Religious Science Quotes

A realization of the Presence of God is the most powerful healing agency known to the mind of man.  (Science of Mind, p. 145)

As God’s thought makes worlds, and peoples them with living things, so our thought makes our world and peoples it with our own experiences.  (Science of Mind, p. 295)

Behind the individual is the Universe, which has no limits.  (Science of Mind, p. 30)

Can you imagine a power so great that it is both an Infinite Presence and a limitless law?  (The Essential Ernest Holmes, p. 208)

He is bound, not by limitation, but by limited thought.  The same power which binds him will free him when he understands the Law to be one of liberty and not of bondage.  (Science of Mind, p. 321)

If we wish to enter into a less limited experience, we must sacrifice our limitations.  (The Essential Ernest Holmes, p. 204)

It is almost certain that between friends there is at all times a silent communication, a sort of unconscious mental conversation going on.  (Science of Mind, p. 77)

It is necessary that we release all thoughts – as well as things – that clutter up our lives.  (Science of Mind, p. 232)

It is the nature of the Universe to give us what we are able to take.  (Science of Mind, p. 42)

No man need prepare to meet his God, he is meeting Him every day and each house in the day.  (Science of Mind, p. 388)

Our beliefs and our deep-seated convictions inevitably outpicture and reflect themselves in our experience and environment.  (Science of Mind, p. 140)

Should we learn to contemplate those things which are desirable and forget all the rest, we would soon overcome fear through faith.  (Science of Mind, p. 405)

The possibilities of the Law are infinite, and our possibilities of using It are limitless.  (Science of Mind, p. 271)

The Universe does not demand suffering! …Someday we shall decide that we have had enough suffering.  (Science of Mind, p. 336)

The Universe is not limited.  It is abundant, lavish, extravagant.  Nothing can be taken from, nor added to, IT.  (Science of Mind, p. 465)

We cannot be in peace until we know that the Spirit is the only cause, medium and effect in our lives.  (Science of Mind, p. 264)

We should think of our spirit as being some part of the Universal Spirit, and of our minds as open to the Divine influx.  (Science of Mind, p. 113)

When we constructively praise and creatively bless, life abounds with love, peace, and joy.  Let goodness shine forth.  (Science of Mind, p. 434)

When we know the truth, it will compel us to act in a correct manner.  (Science of Mind, p. 322)

When we learn to trust the Universe, we shall be happy, prosperous, and well.  (Science of Mind, p. 33)

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