ACIM Workbook lesson 16

I have no neutral thoughts.”

Every thought has a flavor to it. And it is the flavor that determines if the thought is on the loving end of the stick or on the fear end.

The good thing about all this is that you are in the position to change the flavor of a thought as well as the thought itself. For example, you can vary the flavor of a thought like “I’ll have cereal for breakfast” any way I like. And if you find, for example, that you cannot change the flavor of a thought like “This is just to spite me”, you can decide to not embrace the thought but let it go, and turn to a different thought that you can think in a loving way.

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