ACIM Workbook lesson 51

Five ideas for review:

1) Nothing I see means anything.

2) I have given what I see all the meaning it has for me.

3) I do not understand anything I see.

4) These thoughts do not mean anything.

5) I am never upset for the reason I think.

Keep in mind that the traditional meaning of the words “see” and “think” is different from the meaning the course awards these words. When the course uses the words “seeing” and “thinking” they mean inspired seeing and inspired thinking: seeing and thinking with God, inspired by love, joy, beauty, freedom, justice and so forth. The Course identifies anything that is happening that seems out of harmony with love and light as illusory. My continued attention to illusions only serves to confirm and prolong their impact on my experience.

Today’s review aims at awakening an understanding in you of the illusory nature of the habitual processes people call seeing and thinking.

Full text of ACIM lesson 51

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