Monthly Archives: August 2012

To remind yourself we are connected . .

When you ask for healing or the wisdom to be happy, ask it for everyone. To choose for yourself alone only insures you will experience being alone.

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Unreasonable Happiness

If you are looking for reasons to be happy in the ego’s story of the world, you won’t find them. In this world there are an infinite number of reasons to be angry, fearful or sad. None to be happy … Continue reading

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There Is No Sin

Say aloud to a group of friends: “I have no guilt, I can do no wrong, cause no pain to anyone. The world I see is only witness to my dream of sin.” When you can do this without shame … Continue reading

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The God Self

To accommodate our disbelief that we are perfect, God has placed the Awareness of our God created Self in our mind disguised as a Presence we can pretend is not actually what we are.

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Lessons and Guidance

The difference between learning lessons and listening to guidance is often confusing. The idea of lessons comes from the ego’s belief there is something broken that needs to be fixed. It most frequently leads to, and satisfies the ego’s need … Continue reading

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Faith In One Another

If we are finally to find peace and be free of fear, faith in each other is not an option.

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Travel Light

Forgive the world you see. Learn to travel light. The time it takes to get to Heaven is directly influenced by the amount of baggage you carry.

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One Consciousness

Learning to connect with others and feel the sense of joy and safety that brings is how we begin to overcome the ego’s need to be autonomous. But we cannot connect to the “things” or forms of the world that … Continue reading

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Projection

Each projection we make solidifies our belief that cause and effect are separate. It is a little like drinking poison and expecting someone else will die.

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Giving Is Receiving

The cost of giving is receiving. You cannot give what you have not made yours. You will suffer the effects of your self-judgment, or reap the joy of your forgiveness. You will find your innocence each time you refuse to … Continue reading

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