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Category: Resistance

Constructive Acts: Some Thoughts on Fear and Conflict

Fear is always a sign of strain, arising whenever what you want conflicts with what you do.

“Only constructive acts should be involuntary.” So, fear shouldn’t be involuntary; it’s not constructive. Driving around yesterday, I was once again listening to A Course in Miracles, and I found myself marveling at how rich it is and how much I cherish hearing it.  I’ve heard certain parts enough to actually know the lines, like […]

The Shift in Perception: More Manual for Teacher on How Healing is Accomplished

Manual for Teachers, A Course in Miracles

I often awake up in prayer.  There is song floating through my mind; this morning’s was Dido’s I Just Want to Thank You.  I was still feeling high from my Tuesday night ACIM group meeting.  Just for a few moments, the world didn’t matter.  All that mattered was love and as I lay in bed […]

Manual for Teachers: the 2nd Characteristic of God’s Teachers – Honesty

“Challenge implies doubt, and the trust on which God's teachers rest secure makes doubt impossible.”

I like to think I am an honest person, but even making such a declaration arouses ego’s criticism.  I am currently sick – fighting off a respiratory infection, and on some level it pisses me off to be using my body to try to solve my problems.  Metaphysically speaking, respiratory infections are an indication of […]

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