ACIM Workbook lesson 15

My thoughts are images that I have made.”

I have made the images I see by thinking them. I actually thought them up. And since much of my thinking is haphazard, the images I see are often confusing or disturbing. Other people may be thinking up similar images, and in our agreement I tend to see proof of their truth. But most of the images I see are due to the monkey mind’s conjuring through me. My thoughts project and become images that I think you see. I see what I think about.

My physical eyes receive the features of physical form. They are not equipped to detect nor receive the truth that expresses in form.

The meaning that I assign to a given form depends entirely on the thoughts I have about it.

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