not put to the test of strenuous affairs—so that the Truth may work in our secret thoughts and feelings.
In the second place we are to read a meditation, letting the ideas sink into the heart to bring forth original observations, of which we should make written notes.
Third comes the treatment, which the student is to read for himself as though the inner voice were uttering the words and his spiritual reason were confirming them.
Not only read them for yourself but silently read them to others who are feeling stresses in their circumstances. Be orderly in this, and write down the names of those whom you are treating, and the times of treatment, and seek to realize what you are saying to them.
In giving these treatments to yourself or to others, pause with impressive realization at the end of each line. As the word does its work, there will come a definite feeling of power and satisfaction both to the healer and the one being healed.
Even though this feeling do not come at first, the Truth in the words will do the work, often to the surprise of the young student whose faith is weak or undeveloped.
Remember the virtue there is in repetition. Just as one progresses more rapidly in learning a language or acquiring an art by having frequent lessons and