Science of Mind (magazine)

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Not to be confused with Scientology.
Science of Mind
Editor-in-Chief Diane Bishop
Categories New Thought, Religious Science
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Centers for Spiritual Living
Founder Ernest Holmes
First issue  1927 (1927-month)
Country United States
Based in Golden, Colorado
Language English
Website www.scienceofmind.com
ISSN 0036-8458
Part of a series of articles on
New Thought

Science of Mind is a guide for spiritual living published monthly by the Centers for Spiritual Living. Themes include inner peace, hope, healing, guidance, and others. The magazine features articles that draw together secular philosophy, the theology of various world religions and elements of science. It has been in distribution since 1927.[1]

Founded by Ernest Holmes, the magazine claims to provide a unique blend of spiritual wisdom and "cutting-edge insights" designed to help readers use spiritual principles to live "happier, richer and more satisfying lives".[2] Science of Mind magazine is one of the most highly regarded spiritual magazines in the New Thought movement[citation needed].

The magazine is available at Barnes & Noble, Centers for Spiritual Living, Apple Newsstand, and independent book stores. .[1] Subscriptions - print and digital - are available at www.ScienceOfMind.com.

Contributors[edit]

Notable contributors to and subjects of Science of Mind include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "A brief history of Science of Mind magazine", Science of Mind magazine website. Retrieved June 3, 2011.
  2. ^ http://scienceofmind.com/about/

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