There is a difference between the brain and the mind. One very obvious difference is that the brain is a physical organ, while the mind is intangible and inorganic. The crucial consequence of this difference is that thought is a mental, rather than a physically dependent activity. Many wrongly assume that the mind resides vaguely in the head region, somewhere
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Have Advances In Medicine Reduced Disease?

THE human being is basically the same today as in days gone by, with essentially an unchanged physiological and physiognomic make up. Between the ‘dark ages’ and the present, there have been remarkable strides in medicine, commendable advances in pharmaceuticals and innovative skills in surgery, all of which continue to be used to doctor the human body. But is there
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Gratitude Brings Healing

‘ARE we grateful for the good already received?’ asks Mary baker Eddy in Science and Health with key to the Scriptures. She answers ‘Then we shall be fitted to receive more.’ With Thanksgiving day in some parts of the world having just past, and Christmas day with its celebration, festivities and good cheer not far, grateful thoughts and words may
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La Science chrétienne est la méthode de la guérison spirituelle que Jésus employait

Makengo ma Pululu : « Grâce aux explications de Science et Santé – et—de la Clef des Ecritures, les chercheurs de la spiritualité peuvent pratiquer la guérison Chrétienne sur une base scientifique » Nous poursuivons notre série d’entretien avec le Comité de Publication de la Science Chrétienne/RDC, Makengo ma Pululu. Cette fois-ci l’Observateur a abordé un sujet aussi important qui intéresse tout
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Letting go of disease

Times without number, most of us have witnessed friends, colleagues or relatives holding on, almost possessively it would seem, to disease, albeit inadvertently. There is a smaller number who actually take pride in owning disease, either in order to be pitied, or to be saluted for their adeptness in managing it, and to be considered authorities when it comes to
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Winning The War On Ebola Scourge – Can Prayer Help?

WHEN the WHO representative, Rui Gama Vaz, declared Nigeria free of the Ebola virus in Abuja on October 20, 2014, there was a spontaneous round of applause by the officials present, according to a Reuters report. This is a message of hope, and certainly calls for thanksgiving, considering that the first case of the disease was in Lagos, a city
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A spiritual remedy for healing obsession

Unlike addiction where the sufferer usually believes they cannot do without a material substance, and increasingly greater amounts of it with the passing of time, obsession, though a form of addiction, is more of a mental nature. Here the sufferer is compulsively preoccupied with thoughts or feelings, in a persistent way that is not healthy, either to the one entertaining
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This warning may seem unnecessary, since no one in their right mind would make a point of purchasing ill health, yet, statistics show, quite alarmingly that many unwittingly do buy disease when they really should be enjoying good health.   The marketing of pharmaceutical drugs is big business in the major economies of the world, and in Nigeria too, yet,
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The undivided garment of Christ

The Bible is full of symbolisms which elucidate an underlying spiritual message, thereby giving mankind the spiritual understanding that would enable them live true Christian lives. Christ Jesus, the Messiah, also used parables in this way, in a bid to get his spiritual point across. Every Christian would agree that Jesus Christ is the Saviour of the world, and the
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La Science Chrétienne est un mode thérapeutique ouvert à tous

Aujourd’hui, on parle de plus en plus du mode thérapeutique de la Science chrétienne. En RDC, plusieurs personnes recourent à cette thérapeutique de la Science  pour se guérir et guérir les membres de leurs familles. Dans cet entretien, le comité de publication de la Science chrétienne, Makengo Ma Pululu nous apporte plus de précisions sur cette question. Lisez. L’Observateur : Parlons
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