A Course of Love · ACOL "A Treatise on the New"

True Vision Is Seeing with the Expectation of Revelation

“. . .[T]rue vision is seeing relationship and union. It is the opposite of seeing with the eyes and the attitude of separation. It is seeing with an expectation first and foremost of revelation. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 2.32)” 1 – ACIM In A Course in Miracles,… Continue reading True Vision Is Seeing with the Expectation of Revelation

A Course of Love · ACOL "A Treatise on the New"

Know with an Inner Knowing that Will Aid the Eyes’ Sight

“Have you thought your instincts will be sharpened and that you will know with an inner knowing that will aid the sight of your eyes? (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 2.31)” 1 – Jesus This passage describes succinctly what Jesus has explained earlier in the “Treatise on the… Continue reading Know with an Inner Knowing that Will Aid the Eyes’ Sight

A Course of Love · ACOL "A Treatise on the New"

Our Vision—Revelation from God—Has Happened

“. . .[Y]our vision has already changed, although you are not aware of the extent of this change. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 2.30)” 1 – Vision Our vision, our revelation from God, has happened–sometimes intermittently and sometimes on a more permanent basis. We have let go our… Continue reading Our Vision—Revelation from God—Has Happened

A Course of Love · ACOL "A Treatise on the New"

Vision in a New World Is Shared with the All, the One

“You have lived with the vision of the separated self for so long that you cannot imagine what shared vision will mean, and do not yet recognize it when you experience it. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: ‘A Treatise on the New,’ 2.29)” 1 – Shared Vision This quotation speaks of a shared… Continue reading Vision in a New World Is Shared with the All, the One

A Course of Love · ACOL "A Treatise on the New"

The Disjoining of Mind and Heart / The Rejoining into Wholeheartedness

“The separated state was nothing more than the disjoining of heart and mind, a state in which mind attempted to know without the relationship of the heart and so merely perceived its own creations rather than the creations birthed in unity. (The Treatises of A Course of Love: A Treatise on the New, 2.26)” 1… Continue reading The Disjoining of Mind and Heart / The Rejoining into Wholeheartedness