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UNITY is a hand-book of Practical Christianity and Christian Healing. It sets forth the pure doctrine of Jesus Christ direct from the fountain-head, "The Holy Spirit, who will lead you into all Truth." It is not the organ of any sect, but stands independent as an exponent of Practical Christianity, teaching the practical application in all the affairs of life of the doctrine of Jesus Christ; explaining the action of mind, and how it is the connecting link between God and man; how mind action affects the body, producing discord or harmony, sickness or health, and brings man into the understanding of Divine Law, harmony, health and peace, here and now.
CHARLES FILLMORE, Editor. LOWELL FILLMORE, Business Mgr.
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Man is mind, not matter; he is spirit, not sense. Life is consciousness, the successive mental states the individual mind exercises.
Mind may attach to things. The profligate turns his thoughts to sensuous revels; the philosopher engages in considerations of a more exalted character. Our physical scientist tells us in effect that the oriental teaching is correct in declaring visibilities to be illusions. In the absence of the physical ear there would be no sound, though worlds should rush together with an impingement that would strike fire to the universe. In the absence of the physical eye there is no light, while sun and star flame through the sky. When man is so unattached to things of sense as to be entirely oblivious to them, he has ascended to the Father and has returned to the glory which he knew before the world was. Not until this is accomplished is man free from the specters of illusion.
The mind stamps its character upon things. As the noisome dungeon penetrates the ground many feet below the house which has a skylight looking out upon the firmament, so the mind of man has many degrees. of realization. One man strives to win money; another colors canvases. The thought of each is intent upon its quest. The financier thinks of unimpeachable securities, the artist dreams of changeful lights in opalescent skies.