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- 501. What steps are taken In the process of thinking?
- 502. Define "imagination."
- 503. Give original illustrations of the power of the imaging faculty.
- 504. What is the first thing necessary in demonstrating perfection in body or affairs?
- 505. Where does man get the ideal images?
- 506. How are diseases harbored indefinitely in the body?
- 507. How often is the physical body renewed?
- 508. Why do scars and deformities often remain if the body is being continually made new?
- 509. What effect does spiritual treatment have on pictures of error?
- 510. Explain an individual's improvement in appearance through the changing of his mental pictures.
- 511. Explain the importance of the imagination in the forming of character.
- 512. How may anxious thoughts be overcome?
- 513. What explanation is there for the appearances of ghosts?
- 514. Why is it unwise for one to give himself up to excessive daydreaming?
- 515. is there any power outside of man to harm him?
- 516. What is the cause of "bad dreams"?
- 517. Which of the sons of Jacob represents the imagination?
- 518. How should all dreams be interpreted?
- 519. Why should children be taught to be fearless?
- 520. What relation does "beholding" bear to the work of transforming man?
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