“Brother, sister . . . let me tell you that you are ready to heal fully.” COL bk.2, 9:IV
The context of this quotation is that we have let the ego go and that we are merging with our Christ-Self. If we have taken steps to eliminate fear and judgment, the two forbidden aspects of our thoughts that keep us back, then we are ready to heal—and to heal fully. Healing is what is happening when we reach Christ-consciousness. And healing is what happens when we have let neuroses go.
What a blessing this statement really is! If we can be neurosis-free, then our minds will have learned from our hearts, and we will be walking a flower-strewn pathway.
Much of this philosophy of this post comes from A Course of Love, a received writing that came around the turn of this century. We need to let our hearts, which have never doubted God, have full ascendancy over our minds, which are characterized by The Way of Mastery, as being “very stupid servants.” While we may not agree that our minds are stupid, we certainly can know that we haven’t ever doubted God so much in our hearts. It is only our minds that have given us problems, intellectual problems, about a God we cannot see.
But we can intuit God, and that is what I am asking you to do today. Listen to the heart. Know that it does not lie. And the heart does not need the proofs of God’s existence that the mind seems to throw up while we are in the throes of the ego.
Be ready to heal fully, clear mind and warm heart, and accept this promise of full healing as our birthright.