July 24, 2019
Always remember that we have a corporeal sense of the incorporeal—a material sense of the spiritual. It is only belief added to sense that makes our experience seem to be filled with pairs of opposites.
The life of belief includes discord, unhappiness, lack and finiteness. Sense has no power; sense is sense alone. It is innocent and impotent. As we learn to sense without belief in either the good or bad of appearance, reality becomes evident.
Knowing this truth, we are able to release ourselves from what appears to be, both the bad and the good, and in the released state of being God, good, quickly becomes and remains visible and real throughout our experience.
From Chapter 14, Abide In Me, from the new
Healing of the Body, Page 178
(to be published soon)
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