Category Archives: Essays

“God takes the final step Himself”

“The mind can be right or wrong, depending on the voice to which it listens. Right-mindedness listens to the Holy Spirit, forgives the world, and through Christ’s vision sees the real world in its place. This is the final vision, the … Continue reading

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There Is No World

But I experience a world. Yes. But that experience takes place in the mind. There is no contact with a world of form. All experience happens in and with the mind. The eyes seem to see a world “out there”, but seeing … Continue reading

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Ego Is An Activity

Ego is not an entity; it has no being or existence. It is a reflex, a habit, an activity of the mind born of the belief in separation, from which then follow thoughts reflecting that belief, which themselves are reflected in the world … Continue reading

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“I was guided to…”

Recently I’ve been hearing quite a few Course students say “I was guided to…” when talking about feeling inspired toward some action. I myself have used the phrase on occasion, usually when sharing a story of how some unexpected impulse initiated a miraculous chain of events which … Continue reading

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