Denial can not be partial. If we deny reality we are misusing the power of the mind, a power that is without limit. The ego is an attempt to deny reality and by believing in the ego reality is obscured, and reality can not be partially appreciated. To deny any part of it means, we loose the awareness of all of it.
So we call upon the Holy Spirit to appreciate the wholeness of reality – to accept that the mind is too powerful to be subject to exclusion – to admit that we will never be able to exclude ourselves from our thoughts.
Every encounter with a brother even in thought or seemingly in form is an opportunity to bless. Every misperception is a very dep call to see the Christ – to give the Christ – to extend love without exception – to have every spot of doubt or error cleared away from the mind that believes in them. This mind can not be true, it can not be who I am. Every response we make is determined – and what we want to be – is what we think we are. What we want to be then must determine every response that we make.
Let us experience the cohesiveness of every word that is coming to us from Jesus. Every lesson that Jesus has given us is woven perfectly together and designed for only one purpose, one reason: Complete freedom of mind – complete escape from linear time – complete escape from error of any kind.
We are opening up to the love and light that far transcend the perceptual world. Nothing is so blinding as perception of form. The perception of form means that understanding has been obscured. These early lessons clear a debris in the mind, that made perception. These lessons together begin clearing away the thoughts of the ego – so that our real thoughts, thoughts that we think with God, can come fully into awareness. They begin the clearing of a glorious pathway in the mind to the Kingdom of Heaven within.
“Nothing I see means anything.” We see nothing, and nothing has no meaning. It is necessary that we recognize this, that we may learn to see. What we think we see now is taking the place of vision.
“I have given what I see all the meaning it has for me”. We have judged everything we look upon, and it is this and only this we see. This is not vision.
“I do not understand anything I see”. There is no sense in trying to understand it. But there is every reason to let it go, and make room for what can be seen and understood and loved. We can exchange what we see now for this merely by being willing to do so.
“These thoughts do not mean anything.” We am trying to think without God. What we call “our” thoughts are not our real thoughts. Our real thoughts are the thoughts we think with God.
“I am never upset for the reason I think.” We are never upset for the reason we think because we are constantly trying to justify our thoughts. We are constantly trying to make them true.