A note on the entries in this blog:
The short reflections and dialogues in this blog are intended as little doses of shifts in perception. Individually they’re not much, and some might not even make much sense. But taken in over time, they help create the perceptual shift that allows a new possibility to dawn into awakening.
In addition, some of the entries will attempt to clarify some of the metaphysical concepts presented in A Course In Miracles that can be confusing or misunderstood.
If you have any questions about anything, or would like me to give a go at answering a question you might have, feel free to contact me, and I will answer as best I can.
A note on my use of language:
As much as possible I try to use language that is relatively baggage-free. I find this allows the mind to bypass preconceived notions it might have that stand in the way of understanding. Take the word God, for example. For many the word God is loaded with meaning based on culture, education, and experience. Because of this I’ll often use a more neutral term such as Source. I find this a useful way to help the mind break free of certain ideas it might trap itself in, and open to a more comprehensive understanding of ACIM and its message. Also, ACIM relies heavily on dualism to articulate its message about nonduality. This is a useful conceit, given that ACIM is written for that which believes itself separate, as if separation has occurred. My own use of language tends less toward dualism. Hence the use of the phrase “that which believes itself separate” rather than simply ego.