Index of Charles Fillmore's Writings was first published in 1956. This is the first printing.
Preface
This volume combines the indexes of Charles Fill­more's ten Unity books in one index, so that the stu­dent may have at his finger tips a quick reference to the thousands of practical ideas that Charles Fill­more put into the ten books.
Here is inspiration, and explanation of many hid­den, practical truths in the Bible. Charles Fillmore was able to interpret and make of practical and in­spirational benefit to all who wish to understand the deep significance of the Biblical symbols.
This book, together with the ten volumes of Charles Fillmore's writings, will make a wonderful reference library for any Truth student. Such a li­brary will be especially helpful to ministers, teachers, writers, and Unity Correspondence School students.
The ten books (Atom-Smashing Power of Mind, Christian Healing, fesus Christ Heals, Keep a True Lent, Mysteries of Genesis, Mysteries of John, Pros­perity, Talks on Truth, Teach Us to Pray, and The Twelve Powers of Man) are indicated in this Index by a code of initials, which is given on a following page.
Charles Fillmore's teachings are known to mil­lions of people, who follow them for daily, prac­tical guidance. The purpose of this book is to help the student to get closer to the spirit of Mr. Fill­more's work.
Emmet Fox, author of many books that are wide-
This is one of a series of Unity books devoted to teaching how you can make your life better by applying Christian principles. The first Unity book, Lessons in Truth, was published in 1894 and is still in publication. The Unity work itself was established in 1889, when its founders, Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, began to share with others the Truth that had helped them.
The Unity movement now reaches millions of persons all over the world. Unity School of Chris­tianity includes the Silent Unity department, to which thousands of people each year write for prayers for any need, and the Publishing Depart­ment, which distributes the Unity books and mag­azines that carry the Unity message around the world. Unity centers and churches are located in many large cities.
ly read by the general public, and who also had for a number of years a large following in his church in New York City, was a great admirer of Charles Fill­more. When Dr. Fox visited Unity in Kansas City, in 1944, he wrote:
"I look upon Charles Fillmore as being among the prophets. He has given us something that the great prophets have given us. A prophet is, you know, one who has certain contact with God in a very rare degree and gives that out to his fellowmen. He is a broadcasting station for God. We all know the great prophets in the Bible, and there have been a few outside of them. He [Charles Fillmore] is one of the great men of this generation, although un­known as such to the world at large. The things which really are his are not the things which are so apparent on the surface. I am one of his spiritual children."
Note
The ten Charles Fillmore books are identified in this Index by means of initials, as follows:
ASP Atom-Smashing Power of Mind
CH Christian Healing
JC Jesus Christ Heals
KL Keep a True Lent
MG Mysteries of Genesis
MJ Mysteries of John
P         Prosperity
TM The Twelve Powers of Man
TP Teach Us to Pray
TT Talks on Truth
Each entry refers to subject matter in one or more of the ten books. For instance, the following entry
Abundance, KL: 101, 183; affirming, P: 93, 121-122, 126, 169-170. See also Pros­perity
indicates that there are references to "abundance" on pages 101 and 183 of Keep a True Lent; and references to "affirming abundance" on pages 93, 121-122, 126, and 169-170 of Prosperity. "See also Prosperity" indicates that under the index entry for "Prosperity" the student may find other references that he will find helpful in studying the subject of abundance.
INDEX
Aaron, ASP: 83
Abanah (river o£ Damascus), TP: 149
Abdominal region, as seat of renunciation (elimina­tion), TM: 16, 21, 158-160
Abel (mind), MG: 60-62,65, 70
Abel-mizraim (meadow), MG: 373, 374
Abida, MG: 203
Abimael, MG: 107
Abimelech (will), MG: 172-174, 180, 181, 213, 216
Abraham, MG: 11, 113, 120, 122, 128,130,136, 138, 143, 144, 155, 156, 160, 164, 167, 189, 191, 200, 211; MJ: 33, 34, 89, 92; TM: 92; as demonstrator of Christ in man, MG: 116; call of, first step in redemption of Adam race, MG: 115, 116; (faith), MG: 116-119, 123, 124, 127, 134, 135, 140-144, 148, 151-152, 157-159, 161, 162, 165, 168, 169, 171-187, 192-195, 199, 201, 202, 204, 214, 216; on sacrifice, TM: 25-27; (spiritual ego), MG: 137. See also Sarah
Abram ("exalted father"), MG: 118, 122. See also Abraham
Abundance, KL: 101, 183; affirming, P: 93, 121-122, 126, 169-170. See also Prosperity
Accad (city),MG: 98
Acquisitiveness, represented by Judas, MG: 237. See also Avarice
Acts, TP: 82
Adah (daughter of Elon), MG: 277
Adah (wife of Lamech), MG: 63, 64
Adam, CH: 31, 33, 34, 55-57; JC: 4, 40, 158; MG: 28, 33, 34, 41, 70; MJ: 12, 13, 37; TM: 79, 81; TP: 68; TT: 36, 136, 146; all included in his sin, KL: 98; and Eve, CH: 112; JC: 177, 178; MG: 42, 55, 56, 65; TM: 35, 37, 41, 43, 57; TP: 52; as co-creator with Jehovah God, MG: 30; as established creation of Je­hovah God, TT: 22, 23; as generic man, MG: 67, 68; as man's intellect, TT: 15-18, 20; as personal man, MG: 3, 4, 12, 78; ejected from Eden, KL: 74; Father, P: 72; (life), MG: 52; man, TM: 35; vs. Christ, ASP: 116, 119, 142; MJ: 123
Adam consciousness, KL: 61, 171
Adam man, MJ: 36, 61, 181, 182; TT: 127; awaken­ing of, MG: 41
Adam method of generation, KL: 93
Adamic man, JC: 178; TP: 97
Adamic race, KL: 130
Adbeel, MG: 206
Admah (city of the Plain), MG: 102, 130
Adullam (city), MG: 302, 303
Adultery, spiritual, MG: 220
Adversary, MJ: 158; current criticism as subtle, TT: 87; (personal ego), MG: 109
Advocate, MJ: 133, 134
Affirmation(s), ASP: 71, 74; KL: 71, 142; MG: 158, 360; MJ: 17, 18, 27-29, 98, 99, 138, 139, 168; and faith, JC: 103; and love, MJ: 180; and order, JC: 121; appropriation of Christ life
through, MJ: 173; benefits received through, ASP: 101; body "thrill" ("the Spirit") in­duced by, ASP: 24, 25;; effect of, on body, JC: 13, 14; for body regeneration, MG: 122; formation of Christ mind in man accelerated by use of, ASP: 103, 104; importance of, P: 98-99, 157-158, 175-176, 178-179; judg­ment and, ASP: 45, 47; mastering worry, dis­ease, and inharmony by denial and, ASP: 71, 72; misuse of, CH: 52, 53; TM: 108; power of, TM: 128; soul growth and, TP: 67; strength of, ASP: 50; used in transforming body, KL: 168; value of, MG: 77, 78, 320. See also Denial; Mind
Affirmations and denials, list of, CH: 17, 29, 38, 39, 48, 49, 52, 60, 70, 71, 82-84, 94, 95, 106, 111, 112, 114, 115-118, 129, 132, 140, 141; JC: 22, 34, 37, 38, 61, 64-66, 137-139, 142, 144, 147, 150, 153-155, 157, 159, 161-163, 165, 167-169,171,173,176,177,179,182,184,186, 188, 190, 193, 194; P: 23, 25, 35-36, 41, 50, 52-55, 59-60, 63, 65, 69, 85-86, 101, 110-112, 114, 122-124, 130, 157-158, 185-186; TM: 51, 141, 169; TT: 63, 65, 152; TP: 18, 36, 37, 40, 53, 54, 66, 70, 73, 77, 80, 83, 86, 90, 93, 96, 100, 104, 107, 112, 116, 119, 122, 126, 129, 132, 135, 138, 139, 154-156, 179-188
Age, dawn of new, ASP: 163-166; end of, ASP: 130, 131, 162; man's, same as earth's, ASP: 70
Aharah (or Ehi), MG: 350
Ahuzzath, MG: 216
Ai (place), MG: 120,123
Aiah, MG: 286
Air, man's home in, as well as in earth, ASP: 68
Akan, MG: 287
Alexander, TM: 67
Allegory, CH: 31, 73, 74; definition of, MG: 231.
See also Bible Allon-bacuth (burial place), MG: 271, 272 Almodad, MG: 105 Altar, KL: 145; as place in consciousness, KL: 16;
of Jacob, KL: 83 Alvah, MG: 291 Alvan, MG: 285 Amalek, MG: 280 Ambition, MG: 98 America, MJ: 126 Ammonites, MG: 170 Amorites, MG: 101,135, 364 Anah, MG: 284, 286 Anamim, MG: 99, 100 Ananias, TM: 75-76; and Sapphira, P: 164; TT:
126, 127 Ancestors, worship of, and its limitations, MJ: 89,
90. See also Heredity Andrew, KL: 117; (strength), MG: 238; MJ: 20, 21, 68, 69, 119; TM: 16, 18, 34, 45; TT: 53, 90,91 Aner, MG: 135
Angels, JC: 70, 71; KL: 155; P: 44-45; (ideas), ASP: 45, 46; (spiritual forces), MJ: 23;
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(spiritual thoughts), MG: 165-167, 228, 255. See also Ideas
Animal nature, of man, KL: 60
Animal soul. See Soul
Annas, MJ: 154
Antigonus, in "Winter's Tale," ASP: 112
Aorist, First, KL: 109
Appetite, mastering, ASP: 72, 73; repression vs. re­demption of, TM: 155-156; spiritual con­quest of, TM: 168-169. See also Passion
Apollo, KL: 38
Apostles, KL: 113; symbolism of the Twelve, CH: 73
Aram, MG: 103, 104
Aran, MG: 288
Ararat (mountain), MG: 81, 82
Ard, MG: 350
Areli, MG: 347
Arimathea, represents thoughts of lofty character, KL: 195
Arioch, King of Ellasar, MG: 129
Ark, as saving state of consciousness, MG: 77, 78
Arkite, MG: 101
Arnold, Sir Edwin ("Light of Asia"), TT: 27
Arodi, MG: 347
Arpachshad, MG: 103
Arvadite, MG: 101, 102
Ascension, ASP: 40, 41; JC: 73, 83, 84; KL: 162; MG:71;MJ: 167
Asceticism, TM: 152-153
Asenath, MG: 319, 348; TM: 100-101
Ash Wednesday, KL: 138, 141
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Ashbel, MG: 349
Asher (understanding), MG: 239, 240, 276, 347,
369 Ashkenaz, MG: 94
Ashteroth-karnaim (city), MG: 131,132 Asshur, MG: 103 Asshurim, MG: 202,203 Assyria, MG: 37, 38, 98; (psychic realm), ASP:
54,55 Astrology, MG: 103; and Shakespeare, ASP: 113,
114
Astronomy, higher, ASP: 161,162
Atad (threshing floor), MG: 373
Atlantis, continent of (legend), TM: 149-150
Atom(s), JC: 149, 174; KL: 38, 69, 132; and its law of expression, ASP: 9, 10; as seat of sub­stance, force, and intelligence, CH: 62; faith center in each, ASP: 40; wisdom at center of, ASP: 92. See also Molecule
Atomic bomb, effects of, on Japanese cities in 1945, ASP: 65, 66; spiritual or mental character of, ASP: 12, 13
Atonement (at-one-ment), JC: 40; KL: 53, 185; MJ: 129, 149; TT: 161-178; and race con­sciousness, TT: 164-166; meaning of, TT: 164, 165. See also God; Realization; Jesus
Attention, MG: 116, 117. See also Concentration;
Aura, TP: 123; spiritual, JC: 76, 110, 138, 139, 146 Authority, external, keeps men in bondage, TT: 104; of Jesus, KL: 29
Avarice, vs. generosity, P: 153, 156-157; vs. love and justice, P: 150-151. See also Race conscious­ness
Aven, Hebrew word, KL: 115
Awakening, spiritual, MG: 4l
Baal, MG: 349
Baalhanan, MG: 290
Babel (city and tower), MG: 98; exemplifies ephem­eral character of man's work, MG: 108-111
Babylon, king of, ASP: 19
Bacon, Lord Francis, ASP: 108
Baptism, ASP: 28; MJ: 17-19, 35, 41; TM: 18-19, 61, 88-91; TT: 73, 90, 91, 151; prayer treat­ment as a spiritual, ASP: 67; source of power, KL: 73; Spirit, ASP: 130; spiritual, TP: 162, 163. See also Holy Spirit
Barabbas, MJ: 158
Bartholomew (imagination), MJ: 21-23; TM: 16, 20-21, 72
Basemath, MG: 217, 218, 277
Beasley, Norman ("Let's Operate"), TP: 104, 105
Beauty, soul's delight in, MG: 200, 208, 271
Becher, MG: 349
Beecher, Lyman, TM: 144
Beeri, MG: 217, 218
Beer-lahai-roi, MG: l49, 200, 205
Beer-sheba (place), MG: 179-181, 185, 217, 34l
Beethoven, Ludwig von, and the "inner ear," TP: 117
"Behold the Angel!" (Morgan), ASP: 23, 24
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Beholding state of mind, KL: 44
Being, TP: 11, 159; TT: 40, 43, 154, 158, 164, 165; and expression, P: 27-29; and Jesus, TT: 169; as aggregation of ideas, JC: 177; as always present, CH: 66, 61; as impersonal principle, MJ: 76; as Principle and person, TP: 168, 169; both masculine and feminine, TM: 53; cause and effect as law of, TT: 78; character of, CH: 7-16; TM: 52; defined, JC: 24; P: 14; desire and fulfillment as principle of, TT: 79; equilibrium of, KL: 43; expression inevitable in, JC: 131; how to stir powers of, JC: 18, 19; inherencies of, KL: 58; in minia­ture, KL: 54; invisible and visible aspects of, ASP: 134; law of unfojdment in, TT: 24, 25; pleasure as an end contrary to law of, TM: 57; powers of, KL: 55; pure, KL: 170; spir­itual character as foundation of, MJ: 122; spiritual man and law of, MG: 117; spiritual man as sum total of attributes of, TM: 54; two-in-one of, KL: 58; unchangeable laws of, JC: 34, 59; where there is evidence of life, KL: 132; wisdom and love as expressive and receptive side of, MG: 27
Bela (king of Edom), MG: 289
Bela (son of Benjamin), MG: 349
Bela (or Zoar) (city of the Plain), MG: 126, 131
Belief, CH: 85, 86. See also Faith
Bellamy, Edward ("Looking Backward"), ASP: 31, 32
Ben-ammi, MG: 170
Benjamin, MG: 335-337, 340; (faith), MG: 236, 273, 275, 327, 328, 331-334, 349, 350, 370
Bera, king of Sodom (sense man, physical ego), MG: 130, 136, 137
Bered (place), MG: 149
Beriah, MG: 347
Bethany, MJ: 109, 110, 115
Beth-el (house of God), city, MG: 120, 123, 229, 248, 270, 271, 359, 360
Bethesda (pool), MJ: 57
Bethlehem (or Ephrath), MG: 273
Bethsaida, MJ: 21
Bethuel, MG: 186, 199, 208, 226
Bhakti (Disciples of Love), TT: 59
Bible, KL: 97; an allegory, MG: 231; and evolution, TP: 66, 61; and miracles, ASP: 83, 84; and overcoming, P: 96-97; as allegorical record of man, ASP: 116; as allegory, CH: 31; as exposition of mental laws and physiological estate of body, CH: 73, 74; as guide to spir­itual unfoldment, MG: 10, 11; as history of man, MG: 4, 5, 10, 159; as spiritual book, TP: 140; as textbook of absolute Truth, ASP: 162, 163; as textbook on redemption of man, ASP: 103; bears witness of Saviour, MJ: 66; characters of, as representing ideas, P: 50, 70, 179-180; key to, JC: 70, 71; man and his states of mind represented in, ASP: 80; mys­ticism and inspiration of, JC: 139; not suf­ficient to impart spiritual understanding, MJ: 65, 66; on "brain of the heart," TM; 90; on
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death, ASP: 142; on physiology TM: 40; vs. living Word, MJ: 65, 66. See also Scriptures
Bible Glossary of Antiquities (quoted), CH: 119
Bilhah, MG: 235, 237, 238, 240, 274, 275, 294
Bilhan, MG: 287
Birsha, king of Gomorrah, MG: 130
Birth, and rebirth, TT: 75-78; and rebirth explained, CH: 25, 26; new, MG: 174, 175, 177; MJ: 33, 34, 37, 38, 82; new, and its attainment, P: 179- See also Spirit
Blackstone, Sir William, on judgment, TM: 48; on law, P: 59
Blessing, MJ: 67-70; and the law of increase, P: 99-100; as releaser of substance, ASP: 102; im­portance of, KL: 80; of body temple, KL 168; significance of Jacob's, MG: 362-365 value of, MG: 223, 229, 258, 259; vs. cursing TP: 140-143
Blood, JC: 158; as symbol of primal life, JC: 152 importance of living element in, MG: 85; of Jesus, and Paul's conception of salvation, TT 167, 168; of Jesus, as life of God, ASP: 77 78, 169; of Jesus Christ (spiritual energy) MJ: 101, 102, 123, 124; purification MJ: 57 58; stream, MG: 37, 38. See also Jesus
Blood of Jesus, KL: 166; salvation through, KL 134; saving power of, KL: 28
Blood transfusion. See Jesus
Body, afflictions of, caused by misuse of generative life function, CH: 47; (and mind), har­monious, and faculties contributing to har-
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mony TT: 53; and soul, MG: 60, 61, 257, 258; and the power of imagination, CH: 104, 105; arresting death through man's realiza­tion of perfect, ASP: 121, 122; as Garden of Eden, TM: 163; as instrument of mind, ASP: 20; TT: 62; as precipitation of man's soul (mind), TP: 109, 110; as projection of man's idea, CH: 34; as record of man's thoughts, ASP: 118, 119, 121, 122; as representative of sum total of animal world, TM: 79, 81-82; as spiritual, KL: 22; as temple of God, ASP: 81, 94, 117, 118, 131, 144, 145; KL: 10, 22, 146, 167; MJ: 29; TT: 118-121; as trans­former of life, TT: 41, 42; attainment of perfection in, KL: 168; "body of Christ" as man's spiritual, ASP: 78; bringing forth ideal, MG: 33, 34; building a spiritual, by follow­ing directions of Spirit, TT: 97, 107; build­ing indestructible, MJ: 96, 97; cells in mathe­matical order, KL: 152; centers and sub-centers of thought in, CH: 45-47; co-opera­tion between mind and, MG: 263; creation and interrelation of physical and spiritual, JC: 186; danger from intellect's neglect of, MG: 259; denial and affirmation in relation to, TM: 128; elemental life forces of, MG: 47, 48; establishing the spiritual, ASP: 34; faculties or powers and nerve centers of, rep­resented by twelve disciples, TM: 16-23, 48-50; flesh body vs. ideal, JC: 52, 184; forces in, directed constructively or destructively by
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thought, ASP: 43, 44; fruit of the mind, KL: 125; glorifying God in one's, ASP: 80, 123; healing of, KL: 21; healing power stored in, JC: 156; human, as dynamo, JC: 14; MJ: 174; importance of attitude toward, MG: 260; innately spiritual, MG: 292; Jesus as demonstrator of imperishable, JC: 184, 185; layers of consciousness in, KL: 52; made up of centers of consciousness, ASP: 49; man's as meeting place of man and Jehovah, ASP: 80; man's, as temple in which Christ holds religious services, TT: 105, 106; man's cog­nizance of, KL: 59; man's soul encased in, MJ: 103, 104; natural, vs. spiritual, JC: 186; TP: 68, 69, 94; new, ASP: 24, 25, 43, 119, 157, 158; obedience of, to conscious or sub­conscious mind, MG: 262; of Christ, KL: 134; of Jesus, transparent, MJ: 181; of man, in relation to Divine Mind, KL: 19; on parallelism of change of thought and change of, TT: 116; outer expression of Garden of Eden, KL: 147; pent-up energy in atoms of, ASP: 11; perfect in mind, KL: 20, 69; present abode of Jesus Christ's, JC: 11, 12; product of the mind, KL: 10, 155; psychic, JC: 51; psychical and spiritual attributes of human, MG: 38; quickening life centers in, MJ: 111, 112; race thought about, JC: 184; radiant, ASP: 22, 23; recognition of importance, KL: 82; redemption of, as exemplified by Jesus, TM: 120; refining, ASP: 66, 67; regeneration
of, JC: 72, 73, 83, 84; regeneration of, not after death, TM: 120; regeneration (trans­formation) of man's, TP: 64, 65, 68, 69; re­newal of, through thought, KL: 98; renew­ing and spiritualizing, ASP: 142, 143; re­quires spiritual quickening, KL: 125; re­sponse of, to man's decree, TP: 78, 79; re­storation of, MJ: 109; resurrected body of Jesus vs. astral, ASP: 146, 147; resurrection of, JC: 13, 14; resurrection of, as taking place in man's mind, CH: 35; reveals radiant body, KL: 186; robbers of, KL: 123; saving, MG 179; spiritual refining of, TM: 125-129 symbols of, in story of Jacob and Esau, KL 81; thoughts on conditions of, KL: 118 transformation of, by right thinking, JC: 40-42, 163; transformation of man's, MJ: 173, 174; TT: 111-113, 153; transforming pro­cess of mind and, JC: 63; translated in chariots of fire, KL: 69; treasures of Spirit locked up in man's, MG: 36, 37; various con­ceptions of man's, ASP: 116-118; vs. ex­perience, TM: 45; vs. mind, MG: 224, 225. See also Christ; Esau; God; God-Mind; Jesus; Man; Regeneration; Resurrection; Spirit; Temple
"Body of Christ." See Church of Christ
Bondage, concerning, TT: 104
Book of Life. See Bible
Bowels, TM: 21, 144, 158
Brain, as the seat of telepathy, TP: 153, 154; evolved
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by mind, ASP: 34; faith and man's, ASP: 125.
See also Mind Brain cells. See Cells Brain testers, TP: 91 Bread, KL: 192; and wine, ASP: 77; JC: 144, 145,
158,159 Breath, MG: 34, 37
Browning, Elizabeth (quoted), TP: 11 Browning, Robert (quoted), ASP: 18; TP: 16 Brutus, in "Julius Caesar," ASP: 114 Bryant, William Cullen ("Thanatopsis") TT: 48 Burdens, on bearing, TT: 94, 95 Buz, MG: 185 Byron, Lord George Gordon (quoted), MG: 85:
TP:47
Caesar(s), MJ: 161, 162; in "Julius Caesar," ASP:
109, 110, 114; supermind and ephemeral,
ASP: 128 Caiaphas, MJ: 154 Cain (body), MG: 60-65, 70 Calah (city).MG: 99 Calneh (city),MG: 98
Calpurnia, in "Julius Caesar," ASP: 109-111 Calvary, "place of a skull," KL: 195 Cana, MJ: 24-26; "place of reeds," KL: 75 Canaan (son of Ham), MG: 84, 85, 89, 90, 96, 266,
284 Canaan, land of, MG: 103, 144, 146, 152, 153, 248,
264, 265, 269, 273, 276, 277, 324, 325, 339,
341, 342, 35-3, 354, 374, 376
Canaanites, MG: 269, 306, 373
Capernaum, MJ: 28, 73
Caphtorim, MG: 100
Cardiac plexus, as love center, KL: 34. See also Heart
Carlyle, Thomas, TP: 21, 25; (quoted), ASP: 156
Carmi,MG:344
Carnal mind, KL: 195
Carrel, Dr. Alexis (quoted), TP: 79
Casluhim, MG: 100
Cassius, in "Julius Caesar," ASP: 114
Cause and effect, ASP: 134, 135, 160; CH: 8, 9, 107; JC: 16, 92, 93, 132, 133, 136, 190, 191; KL: 46; MG: 351; P: 58, 146-147; TP: 73, 74, 98; TT: 8-10,78,161, 162
Cells, CH: 99; JC: 130, 138, 170, 176; TP: 82; TT: 153, 154; and ideas, JC: 72, 73; and thought(s), CH: 74, 75; JC: 127, 128, 192; and words, CH: 136, 137; as electric bat­teries, JC: 14, 185; as light and energy units, TP: 60, 61, 79; as mental entities, TM: 146; beliefs in consciousness as affecting body, TT: 49, 50; body, as centers of force, JC: 172, 173; brain, ASP: 14, 15, 84; CH: 86, 87, 96, 97; JC: 73, 160, 161; TP: 59, 91; elec­tronic energy imprisoned in body, ASP: 41; live vs. dead, JC: 12, 13; live vs. dead, and their relation to health, TT: 152; of body, KL: 39; of body of Jesus, ASP: 169; JC: 41, 146,194; transformation of, ASP: 24, 25, 157, 158; JC: 41, 52, 163; TP: 66
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Chaldea, and higher astronomy, ASP: 161; and history of creation, MG: 3
Change, KL: 39
Character, ASP: 104, 105; CH: 105, 106; TP: 11, 12, 118; delusions concerning, KL: 67; in­stability vs. stability of, MG: 306; spiritual, KL: 145; MJ: 122. See also Imagination
Charity, P: 152-153; on evils of, TT: 95; vs. love, CH: 134, 135
Chastity, MG: 269
Chedorlaomer, king of Elam, MG: 129, 133, 134
Cheerfulness, TP: 104-106. See also Health; Joy
Chemicalization, MG: 71
Cheran, MG: 286, 287
Chesed, MG: 186
Chezib (town), MG: 303, 304
Child training, TM: 105
Children, relation to the kingdom, KL: 107
Children of Israel, ASP: 83, 143; MG: 145, 178, 374; MJ: 75, 96, 97
China, MJ: 126; P: 90
"Chosen people," MG: 151
Christ, ASP: 80; MG: 12, 26, 33; MJ: 66, 76, 98, 99, 123, 134, 167; TT: 34, 35; all men as one in, P: 143-144; and His reign within man, TT: 131; and prayer, ASP: 30; and the soul, ASP: 151; MJ: 47, 48; as atonement, KL: 185; as church itself, MJ: 29, 30; as discerner of thoughts, MJ: 48; as fulfillment of exist­ence, MJ: 12; as God's divine idea of man, KL: 10, 15, 53, 63; as higher self, CH: 53;
MJ: 17; as individualized mind of God, TT: 169; as inner principle (Son of God), CH: 66, 67; as Jehovah, JC: 157, 182, 183; as life force, MJ: 31; as living principle, KL: 10, 54; as loving Mind, JC: 63; as name of God-Mind in man, JC: 178; as one's wisdom, ASP: 75, 76; as only-begotten Son, MJ: 38, 39; as our Father, TM: 54; as perfect body, KL: 12, 21, 26; as perfect God idea, MJ: 64, 65; as point of contact with race life, KL: 133; as Prince of Peace, TP: 101; as Saviour, MJ: 101, 102; as source of life force, ASP: 24, 25; as spiritual light in man's soul, TP: 61, 62; as spiritual mind in every individual, ASP: 100, 101; as subconscious inspiration, MG: 77; as superman, JC: 16; TP: 68; as the image and likeness, ASP: 100, 101; as the one great Teacher, KL: 140; as the one per­fect pattern, KL: 180; as the Son of God in man's soul, TM: 50, 118-119; as the Word of God, ASP: 135; as the Word (Logos), CH: 137; JC: 6; as true pattern for man, ASP: 122; as Truth, JC: 102; as universal man, KL: 110; asking and receiving in the name of, P: 36-37, 93; TP: 22, 85, 101, 102, 122, 123; atoms of, KL: 133; attaining con­sciousness of, TP: 43, 178; began series of physical incarnations, KL: 131; body of, KL: 134; MJ: 75, 112; body of, and regeneration, TT: 154, 155; born anew in, MJ: 82; bring­ing powers of man's being into subjection to,
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TT: 50; calling on strength of, MJ: 70, 71; consciousness of, to be formed in us, TM: 119-120; contacting mind of, ASP: 101; de­clares power of binding and loosing, KL: 117; denned, JC: 9-11; Elisha and Jesus as incarnations of, TP: 149, 150; equal to God, MJ: 61, 62; first and second coming of, in relation to man's mind, TM: 15, 68; indi­viduality of, KL: 16; indwelling (Saviour), MG: 82; Jesus' demonstration of, MG: 140; joy and freedom of, MG: 325, 326; listening with the mind to the voice of, TP: 117; love as requirement for entering consciousness of, CH: 137, 138; love of, as cleanser of man's mind, MJ: 127; man's access to, JC: 17; man's attachment to God through, TP: 12, 13; man's desire to bring forth, MG: 116, 141, 144; man's dominion over psychic realm through, TP: 52, 53; man's identity with, ASP: 23,103,104; man's true inner self, MG: 207, 208; mind of, as flesh and Spirit in man's consciousness, TP: 138, 139; mind of, man's channel to the all-providing substance of the Father, P: 74-75; moves in secret, MJ: 78; must enter every heart, MJ: 170; new birth in, TP: 69; new body in, ASP: 24, 25, 43; no loss or failure in realm of, MJ: 74, 75; Paul as disseminator of doctrine of, ASP: 27; Paul on having mind of, JC: 52; power of, JC: 96, 97; TT: 49; putting on, ASP: 36, 37, 70; CH: 26, 90; JC: 163, 173; MJ: 19, 20, 125, 126,
144, 145; radiance, KL: 151; represented by Jesus, MJ: 41, 80, 84-87, 114, 128, 156; risen, ASP: 170, 171; rising out of negative states of mind by calling upon name of, ASP: 82; selfish use of life center in organism (Judas) as betrayer of, CH: 58, 59; (spiritual ego, superconsciousness) as Saviour, CH: 59; (spiritual man) cannot experience death, MJ: 92; spoke often through Jesus, JC: 11; MJ: 92; state of consciousness in man as true body of, MG: 30; substance (body) and life (blood) of, JC: 158, 159; threefold significance of body of, ASP: 77-79; unity of original Spirit and indwelling, MJ: 52; universal incarna­tion of body of, ASP: 122; vs. Adversary, MJ: 158; withdrawal of the, MJ: 59, 105, 144, 145; (Word of God), MJ: 11, 14-16. See also Church of Christ; Consciousness; God; Je­hovah; Jesus; Man; Mind; Peter; Son of God
Christ consciousness, ASP: 44, 150, 151, 171; vs. Jesus consciousness, TT: 167-171
Christ I AM, JC: 157
Christ man, CH: 23, 107; JC: 9, 10, 28, 131, 132; MG: 25, 26; MJ: 13; TP: 110; age of, ASP: 130, 131; and seven creative centers in man, MG: 217; Jehovah God co-operating with Elohim God to develop, MG: 34. See also God-Mind
Christ Mind, CH: 98, 117, 120, 121; JC: 147, 149, 150, 153; KL: 71, 77; MG: 57, 58, 123, 127, 308; MJ: 19, 20, 23, 177; and Jesus, CH: 26,
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27; as supermind, ASP: 56; as unifying prin­ciple of race, JC: 131; vs. Pharisaical mind, MJ: 80-83, 113. See also Jehovah God
Christ Spirit, KL: 28; vs. "accusing conscience," P: 119-120
Christian, mental attitude of, KL: 76
Christianity, and law of evolution, MJ: 35-37; and modern science, JC: 142-144; and the Christ consciousness, MJ: 169, 170; as a science, CH: 30, 31, 43, 44; as demonstrable science of mind, ASP: 31; living God in, JC: 94; practical, as right relation of ideas and right thought, CH: 14; preservation of, MJ: 129; progressive nature of, KL: 37; pure, as taught by Jesus, vs. organized Christianity, TT: 101-113, 132, 133, 175, 176; renaissance of, ASP: 33, 34; teaching of, regarding human race, TT: 114
Christians (early), experiences in healing, KL: 174
Christlikeness, man's growth in, MG: 65
Church, as institution, MJ: 34
Church Fathers, and Shakespeare, ASP: 107, 108; and the Bible, ASP: 129
Church of Christ, KL: 115, 160; as exact science, TT: 110, 111; as aggregation of ideas, JC: 102; as man's spiritual body, TT: 105, 106, 112, 113; as state of consciousness, TT: 105, 106, 110; based on unity of Spirit, not on creeds, ASP: 78, 79; every department of man's ex­istence covered by, TT: 111; external or-
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ganization of, vs. minds and hearts of men, TT: 109
Circumcision, MG: 153, 154, 156
Gvilization, breakdown of man-made, MG: 109, 110; new, as higher state of consciousness, TT: 124-126
Clairvoyance, MJ: 21, 22
Clark, Glenn (quoted), TP: 3
Coat of many colors, MG: 293-295
Colorado River, KL: 40
Comforter, JC: 179, 182, 195; KL: 16, 17, 28; MJ: 81, 133, 134, 141, See also Holy Spirit
Common sense, vs. fanaticism, MJ: 119
Communion, JC: 24, 25, 32, 33; MG: 253; man's, with God, TT: 136, 137; with God, CH: 92; with the Father through Christ, TM: 118-119. See also God; Prayer; Silence
Concentration, and freedom, MJ: 88, 89; and realiza­tion, JC: 45; as mental magnet, JC: 44; equal to prayer, JC: 48; necessity for, KL: 120. See also Faith; Freedom; Prayer
Condemnation, MJ: 65, 85; as a boomerang, CH: 122, 123; vs. faith, CH: 89, 90, 93; vs. love, P: 110, 123-124
Confucius (quoted), MJ: 30
Conscience, KL: 43; how to heed, KL: 50
Conscious mind, CH: %, 97; MG: 40, 51, 52, 121, 122; and cellular life, ASP: 147; and fear, MG: 259; and subconscious mind, MG: 189-192, 204, 308; as director of subconscious
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mind, ASP: 76, 77; faith in relation to, MG: 17, 116; off guard during sleep, ASP: 109 Consciousness, JC: 64; KL: 11, 12, 15; MG: 107, 108, 128, 155, 156; TM: 72, 89; TP: 138, 139; Adam consciousness vs. Christ, JC: 40; Adamic, MG: 68, 82; adverse, MJ: 158; af­firmations for realization of, KL: 77, 78; altar the center of, KL: 145; and life, JC: 104, 105; and mind, JC: 31, 33, 34; and soul, MG: 157, 158, 165; and soul unfoldment, MJ: 22; as result of seed ideas, KL: 165; as soul, ASP: 151; attainment during Lent, KL: 140; body, MG: 209, 210, 217, 218, 233, 276-279; body affected by spiritual forces in man's, TM: 123-128; carnal, KL: 58; changing the, TM: 128-129; Christ, MG: 24, 136, 149; MJ: 82, 102; Christ and adulterous state of, MJ: 85; Christ mind as resurrecting power in, TM: 170; con­trol over, in mind, KL: 77; danger when lost, KL: 65; discernment of Truth establishes higher, MJ: 26, 27; emotional states of, MG: 219, 220; establishing spiritual body in, through divine ideas, ASP: 34; evolution of Jesus from sense consciousness to God, ASP 37, 38; faith, MG: 175; fears in, MG: 132 forming ideas into states of, MG: 116, 117 forming a harmonious and permanent, TT 71; foundation of, KL: 115; giving up "mind of the flesh" in, MG: 265; God's power in­corporated in, KL: 124; heaven and hell as good and evil states of, TP: 101, 138, 139,
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144, 178; heaven and hell within man's own, ASP: 97; high state of, MG: 82, 83, 167, 195, 248; I AM and "five-sense," MJ: 57; ideas and thought forms as God's two planes of, MG: 26, 27; in a "new country" a new, MG: 115, 127; incorporating body of Christ into, MJ: 75; intuitive judgment in, MG: 360; Jerusalem as spiritual center in, MJ: 56; Jesus' power on three planes of, MJ: 173; layers of, in body, KL: 52; makes heaven and hell, KL: 116; making superconsciousness an abiding state of, ASP: 36; man a manifesta­tion of various states of, MG: 293; manifest­ing that which is held in, ASP: 72; man's perfected, as God's house or temple, ASP: 94; mixed state of, MJ: 49, 82; of good and evil, TM: 42-43; of I AM power, ASP: 48, 49; of spiritual origin, KL: 67; personal, JC: 98; TT: 177; prayer awakens spiritual, ASP: 32, 33; primitive relation to cause, KL: 68; resting in Spirit, KL: 70; satanic, KL: 107; sense, MG: 24, 25, 45, 46, 49, 54, 63, 71, 97, 113, 124, 125, 131-133, 161, 162, 213, 258, 299, 339, 353; MJ: 116, 117; sense vs. spir­itual, MG: 88, 89, 115, 211; TM: 120-121, 124-125; separating the erroneous from the true in, ASP: 49; shattering men's fixed states of, by the spoken word, ASP: 54, 55; Spirit in man's, MG: 36, 173; spiritual, MG: 55, 69, 101, 204, 215, 227, 228, 233; MJ: 125, 126; spiritual (heaven), as man's rightful abode,
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TT: 88; spiritual, represented by Seth, TM 99; spiritual vs. material, P: 175-176, 179 thinking faculty as executive power in, TT 54; thoughts manifested as states of, ASP: 94, 95; three great factors in, TM: 164; three planes of, MG: 84, 85; through righteous thinking, KL: 141; transmutation of body, MG: 173, 174; true church of Christ as state of, TT: 105, 106, 110; two planes of, KL: 176. See also Christ; Denial; Jesus; Mel-chizedek; Prosperity
Conversation, KL: 162
Consolation, MJ: 168
Contrariness, CH: 111. See also Will
Conversion, ASP: 154, 155; CH: 57, 58; TP: 162, 163. See also Repentance
Courage, KL: 36; vs. fear, MG: 257, 258. See also Love
Covenant, MG: 85, 86, 123, 124, 155, 211; of Jacob, KL:84
Covetousness, as hindrance to successful community life, P: 149-151
Creation, JC: 140, 141, 186, 187; and faith, JC: 100, 101; and time, MG: 44, 45; as evolution of ideas in mind, MG: 45; God as inseparable part of, MG: 13; God's ideal conception of, JC: 16; imperfect, as man's fault, TT: 116, 117; man as co-operator in God's plan of, ASP: 95-97; man most important factor in, KL: 110; no evidence anywhere of a miraculous, ASP: 139; of God and man, difference be-
tween, KL: 176; outer world not a safe pat­tern for, CH: 99-101; science and theological explanation of, ASP: 85; spiritual, as idea­tion in Truth, MG: 32, 33; steps in, KL: 19, 61; stories of, found in legends of Egypt and Chaldea, MG: 3; transitory vs. permanent, TT: 70
Creative center, faith-thinking faculty, KL: 114 Creative mind. See Mind Creative source, right conception of, KL: 25 Credit system, use and abuse of, P: 128 Creed (s). See Dogma Crile, Dr. George W., JC: 191, 192 Criticism. See Condemnation; Error Cross, as a symbol, TM: 156. See also Crucifixion; Jesus
Crucifixion, ASP: 42, 144, 145; JC: 184, 185; KL: 194; MG: 71; MJ: 145, 154, 162, 163, 172, 173; TP: 64; of error, ASP: 155; significance of, JC: 163
Crusades, ASP: 59
Cup, Joseph's, MG: 335
Current(s), of universal life, KL: 73; that animate
body, KL: 74 Cush, land of, MG: 37 Cush (son of Ham), MG: 95-97
Damascus, ASP: 26-28; MG: 135, 136
Dan (judgment), MG: 135, 238, 275, 351, 368
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Daniel, MG: 188; TM: 94; TT: 47, 136; and king of Babylon, ASP: 19; and the king's dainties, ASP: 20, 21
Daniel (dreams), CH: 102, 103
Darwin, Charles Robert, CH: 30; JC: 191, 192; MJ:36
David, KL: 31; MG: 41, 220, 221; P: 65, 182-185; and the Psalms, TP: 135, 136; not forebear of the Lord or Christ but of Jesus, ASP: 100
David and Goliath, represented as spiritual and physical strength, TM: 36
"Day of judgment," ASP: 45, 46, 48, 49, 155; JC: 161
Daydreams, CH: 96. See also Imagination
Daydreamers, JC: 113, 114
Death, JC: 146; MG: 130, 154, 206; and sleep as brothers in metaphysical sense, TT: 46, 48, 147; as defined by Webster, TT: 38; as denial of God's idea of life, TT: 149; as result of separation from God, MG: 39; as result of transgression of law (called sin), ASP: 131, 142; as result of wrong concept and use of life, TT: 45; as wrong conception of life, MJ: 62, 63; belief in, MG: 106; brought on by man, KL: 94; cause of, KL: 19; demon­strating over, MJ: 63, 65, 66, 92, 93, 165; denying power of, MJ: 109, HO, 168; error of belief in, KL: 96; first and second, ex­plained, TT: 146-150; good experiences pre­served in subconscious after, MG: 358, 360; how to save our bodies from, KL: 21; ideas
of, vs. ideas of life, and their effect on man's body, TT: 150, 151; life or, ASP: 53, 54; microbe of, TT: 19, 20; nature of, JC: 189, 190; of personal self, MJ: 179, 180; over­coming, ASP: 24, 25, 124, 143-149, 151; JC: 90, 91, 131-133, 162, 163; TT: 111-116, 164; on saving body from, by seeing it as temple of God, TT: 118; on what happens after, TT: 159; Paul on, ASP: 120, 121; TT: 47, 146, 147; separation of mind and body in, JC: 73; sorrow at, TP: 134; vs. life, MJ: 167, 168; when it came into the world, KL: 131. See also Sin
Deborah, MG: 271
Debt, denying, but not disclaiming payments owed or due, P: 123; idea of, in relation to idea of lack, P: 120-121, 123; way of getting out and staying out of, P: 124
Debtor, holding the right thought about one's, P: 120-122, 126
Decius, in "Julius Caesar," ASP: 110
Decreeing. See Affirmation; Word
Dedan (son of Jokshan), MG: 202, 203
Dedan (son of Raamah), MG: 97
Degeneration, KL: 131
Deity, foundation of, KL: 61
Delilah. See Samson and Delilah
Demand and supply, P: 18-19, 53, 73, 93-94
Demons, casting out, TM: 66
Demonstration, JC: 175, 176; MG: 143, 144; af­firmation and, MG: 199; and obedience to
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God's guidance, MG: 87; and the "Sabbath," MJ: 59; and thoughts, JC: 112; as a "sign," MJ: 118; as "fruit" of thought, MJ: 115; crucifixion as, MJ: 145; example of, KL: 146; failure in, MJ: 177; hindrances to, KL: 18; how to make, KL: 18; importance of making one's own, MJ: 143; mental resur­rection and body, ASP: 120; of supermind, ASP: 127, 130; of unseen forces, JC: 159; others helped in every individual, ASP: 42, 43; reasons for failure in, TT: 85, 86; secret of, JC: 133, 134; P: 37, 99-100; spiritual, MG: 148, 149; three steps in, JC: 109. See also God Denial, ASP: 71, 72; KL: 63, 141; MG: 78, 158, 320, 360; MJ: 98, 99, 168, 169; and affirma­tion, applied to condemnation and justice, CH: 125; and forgiveness of sin, CH: 57, 58 as metaphysical remedy for selfishness, CH 53; as redeemer of man's consciousness, TM 150, 156; as repentance, KL: 141; baptism through, MJ: 17; cleansing consciousness by, MJ: 29; dissolving power of, KL: 63; how to make, KL: 64; importance of both affirma­tion and, JC: 129; P: 98-99, 157-158, 175-176, 178-179; judgment and, ASP: 45-47; of past and future, ASP: 157; of self, KL: 53, 195; MJ: 17, 179, 180; power of, TT: 82, 83; TM: 128; power of, to dissolve all dis­cordant and disease-forming words, CH: 69,
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"Depressions." See Lack
Descartes, KL: 121
Desire, TT: 40; and experience, TT: 79-82; and fulfillment, CH: 108, 109; MJ: 139; and prayer, TP: 4; as forerunner of fulfillment, P: 27-28; as form of prayer, KL: 146; basical­ly good, TM: 131; intemperate, MJ: 88, 89; vs. fulfillment, TT: 77, 78
Devil, KL: 61; TM: 66, 69-70. See also Adversary; Satan
Diet, and health, ASP: 51, 52
Diklah, MG: 106
Dinah, MG: 242, 266, 269, 346, 365, 366
Dinhabah, MG: 289
Diogenes, P: 90-91,163; TT: 75
Discernment, spiritual, JC: 92, 93, 103, 139
Disciples, calling of, TM: 15, 50: nerve centers rep­resented by, MJ: 24, 25; resurrection and skepticism of, ASP: 145, 146; twelve, as egos or identities in the body consciousness, TM: 15-16,45,48-50, 62; TT: 52
Disciples of Love. See Bhakti
Discrimination, ASP: 57
Disease, KL: 22; and serums, TM: 147-148; and the spoken word, CH: 64-66; as result of in­dulgence in sex, TM: 145-147; as result of selfish attitudes and aims, CH: 52-54; as un­real, TP: 130, 131; not natural, TT: 120; not of God, TT: 56; on overcoming, TT: 115,
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116; thinking body into, CH: 45; vs. health, ASP: 71, 72; TT: 39
Disease germs, ASP: 104; JC: 173,174
Dishan,MG: 284,288
Dishon, MG: 284, 286
Disobedience, and sickness, in Scriptures, JC: 53
Divine love. See God, as love
Divine Mind, JC: 5, 24, 67, 77, 81, 83, 102, 121, 146, 162,173, 175,176, 179; MG: 22, 23, 177, 178, 349; TM: 17, 23, 29, 35, 38-39, 61, 66, 79, 113; all is good to, MG: 19, 28; and ideas, MG: 11, 17-19, 38, 39, 57, 85, 86; co-operat­ing with, MG: 20, 21, 28; how to express in body, KL: 21; Jesus' union with, MJ: 172, 173; lifting man's consciousness to allness of, MG: 209, 210; man as offspring (idea) of, MG: 12, 13; order in, MG: 241; perfect-man idea in, MJ: 39, 97, 98; soul's evolution under guidance of, MG: 218; two phases of mental activity in, MG: 27. See also God-Mind; Mind
Divine sonship, represented by Isaac, MG: 141, 144, 148, 149, 204, 205, 214, 216
Divinity, believing in one's own, MJ: 38, 39
Doctors, JC: 80; and faith, JC: 107-109
Dodanim, MG: 95
Dogma, TM: 111-112; as obstructor of soul's prog­ress, TT: 104, 105
Dominion, ASP: 34, 53, 63; MG: 185, 274
Doubt, JC: 106; and blind faith, CH: 88; vs. con­fidence, ASP: 74, 75; vs. faith in the expres-
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Dreams, JC: 82, 195; KL: 155; MG: 139, 144, 145, 173, 219, 220, 227, 228, 247, 313, 314; MJ: 22; TP: 51, 52; TM: 72-78, 84, 94; and the Holy Spirit, TT: 136, 137; and the super-conscious mind, P: 31-32; and the vital forces, ASP: 158; as means of communication be­tween God and man, CH: 102, 103; Daniel's interpretation of, ASP: 19, 20; imagination and, MG: 295; interpreting, MG: 293-295, 317; Shakespeare and, ASP: 109, 111; the I AM and the subconscious mind in, ASP: 109; visions, and spiritual experiences, CH: 36, 101-104. See also Revelation
Drummond, Henry (quoted), MJ: 117; on love, CH: 133, 134; TM: 41
Duality, consciousness of, MG: 321, 322
Dumah, MG: 206
Eadie, John ("Biblical Cyclopaedia"), CH: 18 Ear(s), TM: 108, 140; and excessive meditation, TP: 117, 118; as auditory center in brain, TP: 117 Early Christians, faith of, CH: 88 Earth, forming of new, ASP: 51; universal matrix,
KL: 184 Earthquake, and race mind, ASP: 29 Easter, KL: 139, 197; lesson of, ASP: 143 Eating, Paul's views on, ASP: 20, 21; relation be­tween thinking and, ASP: 72, 73. See also Diet
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Eber, MG: 103, 105
Economic problems. See Problems; World
Economy, new, ASP: 35
Eddington, Sir Arthur (quoted), P: 4-5
Eden, Garden of, KL: 130, 147; prototype of, with­in the human soul, TM: 56. See also Garden of Eden
Edenic state, KL: 115
Eder (tower), MG: 274
Edison, on atoms, KL: 69; Thomas Alva, ASP: 63, 64; JC: 44, 45
Edmund, in "'King Lear," ASP: 113
Edom (Esau), MG: 210, 211, 279, 290, 292. See also Esau
Edom, land of, MG: 257, 289
Edomites, MG: 283
Ego, KL: 55; as I AM, TT: 77, 78
Egos, See Disciples
Egotism, MG: 120, 144, 170; as destroyer of spir­ituality, ASP: 103; repressing, ASP: 102, 103. See also Will
Egypt, KL: 56; MG: 144, 152, 295, 301, 320, 352, 370, 373, 374; and higher astronomy, ASP: 161; and history of creation, MG: 3; as the subconscious realm, MG: 145, 321, 335; (materialism), ASP: 54, 55; plagues of, MG: 122, 172; (seat of the vital processes; sense —body—consciousness), MG: 120-124, 134, 299, 307, 308, 323-325, 327-330, 332, 339-
342, 354, 355, 375; (substance), MG: 329, 352
Ehi (or Aharah), MG: 350
Einstein, Albert (quoted), JC: 49, 50; TM: 86-88
Elah, MG: 292
Elam, MG: 103
Elam (country), MG: 129
El-beth-el (holy place), MG: 271
Eldaah, MG: 203
Electricity, and faith, ASP: 14, 15, 125; JC: 44, 45; metaphor for mind action, KL: 47-48; mod­ern scientific view, KL: 132
Electrons, ASP: 84, 125; spiritual, KL: 166
El-Elohe-Israel, MG: 265
Elements, and mind, ASP: 29
Eliezer (of Damascus), MG: 144
Elijah, ASP: 9, 10, 127; CH: 80; JC: 75, 126; KL 3, 69; P: 33-34, 134; TM: 89; TP: 72, 137 TT: 9, 58; example of penitence, KL: 138 (fulfillment), ASP: 156, 157; penetrated atoms by power of thought, KL: 179
Elimination, represented by Naphtali, MG: 275. See also Renunciation
Eliphaz, JC: 144; MG: 277, 279, 280; TP: 85
Elisha, ASP: 9, 125; JC: 75; and Naaman the Syrian, interpreted, TP: 148-153; and the law of prosperity, interpreted, P: 99-101, 113-114; TP: 33, 34 Elishah, MG: 95
Elohim (Elohim God), CH: 32; JC: 45, 140, 141, 186; KL: 132, 177; MG: 192, 193; TM: 53,
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Elon (son of Zebulun), MG: 346
Elon (the Hittite), MG: 217, 218
El-paran (region), MG: 132,133
El Shaddai ("Almighty," "Nourisher," or "Strength-giver"), ASP: 98; MG: 150; MJ: 73, 74
Emerson, JC: 87, 149; TM: 9, 138-139, 169; TP: 36, 57, 58; on enthusiasm, JC: 174; (quoted), ASP: 33, 34, 137, 138; P: 112; TT: 9, 26
Emim (race of giants), MG: 132
Emmaus, ASP: 145, 146
Emotions, conflict of, detrimental to nervous system, TM: 134
Emphatic Diaglott (quoted), ASP: 162, 170
Enaim (orEnam) (city),MG: 306
End of the age (world), KL: 26, 40-42
Energy, JC: 42, 43, 138, 145; and prayer, ASP: 40; as life source, KL: 125; atomic, ASP: 50, 51, 65; divine wisdom and universal, ASP: 91; electronic, as related to the human body, ASP: 14, 15; TM: 4-6; ether, ASP: 10; Holy Spirit as dynamic, ASP: 66, 67; omnipresent in atoms, KL: 132; pent-up, in body, ASP: 11; radiated by minds, KL: 80; release of, KL: 71; represented by Gehenna, TM: 6; spiritual, ASP: 9, 10; JC: 104, 146, 147; MJ: 101, 102, 109-112. See also Blood; Thought
En-mishpat (or Kadesh) (place), MG: 133
Enoch (son of Cain), MG: 62
Enoch (son of Jared), MG: 67, 69
Enosh, MG: 65, 66, 68
Enthusiasm, JC: 174,175. See also Zeal
Environment, thought and, ASP: 48
Ephah, MG: 203
Epher,MG:203
Ephraim, (city), MJ: 114; (will), MG: 319, 320, 348, 359, 360, 362, 363, 376. See also Manas­seh
Ephraim and Manasseh, represented as will and un­derstanding, CH: 109,110
Ephrath (or Bethlehem), MG: 273, 360, 36l
Ephron, MG: 191-193, 204
Er, MG: 303, 345
Erech (city),MG: 98
Eri, MG: 347
Error, abstinence from, KL: 141; brings its own destruction, MG: 217; deeply rooted in sub­conscious, KL: 193; denial of, KL: 141; depth of our bondage to, KL: 127; destruc­tion of, KL: 191; faithfulness to high ideas defeats, MG: 299, 300; has no power in it­self, KL: 141; joy in overcoming, KL: 189; magnifying, as subtle adversary, TT: 87; necessity for denial of, KL: 64; three steps in overcoming, KL: 195; unreality of, TP: 129, 131
Esau, KL: 78, 79; (body), TP: 139-146; (body con­sciousness), MG: 209-212, 217, 218, 220, 221, 223, 227, 232, 252, 254, 257-259,
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Esdras, TM: 63
Esek(well),MG: 215
Eshban, MG: 286, 287
Eshcol, MG: 135
Ether, CH: 62, 63, 68, 99, 100, 103, 104; MG: 34, 35, 368; MJ: 69, 70, 174, 175; TT: 55, 61, 163; and omnipresent Mind, JC: 140; and space, JC: 143; and the spoken word, TP: 77; cosmic (spiritual), as "kingdom of the heavens," ASP: 10, 11, 40, 58; effect of send­ing our word into, ASP: 54, 55; faith and spiritual, ASP: 125; hearing capacity extended into spiritual, ASP: 56, 57; in science and metaphysics, P: 4-5, 10-13, 80; TP: 15, 52, 53, 71, 72, 97, 98, 109, 110, 131; signs of "second coming" in cosmic, ASP: 169, 170; spiritual, TP: 19, 28, 29, 32, 43, 74, 75, 139; spiritual, as zone of spiritual force, JC: 83, 84, 157. See also Vibration
Ethers, spiritual, KL: 11
Eugenics, ASP: 33, 34
Euphrates (river), MG: 38, 146
Europe, ASP: 59; better foods following meat short­age in, ASP: 51, 52
Eutychus, TP: 162
Eve, CH: 31, 112; MJ: 24; as soul of man and mother principle of God, MG: 55, 56; Moth­er, P: 72; represented as soul of race, TP: 64. See also Adam
Evil, ASP: 114, 155; MG: 35, 36, 39, 43, 45, 46, 48, 57, 68, 123, 129, 265; TT: 22, 39, 40; as parasite, MJ: 4, 5; denial of, KL: 152; deny­ing, TT: 56; destruction of, KL: 191; fear of, MG: 350; God's responsibility for good and, MJ: 3, 4; impregnability to, MJ: 150, 151; Jesus on the nature of, MJ: 5; on pronounc­ing nothing, CH: 93; sublimation of, MG: 291
Evolution, JC: 54, 55; MG: 25, 26, 323; age of man and this, ASP: 70; Christ or Son-of-God, JC: 10; in science and religion, TP: 66-68; law of, MJ: 36, 37; man's, MG: 171, 223, 224; mind, ideas and, MG: 13, 14; race, KL: 27, 130, 134; sloughing off of parts of con­sciousness necessary to, ASP: 154; soul, MG: 140, 218, 299, 301, 320; spiritual, KL: 165. See also Christianity; Man; Unfoldment
Exodus, ASP: 80
Experience(s), TT: 114; as severe schoolmaster, CH: 112; good out of bitter, MG: 183; "school of fools," KL: 45; spiritual vs. psychic, ASP: 23
Eye(s), TM: 108, 140-141; limited in sight, KL: 164; mental, KL: 148
Ezbon, MG: 347
Ezekiel, KL: 91
Ezer, MG: 284, 287
Faculties, as viewed by physiologists, psychologists, and metaphysicians, CH: 86, 87; develop-
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137 Failure, ASP: 105; as way to larger life, ASP: 75, 76 Faith, ASP: 10, 11, 104; CH: 80, 81; JC: 15, 44, 53, 74, 101, 111, 144, 156; KL: 110, 148; MG: 73, 74, 148, 181; MJ: 37, 54, 70, 128; P: 42-55; TP: 174; and concentration in prayer, TP: 32; and healing, MJ: 54, 55; TP: 27-32, 152, 153; and instantaneous healing, JC: 56; and life, MJ: 110, 111; and material reme­dies, JC: 104; and prayer going hand in hand, CH: 89; and substance, MJ: 74, 75; and the All-Presence, CH: 66, 61; and the spoken word, TM: 29-30; and the subcon­scious, P: 45; as a factor in practical life, P: 50; as applied to the demonstration of prosperity, P: 42; as basis of all action, JC: 107; as essential to prayer, TP: 157; as essen­tial to success, CH: 90, 91; as ever active, CH: 90; as result of many affirmations, KL: 143; as substance of ideas, P: 43, 161; as sub-
stance of mind, JC: 35, 101; as superenthu-siasm, JC: 175; blind, JC: 106; blind, vs. "higher criticism," MJ: 172; center in man's brain, KL: 148; center of, ASP: 40; defined, JC: 100, 101; electricity and, ASP: 14, 125; established in love, MJ: 179; fulfillment as result of, ASP: 74, 75; has stages of growth, MG: 140; how to develop, KL: 72; in God, not in things, as source of true and abiding prosperity, P: 49-50, 91, 187; in spiritual reality, MG: 125, 126; increase of, through tithing, P: 138; intellectual faith vs. spir­itual, TM: 27-28; Jesus' faith vs. blind, CH: 76, 77; miraculous power of, JC: 75; nega­tive, MG: 119, 134, 165, 167; not limited to religious experience, CH: 83, 84; Paul on, CH: 85; MG: 116; P: 42-43; productive re­sults of active, MG: 142, 143; represented by Abraham, MG: 116-119, 123, 124, 127, 134, 135, 140-144, 148, 151, 152, 157-159, 161, 162,165, 168,169,171-187,192-195,199, 201, 202, 204, 214, 216; represented by Benjamin, MG: 236, 275, 327, 328, 331-334, 349, 350, 370; represented by Peter, ASP: 152, 153; JC: 47, 102, 103; MJ: 20, 68, 69, 126, 127, 153-155, 179, 180; TM: 17-18, 24-33; TT: 52-54; seat of, TM: 16, 31; Spirit of life and understanding, MJ: 81; spiritual healing de­pendent upon, ASP: 76; strengthened with each trial, MG: 177, 178; trust as cheaper brand of, TM: 29; understanding, JC: 72;
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understanding, and spiritual development, CH: 37; vs. belief, CH: 85, 86; vs. doubt, JC: 106. See also Creation; Imagination; Love; Man; Prayer
Faithfulness, rewards of, MG: 311
Faith-thinking, KL: 110; food of, KL: 119; most important power of man, KL: 113; nature of.KL: 119
"Fall of man," explained, TT: 161, 163
Famine. See Poverty
Fanaticism, MJ: 119
Farming, and tithing, P: 138-140
Farrar, Archdeacon Frederick William (quoted), CH: 123, 124
Fasting, KL: 4, 5, 140; MJ: 51, 75
Father, CH: 26, 66, 67; JC: 50, 95, 97, 135, 141,187; MJ: 74, 75, 86; TP: 3, 5, 16, 17, 28, 65, 84, 85, 128, 168-174, 177, 178; TT: 35-37, 64, 72, 90-92, 173, 174, 178; access to, through Jesus Christ as Son of God, JC: 19; and for­giveness, P: 118-119, 122; as all-providing substance of good, P: 3, 5, 17, 40, 51, 57, 61-63, 68, 75, 98, 133, 144, 186; as God-Mind, MJ: 137; as man's provider and pro­tector, TT: 94, 95; as principle of life with­in man, MJ: 131, 132; as provider, JC: 18, 68, 109; as Spirit, JC: 98, 99; as supermind, TP: 81, 82; communion with, through Christ the Son, TM: 115-118; connection of man's indwelling life with, MJ: 168; culti­vating communion with, ASP: 21; finding
the, in man's inner temple, TT: 97, 98; God known as, when individually formed in man's consciousness, CH: 16; glory of, made mani­fest through Son, TT: 24; going direct to, MJ: 146; Jesus' at-one-ment (unity) with, MJ: 129,131, 132; Jesus, on man's unity with, CH: 25; Jesus' recognition of mind as, ASP: 40; man's oneness with, ASP: 71, 104; MJ: 133, 134; TT: 98, 142, 143, 166; revealed to us as Spirit, TM: 122; self-righteousness as barrier to love of, JC: 70; Son, and Holy Ghost, as mind, idea, and expression, CH: 20; Son, and Holy Ghost, as principle, ideal, and formative word, MJ: 92, 93, 136; TT: 68, 134; Son, Holy Spirit, JC: 64,121, 122; work­ing in unity with, JC: 143. See also Creative Mind Father-Mind, CH: 13-15, 76; JC: 4, 17, 63, 64, 83, 131, 177-179; MG: 292; MJ: 18, 19, 73, 162, 163; P: 62; TM: 113, TP: 87, 88, 177-178 Father-Mother God, TP: 40, 41 "Father of lights," TP: 120, 121 "Father's house," on getting back to, CH: 35 Fathers of the Greek church, TP: 166, 167 Fear, JC: 57; MG: 101, 132, 148, 257-259, 281; TP: 178; as a habit, TP: 112; as breeder of pov­erty, P: 103; as cause of stagnation in cir­culation of money, P: 47-48; erasing, JC: 168, 169; microbe of, TT: 19; vs. love, MG: 281; TP: 112-115. See also Love
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Fenton, Ferrar, MG: 3, 15, 21, 109; ("Complete Bible in Modern English"), MJ: 12; on Lord's Prayer, TP: 3; KL: 108
Financier, Jacob, KL: 84
Fire, of God, KL: 191
Flesh, animal tendencies (soul) acquired by eating animal, MG: 85; as man's obedient servant, TT: 79; as state of consciousness, TT: 77; loosing bonds of, with words, TT: 82, 83; saving from corruption, KL: 151; symbols of, in story of Jacob and Esau, KL: 81; vs. Spirit, MJ: 112; TT: 75-88
"Flood," MG: 72, 74-84, 87, 90
Food, MG: 85; blessing one's, ASP: 72, 73; effect of, on receptivity to Spirit, ASP: 20, 21
Forces, utilizing and controlling atomic, ASP: 66
Forehead, as center of consciousness, JC: 152; as seat of intellectual perception, MJ: 44; as seat of will and understanding, CH: 109
Forgiveness, and healing, JC: 57, 58, 60; and understanding, JC: 61; importance of, in settling debts, P: 117-122; of others, JC: 60, 61, 68; on, of sins, MJ: 17; TP: 173, 174; significance of, JC: 58, 59; true repentance followed by, MG: 337
Forty, symbolic number, KL: 3
Fountain, of pure life, KL: 123
Fourth dimension, MJ: 23; as state of existence, TM: 8; how to enter, KL: 170; (kingdom of God), ASP: 62
Fox, George ("Journal"), TM: 80
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Fox sisters, Margaret, Catharine, Leah (spiritual­ists), ASP: 111
Franklin, Benjamin, TP: 81
Free will, TM: 103-140; and creation, ASP: 96, 97
Freedom, MJ: 88-90; imprisoned life and, MJ: 112; vs. license, CH: 112, 113
"Freewill offering," vs. commercial standard of pay­ment, P: 149, 153-155
Friendship, MG: 113, 127
Froebel, Friedrich, TM: 39
Front brain, as seat of conscious thought, MG: 127; as seat of imagination, CH: 99, 100; as seat of understanding, MJ: 171; TM: 16, 21, 91; as seat of will, MJ: 162, 171; (between the eyes), as seat of imagination, TM: 16, 20, 71; (center), as seat of will, TM: 16, 21-22, 100-101
Front forehead, as seat of intellect, TP: 25
Fulfillment, MG: 143, 144; MJ: 111, 139; and faith, ASP: 74, 75; represented by Elijah, ASP: 156, 157; spiritual, TP: 60-65. See also Spirit
Future, KL: 45, 46; body renewal and denial of, ASP: 157
Gabbatha, MJ: 161
Gad (power), MG: 239, 275, 276, 346, 351, 368
Gaham, MG: 187
Galeed (cairn), MG: 252. See also Jegar—
sahadutha Galilee, MJ: 24-26, 46, 47, 52, 77, 169, 170; "rolling
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Galton, Sir Francis (quoted), ASP: 33, 34
Ganglionic centers, MG: 321
Garden of Eden, CH: 31, 34, 37, 38, 47, 48, 70; JC: 158, 177, 178; MJ: 61; P: 54, 96-97; TP: 97, 124; TT: 16, 36, 45, 96, 151; as allegory, MG: 25, 45; as antedating formation of this planet, TT: 163; as divine consciousness, MG: 57, 58; as etheric universe (cosmic ether), MG: 34, 35, 38; in man, MG: 34, 35, 38, 39; restoration of, on earth, TT: 122, 123
Gatam, MG: 279
Gaza ("citadel of strength"), TM: 18-19; (Philis­tine city), MG: 102
Gehenna, TM: 5-6; (Valley of Hinnom), CH: 123, 124
Generation, MG: 177, 178, 183; meaning of, ASP: 31, 32; vs. regeneration, MG: 306
Generative center, as seat of life, CH: 46, 47; TM: 16, 22-23,161-164
Genesis, CH: 47, 72, 74, 98; JC: 140, l4l, 165; MJ: 12, 73; TM: 81, 102-105; TP: 39, 48, 49, 55, 56, 60, 77, 78, 97, 144, 166; TT: 14, 15; 2d chapter of, interpreted, P: 33; in­terpreted, CH: 31-33; seven-day creation in, ASP: 12; six days of creation and day of rest in, interpreted, MG: 11, 14-28, 31; P: 83-86, 95; spiritual man as theme of, MG: 323
Genius, JC: 113; and intuition, JC: 48; musical, JC: 49
Gera, MG: 349
Gerar (Philistine town), MG: 102, 171, 213
Gershon, MG: 344, 345
Gether, MG: 104
Gethsemane, KL: 134, 193; MJ: 152
Gideon, ASP: 54
Gift, KL: 104; blessing behind, MJ: 143; vs. bribe, P: 142-143
Gihon (river), MG: 37
Gilead (mountain), MG: 248, 298
Girgashite, MG: 101
Giving, law of, MJ: 119; Paul on grace of, P: 133-136
Giving and receiving, law of, P: 145-158; TM: 26-27; as based on love and justice, P: 150-155; on observances for keeping law of, P: 134-135
Glorification, MJ: 147-151
Goat thoughts, ASP: 46, 47
God, accessibility of, TT: 10-12; and man as the "image" and "likeness," ASP: 18, 53, 117; TP: 55, 56, 60; and the Sabbath, TM: 112-113, 116-118; and the Word, as presented by John, TT: 66; as a person, vs. God as mind, JC: 34-36; as absolute good, KL: 9, 25, 68; as all-potential mind, TT: 116, 117; as ani­mating principle of creation, JC: 190, 191; as Christ in man, MJ: 62; as creative prin­ciple, KL: 169; as Creator and ruler of uni­verse, KL: 9; as consuming fire, KL: 191; as Father, JC: 98, 109, 190; MJ: 60, 89, 90; as Father-Mother, and all men and women as
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common family, TT: 81, 99; as Father of man, CH: 8, 131, 132; as formless, P: 14, 95; as fount of wisdom and source of supply, CH: 98; as giver of ideas, P: 31, 75, 161-162; as good, CH: 10, 11, 93; as guiding light, MG: 149; as healer of every disease, TP: 177; as health, JC: 23, 30-32, 53; as impartial and just, ASP: 60; as indwelling Mind, CH: 81; as infinite, vs. God as a person, TT: 9,
10,  104; as Intelligence, KL: 61; as intelli­gence, understanding, MG: 131, 203, 206, 207; as joy, TP: 45; as justice, CH: 120; as lawgiver, JC: 58, 59; as life, JC: 29, 104; as life-giving atom, KL: 132; as life, love, sub­stance, and intelligence, TM: 131-132, 163; as life, substance, and intelligence, TP: 94; as love, CH: 120, 137, 138; JC: 26, 27, 29, 35; P: 102-103, 108-110, 118, 122, 182-185; TM: 56; TT: 8, 9, 64; as male and female prin­ciple, MJ: 73, 74; as man's higher self, TT:
11,  12; as man's provider, ASP: 102; as man's resource, TP: 89; as mind, CH: 18; JC: 30-34, 63; MG: 3, 4, 13, 14,18, 25; as mind, first in Trinity, KL: 14; as mind-principle, CH: 92; as multitude of creative forces, TP: 137; as omnipresent intelligence, TT: 13; as omni­present spiritual force, CH: 15; as one and only mind, ASP: 93; as origin of all, TT: 70 as partner in man's prosperity, KL: 105; MG 229, 230; as personality vs. God as law, ASP 127, 128; as personality vs. God as Principle
TM: 52; as potential, unformed will, KL: 157; as power, JC: 25-27; as principle, JC: 34, 71; KL: 9, 14, 54; as principle of life im­manent in universe, MJ: 125, 126; as saving power in man, MG: 95; as silent partner, TP 40, 147; as source of all, MG: 138, 229, 230 as Spirit, ASP: 34, 59-62, 78, 79, 135, 136 CH: 26, 66, 61; JC: 14, 17, 28, 29, 46, 47 73, 74, 78, 185; MG: 290; MJ: 46, 47; P: 47 51, 95, 179; TP: 4, 5, 14, 15, 67, 93, 94, 177 TM: 135; as Spirit or Mind, TT: 7-9, 97, 98 as "still small voice," JC: 27, 28; as sub­stance, KL: 14, 61; P: 13-14, 22-24, 49, 103; as supply, P: 67-68, 83, 157-158, 178-179; as supreme knowing, CH: 112; KL: 156; as the only power, TP: 49; as the source of all creation, ASP: 59,' as Truth, JC: 30; as un­changing Principle, P: 46, 58; as unitary and as diverse, ASP: 19; as wisdom, ASP: 92; as wisdom, intelligence, and substance, JC: 26, 27; body (man) as house (temple) of, MG: 228-230, 260, 262, 271; MJ: 29; character of, JC: 177; MG: 13; Christ (ideal man), as only Son of, TT: 167; clue to character of, in man's mind, ASP: 97; created ideas of body, KL: 167; daily communion with, ASP: 30, 31; TP: 35, 160, 161; dependence on, as source of prosperity, P: 49-50, 54-55, 92-93, 165-166; does not rest, KL: 171; Einstein's views on, TM: 86-87; El Shaddai as feminine name for, ASP: 98; end of old ideas about
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man and, JC: 20; expressing, as man's mis­sion, TT: 99, 100; falsely conceived of as a person, KL: 25, 28; false impressions of character of, KL: 24; finding one's being in, MJ: 150, 151; grace of, KL: 168; hearing voice of, ASP: 56, 57; how to worship, KL: 123, 143; idealized two planes of conscious­ness, KL: 176; imaginary notions of, JC: 70, 71; importance of man's willing co-operation with, ASP: 93-96; indwelling power of, MG: 264; intimate relation between man and, MJ: 130; joy in serving, MG: 175; known through mind, not senses, JC: 73, 74; life and healdi as consequence of man's acquaintance with, TT: 44; love for, as key to abundance, P: 108-109, 118; love of, TM: 26; loves cheer­ful giver, KL: 103; man as existing within mind of, TP: 160, l6l; man as the image and likeness of, MG: 12, 24-26, 30, 33, 65, 75, 76, 347; man "refracts," MG: 87; man's communion with, JC: 24, 25, 32, 33; TP: 4, 5, 13; man's lost contact with, ASP: 68; man's oneness with, KL: 53; metaphysical understanding of, KL: 29; never performs miracles, KL: 179; no duality in, TT: 148, 149; not a person, MJ: 4; TP: 13, 84; not an angry Being, KL: 25; not circumscribed, JC: 29; of the living, KL: 69; omnipresence of, KL: 11; TP: 11, 83-85, 121, 144-146; omniscience and omnipotence of, KL: 9, 14; Paul on the immanence of, CH: 11; practicing
the presence of, MJ: 74, 88, 89,110, 111; TP 4, 11-13, 136, 137; presence of, MG: 86, 260 present in all His creations, JC: 36, 120 Principle, TM: 52; real body of, KL: 22 recognition of, in idea and manifestation, ASP: 68, 69; redeeming the subconsciousness through communion with, ASP: 76, 77; re­sponsibility of, toward His creation, ASP: 63; Spirit as man's only leader in search for, TT: 110; Spirit substance as mother side of, TP: 39-41; Son (the Word) ever existing in, MJ: 16; soul of, KL: 126; subject to own laws, MJ: 36; surrendering one's debts to, P: 124; thoughts from, MG: 107; transcendent, KL: 144; tribal, MJ: i4l; trust in, vs. trust in Mammon, CH: 135, 136; unity (at-one-ment) with, through Christ, JC: 21, 40, 50, 131; various names of, CH: 8, 10, 11, 16; JC: 140-142; why resorts to limitations of law, KL: 131; wisdom and love as father and mother (male and female) qualities of, MG 27; word of, as spiritual principle, TP: 174 wrong concepts of, JC: 25, 34. See also Body Demonstration; Experience; Man; Silence Word
God energy. See God, as substance
Godhead, KL: 112; man as imaging faculty in, TT: 70, 71; man's relation to, JC: 24
God-image, KL: 49
Godliness, ASP: 22
God-man, JC: 71
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God-man relationship, CH: 42, 43; TP: 13, 14; TT: 92, 112, 113, 170, 171; synchronized through mind, TP: 58, 59
God-men, KL: 130
God-Mind, CH: 26, 98, 99; JC: 4, 5, 9, 46, 156, 177, 179, 180, 184, 192; KL: 12, 17, 25 MG: 29, 30; P: 56-57, 64-65, 102; TM: 131 TP: 12, 14-16, 72, 94, 121,124,145,159; TT 42, 152; and man's mind, JC: 40, 41; and the perfect-man idea, CH: 23, 24, 33, 36, 37; as creative power, MJ: 59, 60; as Spirit, soul, and body (mind, idea, expression), CH: 21, 22; as unchanging, CH: 18; faith in, JC: 15; Jesus' personality submerged in, MJ: 65, 66; man and universe within, as living, acting thoughts, CH: 19; man as executive power of, TP: 88; Son as idea in, MJ: 61; spiritual consciousness as faculty relating man to, CH: 76; the silence, and prosperity, P: 54-56, 64
God's idea of man, KL: 15
God's will, CH: 109-112; JC: 3, 91; TM: 105-109, 133; and prayer, CH: 18,19, 77; as good will, CH: 111, 112; not poverty, but plenty and good for all, P: 46, 111-112
Goethe, TM: 101; P: 75-76
Goiim (nations), MG: 130
"Golden calf," worship of, P: 181-182
Golden Rule, practicing, ASP: 75
Golgotha, "place of a skull," MJ: 162
Goliath, MG: 220-221; P: 181-183, 185. See also David and Goliath
Gomer, MG: 92-94
Gomorrah (city of the Plain), MG: 102, 115, 130, 161-163, 168, 177, 178
Good, affirming, TT: 56; as reality of God and man, TT: 116-118; minimizing, as subtle ad­versary, TT: 87; on pronouncing every ex­perience as, TT: 107, 108; vs. evil, ASP: 114, 155; CH: 55-57, 93; MG: 35, 36, 39, 43, 45, 46, 48, 57, 68, 123, 129, 137, 138, 264, 265, 306, 348, 368; MJ: 3-5, 36, 37, 150, 151; TT: 22, 39, 40
Good Friday, KL: 139
Goodness, divine, KL: 43
Goshen, land of, MG: 339, 34l, 342, 352, 358, 362
Grace, of God, KL: 168
Grace (mercy), MG: 290
Grand Canyon, KL: 40
Grand Man, KL: 110
Gratitude, as magnet, MJ: 67, 68. See also Praise
Great Britain, ASP: 114,115
Greatness, difference between divine and human, MJ: 124,125
Greed, TT: 54, 55; and zeal, TP: 128
Grief, MJ: 167-169
Growth, law of: and growth from minute generative centers, ASP: 134; in mind as well as earth, ASP: 139, 140; spiritual, MG: 169, 170, 183
Guidance, TT: 114; of Spirit of truth, ASP: 103; seeking Father's, ASP: 21, 94, 95
Guni, MG: 351
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See also Thought Hadad (son of Bedad), MG: 289 Hadad (son of Ishmael), MG: 206 Hadar, MG: 290 Hades, CH: 123, 124 Hadoram, MG: 106
Hagar, MG: 148, 149, 174, 175, 177-179 Haggi, MG: 347
Hair, as symbol of vitality, TM: 37 Halo, KL: 148
Ham, MG: 70, 84, 85, 89, 90, 92,95, 97 Ham (district), MG: 132 Hamathite, MG: 102 Hamilton, Sir William, TM: 83 "Hamlet" (Shakespeare), ASP: 111, 112, 114 Hamor, MG: 265, 266, 269 Hamul, MG: 345 Hands, laying on of, ASP: 67 Hanoch (son of Midian), MG: 203 Hanoch (son of Reuben), MG: 343 Happiness, CH: 89, 90; TP: 133, 173, 174; TT: 30,
31, 123; serving God in spirit of, MG: .175 Haran, MG: 113; land of, MG: 194, 195, 225, 227,
228,233,242, 247, 248, 254 Harmony, ASP: 72; KL: 111, 190 Hate, vs. love, P: 109-110, 118; TT: 152, 153 Havilah, land of, MG: 36, 37 Havilah (son of Cush), MG: 96 Hazarmaveth, MG: 106 Hazazon-tamar (place), MG: 133
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Head, as seat of intellect, CH: 74, 75; crown of, represented as spiritual center, TP: 24; top of, and faculty of praise, MG: 305, 306; top of, as seat of spirit, CH: 76; top of, as seat of the I AM, TM: 16
Healer, true, MJ: 100
Healing, KL: 173; absent, JC: 144; agents of, ASP: 67; and forgiveness, JC: 58; and hypnotism, CH: 113; and older, JC: 117, 118; and re­ceptivity, JC: 112, 113, 176, 177; and Shakes­peare, ASP: 113; and the prayer of faith, TP: 27-32; denial as good drill for, JC: 37; emotion and thought as cause in disease and, TM: 134-136; faith and, ASP: 11, 131; im­portance of faith in absent, MJ: 54; instanta­neous, JC: 56; medical science vs. the Christ way of, TM: 147-148, 157-158; metaphysical, secret of, TT: 118-121; method of meta­physical, JC: 45, 50, 51; miracle theory of JC: 3; nature of, JC: 9; origin of power of, JC: 18, 19; Peter and John on, TP: 102; power of, KL: 117; power of nature, KL: 22; secret of, KL: 21; spiritual, TP: 133, 148-156; steps in, KL: 173; tenseness vs. re­laxation in, TM: 159-160; through praise and thanksgiving, JC: 137-139; TM: 144; TP: 34, 35, 92; through right thinking, KL: 22. See also Faith; Logos Health, KL: 173; TT: 152; affirming, ASP: 99-101; and diet, ASP: 51, 52; and realization of life,
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Hearing, CH: 72, 73, 75, 76; TP: 116, 118; cellular, ASP: 56, 57; spiritual, ASP: 57. See also Ears
Hearing (receptivity), represented by Simeon, MG: 236, 275, 365, 366; represented by Simon, afterward named Peter, TT: 90
Heart, KL: 91, 113; as center of love, P: 102; as faculty (center) of love, TT: 52, 58, 62, 63; back of, as seat of love, TM: 16, 20
Heart (cardiac plexus), as seat of love, CH: 38, 120, 130, 132, 133
Heaven, ASP: 97, 170; MJ: 37, 46; as creative Mind, KL: 171; as realm of ideas in Mind, P: 76, 114; definite location of, KL: 176; definition of, KL: 177; entering into, KL: 157; here on earth, KL: 145
"Heavens" See Kingdom of Heaven
Heber, MG: 348
Hebron (or Kiriath-arba), city, MG: 127, 189, 190, 192, 276, 297
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich, TM: 83
Hell, ASP: 97
Heman, MG: 285
Hemdan, MG: 286
Henley, William Ernest, TP: 162
Heredity, freedom from race, MJ: 89, 90; inheritance from God vs. flesh, ASP: 76, 77. See also An­cestors
Herod, TP: 72; represents limited thoughts, KL: 188; symbol of domineering will, KL: 50
Heth, children of, MG: 189, 191, 204; (son of Canaan), MG: 100
Hezron (son of Perez), MG: 343, 344
Hezron (son of Reuben), MG: 343, 344
Hiddekel (river), MG: 37
Hindus, and astronomy, ASP: 161
Hinnom, Valley of. See Gehenna
Hirah, the Adullamite, MG: 302, 303
Hitlers, still alive and to come, ASP: 53
Hittites, MG: 146, 374
Hivites, MG: 101, 266, 277, 284
Hoarding, P: 90, 159, 164-166, 168-169
Hobah (place), MG: 135, 136
Holy City, KL: 147, 176, 188
Holy Communion, KL: 192; TP: 69
Holy Mother, TP: 5
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Holy of holies, JC: 135, 136. See also Inner cham­ber
Holy Spirit (Ghost), JC: 155; MG: 37; TP: 69; and its part in the reconstruction of man's body, TT: 106-108; and man's communion with God, TT: 137, 138; and the "upper room," CH: 27, 28; as active manifestation, JC: 63; as activity of living Word, MJ: 18, 19; as bond of brotherhood, JC: 193, 194; as "breath" of God, KL: 17; as Comforter, MJ: 143; as dispenser of substance, MJ: 143, 144; as executive official of Mind and its laws; P: 58-59; as executive power of Father (mind) and Son (idea), ASP: 38, 39; as fire of God, KL: 191; as formative word, MJ: 92, 93; TT: 68; as God's law in action, MJ: 141; as Logos, JC: 161; as man's only teacher and guide, TT: 102, 103; as mediator or equalizer, JC: 194, 195; as Mother-God, JC: 183, 184; as only authorized interpreter of Jesus Christ's gospel, TT: 133, 139; as personal represent­ative of God, JC: 148; as regarded by scien­tific world, JC: 182; as Spirit of wholeness, JC: 182; as teacher, KL: 16; MG: 139; MJ: 103, 104; TP: 31, 32; as third in Trinity, KL: 16; as whole Spirit of God, TT: 139, 140; as wise builder, TT: 70; as Word of God in action, KL: 144; baptism of, ASP: 28, 66, 67; CH: 57, 58; MJ: 17-19; TM: 61, 88-90, 154; TT: 73, 90, 91, 107, 151; character of, JC: 183; cleansing power of, KL: 68; co-
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operating with, ASP: 99, 100; descent of, MJ: 128, 129, 136, 181, 182; for guidance, TM: 75; function of, KL: 16; here now, KL: 68; inspiration of, KL: 140; Jesus on blasphemy against, explained, TT: 106, 107; man's ac­knowledgment of, way to harmonious con­sciousness, TT: 71; man as temple of, MG: 178; relation of, to God and Christ, TT: 133, 145; reveals lack in making demonstration, KL: 18; various conceptions of, ASP: 98, 99; was before time of Jesus, MJ: 136, See also Personality; Prosperity
Holy Trinity, KL: 14
Holy Week, KL: 138
Home, and prosperity, P: 102-116; establishing har­mony in, ASP: 72; power of thought and word in building a prosperous, P: 102-106
Hori, MG: 284, 285
Horites, MG: 132, 283-285, 287
Hosea, TP: 18
Houses in the air, MJ: 174,175
Housing, and man's inventive genius, ASP: 52
Hugo, Victor (quoted), CH: 96
Hul, MG: 104
Human soul. See Soul
Humanity, garden of God, KL: 165
Hupham (or Huppim), MG: 350
Husham, MG: 289
Hushim, MG: 351
Huxley, Thomas Henry, CH: 30
Hydesville, New York, ASP: 111.
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Hygeia, JC: 182
Hypnotism, CH: 104, 105, 113; JC: 45, 46, 160; MJ: 101, 102; TM: 109; TT: 36
I, as potentiality and all-comprehensive, KL: 58; as spiritual man (attention), MG: 116, 117, 264; as summation of powers of Being, KL: 55; mystery of, KL: 56 I AM, ASP: 80; CH: 33, 34, 98, 99, 115; JC: 22, 24, 35, 60, 64, 111, 122-126, 157, 158; KL: 12, 15, 20, 121, 124, 144; MG: 12, 19, 26-30, 32-34, 40, 90, 126, 155, 158, 262, 299, 300, 347; MJ: 24-26, 32, 35, 44, 49, 57, 58, 110, 119, 128, 152, 153, 155, 162, 170; P: 65, 93, 98, 118; TT: 25, 26, 36, 41, 42; TP; 19, 31, 74, 138, 143, 144, 146, 150; TM: 70, 104, 124-125, 133, 171-172; abiding in, MJ: 138, 139; and body consciousness, MG: 323; and imagination, CH: 100, 101; TT: 68; and its relation to I will, TT: 29, 30; and judgment, CH: 121, 122; and spoken word, MJ: 132; and the development of man's powers, TT: 92; and the kingdom of heaven, TT: 28-37; and the lifted consciousness, JC: 19; and the thinking faculty, TT: 96; and understanding, P: 29; as center of consciousness, ASP: 47; as Christ, MJ: 134, 158, 167; as creative power of individual, JC: 158; as determining all states of consciousness, TT: 77; as door, MJ: 102, 138, 139; as eternal, ASP: 151, 152; as focal center in building character, CH: 93; as
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gate, KL: 144; as "good shepherd," MJ: 100, 101; as Jehovah in action, TM: 103; as link with Father, KL: 144; as man's self-identity, CH: 109; as name of Jehovah, JC: 13,14,164; as presiding ego in each organism, JC: 14; as Principle, TT: 76, 77; as provider, MG: 184; as pure Spirit, TT: 30; as Saviour, MJ: 87; as separator of the sheep from the goats, ASP: 49; as Spirit, MJ: 68, 69, 169; as spir­itual ego, ASP: 43; as supermind, MJ: 105; as the Christ within man, P: 93; as the "image of God," the "only begotten Son," CH: 24, 25; as will in flesh consciousness, as love in spiritual consciousness, TT: 78, 79; belief in fleshly parentage as hindrance to function of, on spiritual plane, TT: 80, 81; body obedient to, KL: 21; desire as moving factor of, TT: 77, 78; divine will in man expressed as, MG: 20; forgives error, KL: 161; happiness as mission of, TT: 30, 31; identification of, with its creation, as illusion, TT: 89, 90; in con­tact with subconscious mind during sleep, ASP: 109; in Hebrew scriptures, JC: 122, 123; Jacob as, CH: 101, 102; lawful and un­lawful use of, JC: 123, 124; (Lord God), and the perfect body, TT: 117, 118; power of, ASP: 47-49; represented by Jacob, MG: 211, 212, 297, 323, 327, 331, 332, 337, 341, 342, 352, 359-364; represented by Jesus, ASP: 156, 157; TM: 16; represented in man as will of God, CH: 108, 109; solving one's prob-
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lems by use of, ASP: 70, 71; soul and, MG: 226, 227; symbolized by Adam and Eve, MG: 55, 56; symbolized by Jesus, KL: 189; sym­bolized in Isaac, KL: 82; withdrawal of, MG: 372, 373; without limit in capacity, KL: 56; ("Word"), MJ: 18, 19. See also Christ; Je­hovah; Jesus; Kingdom of heaven
I-am-age, CH: 98, 99
I AM THAT I AM, JC: 141; MJ: 91; TM: 54; Christ as, MJ: 92
J will, JC: 24; TT: 29, 30; as Adam (manifest man), CH: 33, 34
I will be that I will be, CH: 109
Ldea(s), JC: 30, 31, 121, 122, 175, 176; KL: 172; TM: 19, 71-72, 125, 143-144; all things exist as, MG: 32, 33; and laws governing their manifestation, ASP: 99, 100, 153, 154; and race consciousness, JC: 130; and structures made after their own image and likeness, CH: 38; (angels), ASP: 45, 46; as catching, JC: 136; as directing and controlling power, MG; 21; as food of faith-thinking faculty, KL: 119; as generators of thought and word, P: 26; as key to problem of life, CH: 13, 14; as only means of communication between God and man, JC: 32, 33; as seeds, ASP: 139, 140; as "sons" and (daughters) of God, TM: 52-53; as source of substance, KL: 184; as source of things, JC: 35, 36: TM: 34-35; as symbols, TM: 77; bring forth after their kind, MG: 19, 24; catching, KL: 172; character of,
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KL: 47; Christ as divine, MJ: 11, 61; dealing with, MJ: 74, 76; development of, KL: 165; divine, as man's inheritance, CH: 13; Divine Mind deals only with, MG: 17, 18; evolution as result of, TM: 38-40; fear of opposing, P 180-181; forms as manifestation of, MJ 22; fulfillment of, instantaneous, CH: 76-78 Genesis as allegory reduced to, MG: 9, 10, giving name ("character") to, JC: 165; in­volution of spiritual, MG: 335; man's do­minion over spiritual, ASP: 34; man's sin as misappropriation of, MG: 51; man's tendency to cling to old, MG: 373, 374; mind as source of, ASP: 87, 94; of God, KL: 53; of health, KL: 48; perfect-man, CH: 23, 24, 33, 36, 37; physical body carried in mind as, JC: 186; power of, KL: 80; TT: 28, 29; rapid trans­mission of, through unity with supreme Mind, CH: 66; reaction of mind to, JC: 90, 94, 95, 129, 130; realm of, KL: 49; symbolized by fish, KL: 172; thinking faculty of man as formative vehicle of God's ASP: 93, 94. See also Angels; Faculties; God-Mind; Kingdom of heaven; Mind Identity, body as means of, ASP: 118; divine, of spirit in man, ASP: 127, 128; establishing one's, with Christ, ASP: 23; formed by Christ's attributes, KL: 110; I AM, ASP: 123; man's divine, MJ: 134; man's spiritual, ASP: 32, 102-104, 122. See also Christ
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Ignorance, CH: 113, 114; keeps man from his own, KL: 55; penalty of, ASP: 87, 88
Ills, bodily, MG: 122,172
Illumination, secret of Paul's, ASP: 28, 29
Illusion, world of, KL: 89
Image, and expression, JC: 113, 114; P: 76-79, 95
"Image" and "likeness." See Christ; God; Man
Imagination, KL: 154; MG: 73, 74, 94, 244-247; P: 77-78, 84; TT: 68; and daydreams, CH: 96; and faith, as co-creators of all good, P: 49, 91; and its right use in gaining prosperity, P: 94-96; and Progress, MG: 301; and regenera­tion, TM: 80-81; and sense consciousness MG: 310, 311; as daughter of God, TM: 53 as faculty required for shaping thought, CH 98, 99; as "increasing" and molding faculty MG: 293, 320, 321, 355; boasting, MG: 297 constructive vs. destructive use of, MG: 299 300; MJ: 21, 22; I AM and, MG: 299, 300 on controlling, CH: 100, 101; power of, in impressing mental concepts upon the body, CH: 104, 105; represented by Bartholomew, MJ: 21-23; TM: 20-21, 71-82; represented by Joseph, MG: 242, 243, 275, 293-301, 307-322, 324-337, 340-342, 352, 355-360, 363, 364, 370, 372-375; rising above limitation through, MG: 295; uncontrolled vs. con­trolled, MG: 295-296; vs. visions and dreams, TM: 74-79; work of, in transforming char­acter, CH: 105, 106. See also Image and ex­pression
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Imaging, ASP: 47,120,121
Immortality, ASP: 13, 116, 130, 131; MG: 263, 264; appearance of, KL: 68. See also Life, eternal Imnah, MG: 347, 348 Imperfection, of man, KL: 59 Incarnation(s), KL: 26; body of Christ as universal, ASP: 122; of Christ, KL: 131; of Jesus, MJ: 35, 36, 137. See also Jesus; Reincarnation Income, living within one's, P: 125 Increase, KL: 101; and Christ substance, MJ: 177, 178; gratitude in relation to, MJ: 67-70; law of, on every plane of manifestation, P: 81-82. See also Blessing; Substance; Vitality Incurables, no, ASP: 132, 133 India, MJ: 126; P: 90; and the priesthood, CH: 21;
Empire of, ASP: 114,115 Individuality, KL: 145; vs. personality, JC: 69 Inferiority complex. See Personality Infinite Mind. See Mind Influence, mystery of personal, JC: 147 Ingersol, Robert Green, KL: 24; TP: 21; ("Some
Mistakes of Moses"), MG: 22 Inheritance, from God, KL: 144; mental, MJ: 33, 34 Inner chamber (kingdom of heaven), and prayer, CH: 81; TP: 3, 5, 16, 17, 24, 25, 81, 177. See also Silence; "Upper room" Inner eye, KL: 12
Inspiration, TM: 45, 54, 74; (guidance) (God), TT: 114; spiritual, KL: 173; MG: 34, 37, 76, 77, 139, 223, 24l; MJ: 48-50; vs. intel­lectual reasoning, JC: 111
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Installment plan, dangers of buying on, P: 125 Instinct, MG: 271
Intellect, KL: 77; MG: 93, 103, 105, 106, 131, 202, 203, 206, 207, 210-212, 218-221, 223, 232-233, 244-247, 258, 259, 261, 262, 265, 267, 269, 273, 294, 300, 301, 358, 372, 373; MJ: 44, 59, 91; TT: 16-18, 20; and belief, CH: _-8X_S6j__and demonstration, JC: 111; and faith, CH: 87; and Spirit, MJ: 41, 42, 49, 50; and Truth seeking, JC: 106; argumg, MJ: 113, 114; as executive officer of wisdom, TT: 58; as instrument of Spirit (God), TP: 25; reason as arbiter of, TM: 45; represented by Jacob, TP: 139-146; represented by John the Baptist, P: 45; TM: 151-153; TT: 69; rules today, KL: 82; vs. Christ, MJ: 114; vs. pure mind, ASP: 89; vs. Spirit, TP: 127-130, 138-147; TT: 22; vs. wisdom, TT: 21-23. See also Intuition; Love; Wisdom Intelligence, CH: 22, 38, 44, 45; JC: 26, 27, 37; MG: 45, 46, 114, 115, 131, 206, 207; and life, TT: 40; as another name for God, ASP: 77; as son of God, TM: 53; light representing, MJ: 31; mind as fount of, ASP: 90; Mind as source of, JC: 121, 122; two types of, JC: 24. See also Light; Will; "Wisdom Intuition, KL: 191; MG: 266, 269; MJ:.24; TM: 45, 47; TP: 154, 155; and mind, ASP: 89; as instinct of animal soul, JC: 42; Einstein on, JCj^j2^-5U^knowing through, OL_ll4; vs.
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inteUe£t5jrMj_85;86; TP: 150, 151. See also Genius
Involution, of mind, preceding evolution of matter, TM: 120-121; precedes evolution, MG: 14, 25, 26, 323
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Isaac, KL: 78, 82; MJ: 33, 34, 89; as I AM, TP: 139-143; (divine sonship) as connecting link be­tween Abraham (faith) and Israel (mani­festation), MG: 214; (divine sonship; joy), MG: 141, 144, 148, 149, 151, 152, 155, 160, 174, 175, 177, 178, 189, 194, 195, 199, 200, 201, 204, 205, 208, 209, 211, 213-216, 218, 223, 224, 276, 323; giving up pleasures of sense symbolized by Abraham's sacrifices of, MG: 183, 184
Isaiah, ASP: 43, 54, 55, 162, 163; JC: 81; KL: 39, 40;TM:82, 92;TP: 78, 134
Iscah, MG: 114
Ishbak, MG: 201, 202
Ishmael, MG: 149, 155, 177-179, 205, 207, 208, 226, 227
Ishmaelites, MG: 226, 227, 298, 299
Ishvah, MG: 347, 348
Isis. See Osiris
Israel, MJ: 21, 22, 34; children of, P: 155-156, 180-184; (Jacob), MG: 151, 259, 261, 262, 265, 274, 362; nation of, MG: 123, 124, 352
Israelites, KL: 37; MG: 170, 202, 217, 249, 284, 287, 299, 325, 326, 352, 354; MJ: 47
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Issachar (zeal), MG: 240, 241, 275, 346, 367 Ithran, MG: 286, 287
Jabal, MG: 63, 64
Jabbok (river), MG: 261
Jachin, MG: 344
Jacob, JC: 71; MG: 189, 226-229, 248, 252, 253, 260, 270, 271, 275, 276, 353, 355, 371; MJ: 33, 34, 44, 47, 89; TM: 92; TP: 52; and Esau, interpreted, TP: 139-147; and tithing, P: 131; as representative of I AM, MG: 237, 238, 297, 323-327, 330-332, 337, 339, 341, 342, 352, 359-363; as symbol o£ the I AM, TM: 97; (dreams), TT: 136; experiences after re­ceiving blessing, KL: 83; experiences with tithing, KL: 85, 104; (intellect), MG: 209-212, 218-221, 223, 225, 230, 232, 233, 244-247, 254-259, 261, 262, 264, 265, 267, 269, 272, 278, 279, 294, 300, 301, 358, 372-374; (intellectual man), CH: 101, 102; rep­resents the mind, KL: 79; story of receiving Isaac's blessing, KL: 78; (supplanter), MG: 211, 231; twelve sons of, as twelve founda­tion faculties of man, CH: 72-76, 101, 102, 130, 131; MG: 231-243, 354, 364-370; "wrestling" of, with angel symbolic of soul's struggle, MG: 258. See also Israel Jacob's ladder, evidence of omnipresence, KL: 83 Jacob's well, MJ: 44,47-49 Jah, MG: 347 Jahleel, MG: 346
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Jahzeel, MG: 351
Jalam, MG: 277, 278
James, JC: 79, 178, 179; MG: 16; P: 75-76; TP: 27, 60, 120, 121; instruction to purify heart, KL 92; (judgment), ASP: 152, 153; CH: 92 (son of Alphaeus) (order), MG: 241, 242 TM: 16, 22, 110-129; (son of Zebedee) (dis crimination or judgment), TM: 16,19-20, 45 TT: 53; symbol of power of justice, KL: 117
"James the Just." See James, son of Zebedee
Jamin, MG: 344
Japheth, MG: 70, 84, 85, 89, 90, 92
fared, MG: 69
Javan, MG: 93, 95
Jazer, MG: 351
Jealousy, nature, effect, and cure of, CH: 126
Jeans, Sir James, Allusion to, JC: 46; (quoted), JC: 149; MJ: 69, 70; P: 14; TP: 97, 98; TT: 41; ("The Mysterious Universe") (quoted), ASP: 14,15,169, 170
Jebusite, MG: 101
Jegar-sahadutha (or Galeed or Mizpah), cairn, MG: 252
Jehovah, JC: 148, 182, 183; P: 183-185; TP: 18, 24, 77-79, 121, 130, 144, 145, 150, 151; and Christ, JC: 155, 156; as Christ, KL: 130; as God's idea of man, KL: 15; as I AM, CH: 109; JC: 13, 14, 122, 164; as I AM, TT: 76, 77, 157; as I AM, Christ, or supermind, ASP: 80; as I AM THAT I AM, TM: 54; TP: 136, 137; as individual I AM, JC: 158; as tribal
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God of Israelites, TM: 106; as word charged with power, KL: 153; as word held in silence, KL: 170; effect of thoughts opposed to com­mandments of, ASP: 81, 82; man, TM: 35; promise to overcomer, KL: 180; relation be­tween the Christ (personal) mind and mind of, ASP: 100, 101; temple of, ASP: 120, 121. See also I AM
Jehovah God, CH: 33, 34; JC: 141, 154, 158, 178, 186, 187; MG: 41, 49, 50, 54, 56, 62, 148, 155, 160-162, 167, 228; TP: 64, 97; TT: 14, 15, 118, 119, 135, 136; ark of, MG: 77; as active representative of Divine Mind, MG: 38, 39; as I AM (Christ Mind, spiritual man), MG: 3, 4, 12, 28-30, 32-34; as infinite Mind in expression, TT: 11; as law, MG: 60, 61, 310, 311; as the image-and-likeness man, MG: 78; as universal Mind (oversoul of the race), MG: 58, 59; calling upon the name of, MG: 65, 66; conscience as voice of, MG: 51, 52; promises of, MG: 151-153; (spiritual man) as I AM, CH: 33, 34; triune aspect of, MG: 157-159, 165. See also Man
Jehovah-jireh, JC: 141, 142; MG: 184; P: 40; TM: 26; TP: 137
Jehovah man, vs. Adam man, TM: 35
Jehovah-rapha, JC: 123, 141, 142, 155
Jehovah-shalom, JC: 122, 123, 139, 141, 142
Jehovah-shammah, JC: 164; P: 40; TP: 136, 137
Jemuel, MG: 344
Jerah, MG: 106
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Jeremiah, MG: 170, 221
Jericho, walls of, ASP: 54
Jerusalem, ASP: 26, 66, 61,. 83, 84, 120, 121, 144, 145; MJ: 46, 56, 80, 109, 110, 114, 158, 172, 181, 182; as symbol of love center, KL: 34; as symbol of peace and prosperity, KL: 188; (spirituality), ASP: 54, 59,' symbolizes great nerve center, KL: 189
Jesus, alive in body of electricity, ASP: 22-24; alive in spiritual ethers ("heavens"), JC: 11, 12, 83, 84, 11Q; and body redemption, ASP: 131; and Christianizing of all nations, MJ: 169, 170; and conversion of Paul, JC: 12; and earth­ly parentage, TT: 80, 81; and ecclesiastical ritualism, TM: 110-116; and evolution, JC: 54, 55; and faith, JC: 101, 102, 108, 144, 157, 175, 176; MJ: 70; and fasting, MJ: 51; and freedom of individual, MJ: 140; and Galileans:' unbelief, MJ: 52; and healing, MJ: 53-55; TP: 152, 164, 165; and higher as­tronomy, ASP: 162; and His communion with God in the silence, TT: 137, 138; and His demonstration over death, ASP: 143, 145; and His disciples, TM: 15, 73-74; and His part in opening man's way into glory, MJ: 149, 150; and His warning against the idea of personal appearance of Christ, ASP: 171; and Holy Spirit, JC: 155; and human kinship, CH: 131, 132;; and man born blind, MJ: 96-99;, and man's specific work in world, ASP: 95, 96; and Nathanael, MJ: 21, 22; and per-
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secution, MJ: 142; and power, TM: 65; and power of spoken word, MJ: 76, 93, 135; and prayer, JC: 69, 70, 78; and race consciousness, JC: 146, 147, 159; TP: 22, 64, 65, 68, 69, 101; TT: 164-168; and regeneration ("new birth"), JC: 10, 11, 52; MG: 35, 48, 49, 71, 154; TP: 109, 110; and salvation, ASP: 157; and Shakespeare, ASP: 108, 109; and substance, ASP: 30, 31, 101, 102; MJ: 68-70, 74; and thanksgiving, P: 105; and the abun­dant life, ASP: 66, 61; JC: 105, 106; and the calling of His disciples (representing body faculties), TT: 52-54; and the cen­turion's faith, CH: 66, 61; and the Com­forter, MJ: 81, 134, 135; and the draught of fishes, MJ: 177, 178; and the Father (inner spiritual entity), MG: 4; and the Father within, TT: 35-37; and the Fatherhood of God, MJ: 59, 60, 73; and the greatest com­mandment, TP: 58, 59, 113; and the inner realm of mind, P: 34-35; and the kingdom of God (heaven), JC: 99, 134, 135, 138, 139, 143, 150, 165; and the "kingdom of the heavens," ASP: 56, 58, 170; and the law of equal distribution of supply, P: 126-128; and the law of prosperity, P: 47-48, 87-88, 90-91, 186-187; and the law of thought and word affinity, MJ: 135; TP: 101, 102; and the loaves and fishes, CH: 78, 80; and the Lord's Prayer, JC: 67, 68, 109; TP: 3; and the meaning of the cross, TM: 156; and the new
race, CH: 90, 91; and the parable of Lazarus and the rich man, TT: 155-158; and the parable of the loaves and fishes, ASP: 102; and the parable of the seed, ASP: 59; and the part He played in opening man's way into Father's kingdom, TT: 164, 165; and the Pharisees, CH: 23; MJ: 77, 78; and the power of the I AM, TT: 25; and the power of the word, ASP: 148, 149; JC: 88, 99, 132, 133, 161; and the presence of God, TP: 14, 15; and the raising of dead, CH: 34, 35; and the raising of Lazarus, MJ: 107-112; and the rich man, on the kingdom of heaven, P: 16,80,166-167; and the Samaritan woman, interpreted, MJ: 46-54; and the seamless gar­ment of Truth, MG: 294, 295; MJ: 162; and the Sermon on the Mount, in relation to re­generation, TT: 86, 87; and the simple life, P: 106; and the "Spirit of truth," TP: 123-125; and the will of God, ASP: 76; CH: 77; TM: 105-109; and Thomas's unbelief, CH: 116, 117; and triumphal entry into Jerusalem, MJ: 118; and universal substance* MG: 369; as "a king," MJ: 158; as adept in scientific prayer, TP: 26; as advanced soul, ASP: 22, 23; as allegory of man's development from natural to spiritual consciousness, CH: 73, 74; as appointed head of race, JC: 19; as center of faith, ASP: 10, 11; as channel for grace and truth, KL: 169; as charged with spiritual substance, P: 21, 78-79; as Christ
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43,  118; as demonstrator of highest type of embodiment, ASP: 122; as demonstrator of spiritual strength, TM: 37; as direct de­scendant of Judah, MG: 366, 367; as dy­namic life-giving force, TP: 102, 103; as enigma to worldly-wise of Judea, TT: 71, 72; as every man's name, TM: 47; as example of God glorified in man, JC: 191; as example to human family, MJ: 162, 163; as executive of spiritual principle, TP: 87; as exponent of impersonal I AM, JC: 157, 158; as fearless of disease, JC: 57; as first "fruit" of earth's first age, ASP: 130,. 131; as fulfillment of the law (affirmation), P: 70-71; as genius, TT: 67; as God manifest, MJ: 130; as God mani­fest in the flesh, TP: 56; as God vs. Jesus as man, ASP: 167, 168; as God's idea of man, MJ: 3; as greatest genius, TM: 136-137; as I AM, ASP: 156, 157; CH: 109; MJ: 24-27,
44,  49, 57, 58, 68, 69, 87, 103, 107, 110, 133, 134, 153; as I AM or central entity, TM: 16; as joint heir to kingdom, KL: 27; as "Lamb of God," MJ: 18-20; as light of the world, KL: 128; as living Word, MJ: 65, 66; as man in regeneration, MJ: 109; as master and servant, TP: 56-59; as master mason, ASP:
120, 121; as one of God-men, KL: 130; as "only begotten Son of God," TM: 40; as our teacher and helper, KL: 164; TP: 18, 29, 63, 64; as perfect expression of God-Mind, JC: 9; as product of former cycle of time, MJ: 149; as psychologist, KL: 76; as restorer of life current between God and man, MG: 39; as resurrected Adam, TT: 137; as Saviour, ASP: 62; TP: 22-24, 64, 65, 75, 164; TT:
167,  168; as spiritual man, JC: 47; as Son of God, ASP: 36, 37, 42, 129; as son of man, TP: 88; as successful demonstrator of prayer, ASP: 126, 127; as the Christ, TP: 150; "as the door" and "the way," P: 32; MJ: 131, 132; as the Father (God) incarnate, TT: l4l, 142, 169; as "the life" and "light of men," TP: 60, 61, 119; as the Messiah, ASP: 166; as "the true vine," TP: 12; as the Word demonstrated (perfect man), MG: 44; as transcendent soul, ASP: 24; as type man, TM: 4, 40; as type of new race, ASP: 33, 34,
168,  169; as Word of God, KL: 20; ascen­sion of, through body regeneration, JC: 72, 73, 83, 84; asking and receiving in the name of, CH: 69, 81; atonement (at-one-ment) of, MJ: 128, 129, 149; TT: 161-178; authority given to, KL: 15, 29, 55, 72; available to all, KL: 164; birth of, interpreted, TP: 49, 50; blood of, KL: 27; body and blood of, JC: 144, 145, 158, 159; body and blood of, vs. body and blood of man, TP: 64, 65, 68, 69,
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sick and raised dead, KL: 173; healing method of, JC: 3-5, 56, 57; higher law at work at death of, MJ: 164; imagination and will as used by, P: 78-79; importance of superman as a thinking power realized by, ASP: 61, 62; incarnation of, as pattern for man, MJ: 35, 36; instructions with respect to prayer, TP: 4, 16, 17, 81; inward happiness of, MG: 184; kingdom of, TM: 67-69; knowledge and power of, coming direct from Father, CH: 98; lack of scholastic advantages of, ASP: 89, 90; laid claim to prior existence, KL: 129; man same spiritually as, MJ: 134, 135; man's joint heirship with, ASP: 123; man's relation to, TT: 168, 169; mastering carnality, KL: 162; mastery of two currents in body, KL: 74; mental science vs. teaching of, ASP: 73; mind and body of, raised to His supermind level, JC: 17, 18, l6l, 162; miracles of, ASP: 9, 10; mission of, JC: 21; KL: 17; mission of, on earth, MJ: 120; mis­understood by contemporaries, KL: 129; new race of men prophesied by, TM: 3-4; obedi­ence of, to the Father's will, TT: 91, 92; on being "born anew," CH: 25, 26, 28; MJ: 33, 35, 37; on body resurrection, TT: 114, 115, 118, 119; on consciousness and faith, MG: 115; on "deceitfulness of riches," P: 162; on demonstration, MJ: 143; on denial, CH: 53; MJ: 17; on end of the age, KL: 26, 40; on false Christs, JC: 19, 20; on fasting, KL: 4;
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mind called the Lord, CH: %, 97; on the power of the spoken word, CH; 64, 68, 136, 137; P: 148; on understanding of faith, P: 42; on unity of all men, CH: 25; on unity with the Father, ASP: 71, 104; on what He expected of His followers, TP: 77, 78; on will and understanding, CH: 107, 108; on zeal, TP: 128; original doctrine as set forth by, and His disciples, TT: 102-104; overcom­ing of, MG: 258; parables of, and thought discrimination, P: 173-174; part played by in­tellectual and pseudospiritual forces in cruci­fixion of, MJ: 161,, 162; passion of, KL: 138; personality of, merged in the universal, CH: 27; Peter's recognition of Christ in, CH: 67; power of, on three planes of consciousness, MJ: 173; prayers of, KL: 65, 72; prayers of, as positive affirmations, P: 112-113; raised up whole man, KL: 197; real character of, KL: 128; recognition of sonship and brother­hood, KL: 32; redemptive work of, KL: 26; refers to Holy Spirit as Comforter, KL: 16; regenerative work of Christ through, TM: 119-120; relationship to human family, KL: 129; release of electronic energy and its con­trol as taught by, TM: 5; represents man in regeneration, KL: 163; response of, to united prayer, JC: 12; resurrection of, in us, KL: 13, 162; sacrifice of, MJ: 123-125; salvation through, JC: 165; second coming of, KL: 26; service exemplified by, in washing disciples'
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Jesus Christ, asking and receiving in the name of, MJ: 132, 133; projection into race conscious­ness of life energy of, MJ: 123, 124. See also Christ; Fulfillment; Jesus
Jetheth, MG: 291
Jethro, JC: 164
Jetur, MG: 207
Jeush, MG: 277, 278
Jews, KL: 32,104
Jidlaph,MG:186
Joan of Arc, TP: 117
Job, JC: 31, 46, 53, 82, 87, 88, 144; MG: 37, 362; P: 14-15, 19, 170; TP: 4, 6, 77-79, 85, 117; and the Zodiac, ASP: 163; (dreams), CH:
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102, 103; on Spirit and spiritual laws, TP: 129, 130 Jobab (son of Joktan) MG: 107 Jobab (son of Zerah of Bozrah), MG: 289 John, ASP: 22, 23, 44, 163; JC: 15, 83, 164, 190; MG: 16; MJ: 12, 167; TP: 60, 61, 66, 71, 102, 166; TT: 66; and Book of Revelation (1st chapter), explained, TP: 61, 62; (love), ASP: 152, 153; CH: 73, 92; MJ: 20, 155,162, 180; P: 45; TM: 16, 20, 45; TT: 53; on New Jerusalem, TT: 128, 129, 159, 160; parallel between Genesis and, MJ: 12; (Spirit), MG: 236,237
John the Baptist, ASP: 122; JC: 118, 119; KL: 50, 141; and renunciation, TM: 151-157; as re­incarnation of Elijah, TP: 72; vs. Son of God, JC: 61, 62; vs. Jesus, P: 44-45; TP: 61, 67, 68, 72; TM: 90-91, 151-152, 157
John the Baptist (intellect), MJ: 35, 42; and Jesus (Spirit), MJ: 12, 14, 18-20, 41; (natural man),MJ: 12,13,17,18
John the Mystic, as symbol of love faculty, KL: 117; his vision of Jesus, KL: 187; on mystery of Jesus, KL: 130; presiding genius of love, KL: 34
Jokshan, MG: 202
Joktan, MG: 105, 108
Jordan, TP: 148-153; plain (valley) of, MG: 124, 126; (river), MG: 126, 255, 274; (subcon­sciousness) , MJ: 105
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Joseph of Arimathea, KL: 195; MJ: 165
Joshua, P: 71; Book of, MG: 376
Joy, KL: 30; MG: 175-179, 183, 201, 208, 209, 213, 216; TP: 43-46; and health, TP: 132-134; as positive force, MJ: 139; healing force of, JC: 168-170; vs. fear, JC: 168, 169- See also Cheerfulness; God; Health; Prayer
Jttbal, MG: 64
Judah, MG: 302, 303,. 306, 338, 339; (Jewish na­tion), MG: 366, 367; (praise, prayer), CH: 74-76, 79; MG: 237, 275, 300, 305, 331, 332, 337, 343, 344, 352, 366, 367
Judas, (acquisitiveness), MG: 237; (false ego; false state of consciousness), CH: 58, 59; genera­tive center, TM: 22-23; (life center), MG: 305, 306; life conserver (generative func­tion), TM: 16; (not Iscariot) MJ: 135;. rep­resentative of generative life, TM: 161-174; (sense consciousness), CH: 74
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Judea, MJ: 41, 46,47, 77
Judge, the Son as supreme, CH: 126
Judgment, KL: 182; MJ: 64, 65; and zeal, TP: 126, 127; (discrimination), MG: 23, 146, 185, 199, 299; (discrimination, discretion), rep­resented by James, TT: 53; good, and Prin­ciple, CH: 121, 122; passing, by affirmation and denial, ASP: 45-47; relation of our thought creations to, ASP: 48, 49; represented by Dan, MG: 135, 238, 275, 351, 368; rep­resented by James, ASP: 152, 153; today as day of, ASP: 46; (vengeance), MG: 266, 269; (wisdom, discrimination), as represent­ed by James, son of Zebedee, TM: 16, 19-20, 41-51. See also Zeal
Judgment day, TM: 43-44; meaning of, CH: 123
Judith, MG: 217, 218
"Julius Caesar" (Shakespeare), ASP: 109, 110, 114, 128
Justice, and love, necessary for balanced judgment, CH: 120, 121; universal law of, KL: 175
Kadesh (or En-mishpat) (place), MG: 133, 171
Kadmonites, MG: 146
Kain (city), MG: 145, 146
Kant, Immanuel, TM: 83
Kedar, MG: 205
Kedemah, MG: 207, 208
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Kenan, MG: 68, 69
Kenaz, MG: 279, 280, 292
Kenites, MG: 145,146
Kenizzites, MG: 146
Kepler, Johannes (quoted), CH: 48; P: 35-36; TP: 160, 161
Keturah, MG: 201, 202
Kidron (brook), MJ: 152
"King Lear" (Shakespeare), ASP: 113
Kingdom, attainment through thought, KL: 142; how developed within man, KL: 30; how entered, KL: 177; keys to, KL: 117; laws promulgated by Jesus for His, TM: 67-68; relation to children, KL: 107; to be estab­lished here on earth, KL: 163
Kingdom of God, JC: 71, 77, 125, 189, 190; TT: 13, 80; TP: 27, 87, 124; and right thinking, ASP: 67, 68, 70, 71; Carlyle on, TP: 25; claiming identity with God necessary for man's entry into, CH: 36; externalized grad­ually, JC: 115; prophecies concerning res­toration of, TT: 122-127; seeking of, through thought, JC: 78, 138, 139; spiritual understanding as key to, JC: 98, 99; way into, ASP: 136. See also Fourth dimension; Kingdom of heaven; "Kingdom of the heavens"; Mind
Kingdom of heaven, CH: 81; JC: 12, 20, 21, 130, 165, 166, 173; P: 54; TP: 163; TM: 68-69; and the transformed body, TP: 68; avail-
ability, location, benefits, and conditions for entering, TT: 31-37, 126-131; as demon­strated by Jesus, P: 5-6, 11-12, 81, 186; as harmony of ideas, CH: 16; as realm of (superconscious) mind in man, JC: 47, 48, 83, 84, 143; P: 33, 176-177; four faculties necessary for man's entry into, TT: 53, 54; how to enter, JC: 134, 135; no creditors or debtors in, P: 128-129; no short cuts into, TP: 72; TT: 36; prosperity reward of seek­ing, P: 12, 38-40, 81, 88, l4l, 164; unload­ing of material, intellectual, and spiritual pos­sessions required to enter, P: 17. See also Jesus; Kingdom of God; Man
"Kingdom of the heavens," ASP: 22, 23, 56, 85, 170, 171; as a state of mind and not a place, ASP: 58; as cosmic ether or energy, ASP: 10, 11, 40; as "fourth dimension," MJ: 23; attaining, MG: 139, 140; imagination and, MG: 295; science's key to physical realm in, ASP: 16, 17
Kiriath-arba (or Hebron) (city), MG: 127, 189, 190, 192, 276
Kittim, MG: 95
Knowledge, inspiration vs. experience in attaining, TT: 114. See also Understanding
Koch, Robert, TM: 147-148; TT: 17
Kohath, MG: 345
Korah, MG: 277, 278
Krishna, CH: 23
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Labor, KL: 107
Lack, denying, P: 37-38, 41, 93, 169-170, 177-179; nonexistence of, in God's mind, P: 87, 93, 169-170; overcoming fear (thought) of, P: 52-53, 92-93, 165-166, 173-187; periods of, and their cause, in the affairs of men and na­tions, P: 96-99, 167-168. See also Debt; Pov­erty
Lamb of God, KL: 124; MJ: 18-20; TM: 164-165
Lamech (son of Methuselah), MG: 69, 74, 75
Lamech (son of Methushael), MG: 63
Language, and mind, ASP: 88
Larynx, KL: 74; as seat of power, MJ: 24, 25, 27
Lasha (city of the Plain), MG: 102
Last Supper, JC: 144, 145, 158, 159; KL: 133, 139, 192
Law, JC: 34, 44, 171-174; P: 56-59; active in all of nature, KL: 131; and health, JC: 53; apply­ing divine, TP: 86-89; as Truth, JC: 59, 60; blind use of, MJ: 62; cannot be broken, KL: 158; Christ and God's, MJ: 64, 65; con­demnation and, MJ: 66; definition of, KL: 158; legislative, judicial, and executive phases of divine, P: 58-59; man-made law vs. spir­itual, JC: 118, 119; manifesting God's, JC: 180; natural vs. spiritual, P: 72-73; obedience to divine, MG: 184; of action, KL: 47; of God, and its rules of action for man, P: 58-69; of the All-Good, KL: 30; of Being, KL: 88;
of denial, KL: 70; of evolution, KL: 165; of expression, KL: 10; of man less than grace of God, KL: 169; of righteous thinking, KL: 67; of universal balance, KL: 43; recognition of power of, KL: 32; represented by Moses, ASP: 156, 157; spiritual, JC: 119-124; trans­gression of and punishment, KL: 32; trans­gression of divine, MG: 46, 47, 65, 76, 77, 138, 325, 326; unchangeable, P: 58-59; wipes out all transgressions, KL: 161; works within man for re-embodiment, KL: 93. See also Principle; Supply
Laws, study of mental, CH: 12
Lazarus, CH: 13; JC: 9, 39, 40; and the rich man, parable of, interpreted, P: 163; (brother of Martha and Mary), TT: 42, 47, 49; Jesus and the raising of, ASP: 148, 149; raising of, interpreted, MJ: 106-112, 115, 118; (the beggar), TT: 155-158
Leah, CH: 72, 74-76, 130, 131; MG: 189, 233-237, 239-242, 244-245, 2<5l, 262, 274, 300
Lebbaeus. See Thaddaeus
Leeser, Isaac ("Twenty-four Books of the Holy Scriptures"), TT: 42
Lehabim, MG: 99
Leibnitz, Gottfried Wilhelm von, JC: 55
Lent, KL: 3-5, 138,140
Letushim, MG: 202, 203
Leummim, MG: 202, 203
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Levi, (love), CH: 130, 131; (love, union), MG: 236, 237, 269, 275, 344, 345, 365, 366; (union), CH: 73,75,76
Levitation, MJ: 174, 175
License. See Freedom
Life, CH: 22, 44; MG: 45, 46; and substance, MG: 352; as abiding flame in us, KL: 162; as gift of God, KL: 161; as omnipresent and eternal, MG: 205; as omnipresent principle and ex­pression of Being, TT: 40, 45, 46; as son of God, TM: 53; as universal energy, TP: 64; attaining eternal, ASP: 53, 54, 101, 151, 152; center of, KL: 123; compared to battle, MG: 265; conserved, KL: 163; continuity of, KL: 94; crown of, KL: 167; current of, and right relation of ideas, JC: 4, 5, 162; de­fined, JC: 29; difference between essence and living, KL: 60; eternal, KL: 122; MG: 60, 61, 149, 263, 264; MJ: 47, 48, 61, 93, 147, 149, 154, 181; TT: 146-160; everywhere present, JC: 40, 104, 105; first step in realiza­tion of, KL: 123; fullness of, and life con­sciousness, JC: 104, 105; higher, KL: 126; hindrance to attainment of, KL: 122; how to appropriate more of, KL: 123; inner, MJ: 110-112; importance of affirmations in dem­onstrating eternal, TT: 149, 150, 152, 153; intelligence vs. ignorance in the use of, TT: 44; losing one's, MJ: 119; love and wisdom in relation to, MG: 24, 25; man's enmity with, KL: 122; mental and physical phases
of, MG: 209; mind as source of, ASP: 90; natural vs. spiritual, MJ: 25-27; omnipresent, MJ: 52, 63, 110, 111, 168, 174; perpetual ac­tivity of, MJ: 57, 58; precious in God's sight, KL: 125; principle of, MJ: 125, 126, 131, 132; represented by Judas, MG: 305, 306; TM: 16, 22-23, 161-174; secret of inheriting, KL: 122; sense vs. divine ideas of, MG: 24, 25; source of, KL: 20; spiritual, TM: 157-158; struggle of elemental, MG: 36, 37, 56, 96; vs. death, TM: 173-174; wisdom in use of, MJ: 62. See also Death; God; Health
Life center (generative center), spiritual, CH: 47
Life current, KL: 123, 131; how changed, KL: 126; how to make flow, KL: 161; subject to word of man, KL: 73
Life forces, and faith, MG: 181, 182; and misdi­rected desires, TT: 40; error tendencies with­in subjective, MG: 284; Judas and, MJ: 128
Life germs, TP: 68, 69
Light, JC: 115, 116, 124, 140, 178; MJ: 28, 42, 86, 87; and intelligence, MJ: 31; as waves (mind) and particles (matter), JC: 187,188; in science and metaphysics, TP: 120,121; (in­telligence) as one with life, TP: 75, 119-121; of Divine within, KL: 141; of Spirit, KL: 67; TP: 60-63, 68; spiritual, ASP: 81, 82
Limitation, false belief in, KL: 63
Lincoln, Abraham, ASP: 126,127
Liver (mental discrimination), adversely affected by condemnation, CH: 124, 125
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Lodge, Sir Oliver (quoted), P: 4-5
Logic, JC: 190, 191; argues against end of world, KL: 41; of Truth, KL: 19. See also Reason
*Logos, JC: 6, 15, 144, l6l, 163; KL: 15, 172; TP: 17, 66, 61, 73; as idea containing all ideas, MJ: 76; as the Christ, the Son of God, spir­itual man, TP: 168; as the Father, TP: 168-174; defined, CH: 18, 61; TP: 166-168; MJ: 11, 12; God as creative power, MJ: 11; MG: 16, 17; in its healing aspect, TP: 164-174. See also Jesus; Word of God
Loins, as seat of strength, TM: 16, 18
London Times, contest on Shakespeare, ASP: 114, 115
"Looking Backward" (Bellamy), ASP: 31, 32
Lord, TP; 80; all men as chosen of, JC: 115, 116; as translation of word Jehovah, JC: 123; Lord God, MG: 12, 26; (law), MG: 364; mind called, CH: 96, 97; (perfect-man pattern), MG: 4, 5
"Lord's body," ASP: 120, 121, 157, 158; CH: 22; man's place in, TT: 115-119. See also Jehovah
Lord's Prayer, JC: 67, 68, 109; KL: 72; TP: 178; and forgiveness, P: 117-119; and substance, P: 31, 73, 164-165; as series of affirmations, P: 112-113; TP: 3; Fenton version, KL: 108; most powerful prayer Jesus uttered, KL: 174; praying fifteen times, KL: 174
Lord's Supper, symbolic rite of, ASP: 77, 78 Lorenzo, in "Merchant of Venice," ASP: 115 Lot, MG: 119, 122-126, 134, 135, 152, 164-170 Lotan, MG; 283, 284 Lot's wife, and past conditions, ASP: 71, 72; TP:
96, 98 Love, CH: 38, 80, 81, 130-140; JC: 26, 27, 29, 35, 183; KL: 30, 151; MG: 46, 63, 226, 277, 344, 345; MJ: 115-117, 127, 128, 139; TT: 152, 153; and courage, CH: 138; and faith, MG: 126; MJi_JJS; and gravity, TP: 108, 110; and health of body, ASP: 149; and its at­tributes, TT: 56, 61; and spiritual mastery, TP: 58, 59; and the new heaven and new earthy CH: 138. 139: and tb£_4iowejr--of--tlie wx>fd^CH^.136.,JL37; and trust, as protective measures against debt, P: 118; and wisdom, MG: 25, 27, 32, 33, 41, 42; IMiAhQ, 133-134; as a solvent of inharmony, ASP: 72, 75; as blind without wisdom, TT: 78, 79; as builder of mind substance, KL: 34; as daugh­ter of God, TM: 53, 55; as divine ordinance, KL: 35; a^-e^^tkJ-to^cuiL^xawthy-T-P: 108, 109; as_fuIfillmenL.pXIaw, MJ^JL29_i TP: 113; as great force, KL: 30; as harmonizer, TP: 107-111; as idea of universal unity, KL: 151; as magnet, P: 102-103, 106, 109-110, 162; TT: 55, 56, 60, 61; as Principle, KL: 33; .^regenerative power. TM: 58-60; as servant, KL: 35; as, solvent of debts, P: 122-124; as unifying principle in consciousness, MG: 236,
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Power; Race consciousness; Regeneration;
Substance; Thought: Wisdom Lowell, James Russell, JC: 191; TT: 122 Lud, MG: 103 Ludim, MG: 99 Luke, ASP: 101,102 Lust. See Passion; Sex Luther, Martin, JC: 71, 72, 85, 86; and the Protestant
Reformation, ASP: 129, 130 Luz (or Bethel), city, MG: 271, 359, 360
Maacah, MG: 187
"Macbeth" (Shakespeare), ASP: 113
Machir, MG: 376
Machpelah, cave of (burial place), MG: 189-193,
204, 358, 374 Madai, MG: 93 Magdiel, MG: 292 Magi, ASP: 161
Magic, vs. law, TP: 86-89. See also Law Magnet, spiritual, KL: 133 Magog, MG: 93 Mahalalel, MG: 68, 69 Mahalath, MG: 226, 227 Mahanaim (city),MG: 255 Malachi, MG: 221; and tithing, P: 131, 136-137 Malchiel, MG: 348 Malchus,MJ: 153,154 Mammon, CH: 135, 136 Mamre, MG: 127, 135, 157, 192, 204, 276, 374
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Man, KL: 54; a molder and not a creator, ASP: 93, 94; aligns self with law, KL: 158; and con­science, KL: 44; and his lost contact with God, ASP: 68; and his many masks (bodies), ASP: 116; and his spiritual unfoldment, TP: 55-59, 130; and seven centers of his organism, TP: 154-156; and the Christ mind, TP: 138, 139; and the development of his twelve powers, TP: 58, 59; animal nature of, KL: 60; as a son of God (God's idea), TT: 74, 90, 91, 103, 167, 170; as a spiritual being, P: 151; as a tributary of God's stream of substance, P: 24; as anointed son of God (called Christ), TP: 79; as apex of creation, P: 160-161; as architect, KL: 46; as Being in miniature, KL: 54; as builder of flesh and blood, ASP: 120, 121; as child of God, P: 182-185; as co-creator with God, P: 49, 91; TP: 94, 95, 98; as con­summation of the Word, CH: 61; as co-opera­tor with God in forming the universe, CH: 68; as determiner of his own destiny, JC: 100; as epitome of Being, CH: 42, 43; MG: 75, 76; as expresser of the one Mind in multi­tude of ways, CH: 97, 98; as expression of mind, ASP: 58, 88; as focal point in God's consciousness, P: 29; as focus of Spirit, TP: 169; as formative faculty of Being, TT: 70, 71; as free agent, MG: 76, 77; MJ: 140; as gardener, ASP: 141; as God's highest avenue of expression, TP: 20; as God's image and likeness, JC: 14, 15, 46, 47, 60, 61, 74, 127,
154, 186; as God's offspring, MJ: 46, 47; as God's supreme creation, JC: 9, 22; as heir to God's universal resources, P: 16, 23, 90-91,
98,  186; as highest expression of God, TT: 41; as imperishable Spirit, TM: 130; as inlet and outlet of life, substance, and intelligence, of mind, CH: 22, 23; P: 56-69; as "joint-heir with Christ," MJ: 38, 39; as king, ASP: 19, 47; as male and female, TP: 129, 130; TM: 166; as manifest God will, KL: 157; as mind, CH: 12, 13; as mouthpiece of God, TP: 164, 173; as necessary factor in God's work, CH: 33; as offspring of God, ASP: 148, 149; MG: 103; TP: 4, 28, 79, 87; as organized by nature, TT: 105; as power of God in action, KL: 153; as responsible for bringing forth per­fection, TT: 117, 118; as ruling power in universe, MJ: 130; as seed or word of God, ASP: 135, 136; as son of God, ASP: 36, 37; MJ: 17, 18, 42, 43, 162, 163; as spirit, soul, and body, ASP: 28; CH: 72; JC: 71; MG:
99,  231, 307; MJ: 32, 149; TM: 138; TT: 157-159; as spiritual, MG: 62, 63, 68, 263, 264, 271; MJ: 37, 38, 134, 135; TT: 163; as spiritual radio, TP: 59, 81; as steward of God, P: 152-153; as "temple of God," CH: 11, 12; JC: 115, 116, 174, 175, 185; as the ears, mouth, and eyes of God, ASP: 58, 59; as the "image" and "likeness," ASP: 18, 53, 117, 122; CH: 19, 26, 32, 33, 98, 99, 108, 109; MG: 12, 24-26, 30, 33, 65, 75, 76, 231,
98
99
232, 347; TP: 55, 56, 77; as the Son of God, JC: 191; as threefold being, MG: 10-12; as transformer of all things, KL: 55; as will of God externalized, KL: 61; as wise or ignorant builder of life, TT: 90; consciousness of, summed up as God, Jehovah God, and Adam, TT: 15; demonstrating Truth of Being as ob­ject of existence of, CH: 55; desire of, to shift the burden or escape life's experiences, JC: 188, 189; desire vs. rational thinking in, MG: 254; development of, JC: 177, 178; develop­ment and expression of super-consciousness in, ASP: 60; divine spark within, MG: 106; does not live by bread alone, MJ: 180; eras­ing personal, as short cut into kingdom of heaven, TT: 93, 94; establishing the kingdom of the heavens within, MG: 78, 79; evolution of, MJ: 35-38, 163; evolution of, from sense to spiritual consciousness, TM: 120-121; faith innate in, JC: 100, 101; fall of, KL: 54; MJ: 36, 37; Father principle in, MJ: 131, 132; fellowship between God and, MG: 277; fool­ish beliefs about God, KL: 44; generic, repre­sented by Adam, CH: 55; gives way to Christ man, KL: 95; great privileges of, KL: 58; happiness as natural to, TP: 133, 173, 174; Holy Spirit and creation of, ASP: 99; Holy Spirit revealed to, through his spiritual na­ture, TT: 139, 140; ideal vs. intellectual, MG: 26; imperfection in, KL: 59; impor­tance of, in scheme of life, ASP: 60-62; in
midst of a race transition, ASP: 70, 71; in­ability of, to receive fullness of power, JC: 194, 195; intellectual vs. spiritual, TT: 72; inventions of, duplicates of body activity, TM: 135-136; inventive genius of, ASP: 52; Jesus as god vs. Jesus as, ASP: 167, 168; Jesus Christ as perfection made manifest in, MG: 32, 33; lives not by bread alone, MG: 251; made in image of God, KL: 60; makes him­self, ASP: 139; makes own heaven or hell, MJ: 76; mental dominion of, over nature, ASP: 61, 63; mind of, gateway for divine ideas, P: 32; mind's role in consciousness of, JC: 31; must act on own initiative, MG: 363; natural (animal), represented by Lot, MG: 119, 122-126; natural, represented by dis­ciples, MJ: 51; natural, represented by John the Baptist, MJ: 12, 13, 17; natural vs. spir­itual, JC: 10, 11, 175, 176; P: 97, 163-174; TM: 6-7; not a person in cosmic Mind, MJ: 145; of Christ, KL: 185; office of, KL: 119; omnipresence and oneness of Father and Son in, MJ: 16; on way to perfect expression, KL: 54; open to God, KL: 51; place in God's planning, KL: 61; potentialities of, KL: 54; power of, to manifest the ideal, JC: 16; pri­mary work of, KL: 147; real, KL: 56; recog­nition by, of his specific work in creation, ASP: 95-97; redemption of, from sin, TT: 34; same creative process used by God and, MJ: 11; self-knowledge revealed by the I AM
101
100
in, TT: 76; sevenfold and twelvefold nature of, MJ: 68, 69; significance of, ASP: 42, 43; soul and body as helpmeets to, MG: 40; spir­itual, theme of Genesis, MG: 323; spiritual vs. physical, MG: 137; spiritualizing the whole, ASP: 44, 153, 154; subconscious sub­stance and life in, MG: 103; tendency of, to go to extremes, MG: 281; thoughts of, en­dowed with secondary power of thought, CH: 50; to become God incarnate, TT: 142; true estate of, KL: 59; true identity of, CH: 21, 22, 36, 37; twelve faculties of, represented by twelve tribes of Israel, JC: 152; twelve stages in development of, MG: 231, 232; type of body determined by mind of, ASP: 117, 120; (wisdom), MG: 41, 42, 49-53; wisdom and zeal to be combined in, TM: 131-133-See also Jesus; God; God-Mind; I AM; Pow­ers; Regeneration; Soul; Thoughts
Manahath, MG: 285
Manasseh, and Ephraim, TM: 22, 100; (understand­ing), MG: 319, 320, 348, 359, 360, 362, 363, 376. See also Ephraim
Manchester, Harland ("microwaves" article quoted), ASP: 64, 65
Manifestation, CH: 107; MG: 242; and mind, ASP: 90, 91; and its corresponding idea in mind, CH: 44, 45; co-operation of man and God in producing, ASP: 67, 68; intelligence, life, and substance as basis of all, MG: 45, 46. See also Cause and effect
"Many mansions," MJ: 130 Marconi, Guglielmo, JC: 159, 160 Mark, on following Christ, JC: 167 Marriage, and sex, TM: 56-57, 60; and the spiritual consciousness, TT: 83; as union of soul and spirit, TM: 166; as union of two states of consciousness, MJ: 24, 101, 102; holy (gen­eration of divine ideas), MG: 51-53; (in Cana of Galilee), symbolism of, MJ: 24-27 Martha, CH: 13; MJ: 106, 107,115 Mary, TP: 66; and Joseph, P: 44; (Magdalene), ASP: 145, 146; MJ: 167, 168; mother of Jesus (intuition), MJ: 24; sister of Martha, MJ: 106, 107, 115, 116; (source of life), MJ: 25 Mash, MG: 104
Masks (bodies), man and his many, ASP: 116 Massa, MG: 206
"Masters," and occult brotherhood, JC: 19, 20 Materia medica, vs. metaphysics, TT: 19, 20 Materiality, KL: 20, 118 Matred, MG: 290, 291
Matter, JC: 187, 188; KL: 14, 66; and ether, TP: 131; and God, JC: 26, 27; as form of mind, P: 104; end of world of, JC: 20, 149; false importance of, MJ: 126, 127; hidden energy in, ASP: 9; intelligence in, ASP: 92; power of mind over, ASP: 30; replaced by atomic energy, ASP: 51, 52; soul quality impressed upon, MG: 188. See also Energy; World
102
103
Matthew (will), CH: 116; MJ: 107; TM: 16, 21-22, 97-109
Maundy, Thursday, KL: 139
McKay, Dr. Roy H. ("Let's Operate"), TP: 104, 105
Medan, MG: 201, 202
Medicine, no permanent healing through, JC: 80
Meditation, KL: 12, 15; MG: 254; and ideas of Truth, MG: 228; building the Christ body through, ASP: 78; excessive, as dulling re­ceptivity, TP: 117, 118. See also Prayer
Mediumship, CH: 113; MJ: 101, 102; TT: 36. See also Hypnotism
Medulla oblogata (base of brain), as seat of zeal, TP: 127; TM: 16, 22, 140-141
Mehetabel, MG: 290, 291
Mehujael, MG: 62
Melanchthon, Philipp, JC: 71, 72, 85, 86
Melchizedek, king of Salem (Christ consciousness), MG: 136
Memory, KL: 89; in connection with reincarnation,
KL:99
Mental conceptions, KL: 24
Mental dominion, KL: 68
Mental laws. See Laws
Mental pictures, KL: 52, 154
Mental realm. See Realm
Mental renewal, KL: 13, 17, 51
Mental science, Jesus' teaching more than, ASP: 73
Merari, MG: 345
"Merchant of Venice" (Shakespeare), ASP: 115
104
Mesha (place or tribe), MG: 107
Meshech, MG: 93
Mesmer, Franz Anton, JC: 45, 46
Mesmerism. See Hypnotism
Mesopotamia, MG: 199
Messiah, ASP: 166; MG: 366, 367; MJ: 17, 65; ("anointed"), spiritual meaning of term, JC: 10; (anointed One, Saviour), CH: 75, 76; Hebrews', CH: 23
Metaphysicians, logic of, KL: 19; modern beliefs of, KL: 38
Metaphysics, and Trinity, JC: 121, 122; as under­standing of realm of ideas and their expres­sion, TT: 70
Methuselah, MG: 69
Methushael, MG: 62
Me-zahab, MG: 290, 291
Mibsam, MG: 206
Mibzar, MG: 292
Michelangelo, and imagination, P: 94; and statue of Moses, ASP: 83
Micro-organism, and thought, TT: 14-27
Microwaves, ASP: 64, 65
Midian, MG: 201-203
Midianites, ASP: 54; MG: 145,146, 299
"Midsummer Night's Dream" (Shakespeare), ASP: 106
Milcah, MG: 114, 185, 199
Mill, John Stuart, TM: 83
Millennium, ASP: 53; dawn of, in man's keeping,
105
TT: 124, 125; federation of nations to usher
in, MG: 111 Miller, Hugh, MG: 3 Millikan, Prof. Robert Andrews (quoted), ASP:
164, 165 Mind, CH: 120, 121; JC: 187, 188; P: 29, 31, 49,
57,  73, 101; TP: 4, 58, 59, 81, 82, 87, 88, 108, 109, 177, 178; TT: 10, 12, 16, 18, 33, 41, 57, 72; active and passive side of, MG: 126; affirmation and denial as dual attributes of, CH: 51-55; and ideas, CH: 16, 18; and spirit, as synonymous, CH: 11, 12; as absolute and unlimited, CH: 66, as being and appearance, P: 27-29; as builder and restorer of body, ASP: 133; as causative power, TT: 82; as center of man's world, ASP: 29; as creative force, MJ: 13; as every­where present, TP: 11, 160, l6l; as generator of energy, TM: 32; as generator of thought, TT: 7, 8; as invisible source of good, ASP: 90, 91; as knowing quality of Being, TT: 71; as light, TP: 120, 121; as link between God and man, JC: 30-32; as molder of man's world, TP: 98; as place of origin of acts, JC:
58,   186; as producer of destructive force, ASP: 15; as source of health, JC: 40; as storehouse of ideas, ASP: 97; as the origin of all things, P: 26-27, 51; attributes of, imaged in man's soul, P: 76; body as executor of mandates of, ASP: 119; brain as efficient instrument of, ASP: 34; building the body
106
through, TM: 37; Christ's love as cleanser of man's, MJ: 126; communion of mind with, ASP: 89, 90, 92, 93; condition as image in, ASP: 47; continuity of, after death, TM: 173-174; creative, as the Father (also called "heaven"), JC: 18, 47; crucifying carnal, ASP: 148; discipline of, JC: 97; MJ: 28; divided, MG: 98, 133; Divine, vs. sense, JC: 81; establishing one's I AM identity with Divine, ASP: 123; "Father" as, ASP: 40; finding God through, JC: 31; P: 91-92; formative power of, MG: 18; freedom of, and the search for truth, TT: 104; hearing and seeing with, ASP: 56, 57; how soul and body are formed by, MG: 324, 325; idea and expression, CH: 20, 21, 61; idea, and mani­festation, JC: 31, 54, 64, 121, 122; MG: 12-15, 241, 242, 340, 341; MJ: 11; TT: 14, 15, 106; imagination and faith as co-creators in, P: 49, 91; importance of development of man's spiritual, ASP: 68, 69; importance of knowing laws of, ASP: 87, 88, 91; impor­tance of studying and understanding laws of, CH: 12, 19; P: 29-30, 45-46, 57-60; in­nocence of, as its own defense, TT: 107, 108; intellectual phase of, MJ: 112; interflowing of, MJ: 123; kingdom of, ASP: 49, 82, 87; TP: 124, 163; laws of, exact, JC: 34, 35, 44; learning language of, MG: 317, 318; life in relation to, MJ: 57; man and universe founded on, JC: 3; manifesting itself as trinity
107
of spirit, soul, and body, MG: 157, 158; man's, as only place he exercises dominion, P: 92-93, 155-156; man's inheritance of in­finite and creative, ASP: 58; man's reforma­tion starts in, MJ: 98; molds matter, JC: 186, 187; necessity for unity between mind of man and Divine, ASP: 43; of nature as man's servant, JC: 188; on trusting logic of, CH: 8, 9; overloading the, TM: 144; Paul on im­portance of, ASP: 29; Paul on renewal of, MJ: 182; peace of, JC: 176, 177; perfection in, to be expressed in man, as it was in Jesus, TT: 117-120; perfect-man body and creative, ASP: 120, 121; permanency of good thoughts in, ASP: 48; power of man's, in meeting ad­verse situations, ASP: 52; power of, to build or destroy human body, CH: 52-54; root of man's mastery in own, ASP: 63, 64; scholas­tic culture and, ASP: 88; science of, JC: 126, 127; sense vs. spiritual, P: 74-76; shadow of a "clouded," ASP: 81; study of healthy, JC: 30, 31; substance and universal, MJ: 73; sub­stance, force, and intelligence, as three con­stituents of, CH: 62; the one, vs. individual mind, CH: 97, 107; tuning man's, to Divine Mind, TP: 81, 82, 160, 161; union (reunion) of body and, MG: 262, 263, 324; universe originated and sustained in, TM: 143; un­limited ideas in, JC: 18; various phases of, and their function in body, ASP: 42; various writers on, TM: 83; vs. body, MG: 224, 225;
wealth of, as wealth of manifestation, P: 87-101. See also Body; Brain; Christ; Conscious­ness; God; God-Mind; Ideas; Kingdom of God; Man; Substance; Trinity
Mind, conscious, KL: 87; as crucible for ideas, KL: 39; as meeting ground between God and man, KL: 10; bound by time, KL: 170; control of consciousness in, KL: 77; dominates the body, KL: 80; has own law of dynamics, KL: 47; illusions created by KL: 88; man's cognizance of, KL: 59; subdivisions of, KL: 17; unified with Divine Mind in daily worship, KL: 77, 178; use of, KL: 87
Mind, subconscious, KL: 87; release of light and energy in, KL: 71; spoken of as "heart," KL: 91; spoken of as "memory," KL: 89; true office of, KL: 87
Mind, superconscious, KL: 88; as Principle, KL: 63; instrument of regeneration, KL: 89; labora­tory of, KL: 116; not subject to lack, KL 64; opposition from mind of the flesh, KL 131; ready to pour forth blessing, KL: 88 wider horizons of, KL: 110
Mind readers, MJ: 22
Ministering, MJ: 124,125
Miracle(s), ASP: 9, 10, 13, 30, 83; 126, 127, 130; JC: 3, 41, 71, 72, 129,142; MJ: 42, 52, 53, 74, 112, 172; and the early Christians, CH: 88; changing water to wine, KL: 75; definition of, KL: 178; modern analysis of Bible, ASP: 84; of modern science, ASP: 65; rationally
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109
explained, ASP: 38; vs. universal law, TT: 111. See also Healing; Law
Misers, P: 168-169
Mishma, MG: 206
Mizpah (cairn), MG: 252. See also Jegar-sahadutha
Mizraim, MG: 96
Mizzah, MG: 281
Moab, MG: 170; land of, MG: 131
Moabites, MG: 170
Molecule, as seat of intelligence, substance, and ac­tion, CH: 50. See also Atom
Money, constructive vs. destructive purposes in sav­ing of, P: 165-166, 168; dependence on God, and not on, P: 73, 83, 162; dire results of "pinching attitude" with respect to, P: 167-168; how to think about, KL: 102; made for man, and not man for, P: 80, 181-185; mak­ing of, vs. building of character, P: 160-161; manipulation of, by greed, P: 147; Paul on love of, CH: 135, 136; P: 162; power of, KL: 106; power of, as represented by Goliath, P: 181-184; right and wrong use of, P: 16, 90, 109, 113, 150-151, 156, 165-166; unjustly deferred to, KL: 105. See also Wealth
Monotheism, MG: 319, 320
Moore, Thomas ("Thou art, O God"), TT: 100
Moreh (place), MG: 120, 152
Morgan, Angela ("Behold the Angel!"), ASP: 23, 24
Moriah, land of, MG: 183
110
Moses, ASP: 54, 81, 83, 85; JC: 53, 75, 76, 122, 139-141, 156; KL: 3, 106, 138, 154; MJ: 37, 75; P: 98; TM: 59; TP: 121, 137; TT: 17, 157; and Genesis, MG: 3, 22, 25; and obe­dience to Spirit, TT: 97; and the I AM, TT: 76, 77; and the pattern on the mount, CH: 100, 101, 130, 131; TP: 24; as lawgiver, CH: 120; (denial) P: 70-71; as master of nature, JC: 164; as symbol of "drawing-out" (evolu­tionary) process, MJ: 66; TM: 120-129; Book of, MJ: 65; doubtful authorship of, MG: 3; (law), ASP: 156, 157; vs. Jesus Christ, MJ: 15, 16; TM: 112, 114-116
Moslem rule, ASP: 59
Mother, universal, MJ: 69
Mother-God, JC: 183, 184. See also Father-Mother God
"Mount." See "Upper room"
"Mount of Jehovah." See "Upper room"
Mount of Olives, MJ: 84, 85
Mouth, TM: 141
Movement, KL: 38
Mozart, TM: 139
Muppim, MG: 350
Music, principle of, KL: HI
"Mysterious Universe" (Jeans), ASP: 169, 170
Mystics, MJ: 150
Naamah, MG: 64
Naaman, JC: 75; MG: 349, 350; the Syrian, healing of, and Elisha, interpreted, TP: 148-153
111
Nahath, MG: 280, 281
Nahor, MG: 113, 185-187, 199
Name, meaning of, MG: 65; relation of character
and, MG: 151 Naming, MG: 40
Naomi (spiritual thought). See Ruth Naphish, MG: 207 Naphtali (elimination), MG: 275; (strength),
MG: 238, 351, 369 Naphtuhim, MG: 100 Napoleon, JC: 106; KL: 47 Nathanael. See Bartholomew
Nature, healing power of, JC: 18, 19; hidden forces of, MJ: 174; man's dominion over, ASP: 61, 63; restorative power of, as Holy (healing) Spirit, JC: 170,182 Navel, as seat of order, TM: 16, 22, 110-129 Nebaioth, MG: 205, 226 Negation, KL: 141 Nehemiah, KL: 37 Neith, MG: 348 Nephilim, MG: 73, 74
Nerves, as transmitters of mind's messages, CH: 45, 46, 64, 65; mind controls body through, MG: 258, 259 New birth, KL: 162. See also Rebirth New Jerusalem, ASP: 166; JC: 84, 115; explained,
TT: 112, 125, 128, 129, 159, 160 New Testament, as work on spiritual physiology,
CH: 27, 28 Newman, Cardinal, KL: 87
Nicodemus, CH: 28, JC: 10, 85; MJ: 33-35, 37, 82,
83; TP: 15 Nimrod, MG: 97, 98 Nineveh (city), MG: 98, 99 Nirvana, MJ: 151 Noah, MG: 108, 109; and the "flood," MG: 74-
84, 87, 90; symbolism of (rest), MG: 69, 70,
80, 82; drunkenness of, MG: 88, 89 Nod (east of Eden), MG: 61, 62 Nonresistance, KL: 30,195 Nose, TM: 141 Numbers, meaning of, MG: 11, 12, 80, 81, 83, 181,
358, 359
Obadiah, MG: 221
Obal, MG: 106
Obedience, concerning spiritual, TT: 93-98; spirit of,
KL: 35 Occultism, ASP: 163,164 Ohad, MG: 344 Oholibamah, MG: 277
Old age, cause of, TP: 127, 128; on erasing, CH: 105 "Old man," vs. "new man," ASP: 124 Omar, MG: 279 Omnipresence, CH: 66-68, 120, 121; KL: 83; MG:
229, 230, 244, 245; MJ: 146; TP: 11, 83-85;
God's, JC: 36, 71, 90, 191; lesson on, MJ:
46, 41, 131, 132; time and, ASP: 157 Omnipresent Intelligence, KL: 45 Omniscience, MJ: 146 On (Heliopolis), city, MG: 319, 320, 349
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113
Onam, MG: 286
Onan, MG: 303, 345
Oneness, concerning, TP: 83, 84, 87, 88; with life, KL: 123
Open-mindedness, MJ: 100
Ophir, MG: 107
Order, MG: 207; divine, JC: 117, 118, 121, 130; in body and affairs, JC: 119, 120; in food and clothing, JC: 120, 121; represented by James, son of Alphaeus, MG: 241, 242; rep­resented by Zebulun, MG: 241, 242, 275, 346; spiritual law and, represented by James, son of Alphaeus, TM: 16, 22, 110-129
Organism, action of mind in bodily, likened to that of city telephone system, CH: 45, 46
Osiris, and Isis, TT: 99
Overcomer, KL: 180,190
Overcoming, KL: 38, 180; daily practice in, MJ: 149; way of, ASP: 38,39
Paddan, Paddan-aram (tableland), MG: 226, 248,
272 Pain, MG: 178 Palestine, ASP: 59 Pallu, MG: 343 Palm Sunday, KL: 139,188 Pantheism, JC: 190, 191 Parables, JC: 84 Paradise, MJ: 37; as state of consciousness, TT: 114.
See also Garden of Eden Paran, wilderness of, MG: 179
Parker, Doctor, on microbe of death, TT: 19, 20
Passion, P: 82; indulgence of, a hindrance to success, P: 19-20
Passover, feast of, MJ: 28, 114
Past, body renewal and denial of, ASP: 157
Pasteur, Louis, TT: 17; TM: 147-148
Pathrusim, MG: 100
Patience, KL: 181
Patmos, island of, ASP: 83
Paul, ASP: 11, 13, 15, 20, 21, 59, 100, 120, 121, 156, 168, 169, 171; CH: 11, 20, 30, 31, 36, 106, 133; JC: 4, 29, 52, 117, 118, 142, 148, 185, 193; MG: 30, 41, 56, 58, 115, 116, 149, 151, 174, 175, 199, 207, 220, 260; MJ: 31, 182; P: 21, 133, 135, 146, 162; TM: 63-64, 73, 115, 119; TP: 51, 71, 73, 85, 106, 108, 113-115,159,161-163; TT: 47, 50,85,86,137,142, 146, 147; and his conception of man's salva­tion through blood of Jesus, TT: 167, 168; and Silas, JC: 75, 76; TP: 82; and the Lord's body, TT: 117; awakening of, TM: 92-93; conversion of, ASP: 26-29; on allegory, CH: 31, 73, 74; on all-sufficiency, KL: 103; on cause of weakness, sickness, and death, KL: 19; on condemnation, KL: 98; on dying daily, ASP: 43; JC: 163; on faith, JC: 74, 75, 100, 101; on glorifying God in one's body, ASP: 80, 123; on law of thought in finances, KL: 102; on mind of Christ in men, KL: 111; on mystery of Christ, KL: 27; on natural vs. spir­itual body, TT: 105, 106; on peace, KL: 6;
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115
on realization of oneness, KL: 11; on resur­rection, JC: 12, 13; KL: 21; on scientific re­ligion, KL: 76; on sonship, CH: 25; on son-ship of man, KL: 130; on subjects for thought, KL: 135; on temple of living God, ASP: 81; teaching about unity ascribed to, ASP: 29; the zealot, ASP: 26, 27; (visions), CH: 102, 103
Payne, John Howard, TM: 56
Peace, JC: 141, 142, 176; KL: 175; MG: 105, 208, 212-213, 216; MJ: 37, 56; of Jesus Christ, MJ: 171; of knowing God, KL: 9; our in­fluence for, KL: 5
Peleg,MG: 105
Peniel (or Penuel) (place), MG: 260
Perception, necessity of death of material, ASP: 153, 154
Perez, MG: 306, 307, 345
Perfection, attainment of, KL: 18; Divine idea of, KL: 22; entering through affirmation, KL: 142; not out of reach, KL: 144; of body, KL: 19; on bringing forth, CH: 105, 106; pro­cesses to, KL: 59
Perizzites, MG: 146, 269
Persecution, MJ: 142,157
Personal will. See Will
Personality, JC: 17, 69; MJ: 133,134; and inferiority complex, TP: 78, 79; and Holy Spirit, MJ: 136; as a means of development, TM: 99-100; as representative of states of consciousness, MG: 293; love and wounded, MJ: 117
Peter, ASP: 145; JC: 83, 106, 163, 166; KL: 116-120; MJ: 167; TP: 24, 102; as illustration of faith's victory over doubt, CH: 91; as repre­senting one aspect of the I AM, TT: 15, 16; as "rock," MJ: 12, 13; TP: 118; (church), as man's immortal body, JC: 50; dreams and visions of, CH: 102, 103; TM: 77; failure of, MJ: 129; (faith), ASP: 152, 156, 157; JC: 47, 102, 103; MJ: 20, 21, 68, 69, 126, 127, 153-155, 179, 180; TM: 17-18, 28-29, 45, 134; (faith), as "rock," CH: 73, 86, 91, 92; P: 42, 45; TT: 52-54, 90, 102, 103; on the Christ, the Son of God, CH: 66, 61; (Simeon), MG: 151; (visions), TT: 137
Peter the Hermit, and the Crusades, ASP: 59
Phallicism, MG: 194
Pharaoh, MG: 301, 311, 324, 340, 354, 355; TM: 122-129; as ruler of solar plexus, MG: 121, 122, 308, 317, 318, 357. See also Solar plexus
Pharisees, ASP: 145; KL: 188; MJ: 33-35, 60, 65, 77, 78, 82, 83, 96-99, 112, 113
Pharpar (river of Damascus), TP: 149
Phicol, MG: 216
Philip, JC: 190; (power), MG: 239; MJ: 21, 24, 25, 68, 69, 119, 132; TM: 16-19, 62
Philistines, MG: 100, 102, 214, 215, 217; P: 181, 184
Philo (Judaeus), on the Logos, TP: 167
Phylacteries, JC: 90-92 ;TT: 172, 173,175
Physical translation, KL: 69
116
117
Physiology, and body building, TT: 147-149; vs. metaphysics, on health, TT: 152-154
Pilate, Pontius, MJ: 161, 162
Pildash, MG: 186
Pineal gland (center of brain), as seat of faith, CH: 86, 87, 89; TM: 16,31
Pinon, MG: 292
Pishon (river), MG: 36, 37
Plato, TT: 75; Emerson on, TT: 9; on pure reason, TT: 117; ("Republic"), ASP: 31, 32
Pleasure, not an end in itself, TM: 57-58
Plenty, MG: 321, 322, 340; affirming, P: 41, 103-104, 169-170, 177-178; importance of thanks­giving in demonstrating, ASP: 102
Poincare, Henri, JC: 48
Polygamy, MJ: 89
Pope, Alexander ("Essay on Man"), TP: 110; (quoted), JC: 117
Potiphar, MG: 301, 308-311, 320
Potiphera, MG: 319, 349
Poverty, as sin, P: 60-61; causes of, KL: 101; con­sciousness of, as cause of famine and want in China and India, P: 90. See also Lack Power, KL: 153; MG: 274; as action of God in man, TM: 68; asserting one's, ASP: 47; available to man, KL: 54; center in throat, KL: 155; declared by Jesus, KL: 73; defined, JC: 25, 26; destructive, KL: 73; gained through individual obedience to overcoming law, TM: 69; life-giving, JC: 16, 17; love vs. intellect, in relation to, TT: 58, 59; misuse of, JC: 26;
TM: 66; new source of, KL: 143; of the I AM, KL: 145; represented by Gad, MG: 239, 275, 276, 346, 351, 368; represented by Philip, MG: 239; MJ: 21, 24, 25, 68, 69, 119, 132; TM: 16-19, 61-70; to be invoked, JC: 188; twelve powers of Christ, KL: 113. See also Love
Powers, man as user and not possessor of God's cre­ation and, TT: 92,93
Powers and nerve centers. See Body
Practicing the presence of God. See God; Jesus; Prayer
Praetorium, MJ: 156
Praise, CH: 74-76; MG: 237, 275, 300, 305, 337, 343, 344, 352, 366, 367; and increase, CH: 80; importance of, in demonstration, CH: 78-80; P: 35, 41, 105; TP: 34, 35, 82, 91, 92; represented by Judea, MJ: 41. See also Judah; Prayer
Prayer, ASP: 28, 29; JC: 175, 176; MG: 84, 139, 260, 346; TT: 137, 138; active trust as form of, CH: 127; an entry of the ego into realm of mind forces, TP: 28, 29; and desire, TP: 4; and energy, ASP: 40; and facial radiance, ASP: 83, 84; and faith, CH: 76, 77; JC: 72,
74, 75, 79, 80; TP: 29, 31, 157-163; and heal­ing, TP: 177, 178; and health, JC: 39, 79-81; and joy, TP: 43-46; and praise, CH: 74-80; and purpose, TP: 45, 46; and reconstruction of body, TT: 107; and spiritual ethers, JC:
75,  76, 83, 84; and spiritual inspiration, JC:
118
119
Ill; and supply, TP: 41; and thanksgiving, JC: 78, 137, 138; MJ: 111, 115, 116; P: 35, 84,105,129; TP: 35,43,44,82; and the power of the word, CH: 69; and the spiritual ethers, TP: 19, 28, 29, 32, 43, 139; and the spirituali-zation of the body, ASP: 81; as an affirmation of Being, JC: 67; as communion, not asking for things, TP: 4, 5, 12, 13, 28, 29; as cumu­lative, CH: 78; as invocation, meditation, concentration, denial, and affirmation, JC: 70; as language of spirituality, KL: 10; as man's approach to God, TP: 21; as mind action, KL: 10; as point of contact between man's mind and Divine Mind, CH: 14, 15, 78; audible and silent ASP: 12; begging vs. af­firmative, P: 74-85; believing and receiving in, ASP: 104; cause of unanswered, CH: 80; P: 93-94; consciousness of I AM presence through, JC: 123; constructive words and, MJ: 76; daily, and the consciousness of the inner One, CH: 15; JC: 169; does not change God, KL: 146; dynamic character of atom and, ASP: 11, 12; effective, JC: 74; Emerson on, TP: 36; for realization, and its consum­mation, JC: 47; freedom from debt through, P: 129-130; gives spiritual poise, ASP: 30; how to pray, KL: 71; importance of getting still in, JC: 80; in Jehovah's name, TP: 18; in Jesus' name, JC: 84,164-167; Jesus' directions for, JC: 77; Job on, TP: 4; law of, CH: 80, 81; lowest vs. highest form of, ASP: 67;
man's access to Divine Mind's ideas through, MG: 27; necessity of, JC: 69, 125; not suppli­cation or begging, JC: 67, 78, 83; of Jesus, KL: 72; Paul on, CH: 30, 31; TP: 159; peace as result of, MG: 105; perception and recep­tivity in, P: 44; persistency in, JC: 68, 85, 86; personal vs. universal will in, TM: 108; poise in, MG: 302, 303; power of group, ASP: 30; practicing the presence of God in, TP: 4, 11-13, 24, 25, 136, 137; praise closely related to, MG: 305; (praise) represented by Judah, MG: 237, 275, 300, 305, 331, 332, 337; presence of Jesus felt through, JC: 11, 12, 17, 18; redemption of body and intellect through, TP: 26; related to laws of God, JC: 76; release of electronic energy by, TM: 5-6; resurrection of Jesus made possible by, MJ: 172, 173; scientific, ASP: 29; KL: 170; silent vs. audible, JC: 78, 79; supplicative vs. af­firmative, TP: 159; TM: 27; supplication, vs. thanksgiving in, CH: 75, 76; to God a com­munion of Father and Son, TP: 5, 13; turning to God within, for supply, P: 74; unanswered, MG: 175; unselfish, MJ: 150; value of con­centration in, TP: 31, 32; value of persistence in, ASP: 32, 33, 126, 127; way to spiritual un­derstanding through, TM: 93, 123; why not always effective, KL: 72. See also Com­munion; Concentration; Faith; God; God's will; Holy Spirit; Meditation; Prosperity; Thanksgiving; Treatment
120
121
Prayer treatments, sample, for body disorders, TP: 179-182; six-day, TP: 182-188
Prayer wheels, JC: 90-92; TT: 173,175
"Preparation," MJ: 164
Prince of Peace, ASP: 172; MG: 366, 367; TP: 28, 101; TT: 124
Principle, JC: 34; KL: 177; TP: 168, 169; and king­dom of mind, ASP: 49; as source of all life, MJ: 138, 139; Christ the idea of, KL: 54; divine, MG: 207; Father, Son, and Holy Ghost omnipresent as, TT: 68, 69; how to demonstrate, KL: 177; knowing and demon­strating, P: 56-57; legitimate outworking of, KL: 69; loyalty to, the way to fullness of good, P: 65-66; of good and evil, KL: 60; of mathematics or music, KL: 14, 63, 156; of music, KL: 111
Problems, economic, and their solution, TP: 128; way to solve one's, ASP: 70,71
Prodigal son, KL: 88, 133; parable of, interpreted, CH: 15, 35; P: 60-63, 166; TP: 84, 87, 89
Promised Land, ASP: 143; CH: 37, 38, 109; JC: 95, 96; KL: 56, 57; MG: 122, 123, 126, 153, 217, 284, 319, 320; P: 70, 155-156, 181, 184-185; TT: 113,164
Prophecy, and the kingdom of God, TT: 122-125
Prosperity, ASP: 35; KL: 101;.MG: 230; TP: 89, 146, 147, 178; affirming, ASP: 99; and cheer­fulness, TP: 104-106; and divine substance, TP: 94, 95; and Holy Spirit, MJ: 143, 144; and praise, TP: 34, 92; and prayer, TP:
122
35-37, 131; and the word, TP: 137; as result of conformity to law of right thinking, re­gardless of religious belief, P: 88-89; as re­sult of dependence on God, P: 49-50; con­sciousness of, vs. accumulation of riches, P: 88-89, 167-168, 171-172; God's law of, to be used daily, P: 86; imagination as source of, MG: 375; its laws and demonstration, P: 20-23, 33-34, 50-51, 137-138, 160, 169-170; key to achieving, KL: 85; recipe for, ASP: 105; result of work, KL: 37; scriptural cases of, p: 44.47, 60-63, 65-66, 77, 79, 99-101, 113-114; vs. lack, TP: 122; Webster on, P: 87; why Jews have been noted for, KL: 104
Protestant Reformation, ASP: 129, 130
Proverbs, on cheerfulness, TP: 132-133
Psalms, as hymnbook, TP: 135
Psyche, TP: 47. See also Soul
Psychic forces, handling, TP: 47-54. See also Soul realm
Psychic phenomena, MJ: 47; TM: 171-174; TP: 50-53; TT: 158
Psychic realm, MG: 37, 38, 93
Psychoanalysis, and Shakespeare, ASP: 108. See also Therapy
Psychology, JC: 142-144, 155, 156; and Shakes­peare, ASP: 107, 108; place in religion today, KL: 76
Public work, withdrawing from, MJ: 70
Purification, MJ: 57, 58; Christ Spirit, MG: 107
Puritan fathers, and the Mosaic law, TM: 113-114
123
Purpose, TP: 45, 46. See also Prayer
Put (Phut) (people or country), MG: %
Puvah, MG: 346
Pythagoras, ASP: 115; JC: 171; (quoted), TP: 44
Raamah, MG: 97
Raamses (or Rameses), MG: 355
Race, destiny of, in hands of man, ASP: 52, 53; new, ASP: 28, 29, 32-34, 168, 169; KL: 189; MJ: 149
Race beliefs, KL: 72
Race consciousness, ASP: 29; JC: 130, 146, 147, 159 KL: 131, 181; MG: 72, 73, 140; TP: 64, 65 68, 69; TT: 164-168; and avarice, P: 127-128 and charity, P: 152-153; and death, ASP 142; MJ: 63; TT: 45, 46; and love, TT: 61 and money, P: 150-151; and psychic vibra­tions, TP: 50; and the parable of the prodigal son, CH: 35, 36; and the visible reign of Christ, TT: 123-125; establishing a new, ASP: 39; Jesus Christ and, MJ: 123, 124. See also Jesus
Rachel, CH: 75, 76; MG: 233, 235, 237, 238, 240-242, 244, 245, 252, 261, 262, 273, 275, 327, 328, 360, 361
Radiance, bodily, ASP: 81; facial, ASP: 83, 84, 150, 151
Radiation, soul, JC: 110
Radio, TM: 29-30
Rainy days, P: 165-166
Rameses (or Raamses), MG: 355
124
Reader's Digest (periodical), ASP: 64
Realization, ASP: 28, 29, 32, 33; JC: 45, 47, 176; KL: 170; and health, JC: 49; as expectancy objectified, JC: 50, 51; meaning of, JC: 40; spiritual, ASP: 29
Realm, Pharisees in man's mental, MJ: 98, 99
Reason (of Spirit), pure, and body regeneration, TT: 119
Rebekah, KL: 78; MG: 186, 189, 225, 271, 323; TP: 140; (beauty), MG: 199-201, 208, 209, 213, 217-220; (high ideals), MG: 194
Rebirth, JC: 10, 52. See also Birth
Receptivity, JC: 112, 113, 176, 177; Spiritual, TP: 118. See also Hearing
Redemption, KL: 71, 124; MG: 115, 116, 151, 152, 323; body, ASP: 44, 124, 131; of man, ASP: 102, 103; Paul on body, TM: 6-7. See also Man; Prayer; Regeneration; Thoughts
Re-embodiment. See Reincarnation
Reforms, and reformers, TT: 7-9, 165
Regeneration, ASP: 66, 67; JC: 10, 11, 52, 72, 73, 83, 84, 97; MG: 154,184, 306, 320, 353, 357; MJ: 34, 109, 173, 174; TM: 58-59, 65, 79, 102, 128; TP: 64, 65, 68, 69, 109, 110; TT: 34, 119, 147,154; and obedience to Spirit, TT: 112, 113; and love, CH: 131, 132, 137, 138; and the mystical marriage, TM: 166-167; and the Sermon on the Mount, TT: 86, 87; as process of body refinement, CH: 38, 39; body, ASP: 43, 119; by superconscious mind, KL: 89; following Jesus in, ASP: 42;
125
imagination's part in, TM: 80-81; method of, MG: 323, 339; only safe way to eternal life, KL: 74; purification of human life by, TM: 128; through appropriating Christ atoms, KL: 133; transmutation and, MJ: 27; two states of mind at work in, MJ: 17, 18; union of spirit and body in, MJ: 25. See also Birth; Body;Jesus
Rehoboth (well), MG: 215
Rehoboth-Ir (city), MG: 99
Reincarnation, ASP: 28; JC: 13; KL: 93; MG: 90, 189, 191, 192; MJ: 96, 97; TM: 89, 138, 146-147, 171-174; TT: 156,157, 159; a temporary remedy, KL: 94; and genius, JC: 49; and psychic phenomena, TP: 50, 51; and Shakes­peare, ASP: 107-109, 111; genius as result of repeated, TM: 139; of Hitlers, ASP: 53, 54; partly to be speculated on, KL: 99; when no longer necessary, KL: 28
Rejuvenation, ASP: 101. See also Youth
Relaxation, TM: 159-160
Religion, applied to development of cosmic mind for human family, ASP: 60, 61; as way out of present chaos, ASP: 68, 69; Christ Spirit vs. formal, MJ: 154; "inherited," MJ: 33, 34; not dolorous thing, MG: 175; spiritual vs. psychical world in, ASP: 112; teachings of Jesus and, MG: 156; value of science to, ASP: 40. See also Science
Renunciation, KL: 160; MG: 78; dissolving memory through, MG: 168; represented by Thad-daeus, TM: 16, 21, 142-160
Repentance, JC: 189, 190; KL: 141; and forgive­ness, JC: 58, 59; MG: 337; as form of de­nial, CH: 57, 58; meaning of, MG: 340
Rephaim (pre-Israelitish people), MG: 131
Reproduction, physical, MG: 129, 162
"Republic" (Plato), ASP: 31, 32
Resen (city),MG: 99
Resources, imagination as avenue to spiritual, MG: 329, 330
Rest, MG: 74-78, 81, 82
Resurrection, ASP: 37, 38, 40, 41, 145, 146; CH: 35; JC: 13; KL: 197; MG: 71; MJ: 167, 171-175; TT: 48, 49, 164; body, ASP: 116, 119, 120, 123, 124, 147-149; in the living, ASP: 44; mental, ASP: 120, 121; of body, impor­tance of, KL: 21; of body, not limited to Jesus, TM: 91-92; TT: 114, 115; of "damna­tion," KL: 98; of Jesus in us, KL: 13; not confined to Jesus, KL: 151. See also Body
Reu, MG: 113
Reuben, MG: 240, 241, 365; (discernment), MG: 298; (sight, vision), CH: 72, 75, 76; MG: 236, 274, 330, 343, 344 Reuel, MG: 277, 280 Reumah, MG: 186,187
Revelation, ASP: 159; sixth chapter of, explained, JC: 150, 151; seventh chapter of, explained, JC: 152; and meditative state of mind, JC:
127
126
82, 83; Book of, first chapter explained, TM: 7-8; twenty-second chapter explained, TM: 164; in sleep and dreams, JC: 82
Revolution, mental and spiritual, ASP: 60, 61
Riches, sin of, not in possession but in love of money, P: 89-90, 161-163. See also Wealth
"Righteous indignation," CH: 125, 126
Riphath, MG: 94
"River of life," MJ: 93
Rosh, MG: 350
Rotherham, Joseph Bryant, TT: 87
Ruth and Naomi, P: 65, 77
Sabbath, KL: 171; MG: 31, 32; MJ: 164; as insti­tution, KL: 171; as man-made institution, TM: 112-116; as state of consciousness, MJ: 59, 60; made for man, KL: 172
Sabtah, MG: 97
Sabteca, MG: 97
Sacrament, KL: 167
Sacrifice, privilege of, KL: 95
Sacrifices, MG: 143, 144, 178, 183, 184, 253; unto Jehovah, MG: 58, 59. See also Jehovah
Salem (place), MG: 136
Salim, MJ: 41
Salvation, ASP: 26, 74, 157, 158; JC: 162, 165; MG: 139, 146; MJ: 39, 40, 46-49, 51, 52, 66; and the Holy Spirit, TT: 139, 140; dependent on consciousness, KL: 115; mystery of, clarified, KL: 134; not yet fully understood, KL: 127; of all men, KL: 93; of world, KL: 67
Samaria, MJ: 44; TP: 148, 151
Samaritans, MJ: 46, Al
Samlah, MG: 289
Samson and Delilah, TM: 36-37
Samuel, TP: 117
Sanctification, MJ: 150, 151
Sanctimoniousness, MJ: 87
Sanhedrin, MJ: 34
Sapphira. See Ananias
Sarah, MG: 158-160, 201; and Abraham, as allegory, CH: 73, 74; (soul), MG: 140, 141, 148, 149, 151-153, 155, 172-174, 178, 179, 189; sub­mergence of spiritual ideals symbolized by burial of, MG: 191, 192, 204
Sarai (unregenerated soul), MG: 122, 155. See also Sarah
Satan, JC: 20; KL: 131; TP: 101; TT: 34; (adverse ego), MJ: 123, 124; as adverse mind, TP: 128; as adverse will, CH: 115, 116; as ex­perience, TT: 114; as personal mind, CH: 55, 56; as personal self, TT: 171, 172; as sensation, JC: 177, 178; as the serpent of sense, P: 96. See also Devil
Satan's way, vs. God's way, MG: 48, 49
Saul, MG: 151; TM: 74-75; king of Israel, ASP: 103. See also Paul
Saviour, MG: 366, 367; MJ: 41, 66, 87, 101, 102
Schaff, Philip, on the Logos, TP: 167, 168
Schopenhauer, Arthur, TM: 83
Science, JC: 126, 127; and Genesis, JC: 188; and metaphysics, JC: 44, 45; discoveries of, as aid
128
129
to religion, P: 51-52; on self-perpetuation of man's body, TT: 115; parallel between teaching of Jesus and modern, ASP: 56; vs. metaphysics, CH: 43, 44, 67, 68; vs. religion, ASP: 85, 86
Scientific American (periodical), ASP: 64
Scofield, Rev. C. I., ASP: 98; MG: 150
Scriptural texts. See Texts
Scriptures, JC: 177; and the listening ear, TP: 116; as portraying progress of mind, TT: 16; as record of man's experience, TP: 56; TM: 115-116; man's tendency to make idol of, TT: 103, 104; on light and intelligence, TT: 69; TP: 119, 120; on man and super-mind realms, TP: 100; on man's power and dominion, CH: 50, 51; understanding of, and study of mind, JC: 54. See also Bible
Seba, MG: 96
Second birth. See Birth
"Second coming," ASP: 170, 171; JC: 12, 149, 150; signs of, ASP: 169, 170
Secret place, MJ: 144, 145; as point of contact be­tween man and God, TT: 72
Secret place of the Most High, stillness in, ASP: 74. See also Inner chamber
Sects, Protestant, led by Spirit in their incipiency, TT: 109
Security, KL: 33
Seed, as word of God, ASP: 135-141
Seeing, cellular, ASP: 56, 57
130
Seir, (mount), MG: 132, 257, 263, 278, 279, 283;
the Horite, MG: 283 Selah, TP: 135, 136 Self, denial of, KL: 53, 145 Self-control, KL: 182; vs. suppression, CH: 114,
115 Selfhood, KL: 55
Selfishness, CH: 21, 22; JC: 151; MG: 216; MJ: 116, 117; as limitation, CH: 92; hoarding breeds, JC: 68; vs. love, JC: 61, 62; vs. un­selfishness, MG: 211 Selflessness, day of, KL: 52 Self-righteousness, as greatest sin, MJ: 91 Sensation, CH: 47; MG: 24, 25, 35, 36, 39, 45-56, 365, 366, 368; MJ: 62, 63; TM: 22-23, 37, 41, 43, 57-58, 145; TT: 45; and its control, in demonstrating prosperity, P: 97-98; as serpent, and the five senses, TT: 82; physical vs. mental, TM: 167-169; vs. Spirit, TT: 78 Sense, center of will, KL: 62; delusions of, KL: 27, 61, 114; gratification of, KL: 50; sur­render to, KL: 32; transmutation of, KL: 196; when began to rule, KL: 130 Sense consciousness. See Consciousness Sensuality, MG: 129, 130, 135, 136, 161, 162 Separation, MJ: 168, 169; concerning, TP: 83, 84,
134, 158, 160, 161 Sephar (mountain), MG: 107, 108 Serah, MG: 348 Sered, MG: 346 Serenity, MG: 208, 213
131
Sermon on the Mount, TT: 86, 87 Serpent, as symbol of sensation (experience), CH: 112; as symbol of sensation, TM: 57, 167-168; TP: 64; (life; sense consciousness; sub­tlety), MG: 45-47, 49, 50, 53-55
Serug, MG: 113
Service, in a universal sense, MJ: 179, 180; value of, MJ: 126,127
Seth, MG: 65, 66, 68; TM: 99-100
Sex, MG: 101, 129, 133, 134; and the tree of life, MG: 47-50; indulgence of, cause of depletion and disease, TM: 57-59, 145-147; life force squandered by, TM: 22-23, 166-169; present throughout nature, TM: 53
Sex lust, TT: 64
Shakespeare, ASP: 50, 128, 167; CH: 57, 128; JC: 13, 47, 48, 50, 51, 122, 166, 171, 188, 189; KL: 40, 175; MG: 45, 188; TM: 139; like Jesus, an old soul, ASP: 108, 109; meta­physics and, ASP: 106-115; (quoted), TP: 44, 45, 49, 97, 114, 118; TT: 28, 47
Shammah, MG: 281
Shaul, king of Edom, MG: 290
Shaul (son of Simeon), MG: 344
Shaveh, vale of (or King's Vale), MG: 136
Shaveh-kiriathaim (place), MG: 132
Sheba, queen of, P: 77; TP: 133
Sheba (son of Jokshan), MG: 202, 203
Sheba (son of Raamah), MG: 97
Shechem (city), MG: 120, 152, 264, 265, 269, 297
Shechem (son of Hamor), MG: 265-269
Sheep thoughts, ASP: 46, 47; MJ: 103, 104, 180
Shelah (son of Arpachshad), MG: 105
Shelah (son of Judah), MG: 303, 304, 345
Sheleph, MG: 105, 106
Shem, MG: 70, 84, 85, 89, 90, 92, 97
Shemeber, king of Zeboiim, MG: 130
Sheol, CH: 123, 124; MG: 301, 330
Shepho, MG: 285, 286
Shillem.MG: 351
Shiloh, MG: 366, 367
Shimron, MG: 346
Shinab, king of Admah, MG: 130
Shinar, land of, MG: 98, 129
Shobal,MG:283, 285
Shua, MG: 303
Shuah, MG: 201, 202
Shuni, MG: 347
Shur (place), MG: 149,171
Sickness, MJ: 61; cause of, KL: 19; denying, JC: 103. See also Disease; Disobedience; Sin
Siddim, vale of, MG: 131
Sidon, MG: 100, 101
Sight, CH: 72, 75, 76; physical vs. spiritual, CH: 89-
See also Eyes Silas. See Paul
Silence, ASP: 75-77; KL: 10, 16, 170; MJ: 152; P: 151; TT: 107; and the law of prosperity, P: 41, 47; and the still small voice, ASP: 148; Carlyle on, TP: 21; contacting God in, TP: 14, 59; directions for entering, TP: 18-21, 81, 82, 131, 136; intellectual vs. spiritual, TP:
132
133
22-26; vs. noise, TT: 8. See also Communion; Prayer
Silent Unity, TP: 92
Simeon, MG: 269; (hearing, receptivity), CH: 72, 75, 76; MG: 236, 275, 328, 344, 365, 366. See also Peter
Simon. See Peter
Simon Peter (hearing and faith), CH: 73. See also Peter
Simon, the Zealot (zeal) (the Cananaean), MG: 241; TM: 16, 22, 134-135; TP: 127
Simon Magus, TT: 73
Simple life, vs. poverty, P: 106-108
Sin, ASP: 142; KL: 160; MJ: 17, 29; TP: 173, 174; and sickness, as cause and effect, JC: 5, 17, 53, 57-60; as ignorance, MJ: 90; as mental transgression, P: 119-120; as missing the mark, CH: 90; TT: 48, 49; as related to disease and death, ASP: 131, 147; TT: 154-157; blood a solvent for, MJ: 123; forgive­ness of, as erasure of mortal thoughts, CH 57, 58; of omission and commission, JC: 17 MJ: 96, 97; sickness as result of, MJ: 60 unreality of, JC: 59, 60, 61, 103. See also Transgression
Sinai (mount), ASP: 83
Sinite, MG: 101
Sitnah (well), MG: 215
Sleep, JC: 82; subsconscious mind and supercon-scious mind in relation to, MG: 313, 314. See also Death; Revelation
Socrates, JC: 110,147,148; MJ: 4
Sodom (city of the Plain), MG: 102, 115, 136, 161-166, 168, 177, 178
Sodom, king of. See Bera
Solar plexus, as body's central station, CH: 45, 46; as center of subconscious mind, MG: 121, 122, 308, 317, 318, 357; as seat of intuition, TP: 153, 154; mind's twelve faculties massed at brain center called, CH: 120; relation of "tree of life" to, MG: 35. See also Stomach
Solomon, ASP: 81; P: 66; TM: 46, 84-85; TP: 132, 133; (dreams), CH: 102, 103; JC: 82; TT: 137
Solomon's Porch, MJ: 103
Solomon's Temple, as regenerated body of man, MJ: 96, 97
Son of God, CH: 107; JC: 10, 19, 191; KL: 14, 114, 115; MG: 12, 26; MJ: 42, 76, 162, 163; P: 74; TM: 6, 44, 47, 50; TP: 28, 79, 88, 101; crucifixion of Jesus due to His claim of be­ing, ASP: 42; freedom of, MJ: 90; Jesus as, MJ: 15, 161; life-giving power of, JC: 16, 17; vs. personal self, CH: 115, 116
Son of man, ASP: 170, 171; JC: 10, 59, 60, 70; KL: 114; MJ: 124, 125; TP: 169, 172, 173; TT: 25; as spiritual man, ASP: 45, 46; lifting up, ASP:166
Song, therapeutic value of, JC: 169-173
"Sons of God," ASP: 166, 167; as divine ideas (masculine and feminine), TM: 52-53
Sorrow, vs joy, TP: 134
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Soul, MG: 114, 185; and its journey from sense to Spirit, MG: 307; animal vs. spiritual, MG: 148, 217; as causative factor of mind, TM: 83; as consciousness, ASP: 151; as demon­strated man, TM: 138; as progressive, MG: 218; as realm of thought, TM: 144; as sum total of consciousness, MG: 34; conscious­ness of eternity or death of, ASP: 151, 152; dependent on subconscious life, MJ: 115, 116; development of man's, as sole purpose of existence, TP: 130; development of, through incorporation of Mind's ideas, and loyalty to Truth, P: 76-77; development of, through series of personalities, TM: 99-100; elements of, animal, human, and spiritual, TP: 48; evolution of, MG: 140; TP: 67, 68, 108, 109; (Hebrew nephesh), MG: 85; king­dom within, MJ: 139; Holy Spirit and evolu­tion of, ASP: 99; pearl of great price within man's, TT: 99, 100; "prophet" within, MJ: 121, 122; represented by Sarah, MG: 122, 140, 141, 148, 155, 172-174, 178, 179, 189; spiritual life and, MJ: 47, 48; duality of, MJ: 47; transfiguration in evolution of, ASP: 152, 153; unfoldment of, taught by acts of Jesus, MJ: 124. See also God-Mind; Man; Spirit; Therapy "Soul body," JC: 147
Soul realm, vs. spiritual realm, TM: 8-9; TP: 47-54 Sowing and reaping, MG: 328; MJ: 62; P: 170 Spencer, Herbert, JC: 188; (quoted), TP: 22
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Spinal cord, MG: 305, 306; TM: 62
Spinoza, JC: 170, 171
Spirit, CH: 107; JC: 119, 120, 162; MG: 138, 207, 208; MJ: 41, 76, 77; P: 47, 69, 99, 105, 122, 126, 174; TP: 6, 15, 20, 25, 29, 60-62, 73-75, 80, 84, 85, 121, 129-131, 138-141, 163, 169; TT: 8-9, 90; and intuition and inspiration, TM: 45; as bodily stimulant, P: 19; as dominating mind force, KL: 9; as essence of all things, TP: 92-94; as eternal, ASP: 151, 152; as guide (conscience), KL: 44; as highest realm of mind, TT: 131; as leveler, KL: 43; as omnipotent, silent prin­ciple of Being, TT: 96; as permeating all things, TT: 67; as seat of power, CH: 10, 11; as source of prosperity, TP: 122, 123; as source of soul and body, JC: 71, 72; as state of consciousness, TT: 77; as stimulant, JC: 130; as true God, MG: 349; born of, MJ: 35; TP: 119, 120; causative factor of mind, TM: 83; character and location of, ASP: 9; conscious contact with, JC: 194; denned, JC: 28, 29, 92, 93; dynamic power of, ASP: 30, 31; equal right of body and in­tellect to influence of, MG: 220; equal to any situation, MJ: 70; freedom of, MJ: 112; frees from delusions, KL: 66; healing agents and the energy of, ASP: 67; immediate ful­fillment in, MJ: 111; increase of subtance dependent on quickening life of, P: 3-4; in­creasing man's faith in, JC: 102; intellect as
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tool of, MJ: 42; inspiration of, and its at­tainment, CH: 7, 8; learning workings of, ASP: 89; life and substance of, MG: 214 lifting body out of matter into, MJ: 168 light of, KL: 67; man not led astray by, MG 109; man taught in dreams by, MG: 317 man's birth into, TT: 75-78, 80, 81; man's thirst for, MJ: 81; no beginning or ending in, JC: 35; not matter or person, P: 14; obedience to ASP: 28; obedience to, as short cut to kingdom of heaven and wholeness, TT: 93-98; obeying the, JC: 114, 115; of wholeness, JC: 182; of wisdom, KL: 12; omnipresence of, MJ: 132-134; oneness with, KL: 11, 18; MJ: 122; origin of outer man in, MG: 285; Paul on living by, TT: 85, 86; potential man, soul, and body, TM: 71, 138, 171-172; prerogative to know future, KL: 46; protection of, MJ: 80, 81; represented by John, MG: 236, 237; science of, KL: 42; science of, vs. intellectual standards, CH: 7; soul and body, ASP: 153-155; CH: 21, 22, 72; JC: 12, 64, 71; MG: 10, 12, 75, 76, 99, 141, 158, 159, 165, 231, 280, 281, 307; MJ: 32, 149, 180, 181; TP: 108, 109, 150, 152; subconscious under guidance of, MG: 172, 173; transforming power of, in man, JC: 193; trusting guidance of, ASP: 75, 76; un­derstanding laws of, MJ: 146; vs. human (animal) soul, MJ: 47; vs. intellect, TP: 127-130, 138-147; vs. matter, JC: 92, 93; wor-
shiping God in, JC: 104. See also Birth; God; God-Mind; Man
Spirit-mind, MJ: 13. See also Mind
Spirit psychoanalysis. See Therapy
Spirit of truth, ASP: 103; JC: 195, 196; MJ: 133, 134, 136, 141; TP: 122-125; TT: 37; as inner monitor, JC: 91; as mind of God in executive capacity, JC: 179, 180; TP: 124
Spiritual center, in man, KL: 115
Spiritual consciousness. See Consciousness
Spiritual energy, KL: 125
Spiritual history, of man, KL: 79
Spiritual receptivity. See Hearing; Receptivity
Spiritual understanding. See Understanding
Spiritual unfoldment. See Unfoldment
Spiritualism, and Shakespeare, ASP: 111, 112. See also Fox sisters
"Still small voice," JC: 27, 28, 126; MJ: 103, 104; and communion, JC: 33
Stomach (solar plexus), as seat of discrimination or judgment, TM: 16, 20, 49-50
Stratford on Avon, England, ASP: 107, 108
Strength, KL: 149; physical vs. spiritual, TM: 36-38; represented by Andrew, MG: 238; MJ: 20, 68, 69, 119; TM: 16, 18, 34-40; TT: 52, 53; represented by Naphtali, MG: 238, 351, 369; spiritual, TP: 80-82
Subconscious mind, MG: 40, 42, 51, 52, 96, 121, 122, 131-133, 145, 146, 191, 192, 200, 204, 215; MJ: 105; action and reaction of thought in, TM: 65; and bodily functions, MG: 117,
138
139
317, 318; and conscious mind, JC: 42, 112; TM: 3; and sleep, MG: 313, 314; and spir­itual mind, JC: 42; and superconscious mind, TM: 3; and the new race, ASP: 28, 29; animal forces of, MG: 280; as help or hin­drance in demonstration, P: 66-67; as store­house of energy (substance), MG: 321, 357; as storehouse of experience, JC: 42; TM: 80, 138-139; as storehouse of plenty, MG: 213, 321, 322; as storehouse and reproducer of past thoughts, ASP: 76, 77; conscious mind, and superconscious mind, CH: 96, 97; de­velopment of Truth ideas in, MG: 113; evo­lution of Spirit through different incarna­tions in, TM: 124; faith in relation to, MG: 17, 116; good in experiences preserved in, MG: 358, 360; hidden realm of, TM: 102, 103; imagination and, MG: 307, 308, 313, 335; latent animal propensities of, TM: 79, 81; occupied by a multitude of men, TM: 35; releasing energy stored up in, ASP: 101; represented by Lot, MG: 119, 123; several planes of action in, MG: 258; sleeping life in, MJ: 110, 111; soul manifestation and, MJ: 115, 116; (subconsciousness), attain­ment of dormant ideals in, ASP: 52; undis­ciplined thoughts of, MG: 179; untapped mine of knowledge in, ASP: 109; words made active in body through, MJ: 76. See also Solar plexus; Soul
Substance, CH: 22, 44; JC: 26, 27, 29, 35, 41; MG: 33, 34, 45, 46, 213, 245, 246, 273, 329, 330, 369; MJ: 115; TT: 26; and life, MG: 352; as omnipresent and accessible to all, P: 20-23, 31; as omnipresent good, named by Jesus the kingdom of heaven, by Moses the Garden of Eden, P: 54; as supply, ASP: 101, 102 as supply, how to appropriate, P: 15-25 contacting spiritual, TP: 38-42; divine, ASP 30-32, 101, 102; everywhere present, KL 126; faith and, MG: 331, 332; gaining con­trol of spiritual, TP: 40; hoarding vs. con­servation of, P: 159-160; idea(s) of, MG: 287; MJ: 73, 74; idea of, unsatisfactory if used without wisdom and love, P: 30; in­crease of, MJ: 68-70; Joseph's superior con­sciousness of universal, MG: 295; mental drawn from Christ, KL: 110; mind, MG: 293; nature of spiritual, and its omnipres­ence, TP: 38-41; new concept of, MG: 127, 128; not to be used for selfish ends, P: 16-20; nucleated by idea, KL: 170; part of God substance, KL: 84; race, starving for spirit­ual, KL: 133; represented by Garden of Eden, KL: 147; represented by money, KL: 106; sensitive to man's thoughts, KL: 102; source of incorruptible body, KL: 95; spir­itual, KL: 11, 14, 184; MJ: 132, 133; thought (etheric), TP: 122; transmutation of, JC: 145, 146; two phases of, MG: 324, 325, 334; waste of, KL: 163
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141
Success, CH: 90; as work of Spirit in man, MG
Supply, MJ: 177, 178; and love, TT: 55; and Spirit
308; in world dependent on good judgment
substance, TP: 38-41; dependent on faith,
CH: 127, 128; vs. failure, ASP: 105; MJ
MJ: 180, 181; equalizing of, in new era, P:
177
23; law of, P: 67-69, 70-86; word of God
Succoth (place), MG: 263, 264
and, ASP: 136, 137
Suggestion, JC: 118, 119; mental MJ: 101, 202
Suppression. See Self-control
Superconscious mind (superconsciousness, super
Sychar (city),MJ: 44, 49
mind), ASP: 56, 57, 80; MJ: 105; TP: 100
103, 108; and conscious mind, P: 176
Tabernacle, MG: 120; of the Israelites, as symbol of
177; and demonstration, ASP: 127, 130; anc
man's body, ASP: 80, 81
its entrance into natural mind, CH: 27, 28
Tahash, MG: 187
and man's communion with God, CH: 25
Talents, hindrances to expression of, KL: 112;
and Shakespeare, ASP: 106; and sleep, MG
parable of, a lesson in prosperity, P: 81-82
313, 314; and the new race, ASP: 28, 29
Talk, KL: 47
and thought unity, CH: 24; as discriminating
; Tamar, MG: 306, 307
power within man, P: 174; as man's guide
Tarshish, MG: 95
CH: 10; called the Lord, CH: 96, 97; exploit
Tarsus, Asia Minor, ASP: 26
ing qualities of, ASP: 127, 128; externalizing
Tebah, MG: 187
ASP: 41; faith in relation to, MG: 116
Telepathy, CH: 66; JC: 110; TP: 154,156
forces of, good or bad according to man':
i Tema, MG: 207
thought, TP: 100, 101; human lineage and
Teman, MG: 279, 292
MJ: 90; man's grasp of ideas of, ASP: 64
, Temple, at Jerusalem, MJ: 172; body, MJ: 172;
mysteries of, now taught to masses, ASP
man's perfected consciousness as God's, ASP:
60; named by Jesus as the Father, TP: 81
, 94; of Solomon, as symbol of man's body,
82; praise (judah) as portal to, CH: 75
ASP: 80, 81; subconscious courts of body,
(Spirit), MG: 93. See also Christ Mind
MJ: 28
Father
Temptation, KL: 134; Matthew on, TM: 6; meet-
Superiority, false thought of, KL: 33, 66
ing, MG: 48, 49
Superman, as a thinking power, ASP: 61, 62
Ten Commandments, ASP: 83
Supermind (Christ mind), JC: 10, 17, 18, 173
Tennyson, Alfred, KL: 144; TM: 84; (quoted),
Supplanting, man's power of, MG: 211, 220
MG: 239, 240, 371
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143
Terah, MG: 118
Teraphim, MG: 248-250
Testimonials, Unity, ASP: 131-133
Texts, list of scriptural, used as affirmations and denials, CH: 17, 29, 39, 48, 49, 60, 70, 71, 82-85, 94, 95, 106, 118, 119, 129, 130, 139-141. See also Affirmations and denials
Thaddaeus (renunciation), called also Lebbaeus, TM: 16, 21, 158
Thanksgiving, ASP: 28, 29; JC: 78, 137-139; MJ: 111, 115, 116. See also Joy; Praise; Prayer
Theology, vs. metaphysical doctrine, TT: 67, 68
Theory, vs. works, TT: 68
Therapy, spiritual soul, TP: 90-92
Thinking, KL: 191
Thomas (understanding), CH: 116, 117; JC: 111, 184, 185; MG: 239, 240; MJ: 107, 131, 132, 171 ;TM: 16,21-22,91, 104
Thought, affinity of, MJ: 135; and consciousness, ASP: 94, 95; and effect, ASP: 139, 140; and emotion, in relation to nervous system, TM: 133-134; and energy, JC: 43, 73; and expres­sion, MG: 45; and habit, TM: 128-129; as basis of external conditions, MJ: 177; as builder of nerve and brain centers, TM: 136; as cause, TM: 135; as cause of poverty or prosperity, P: 52-54, 67-68; as formative, TT: 18; as Son of God, and son of man, CH: 50; as source of disease, TM: 145, 148; as transformer of man's body and world, ASP: 51, 52; ascending, MJ: 167; body as fruit of
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man's, TT: 116; bondage to personal, MG: 330; breaking up old structures of, JC: 62, 63; change of, necessary to healthy mind, TM: 142-145; destructive, MJ: 31, 32; di­vided, MG: 202; error, MG: 72, 75, 78, 79 84, 135, 289; error, and its effect on love TT: 54, 55; every ill traced to sinning, ASP 148; formative power of, CH: 40, 98, 99 JC: 143; good vs. bad, MJ: 63; habits of MG: 72, 162; healing forces stirred by, JC 18, 19; importance of, in demonstration, JC 112; importance of persistence, in demon­strating abundance, P: 71-72, 112-114; in­tellectual vs. spiritual, MJ: 113; law of af­finity, TP: 101, 102; made active by the word, P: 36-37; man related to God through, ASP: 29; man's constructive or destructive, making him Christian or pagan, TP: 101; man's double standard of, MG: 297, 298; not limited to brain cells, CH: 97; passing judgment on all, MG: 257; power of, ASP: 10; projection of, MG: 261, 262; TP: 70-72, 94, 98; radiation of, ASP: 83; redemption of, MJ: 122; repeats itself, MJ: 28; right, as dependent on use of faith, strength, judg­ment, and love, TT: 53, 54; spiritual vs. carnal (material), MG: 165, 166, 214, 215; unity of, as law of mind action, CH: 24, 33; use and misuse of, TP: 86, 87, 130, 131. See also Ether; Jesus; Substance Thought atmosphere, MJ: 30, 31
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Thought forces, creating harmful, by condemna­tion, CH: 122, 123
Thought stuff, CH: 79, 80; JC: 43; conservation of, and right thinking, JC: 44; technique of molding, JC: 42
Thought transference. See Telepathy
Thoughts, about money, KL: 102; and character, JC: 176; as affecting body, JC: 53; as bar­riers, JC: 33; as greatest gift of God to man, KL: 147; as microbes, TT: 18, 19; as seeds, JC: 112; as things, TP: 96-99; as working power of mind, KL: 64; control of, KL: 74, 77, 116, 153; evil (Satan), vs. good thoughts (Christ), TT: 34; ASP: 45; impermanency of error, ASP: 49; inheriting kingdom of good, ASP: 47; mind, body, and affairs as expression of one's, ASP: 75; ministry of good, ASP: 48; negative vs. positive, in the home, P: 102-106; nourishing, JC: 127-129; of praise, JC: 138, 139; releasing rich, in the subconscious, P: 74; sheep thoughts vs. goat, ASP: 46, 47, 49; silent power of, KL: 170; the effect of opposing, ASP: 81, 82; think­ing faculty in the head, KL: 113; trustful vs. distrustful, and their effect on finances, P: 118-119; waves of, KL: 175. See also Man; Regeneration; Thought
Throat, center of power, KL: 153; P: 48. See also Tongue
Thummim. See Urim
Thyatira, meaning of, TM: 94
Tidal, king of Goiim, MG: 129, 130
Time, as human invention, MJ: 59; powerlessness of, over those who dwell in mind of God, ASP: 157; relation of creation to, MG: 44, 45
Timna, MG: 280
Timnah (town), MG: 306
Timothy, ASP: 20, 21; TP: 162
Tiras,MG: 94
Tithing, KL: 84, 104; MG: 136, 229, 230; TP: 146, 147; and prosperity, P: 131-144; and success in farming and other activities, P: 138-140; and the Mosaic law, P: 131; law of, giving tenth part of one's earnings and profits for spiritual work, P: 132-133, 138, 140-141; principle of, as applied in indus­trial and social relationships, P: 140; regular vs. intermittent, P: 142
Togarmah, MG: 94, 95
Tola, MG: 345, 346
Tongue, brain center at root of, CH: 63, 64; (throat), root of, as seat of power, TM: 16-17, 62, 64
Toscanini, Arturo, JC: 146, 147 Transfiguration, ASP: 22, 40, 152; KL: 186; MJ: 149, 150; as essential step in forward move­ment of men and nations, ASP: 156; mean­ing of, ASP: 150; mount of, ASP: 153-155 Transformation, of Jesus' body, TP: 68, 69. See also
Body Transgression, MG: 46, 47, 65, 76, 77; immunity from effects of, MG: 138
146
147
Transmutation, KL: 187; MJ: 27; bodily, MG: 173, 174, 178
Transubstantiation, JC: 144, 145
Treasures, material vs. spiritual, P: 159-172; TP: 128
Treatment, prayer, ASP: 67
Treatments. See Prayer treatments
Tree of knowledge, KL: 73; interpreted, CH: 55-57
Tree of life, in Genesis, interpreted, CH: 47
Trinity, TT: 134; and the twelvefold man, TM: 99; as God, Christ, man, TM: 99; as spirit, soul, and body (or spirit, consciousness, and substance), MG: 157, 158, 165; as threefold nature of man, TM: 45; explained, CH: 20, 21; in all creative processes, P: 4; in He­brew Scriptures, JC: 122; metaphysically in­terpreted, JC: 63, 64, 121, 122; of the natural world, TM: 54. See also Spirit
Troward, Judge Thomas (quoted), ASP: 73
Truth, and error, P: 180; and the masses, ASP: 84, 85; as an individual experience, CH: 15, 16; as enduring foundation of prosperity, P: 57, 78; as leaven, KL: 196; as taught by Spirit, TM: 155; as written in every soul's inner sanctuary, TT: 174; concrete vs. abstract as­pect of, MJ: 133, 134; creative power of, MG: 129; demonstration, ASP: 75, 155; dis­cerned by judgment faculty, KL: 182; dis­solving error, KL: 12, 66; established in con­sciousness through affirmations, KL: 143; (idea), represented by Joseph, MG: 339;
importance of adhering to one system of development in, JC: 19; man cut away from, KL: 114; meditation on, KL: 12; no copy­right on principles of, ASP: 38; no need to prove absolute, MJ: 32; of Being, KL: 125; partaking of body and blood of Jesus Christ by appropriating ("eating") words of, ASP: 78, 169; possibility of expressing, JC: 133, 134; practical application of, MG: 105; rela­tive vs. absolute, ASP: 88; religious and mystical systems, vs. practical demonstration of, CH: 20, 21; revealed individually, JC: 98; seamless garment of Jesus as symbol of, MG: 294, 295; MJ: 162; testifying in favor of, TT: 69; value of statements of, JC: 130; words of, JC: 87-91, 111; words of, as energized by Spirit, P: 105-106; worked into body through thought, KL: 125. See also Jesus; Principle; Spirit of truth
Tubal, MG: 93
Tubal-cain, MG: 64
Twain, Mark (quoted), P: 97
Twelve powers of Christ, KL: 113
Typewriting, use of subconscious mind in learning, KL: 90
Tyre, king of, P: 77
Understanding, CH: 37, 78; KL: 155; MG: 139, 228-230, 245, 246; MJ: 146; and the All-Presence, CH: 66, 61; and will, MG: 20, 319, 320; first requisite for patience, KL: 181;
148
149
fruit of Spirit's inspiration and knowledge, KL: 157; inte|rdadoj2_bj^ejm_ Imnwlgdige, and TM: SB-84: light of, KL: 127; measuring up to one's, ASP: 77; rep­resented by Asher, MG: 239, 240, 276, 369; represented by, Manasseh, MG: 319, 320, 348, 359, 360, 362, 376; represented by, Thomas, CH: 116, 117; MG: 239, 240;.i4i~ 107. 131. 132. 171: TML-il:^ spiritual, MG: 104, 105, 189, 193, 218-220; 225, 226, 241, 242;,MIiJ2i; TJfj_91:96; spritoal, v% igaorjuoce^XHLJliJJ^; s^itud^^JrT-tellectual knowledge,, TP: 129, 130, 152, 153;-it££Dgthenjng the will through, CH: 110: two ways to get, KL: 45. See also Faith; Will
Unfoldment, KL: 171; TP: 66-69; mastery through spiritual, TP: 55-59
Union (love), represented by Levi, MG: 236, 237, 275, 365, 366
Unity, idea of, KL: 151; of man and his world, ASP: 29; on evolution of soul and body, TP: 66, 67; realization of divine, MJ: 122, 151; spir­itual work of, ASP: 54, 55; with God, ASP: 68, 69; with the Father, KL: 27, 29
Universal man, KL: 110
Universal Mind. See Mind
Universal will. See God's will
Universe, as body of God, JC: 161; as product of thought, JC: 186, 187; existed billions of years in past, KL: 130; nature of, KL: 158;
150
resolved back into original essence in God, MG: 59
Unknown God, altar to, KL: 146
"Upper chamber," ASP: 30, 31, 66, 61
"Upper room" and the receiving of power from the Holy Spirit, P: 48; (crown or top of head), CH: 27, 28, 75, 76; P: 61; place of contact between Divine Mind and man's mind, TM: 27, 135. See also "Inner chamber"
Ur (of the Chaldees), MG: 113
Uranium, ASP: 50, 51
Urim and Thummim, meaning of, CH: 119, 120
Uz (son of Aram), MG: 104
Uz (son of Dishan), MG: 288
Uzal, MG: 106
Valley of Hinnom. See Hinnom, Valley of
Vanderbilt, KL: 47
Vengeance, MG: 266, 269
Vibration(s), JC: 172; KL: 38, 65; change in race, ASP: 165, 166; destructive, of atomic forces, ASP: 65, 66; effects of thought and word, CH: 62-65, 68, 69; sound, ASP: 57; trumpet and voice, ASP: 54, 55
Vice, unmentionable, MG: 162
Vision (sight), represented by Reuben, MG: 236, 274
Visions, CH: 102, 103, 113, 114; KL: 155; MG: 139, 219, 220, 228, 293, 294, 317. See also Dreams; Imagination
Vitality, increasing, MJ: 67, 69
Voice, KL: 74, 153. See also Word
151
Voices, deceptive, ASP: 57
Voltage, machines for measuring brain, ASP: 14,
15, 30 Voltaire, KL: 24
Wallace, Lewis (Lew), P: 15
Wallace, William Ross, TP: 39
Want. See Lack; Poverty
Water (natural life), MJ: 25-27
Water of life, KL: 124
Waste, P: 159-160, 165, 171-172
Weakness, cause of, KL: 19; denial of, KL: 150
Wealth, hoarding vs. circulation of, P: 90; inequali­ties of, based on desire for personal posses­sion, P: 16-17, 127-128. See also Money
Webster, Noah, P: 87
Wesley, John, TT: 109
Wholeness, principle of, JC: 39. See also Spirit
Will, KL: 156; MG: 20, 54, 55, 57, 73, 97, 98, 143, 144, 148, 149, 172, 173, 180, 181, 213, 216, 290, 351; MJ: 162, 171; P: 77-78; aad-*Mi-^firstandtncr. CH- '"7.117- TM- 97, 101-102; as_blind without intelligence, TT: 78, 79; alTcenter of action, TM: 97; concentration *q£^Ci_1&8; difference between seeming and pure, KL: 62; domineering, symbolized in Herod, KL: 50; executive power of mind, KL: 156, 194; freedom of, KL: 29, 55; high­est aspect of, KL: 145; man, the will of Christ, KL: 110; not to be retarded or
broken, CH: 109, 110, 112; personal, MJ: 153; personal, as detrimental to bodily health, TP: 150-153; personal vs. universal, TM: 107-108; perverted, CH: 111; repre­sented by Ephraim, MG: 319, 320, 348, 359, 360, 362, 363; represented by Matthew, CH: 116; MJ: 107; TM: 16, 21-22, 97-109; un­wise to surrender to another's, CH: 113; TM: 107-109; use of, in demonstrating pros­perity, P: 111-113. See also Understanding
Willfullness, personal, and its results in mind, body, and affairs, CH: 110, 112
William the Conqueror, MJ: 89, 90
Wine, KL: 43; Paul's advice about drinking, ASP: 20, 21; (spiritual life), MJ: 25-27
"Winter's Tale" (Shakespeare), ASP: 112
Wisdom, ASP: 89-92; KL: 57, 150; MG: 55-57, 185, 199; TT: 21, 22; and life, MXu52; and love, MG: 25, 27, 32, 33, 41, 42, 206, 207; ^M^Ah^J^zlMi TT: 23, 24, 26; as of Spirit, TT: 91; as the Father within man (also called the Christ), TT: 35-37; exercise of, necessary to right living, TT: 40; in giv­ing and spending, P: 135-136; love and in­tellect in relation to, TT: 58; represented by man, MG: 40-42, 50-53; responsibility ac­companying our consciousness of, ASP: 77; Solomon on, TM: 46; true source of, MJ: 47. See also Love; Substance; Understanding
Wise Men, TP: 49
152
153
Woman, and intuition, ASP: 89; Jesus' tribute to, MJ: 162; (love or feeling), MG: 41, 42, 49-53
Word, as creative agency, KL: 36; as creative idea in Divine Mind, KL: 10; as expressing an idea, JC: 90, 94, 95; as man's I AM, ASP: 38, 39; as "only begotten" of God, CH: 62; as second in Trinity, KL: 15; as Spirit's outlet in man, TP: 73, 74; as visible expres­sion of mind and ideas, TT: 176; as working power of God, TT: 68; cannot express God, JC: 23; creative, TM: 29-30; different uses of, JC: 89-92; germ, JC: 88; how to keep, KL: 10; importance of faith in creative, JC: 15, 89, 144, 161, 163, 175, 176; intonation of, JC: 164; man judged by, KL: 75; man justified or condemned by own, JC: 15; MJ: 157; of Christ, KL: 12; of faith, as trans­forming power, TM: 31-32; of God, as revelation to man, KL: 15; of God, as seed in man's mind, TM: 39; of Spirit, next to Spirit, JC: 154; power of the spoken, ASP: 50, 54, 55; CH: 63-70, 116, 117, 136, 137; JC: 9, 14, 15, 47, 88-98, 119, 121, 123, 132,
133,   144, 154, 161, 162; KL: 71; MG: 94, 122, 364, 365; MJ: 32, 54, 55, 76, 103, 104,
134,   135; P: 36-37, 47-48, 53-54, 103-106, 112-113, 148; TM: 18-19, 29-30, 62-65, 128; TP: 34, 35, 40, 41, 69, 73-82, 90-92, 164-174; TT: 82, 83, 148, 172, 173, 176, 177; power to bring health, KL: 174; relation of God to,
154
according to John, TT: 66; relation to ideas, KL: 49, 154; responsibility for, JC: 174; salvation through, JC: 162; two activities of, ASP: 148, 149; use and misuse of, TP: 86, 87; working power of God, KL: 15, 17, 142. See also Body; Decree; Jesus; Prayer; Truth; Vibration
Word of God, MJ: 65; TT: 35, 121; as only word, MJ: 11; as revelator to man of his powers and possibilities, TT: 73, 74; Christ (spir­itual man) rather than Bible as, MG: 43, 44; John on, CH: 61, 62; (Logos), accord­ing to John, JC: 15, 161; overcoming power of, MJ: 92, 93; seed as symbol of, ASP: 135; speaking forth, CH: 70. See also God; Holy Spirit; Jesus; Logos
Words, formative vs. creative, TM: 29
Work,KL: 107
Works, MJ: 105, 134, 135, 140. See also Jesus
World, "end" of, and the new dispensation, JC: 20; equal distribution of supply in, demonstrated by Jesus, P: 126-128; people of, leaving out God in zeal for solution of economic prob­lems, TP: 128; visible and invisible, KL: 102; withdrawal from, MJ: 150
Worldly fortune, KL: 44
Worry, and prayer, JC: 81; banishing, P: 110, 122; vs. confidence, ASP: 71
Worship, MJ: 46, 48, 50
Wrongs, righting, JC: 134
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Yahveh, meaning of name, TP: 165,166
Yahweh, JC: 155; MG: 32, 33; meaning of, JC:
141,182, 183
Yeve, Hebrew word, KL: 111
Youth, affirmation and renewal of one's, ASP: 101;
eternal, MJ: 110; renewal of, KL: 13, 70,
163
Ziphion, MG: 346
Zoar (or Bela) (city of the Plain), MG: 126, 131,
167 Zohar (father of Ephron), MG: 191 Zohar (son of Simeon), MG: 344 Zuzim (people), MG: 132
Zaavan, MG: 287
Zacharias and Elizabeth, P: 44
Zaphenath-paneah (Joseph), MG: 321
Zeal, ASP: 26, 27; JC: 174, 175; KL: 159; and genius, TM: 136-137; as affirmative impulse of existence, TM: 130-132; excessive, MJ: 29, 30; represented by Issachar, MG: 241, 275, 346; represented by Simon the Zealot (the Cananaean), MG: 241; TM: 16, 22, 130-141; TP: 127; tempered with wisdom, ASP: 27; TM: 132-133; use and misuse of, TP: 126-128
Zeboiim (city of the Plain), MG: 102, 130, 131
Zebulun (order), MG: 241, 242, 275, 346, 367
Zemarite, MG: 101
Zepho, MG: 279
Zerah (son of Judah), MG: 307, 345
Zerah (son of Reuel), MG: 281
Zibeon, MG: 277, 283, 284, 286
Zillah, MG: 63
Zilpah, MG: 235, 239, 240, 275, 294
Zimran, MG: 201, 202
Zion, represented as spiritual peace, TP: 134
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Atom-Smashing Power of Mind, by Charles Fillmore
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Be of Good Courage, by Frank B. Whitney
Beginning Again, by Frank B. Whitney
Best-Loved Unity Poems, an anthology
Both Riches and Honor, by Annie Rix Militz
Christ Enthroned in Man, by Cora Fillmore
Christian Healing, by Charles Fillmore
Divine Remedies, a compilation
Doctor Houston Speaking, by Zelia M. Walters
Effectual Prayer, by Frances W. Foulks
Favorite Unity Radio Talks, a collection
God a Present Help, by H. Emilie Cody
God Is the Answer, by Dana Gatlin
Great Physician, The, by Ernest C. Wilson
Have We Lived Before ? by Ernest C. Wilson
How I Used Truth, by H. Emilie Cady
How to Let God Help You, by Myrtle Fillmore
Jesus Christ Heals, by Charles Fillmore
Keep a True Lent, by Charles Fillmore
Know Thyself, by Richard Lynch
Lessons in Truth, by H. Emilie Cady
Lovingly in the Hands of the Father, by Evelyn Whitell
Mightier than Circumstance, by Frank B. Whitney
More Wonderful You, A, a collection
Myrtle Fillmore's Healing Letters, a collection
Mysteries of Genesis, by Charles Fillmore ($2)
Mysteries of John, by Charles Fillmore
New Ways to Solve Old Problems, by Lou/ell Fillmore
Peace Begins at Home, by Clara Beranger
Practical Christianity for You, by James S. Sweaney
Prayer Changes Things, by Dana Gatlin
Prayer in the Market Place, a collection
Prosperity, by Charles Fillmore
Prosperity's Ten Commandments, by Georgiana Tree West
Prove Me Now, by Gardner Hunting
Selected Studies, by Imelda Octavia Shanklin
Special Methods for Attaining Spiritual Mastery, by G. LeRoy Dale
Story of Unity, The, by James Dillet Freeman
Sunlit Way, The, by Ernest C. Wilson
Talks on Truth, by Charles Fillmore
Teach Us to Pray, by Charles and Cora Fillmore
Things to Be Remembered, by Lowell Fillmore
Truth Ideas of an M. D., by Dr. C. O. Southard
Twelve Powers of Man, The, by Charles Fillmore
What Are You? by Imelda Octavia Shanklin
Whatsoever Ye Shall Ask, by Zelia M. Walters
Working with God, by Gardner Hunting
You and Your Child, by Zelia M. Walters
You Can Be Healed, by Clara Palmer
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