Category: Shame

Lesson 358: What You Ask for You Receive: Practicing Gratitude

lesson 358, ACIM. No call to God can be unheard nor left Unanswered. And of this I can be sure; His answer is the one I really want.

Ask and you shall receive.  On this Christmas Eve it seems fitting that this is today’s lesson and although this post was written last January, it is nonetheless relevant.  Today’s ACIM lesson, #358, says, “No call to God can be unheard nor left unanswered. And of this I can be sure; His answer is the one […]

Lesson 358: What You Ask for You Receive: Practicing Gratitude

lesson 358, ACIM. No call to God can be unheard nor left Unanswered. And of this I can be sure; His answer is the one I really want.

“Ask and you shall receive;”  we are taught that, but how often do we refrain from asking because we are afraid?  No call to God can be unheard, but you have to call!  As the observer within me becomes more practiced and I notice what my small self (ego) is up to, I am frequently […]

Lesson 58: Company-Ready Clean & Accepting My Holiness

once I've accepted my holiness

It’s Saturday and I’m feeling like I’m in “stop the world I want to get off” mode.  I have an open house to do later today.  I no longer make myself crazy by trying to do them in the morning: people are busy running errands on Saturday mornings; they want to get their grocery shopping […]

Lesson 57: Nothing You Understand is Fearful

Nothing You Understand is Fearful

“Nothing you understand is fearful.” I’ve always been a big fan of understanding things.  Despite the “I do not know what anything is for” exercise, I am happier (not that my happiness is dependent on such things) understanding things.  See, ego loves keeping things hidden and secret, but such actions foster fear and shame, so […]