Den tro, at vi  kan angribe og blive angrebet – at angreb virkelig er muligt, er en grundsten i egoets tankesystem. Men heldigvis er dette ikke sandt.

(English version at the bottom of this post)

Jesus fortæller os, at kun kærligheden er virkelig, og at intet andet eksisterer. Men så længe denne tro på angreb stadig er stærkt forankret i vores sind, vil vi have oplevelser, der har rod i denne tro, fordi vi ser det, vi ønsker at se. Det vi ønsker at se, er det, vi tror på. Vores tanker er så magtfulde. Fordi du tror, at angreb er muligt, vil du også ubevidst eller bevidst frygte angreb, hvilket giver dig oplevelsen af at være sårbar.

Lektion 26: “Mine angrebstanker angriber min usårlighed”  har til hensigt at hjælpe os til at forstå, at intet andet end vore tanker kan angribe os  –  at intet andet end vore tanker kan få os til at tro, at vi er sårbare, og at intet andet end vore tanker kan bevise for os, at dette ikke passer! Følelsen af sårbarhed, af frygt – må komme fra angrebstanker i vores sind. – Lektionen introducerer også den tanke, at du altid angriber dig selv først.

David går endnu dybere med dagens idé i denne video.

The belief that we can attack and be attacked – that attack is really possible, is a corner stone of the ego’s thought system. But fortunately, this is not true.

Jesus tells us that only love is real and nothing else exists. But as long as this belief in attack is still strongly rooted in our minds, we will have experiences that are rooted in this belief, because we see what we want to see, and what we want to see, is what we believe is true. Our thoughts are that powerful. Because you believe attack is possible, you will unconsciously or consciously fear attack, and you also believe and feel that you are vulnerable.

Lesson 26: “My attacking thoughts are attacking my invulnerability” are aimed at helping us understand that nothing but our thoughts can attack us – that nothing but our thoughts can make us believe that we are vulnerable – that nothing but our thoughts can prove to us that this is NOT true! The only sense of vulnerability, of fear – must come from attack thoughts in our own minds. The lesson also introduces the idea: You always attack yourself first. 

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