ACIM Workbook Lesson 1 – for Saturday, January 1, 2011 Affirmation: “Nothing I see in this room means anything.” Selected Passage: “Notice that the statements [in the lesson] are not arranged in any order, and make no allowance for differences in the kinds of things to which they are applied. (WB3)” Reflections: This is the… Continue reading Any Meaning in Nothingness?
“Make no mistake that what is asked of us is everything. What is asked is our total willingness to abandon the old, our total willingness to embrace the new. But also make no mistake that what is given to us is everything. All the power of creation is released unto us. Let us begin. (The… Continue reading Conclusion to “Treatise on the New”
“You have arrived! The long journey that brought you here is over. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 12.15)” Affirmation: “long journey – over” Reflections: What a marvelous statement from Jesus! And yet it is the highest way of viewing his words. We can still lapse. We can still… Continue reading The Long Journey Is Over
“You eagerly awaited each learning challenge in the hopes that it would bring you to the state in which you now abide. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 12.14)” Affirmation: “I abide now where I have wanted to abide.” Reflections: This passage echoes a theme of ACOL. We have… Continue reading In What State Do We Now Abide?
“. . .[B]e vigilant of your thought patterns so that you eradicate the idea of learning in separation and replace it with the idea of sharing in unity. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 12.10)” Affirmation: “no learning in separation. . .instead sharing in unity” Reflections: 1 – Learning… Continue reading Eradicate Learning in Separation – Choose Sharing in Unity
“Once these dialogues are sustainable without need of the written word, the written word will be less necessary. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 12.7)” Affirmation: “sustainable dialogues – written word less necessary” Reflections: 1 – How Many Times to Read ACOL? There is a chance that those who… Continue reading Sustainable Dialogues
“Learning has had to do with what is perceived. No longer learning has to do with what is revealed. Learning has had to do with what is unknown. No longer learning has to do with what is and can only be known through revelation. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the… Continue reading Revelation