioner seeks to realize something for the patient within his, the practitioner's, own consciousness. (See also we neither; thought, clarify.)

sublimation: (psychological) Conscience.

super-mind faculties: Abilities of spiritual thought to discern invisible truths as being equal (real) with objective facts.

supernatural: That which lies beyond the realm of the natural, or the understandable on the material plane. That which cannot be explained by physical laws.

superstition and ignorance confuse the Law of Mind with the Spirit of God: The Law of Mind is like any other law in nature. It is a dynamic and creative Intelligence responding to thought and should not be confused with the Spirit of God, which is a universal Self-Knowingness, or with the spirit of man, which is an individualized center of this Self-Knowingness.

supply as a spiritual idea: To recognize that invisible Mind and Substance are ever taking the forms which meet our daily needs. (See also invisible supply.)

supply, ideas of: enforce the law of Substance: Substance, or the possibility of all right action, forever exists. The Law of Supply is the result of a conscious recognition of this Substance taking definite form. (See also recognition; Substance and Supply.)

supply—the greater the demand, the more abundant: The universal creative Law knows nothing of big or little; It meets our demands by reflecting them back into form. Hence, the more complete the demand, the more complete the reflection. The whole process is automatic.

suppositional opposite to Truth: Any belief which denies the allness of Creative Love, Wisdom, and Power.

supreme affirmation: Any mental attitude which affirms its complete unity with God. A recognition that the universal "I Am" and the individualized "I" constitute one being.

supreme recognition: Recognizing the presence of pure and perfect Spirit.

surrender: This does not mean surrendering the intellect or the personal integrity; it means the necessity of understanding that laws work for us only as we first obey them. As Hermes said, "Nature obeys us as we first obey it."

Sustaining Infinite: We are surrounded by, immersed in, and there is within us, the Principle of pure Spirit and perfect Law.

Sword of Spirit: The word of Truth.

Sword of Spirit which is the Word of God: A definite constructive statement made in Mind can specifically neutralize, sever as it were, any opposite destructive belief.

symbolism: (psychological) the impressions of the unconscious thinking, where the real meaning of the idea is transformed into something else so that it would not be recognized for what it really is. This appears largely in dreams, in unconscious sayings, etc.


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