Use Imagination to Create a New World

“Still you find it difficult to believe that what is possible depends upon what you can imagine being possible. You must cease to see the difficulty and begin to see the ease with which what you can imagine becomes reality.” (ACOL, 23.17)

A Course of Love takes us from a different place than A Course in Miracles. In many respects, A Course of Love is a continuation of ACIM, and we have grown through our understanding of ACIM to stand at a different place, a better place in our search for salvation.

We can use our better vision to imagine a better world. And Jesus says that these imaginings will bear fruit. We easily create a new world. We don’t have to struggle ever again. The way is clear, the way is safe. We are walking a safe earth.

We earlier might have thought that it would be a lot of work to move into a new world. But Jesus says that this difficulty is not there. We can imagine with ease, and in the imagining we ourselves take ourselves, through the Self, to a better world. Our work is not finished, but just begun—yet the way does not seem long to us, and the way seems joyous to us. We are following a higher plan to create a better world. We change ourselves internally first, of course, for nothing born of the ego can change meaningfully. When we have divested ourselves of the ego, we will move swiftly into a new creation. And we will move with ease, as this quotation says.

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2 thoughts on “Use Imagination to Create a New World

  1. Advanced Research Technology

    Your post comes at a time when I am considering the conscious awareness necessary to move from the present paradigm into the new one. Truly everything is created inside first and then manifested within matter. Let the heart and the imagination be attuned to the mind of The Most High through the Spirit inside.

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