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Category: Brain

Shortcuts: The Hush of Heaven

the hush of Heaven holds my heart today

Last night in my Roots class, we were discussing how the brain creates shortcuts, like a superhighway to results.  It knows how to do certain things and travels frequently used neural pathways to get there fast.  It’s why practice is important.  We were discussing the value of ritual (within the church, but it applies elsewhere, […]

Lesson 151: Echoes of the Voice for God or How I Still Tend to Judge 

All things are echoes

When you think about it, it is fairly ridiculous that any of us assume we know what is happening in light of how little information we actually perceive.  Human senses are extremely limited in their abilities to absorb the information we pick up from our environment and our brains take shortcuts constantly, automatically lumping the […]

ACIM Lesson 7: I See Only the Past So I Question Everything. Am I Wasting My Life?

the illusion of time

It is a testament to the brain’s craving for efficiency that we don’t really see what is in front of us (at least that’s my story).  I think of the lazy people fact: If my brain doesn’t need to bother, it won’t.  So, when I read this morning’s lesson, it didn’t surprise me (well, especially […]

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