Monthly Archives: April 2013

Changing Our Mind

The one fundamental issue we must address before we can honestly say we want to change our mind, is, am I willing to freely share my mind and thoughts with everyone? It was when the thought of sin entered our … Continue reading

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Welcome Peace

Would you like to be free of conflict and welcome peace into your life, giving it a home where anyone can come to heal and to rest? We all can do this simply by refusing to attack what God created … Continue reading

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Free Of Judgment

Free of judgment there is no reason not to love. Without a reason not to love you must find your Self.

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Freedom

Freedom is the experience of feeling no need to judge anything. Perpetual forgiveness will get you there.

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Deserve To Be Loved

We are Beings of spirit / mind. Our experience is determined by our thoughts and the meaning we give them. When we do not question what we deserve, we are free to have what we want. This is particularly true … Continue reading

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Our Special Purpose

We have each used the judgments of our perception that there is something wrong with us to make an image of a self, a brother and a world. Each of these images seem to be unique and different, creating different … Continue reading

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Choices

One of the few choices we cannot make is whether to live or die. Neither can we choose to love or not to love. We can choose to keep or let go the physical symbol of our separateness. We can … Continue reading

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Letting The World Go

I feel the strength of my desire to let the world of pain and suffering go. But there are moments I also feel the appeal this world has as home to those I dearly love. I ask Brother how to … Continue reading

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Deflecting Guilt

We try to deflect our guilt by judging others for what we think is wrong with us. Needing others to judge is the purpose for separateness and the only reason there seems to be a world “outside” of us. This … Continue reading

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Your Mind

Your mind is not a part of, or attached to, your body. Yet there is a thought of separateness within our mind and that is what is experienced as a body. What “shapes” the thought that seems to be a … Continue reading

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