Monthly Archives: May 2012

Where You Live

Everything that exists—all of creation—is an experience of thought that happens in the Mind of God, the only Mind that Is. This is where we are indivisibly joined. This is where we recognize we are when our belief is free … Continue reading

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Being Defenseless

Consider this: If you had no reason to defend yourself from your brother, would he attack you? Recognizing the true answer to this would result in world peace.

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Use Of Forgiveness

Watch that you do not use forgiveness of guilt to off—set the pain and misery that guilt causes. To forgive what is not real while thinking it is real, may free you momentarily from its effects, but will ultimately support … Continue reading

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Lack

How many ways can the ego distract us from the recognition that all feelings of lack, be they of money, relationships or love, are really the belief that there is something missing in us? When you have this feeling, remind … Continue reading

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Judgment

Would you knowingly cling to something that brought you pain? If you judge guilt in any form, the answer is yes.

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More on Healing

HEALING When we speak of “healing,” it helps to be clear if we are referring to an attempt to cure a physical illness, or attempting to let go of our misperceptions and awaken to the truth of who we are. … Continue reading

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Look For What Is Loving

Healing is not about fixing what is broken. Healing is being aware that you are created from perfect love to extend perfect love and recognizing you cannot change what you are. But to remember what you are you must stop … Continue reading

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Expect To Find Love

You must look for and expect to encounter love before you will find it. “Seeing” in the world is a mirror of our thoughts. What we see is as broad or as narrow as our perception will allow. We do … Continue reading

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Condemn God?

The next time you feel compelled to condemn someone for what has happened in the world, ask yourself if you would condemn God for what your brother seems to have done. The world is a story we tell, a dream … Continue reading

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Awakening

During a conversation I had with a friend about Jesus life, he asked if I was aware, or had been told, if or when he had reached the moment of awakening to the truth about himself. As he was asking … Continue reading

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