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A Metaphor to Eve my first love the Bone and the Flesh of my Flesh. Her Royal Highness Son Altesse Royal Audrey Hepburn the Spirit of Woman. The Founder of Christian Science as Mary Baker Eddy
  1. You are all angels and light bearers as angels you are born again numerous times to bring light into the world,  Bless each other with wisdom and heal one another as you would heal yourself.
  2. I pray you enjoy this Children’s presentation of Mary Baker Eddies life Story.  Rabbits are used also for an adult perspective to emphasize that no matter what we look like on the outside we are all Angelic souls of inside and like rabbits differ so do our human frames and colors.

    Her Royal Highness Mary Baker Eddy The Spirit of Woman
    Her Royal Highness Mary Baker Eddy The Spirit of Woman
  3. At our chore being our souls all look very similar so also think of rabbit as your soul that goes through eternity looking different in each life yet there is always something unique and similar about your spirit that differ’s from spiritual looks.
  4. Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910) was an influential American author, teacher, and religious leader.proto-rabbit
  5. And although Mary Baker Eddy’s life ended her spirit remains with us.
  6. Mary Baker Eddy  was born in the year 1821 and lived and shared time in history with Mormon Prophet Joseph Smith.
  7. Mary Baker Eddy is noted for her ground breaking ideas about spirituality, health and healing,
  8. She developed her Ideas about healing from her Faith in Jesus Christ and developed her system of Healing into Christian Science.

    Mary Baker Eddie and Joseph Smith metaphor rabbits
    Mary Baker Eddie and Joseph Smith Metaphor Rabbits. The Bigger Rabbit takes care of little rabbet.
  9. She articulated those ideas in her major work, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, first published in 1875.
  10. Four years later she founded the Church of Christ, Scientist, which today has branch churches and societies around the world. In 1908 she launched The Christian Science Monitor, a leading international newspaper, the recipient, to date, of seven Pulitzer Prizes.

    Science Cross, Crosses Crowns, Cs Christian, Books Pamphlets, Crown Heal, Christian Science 3, Book Breaking
    Science Cross, Crosses Crowns, Cs Christian, Books Pamphlets, Crown Heal, Christian Science 3, Book Breaking.
  11. Her Youth: Born on a farm in Bow, New Hampshire, Mary Baker Eddy was the youngest of Mark and Abigail Baker’s six children.
  12. Her formal education was interrupted by periods of sickness, but when not in school she read and studied extensively at home, writing prose and poetry from an early age.

    Mrs Cookie's Gram is recovering from cancer. After further testing she is doing good---holding her own.
    Mrs Cookie’s Gram is recovering from cancer. After further testing she is doing good—holding her own.
  13. Her parents sought help from physicians for her ailments, but the treatments brought only temporary relief.
  14. Raised in a deeply religious Congregational home, Mary Baker Eddy rebelled against the Calvinist doctrine of predestination at an early age, and regularly turned to the Bible and prayer for hope and inspiration.
    The Rabbit Bible for Children
    The Rabbit Bible for Children – a little Dwarf turns to the Rabbit Bible to read about reincarnation.


  15. However the doctrine of predestination was not her theological strength and she was built for greater things than musings on things many angels do not understand nor look for understanding.
  16. She was built for caring, helps ministry, women’s ministry and for healing and has attracted many male disciples in her work.
  17. Adulthood –  In December 1843, Mary Baker married a promising young building contractor, George Washington Glover, moving with him to the Carolinas.

    A Promosing Young Rabbit
    A young rabbit that shows promise
  18. Mr Glover died the following June, three months before the birth of their son, George. She found shelter and support for herself and the boy back in her parents’ New Hampshire home until her mother’s death in late 1849.
  19. In 1850, still suffering from recurring bouts of illness and no longer having her mother’s help and not yet fully awoken, she found she had no choice but to place herself in the care of the family’s former nurse and her husband.

    Christian Rabbits
    The Family Nurse
  20. Her marital relationship is very similar to that of Queen Victoria who took care of Prince Albert till he died.
  21.  In 1853, Mary Baker Glover married Daniel Patterson, an itinerant dentist who proved to be unreliable and unfaithful. Daniel Patterson abandoned her in 1866, and, after years of living apart, she divorced him in 1873 on grounds of desertion.
  22. Already struggling with health problems her second failed marriage found her struggling with chronic illness compounded by personal loss once more.

    Rabbit Trauma is like Human Trauma is a condition of the soul brough upon by stress and other factors
    Rabbit Trauma is like Human Trauma is a condition of the soul and body and brought upon by stress, lack of good companionship and other factors.
  23. Mary Patterson was preoccupied with questions of health. Like many in her day,  she avoided the harsh treatments of conventional nineteenth-century medicine and its dangerous side effects.
  24. She sought relief in various alternative treatments of the day, from diets to hydropathy (water-cure).

    Rabbit Seeking to be Cured from Various Ailments
    Rabbit Seeking to be Cured from Various Ailments
  25. During Patterson’s long absences, she studied homeopathy in-depth and became intrigued by its emphasis on diluting drugs to the point where they all but disappear from the remedy.
  26. At one point, she experimented with un-medicated pellets (now known as placebos) and concluded that a patient’s belief plays a powerful role in the healing process.
  27. The phychology and medical science of placebos was most likely a fairly new advent that took on spiritual values through Mary Baker Eddy.

    Rabbits Homeopathy and the Science of Placebos
    Rabbits Homeopathy and the Science of Placebos
  28. While investigating such new cures, she continued to seek comfort and insights in the Bible, still drawn by the healing record contained in its pages.
  29. In 1862, as the Civil War raged, Mary Patterson sought help from Phineas Quimby, a popular healer in Portland, Maine.

    Phineas Quimby Rabbit the Preacher Healing Rabbit
    Phineas Quimby Rabbit the Preacher Healing Rabbit
  30. Her health initially improved radically under his treatment, which included a combination of mental suggestion and what might now be called therapeutic touch, but she soon suffered a relapse.
  31. She returned to Quimby not only for treatment but also to learn more about his approach. Thinking that he had rediscovered a divine healing method, she spent hours discussing and exchanging ideas with him.

    Mary Baker Eddy Rabbit Sniffs Phineas Quimby Rabbit the Rabbit of Promise
    Mary Baker Eddy Rabbit Sniffs Phineas Quimby Rabbit the Rabbit of Promise before exchanging Ideas
  32. In time, she concluded that Quimby’s technique depended largely on his vigorous personality and his training in hypnosis rather than on some divine principle.
  33. The Death of Phineas Quimby-  A turning point occurred in 1866 when a severe fall on an icy sidewalk left her in bed in critical condition.

    Grey Bunnie Looks out after her sick little Grey Bunnie
    Grey Bunnie Looks out after her sick little Grey Bunnie –
  34. Quimby had died just one month earlier so she could not turn to him for help.
  35. She asked for her Bible and, while reading an account of healing, found herself suddenly well. Eventually, she referred to this as the moment she discovered Christian Science.
  36. Mary Patterson could not explain to others what had happened, but she knew it was the result of what she had read in the Bible.

    Marry Baker Eddy Metaphor - Mary Bakar Eddit Bunny studying up on her bible and educational texts
    Marry Baker Eddy Metaphor – Mary Bakar Eddit Bunny studying up on her bible and educational texts
  37. Her conviction grew in the coming weeks and months as setbacks were met with even stronger proofs of spiritual healing.
  38. This led to nine years of intensive scriptural study, healing activity, and teaching, culminating in the publication of Science and Health in 1875.
  39. In this book she marked out what she understood to be the “science” behind this healing method. As she saw it, the healing works of Jesus were divinely natural, and repeatable.

    Four Promosing Young Rabbit Souls inside Four silly little bunny suites
    Four Promising Young Rabbit Souls inside Four brand new silly little bunny suites
  40. Over the years Mary Baker Eddy taught her system of healing to hundreds of women and men who in turn established
    Asa Gilbert Eddy Husband of Mary Baker Eddy
    Asa Gilbert Eddy Husband of Mary Baker Eddy

    successful healing practices across the United States and abroad. In 1877 she married one of her students,  Asa Gilbert Eddy, who gave her unflinching support and the name by which she became best known.

  41. Asa Gilbert Eddy died in 1882. Disappointed that existing Christian churches would not embrace the discovery of his wife Mary Baker Eddie.
  42. Then Eddy started her own church.
  43. In 1879 she secured a charter for the Church of Christ, Scientist, established “to commemorate the word and works of our Master, which should reinstate primitive Christianity and its lost element of healing.”

    Denominational Non- Denominational Rabbiits and Orthdox Rabbits in gathering to fellowship
    Denominational Non- Denominational Rabbiits and Orthdox Rabbits in gathering to fellowship
  44. Two years later, she founded the Massachusetts Metaphysical College, where she taught her classes until 1889, when she closed the institution to focus on a major revision of Science and Health.
  45. Mary Baker Eddy, 1870s
    The Spirit of Woman – Mary Baker Eddy, 1870s Author, Writer, Healer Scientist, Counselor, Teacher, Preacher and co.Founder of The Church of Christ Science in partnership with Jesus Christ and Our Tender Kind and Loving Holy Spirit

    As teacher, author, and preacher, Mary Baker Eddy was leader of the burgeoning Christian Science movement. In 1888, a reading room for her writings and other publications opened in Boston. In 1894, Boston-area Christian Scientists moved into their own first church edifice (The Mother Church), built under Eddy’s direction.

  46. In 1895 she published a church manual, establishing guidelines that are followed to this day. It is in this slim volume that she made provisions for a lay ministry in Christian Science churches around the world, with locally elected readers who read a weekly “Bible Lesson-Sermon” of passages from the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.
  47. Eddy went on to found The Christian Science Publishing Society in 1898, which became the publishing home for numerous publications launched by her and her followers.
  48. It is of note that Mary Baker Eddy made her discovery of Christian Science mid-way through her long life, at a time when women could not vote and were generally barred from pulpits, seminaries, and the medical profession. She continued her work until her last days. It was at age 87, responding to “yellow” journalism (the tabloid news of her day), that she started The Christian Science Monitor, designed “to injure no man, but to bless all mankind.”Mary Baker Eddy passed away on December 3, 1910,  but her Soul the Spirit of  Woman lives on and continues being born again as she has through History.   She was buried at Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, Massachusetts. By that time, her church was growing nationally and internationally, and her best-selling book was in the process of being translated for the first time (into German). Hundreds of tributes appeared in newspapers around the world, including The Boston Globe, which wrote,

    “She did a wonderful—an extraordinary work in the world and there is no doubt that she was a powerful influence for good.”

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    3 Baby Beavers – A Mother Nature Trinity watching on Eagerly as the World Learns of Reincarnation Healing Miracles Signs and Wonders that can be weilded by Adherents.

Refrence:  http://www.marybakereddylibrary.org/mary-baker-eddy/the-life-of-mary-baker-eddy/

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