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Practical Healing for Mind and Body - Jane W. Yarnall

Practical Healing for Mind and Body - Jane W. Yarnall

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Practical Healing for Mind and Body
A Course of Twelve Lessons

A Complete Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Healing by a Knowledge of Divine Law by Jane W. Yarnall !1891"
THIRD EDITION 1894. REVISED
Practical Healing for Mind and Body
A Course of Twelve Lessons

A Complete Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Healing by a Knowledge of Divine Law by Jane W. Yarnall !1891"
THIRD EDITION 1894. REVISED

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Practical Healing for Mind and Body 
 A Course of Twelve Lessons
 A Complete Treatise on the Principles and Practice of Healing by a Knowledge of Divine Law by  Jane W. Yarnall
1891
 "
THIRD EDITION 1894. REVISED
Mrs. Yarnall
We desire to see every student so thoroughly trained in the understanding of these principles that no argument, no ridicule, no opposition orpersecution can move him; and so firm that
the gates of hell shall not prevailagainst his thoughts.
’”
- The Author
© 1891 Jane W. Yarnall Intended for free distribution Northwoods Spiritual Resource Center, Wisconsin
 
A note about this Northwoods edition
This PDF version of Mrs Yarnall’s 12-lesson course was manually typed from the Third Edition,Revised, as published by F. M. Harley Publishing Company, Chicago, 1894.The author designed her lessons to be self-instructing. No questions or assignments were includedfor readers of her book.In 1897 Mrs Yarnall privately published a second book,
“The Good Time Coming; or The WayOut of Bondage,”
as a companion volume to this one. She makes no mention in this later  publication of having written any other books or lessons during the intervening years. The morerecent volume, however, is divided into chapters and is clearly not structured as lesson material.
Mrs Jane W Yarnall and the Divine Science movement
There are numerous instances in these lessons where Mrs Yarnall refers to her teaching as“Divine Science.In addition, the February 1894 issue of the Divine Science magazine,
 Harmony,
noting a report in The Dallas Morning News, mentions that Mrs. J. W. Yarnall gave alecture in Dallas concerning the World's Parliament of Religions conference held the previous year in Chicago. [Source:
The New Thought Movement: A Link Between East and West,
AlanAnderson, Curry College, 1993.]Within a historical context Divine Science was founded in 1885 by Malinda Elliott Cramer of San Francisco, who later opened a school,
 Home College of Divine Science,
in 1887. WhereasMrs Yarnall’s lessons were first published in 1891, and noting that her name is mentioned in thefounder’s Divine Science magazine in 1894, it can be concluded that Mrs Yarnall was likely aformer student of Mrs Cramer.Although Mrs Yarnall also refers to her teaching as
“Science of Mind,”
this should not beconfused with the teachings of Dr Ernest Holmes, founder of Religious Science, whose textbook is also of that name. Dr Holmes was four years old when these lessons were written.IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING MATERIA MEDICAMany of the early New Thought teachers required students who were under the care of a physician or taking medication to immediately cease these actions. Mrs Yarnall also made similar demands. Students studying this course should be aware that the position of most New Thoughtgroups today, including Divine Science, is that using medication and/or engaging the services of a physician is a personal decision on the part of the individual and is not subject to the dictates of any person, church or organization.* * * * *
© 1891 Jane W. Yarnall Intended for free distribution Northwoods Spiritual Resource Center, Wisconsin
 
Practical Healing for Mind and Body
© 1891 Jane W. Yarnall Intended for free distribution Northwoods Spiritual Resource Center, Wisconsin

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