A justifiable criticism of de Waters' teachings which mix Advaita with Christian Science is that they represent a magnificent but a one-sided and hence unbalanced position; consequently her brilliant conclusions can never be the perfect impeccable truth. They are necessary to offset the other form of unbalance which arises from the step-by-step self-improvement school. But the latter's teachings are just as necessary to offset her own. Philosophy, by accepting both the immediate and the ultimate, by keeping them always together to compensate and balance each other, alone offers an adequate and faultless teaching.
-- Notebooks Category 16: The Sensitives > Chapter 8: Christian Science, Other Spiritual Movements > # 66