“Living the Science of Mind” by Ernest Holmes, p. 391
There are people who depend upon certain books, perhaps even the Bible, for their happiness. Without in any way discrediting the value of these books or the supreme value of the great Bibles of the world, or of those great teachers who have brought to us the highest and the best the world knows, even these transferences must be broken if we are to become whole, for nothing should stand between us, and the Universe.
“Living the Science of Mind” by Ernest Holmes, p. 392
Breaking the transference does not mean isolation from Life. Quite the opposite. It means being whole in Life, so that we may discover the love and the friendship of all people without seeking to destroy them or permitting them to destroy us.