Learning about thought power

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Post written by Richard Fischer:

While in the service and stationed down South, I received transfer orders to go up North. The day before the packers/movers came, a supervisor did a walk through and explained what could go and what could not. Before she departed our house she had asked, “Do you have any cats?”

I answered, “Yes we do, but I’ll keep them in the downstairs bathroom during the packing and moving.”

She said, “Fine, because we have a mover who is really allergic to cats.” I assured her that our cats won’t be exposed to anyone.

The following day, the movers showed up at 7:00 a.m. and were there until 6:00 p.m. that evening.  One of the ladies finally asked me, “Is there anything in the downstairs bathroom?”

I said “No, everything was moved out last night.  This is where we have our cats.”

Five minutes later, this same woman had to be escorted out of our home because of her allergy. In 5 minutes, her eyes became bloodshot and watery, her nose was running, and she had problems catching her breath. This same woman had been in our home for 11 hours packing and not until she heard that we had cats present, did she get a reaction.

I really started to understand the power of thought. If we can literally talk ourselves into a reaction this severe and detrimental to our health, imagine what could happen if we focused our thoughts into something wonderful and beautiful.

Not until I read the new revised version of Science and Health, did I really understand the power of thought spiritualized.

Cheryl’s note: The sixth edition of 21st Century Science and Health now online at Amazon.


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