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Barn House, 11 December

I think you could usefully study S&H 258:1-8. This chapter on “Creation” is really about conception, for Mind conceives thought only. It shows us how we do not try to attain something from a standpoint outside the fullness of being, but we begin with the spiritual fact that I, Mind, express My idea or man, the infinite idea forever developing itself, starting from a boundless basis and not trying to get there. As we look out from the standpoint of God we see the fulfillment of being from that altitude, and thus the limited human capacities appear to be enlarged because the limited sense of the one and only capacity—that of Mind—fades out. We thus find there is no human capacity, because Mind alone is capable.