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Connected — or not!

"Camels in Mongolia" photo by Aaron Springston

                                    “Camels in Mongolia”
                              photo by Aaron Springston

I’ve been contemplating our connectivity and, also, lack of connection. Many people say that we are suffering from a loss of connections with  real people; that we have given ourselves to technology and think we are making connections when we’re actually just passing time. I wonder if the face-to-face connections we so often have are any more “real” than the computer relationships we sustain. So far, my conclusion is that any relationship can be shallow or deep, and how they come about really has nothing to do with it. Admittedly, I don’t sit on my front porch with neighbors watching the sunset and chatting. But I’ve noticed that the great majority of communications I have with people have nothing to do with Reality, but have everything to do with mindless chatter. On the other hand, friendships I keep up with on the computer tend to be more substantial. No one emails me and tells me gossip about mutual friends or the details of their gallbladder operation. Although I have received no great insights about how changes in communications have affected our friendships and how they affect the world, I know that we have more opportunities to enjoy each other than ever before, and I want to take advantage of every moment of it!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Here let a word be noticed which will be better understood hereafter,–chemicalization. By chemicalization I mean the process which mortal mind and body undergo in the change of belief from a material to a spiritual basis.”

Science & Health Page 168:30-2

Metaphysical Healing

photo by Heather Magnan

          photo by Heather Magnan

Christian Scientists are often criticized for attempting to use Spirit to heal disease. Obviously, this would be impossible. Alternatively, we are chastised for doing nothing when faced with this thing called disease. If you have a so-called disease, it does no good to pretend it’s not there. While affirmations, visualizations, different psychological techniques are often effective at changing matter, that is not what metaphysical  healing is all about. Some people think that the metaphysical treatment of disease is an attempt to affect a change in your experience. It is not. And some think that spiritual healing through prayer is asking God to heal disease. It is not. Yet others feel that prayer is doing nothing. It is not. Seeing past the material illusion to a single moment of spiritual Truth, that is what spiritual healing is about. This knowledge and the demonstration thereof is available to anyone, anywhere, anytime. This Principle is changeless and eternal. All we need do is awaken to it. Today I am determined to see!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Human sense may well marvel at discord, while, to a diviner sense, harmony is the real and discord the unreal. We may well be astonished at sin, sickness, death. We may well be perplexed at human fear; and still more astounded at hatred, which lifts its hydra head, showing its horns in the many inventions of evil. But why should we stand aghast at nothingness?”

Science & Health Page 563:1-7

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Happiness, No Matter What …

"Beaver Bridge" photo by Steve Shogren

                                        “Beaver Bridge”
                              photo by Steve Shogren

Why can’t we all just be happy? I’ve heard this question voiced numerous times, and I’ve probably said it myself a time or two. People may tell you that life’s circumstances keep some from being happy. They think that if someone is living in poverty and/or abusive conditions, their happiness is squelched. I don’t believe this to necessarily be true any more than it’s opposite: if you have everything in the way of material needs and wants, you are assured happiness. When I was a teenager, a woman who was a friend of my parents had a series of things happen which we would think of as bearers of sadness. In a three-year period, her husband passed on, their house burned down, and then her daughter was in a car accident which left her in a coma for over a year before she died. Oh — she had also lost an infant daughter years before. This woman lived into her 80s, always helping others, and died with a smile on her face. I often wondered how she did it. I see now that she knew the open secret of Life. With each loved one who passes on, with each beloved animal I’ve known and loved through the years, something is growing more certain within me. They haven’t gone anywhere. Never born, never dying. If there’s a beginning, then there must be an end. That thought brings a certain smile.

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Man is, and always has been, God’s reflection.”

Science & Health Page 471:17-18

Seeing Through Love


photo by Richard Quick

photo by Richard Quick

On this day last year, I wrote about an incident where a woman had made purchases at my gallery and written two large checks on an account which turned out to be frozen. Apparently, she had been having a last fling in our town and I was not the only one who received “bad” checks. I sent her numerous loving notes, trying to help her to feel better about herself. I only called her once and that didn’t go well, so I went back to sending her a note every few weeks. At one point, she wrote me a letter and signed it, “your friend”. Then around the middle of April, I received money orders for the entire amount owed. Most people thought there would be no way to collect this debt without resorting to legal means, but every time I thought of her, it was with kindness, seeing her true nature as a child of Love. I refused to see her the way others described similar situations and the people involved. When doubt would creep in, I would replace it with an assurance of good. This is the world I wish to see, and so I do. I know you do, too!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Hold thought steadfastly to the enduring, the good, and the true, and you will bring these into your experience proportionably to their occupancy of your thoughts.” Science & Health Page 261:4-7

Seeing Softly

photo by Aaron Springston

photo by Aaron Springston

Seeing things differently was illustrated for me today. I went on a car ride with a person who saw the world entirely differently than I did. Every car that came up behind us was following too close; when a car pulled out onto the highway, it should have waited until she was past; people in front of her were going to slow; many others were simply guilty of being “idiots”. I became more and more amused as the ride progressed. She has mentioned before that she’s been in a number of vehicular accidents in the past, which have always been the other person’s fault. So the question comes to mind: Is she driving defensively because of past events, or are events happening because she’s expecting them? I’m not going to try to make this determination, but what I do know is the difference in our attitudes towards drivers. When someone pulls out onto the highway in front of me, I’m glad because they probably want to go faster than I do. If someone zooms up behind me, I find the nearest place to happily pull to the side of the road and let them past. If someone in front of me is going slower than I usually drive, I’m glad because I know I’m in the place I need to be. I won’t go so far as to say this keeps me safer, but I know it makes me happier!!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Seeing is no less a quality of physical sense than feeling. Then why is it more difficult to see a thought than to feel one? Education alone determines the difference. In reality there is none.” Science & Health Page 86:20-24

Never Alone

photo by Aaron Springston

                            photo by Aaron Springston

How often has someone come to mind, then the phone rings and there they are? Many things we consider to be coincidence are leading us to the truth of our connectivity, but we insist on finding reasons they can’t be true. For instance, the 100th monkey theory is constantly being “debunked”. But that’s all right, because we are always witnessing ways in which our thoughts pass to others with no spoken words. Once again, animals are our proving ground. Try thinking well-known commands toward your dog, without using your voice, and watch what happens! Similarly, if we say we want world peace yet fill our thought with violent movies and dooms-day conjectures about everything, are we truly choosing peace? Every thought is important. That tipping point (which many say does not exist) is getting closer all the time. I feel that’s why such violence and craziness is happening everywhere: fear of losing control, fear of change, fear of Love. Let’s live as though every thought DOES make a difference!

Mary Baker Eddy quote:
“…Truth is the light which dispels error. As mortals begin to understand Spirit, they give up the belief that there is any true existence apart from God.”

Science & Health Page 282:32-3

Who Forms My Thought?

"Aaron on the Slopes"

“Aaron on the Slopes”

Often it seems our thoughts are not our own but are provided courtesy of advertising and the endless play of horrible events some people like to perpetuate in thought. I know a few people who speculate on what awful things can happen in any given circumstance — and I try to steer clear of them! During the last month, I have been thrown into a world I’ve never experienced: the medical milieu. Now that I have doctors’ appointments and am experiencing one of my pet peeves, prescription drugs, it would seem natural to trade stories with others in similar situations. That is not the world in which I choose to live. A friend said to me today, upon hearing of the wonderfully good results of a recent vascular procedure, that I must know ‘the secret’ and stated that perhaps some day he, too, could learn it. The secret is that there is no secret! It’s an open secret which anyone can experience, if you choose good rather than its opposite. It’s hard for some to believe that these current events in my life are strengthening my metaphysical experience, but I’m seeing more clearly every day!

Mary Baker Eddy quotes: “Mortals evolve images of thought.” “Mortal mind sees what it believes as certainly as it believes what it sees. It feels, hears, and sees its own thoughts. Pictures are mentally formed before the artist can convey them to canvas. So is it with all material conceptions.”
Science & Health Page 86:13 and 86:29:1

Memories or Truth?

Mongolia with Mark

                                          “Altai Mountains in Mongolia”
                                              photo by Aaron Springston

Many of us, including me, pride ourselves on our effort to live in the moment. I know I’m pleased with myself when I don’t get lost in planning or dreaming about the future; equally so when I don’t let myself get trapped in the past by memories and regrets. Today’s lesson tells us that we are always seeing things from past experiences, which precludes any thoughts of Truth from entering our consciousness. Can this be true? When we think about the past, we are really thinking about nothing but illusions. In doing so, we block ideas which are lurking around the edges, waiting for us to clear our mind and let them in. As long as we believe what we’re thinking is important, we are blocking any progress in allowing truth to enter. About the time we acknowledge this, our ego-mortal-mind jumps up and tells us that this is ridiculous. Hence, the necessity for exercising our spiritual muscles! Hope you’re having as much fun with this metaphysical therapy as I am!

Mary Baker Eddy quote:
“Our false views of matter perish as we grasp the facts of Spirit. The old belief must be cast out or the new idea will be spilled, and the inspiration, which is to change our standpoint, will be lost.” Science & Health Page 281:28-1

Unnecessary Conflict

"Thailand Statue" photo by Aaron Springston

                                                “Thailand Statue”
                                   photo by Aaron Springston

If you’re like me, when you get upset about something, you try to justify your feelings with reasons about why you should be upset about it! We think in terms of something upsetting us. Today we are asked to forget about any reason for feeling hurt, or angry, or irritated. I saw a movie called “Where Do We Go Now?”. It’s set in a small village in Lebanon. It starts out with a group of women, Christian and Muslim, making their weekly visit to side-by-side cemeteries where their husbands and sons are buried. This movie is a combination of musical comedy and tragedy. I won’t give away the ending as you may want to enjoy this fine film, but I will say that these women find a unique way of stopping their men from fighting over religious beliefs. When I think back on their fighting about what I deem to be nothing, I wonder if they are truly upset over what they think they’re upset about! It seems that sometimes we’re upset because things are changing, ideas are causing us to see everything in a new light, and we’re afraid of the necessary shifts which are staring us in the face. In living true to our heart, let’s not fear change or what others think of us for leaving behind anything which binds us to anger in any form. The harmony we long for is waiting for us!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Harmony in man is as beautiful as in music, and discord is unnatural, unreal.” Science & Health Page 304:20-21