Manual for Teachers: Section 7 . . SHOULD HEALING BE REPEATED? . . . . page 23 paragraph 6

Section 7


page 23, paragraph 6




6 The mistake is always some form of concern with the self to the exclusion of the patient. 2It is a failure to recognize him as part of the Self, and thus represents a confusion in identity. 3Conflict about what you are has entered your mind, and you have become deceived about yourself. 4And you are deceived about yourself because you have denied the Source of your creation. 5If you are offering only healing, you cannot doubt. 6Doubt is the result of conflicting wishes. 7Be sure of what you want, and doubt becomes impossible.


Let me not get in the way of God’s work through me.

Healing is a simple thing. I need only allow the power of God to work through me. It becomes complicated or confused only when the ego mind is allowed to intrude on the healing. Then the mind begins to question; can this be healed, should it be healed? Have you ever had the thought that maybe it was the person’s classroom and maybe you should not interfere? The healer has become confused about his own identity. Conflict has entered the mind.


I was asked to pray for someone this morning. The ego mind jumped right in with questions about the problem and I saw my mind become confused about how to pray in this situation. So I stopped thinking. I let my mind go still and right away I knew how to pray that this person was healed and whole and nothing else about her was true.

I knew she was energetic and in love with life and that she felt loving and joyful simply because that is her true nature. These things are true about her because of who she is and I cannot imagine anything else being true. My mind is clear about this and so my prayer is powerful as is the mind that holds it as true. I know what is true and so doubt is impossible and healing is certain.

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