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Is Science of Mind a branch of New Thought teachings?

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Is Science of Mind a branch of New Thought teachings?

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Yes, although Science of Mind did not consider itself part of the New Thought movement in the early days. But it is in Science of Mind’s emphasis upon many of the aims common to New Thought groups that it became known as one part of a general movement that has come to have the name New Thought. Those aims include: centrality of Mind, the concept of man as divine, its clear distinction between the Jesus of history and the Christ, and its practice of metaphysical healing. Science of Mind believes in the unity of all life, and the highest God and the innermost God is one God. Additionally, Science of Mind believes that God is personal to all who feel this indwelling presence.

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