December 26, 2018
Because consciousness is one, the “observer” and the “observed” are one. Consciousness is conscious of itself as what appears through our objective sense to be individual you, me, body, and world.
Empty of belief we experience pure consciousness—divine being, body and world; but the degree of belief we hold onto “discolors” our sense and therefore our experience. But always remember, the “discoloration” is not an entity; just belief-imagery. All is divine consciousness no matter what belief-images we may experience. In other words, perfect body, thing, and condition are forever present no matter what sense testifies to.
From Chapter 11, What Is Consciousness?
Healing of the Body page 131