Question—How may I be healed of jealousy, anger and resentment and of being critical and fault-finding? I just feel as if life is not worth living any more.
ANSWER—Jealousy and resentment and a critical, faultfinding mind are the result of an inferiority complex accompanied by a super-sensitive nature. Do not try to hold anything to you or push anything away from you, but, rather, seek to know in your own mind that you are in harmonious unity with all things and all people. Try to sense the inner peace and completion arising from the well-spring of your own being. Nothing can be taken from or added to that which is already complete, and when we know that we are already complete, and in such degree as we know this, we find that we are attracting a greater good into our personal experience. Try this and see what will happen.
Question—It is said that Jesus could do no great works among
his own people because of their unbelief. Is it possible then to successfully treat those who are opposed to mental healing?
ANSWER—Jesus said: "As thou hast believed so be it done unto thee." If a practitioner were called to treat a case where the patient was not willing to co-operate, he would not take the case. For the practitioner understands that he has n0 right to coerce the patient, even for his 0wn good. Surely no practitioner would so far deny individual freedom of belief or action as to force his own consciousness on one who opposed him. The thought for you to entertain for the opposing one is that he is a perfect idea of God. Simply keep him in the right light in your own understanding and know that he is safe and secure in God. (page 72)