“… Strictly speaking, words play no part at all in healing. The motivating factor is prayer, or asking. What you ask for you receive. But this refers to the prayer of the heart, not to the words you use in praying. Sometimes the words and the prayer are contradictory; sometimes they agree. It does not matter. God does not understand words, for they were made by separated minds to keep them in the illusion of separation…”
“… If I think I see a tree it has to be because I have an idea of “tree” in my mind. There is no world out there. “There is nothing outside you. That is what you must ultimately learn” (OrEd.Tx,18.49) It’s an illusion in my mind. It’s a dream…”
The Fear to Look Within – A Course In Miracles
(English FACIM captions – Greek FACIM captions – ο φόβος να κοιτάξουμε μέσα – Έλληνες υπότιτλους)
“How simple is salvation! All it says is what was never true is not true now, and never will be. The impossible has not occurred, and can have no effects. And that is all. Can this be hard to learn by anyone who wants it to be true? Only unwillingness to learn it could make such an easy lesson difficult…”
Truth is Simple – Mooji
La Vérité est Simple – Η αλήθεια είναι απλή – Az igazság egyszerű – Prawda jest Prosty – Истина проста – La verdad es simple
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Music – Oneness – Carlos Santana
Abraham On God – Esther and Jerry Hicks
As I prepared for my daily meditation for Lesson 157 – Into His Presence would I enter now, I looked out my window and saw an amazing cloud formation. Ever so briefly a small patch of blue sky appeared. It made me think of how peace and serenity are always there, hiding behind the storm clouds. On those gloomy, dark, rainy days, we can forget the omnipresent truth of love, God/Source/the universe.
It was a stormy “wet” coast day here in Vancouver and as the clouds swirled around one another in a fiery dance of nature, it reminded me of a sentiment from the Course introduced to me while at a lecture by Marianne Williamson.
To paraphrase, we are like sunbeams unto the sun. There is no place where I stop and you begin. How hard, lonely and overwhelming can life feel when you identify with only a single ray of light surrounded by the…
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