Lesson Two: Recapitulation
Man reënacts the Divine Nature on all three planes; he is self- knowing in his conscious mind, creative through his subconscious mind, and has a body. He reënacts the Trinity of Being.
Man is in perfect unity with the Whole. His conscious mind is his understanding of God; his subjective mind is the use that he makes of the Universal Creative Medium; and his body is one with the Body of God.
There is but One Mind in the Universe, and man uses It. Man is an identity in the Universe; he is a center of God-Consciousness. At first he is ignorant of this and misuses his power, consequently bringing upon himself misfortune and sickness.
Man's thought operates through the medium of Universal Creative Mind. As he thinks within himself, he thinks upon Creative Mind and sets Law in motion. Since there is but One Mind a person may think for himself, or for some one else, and cause the Law to operate as he directs.
The use of Creative Mind is like the use of the creative soil. Man never creates; he simply uses a Creative Law.
Objective, conscious and self-knowing mind, all have the same meaning; they mean that part of man which knows that it exists.
Subjective, subconscious, unconscious, soul and consciousness have the same meaning; they mean the inner creative medium.
Body, effect and outward conditions all respond to the inner thought.
The Spirit of man, which is his self-knowingness, is the only part of him which has volition or self-choice; all else is automatic law.
Man's conscious thought, acting through law, may change any condition in his experience, provided he can clearly conceive of that condition as being changed. There is no limit to