Founder of the worldwide Religious Science movement, Ernest Holmes wrote this book attempting to simplify his teaching and getting people to use and live by his philosophy. In effect, this book is Holmes' own commentary on his classic Science of Mind textbook....
|Title||:||Living the Science of Mind|
|Number of Pages||:||434 Pages|
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Living the Science of Mind Reviews
If you're interested in a more personable reflective take on his religious philosophy then this certainly helps. If you're looking for a more systematic explanation of that same philosophy, then this only continues the confusion. Great for picking out single lines or even entire small sections and using them to dole out in pithy hopeful wisdom, but as seems to be the case often the meaning of such things is often found in whatever the person using it wanted to say in the first place. If left alone, Holmes here is at best hopeful in his confusion and at worst, incapable of understanding just what the real ramifications of his thinking would lead to. Depending on the chapter there would be and may not be an answer to that. None of this is to say there are not genuine nuggets of gold to found here, but there are only ever selective parts that are taught and believed. But then, in that, he was truly religious.
Having read Ernest Holmes book "Science of Mind", I found "Living the Science of Mind" helpful in learning how individuals can put into practice Holmes' philosophy in a way that was easy to read and understandable. It put the ideas and language in terms that were understandable and comprehensible. I recommend it for anyone interested in pursuing an understanding of this perspective on life as Holmes understood it.
A presentation of how our society and the superficiality of it can lead to depression especially in one with cyclical depressive disorder. Presented in a humorous fashion.
good companion to the main text - The Science of Mind