Ask: Can you clarify "God created Love"?

“… I don't recall precisely where in ACIM, but I remember reading the sentence "God Created Love." This sentence struck me as, in my thought process, it implied at one point Love did not exist in God's Awareness or at least was not as Complete in His Awareeness as it is now. (Trying not to include "time" in this concept.) I also believe the statement was made "God IS Love" (emphasis I believe is mine).
After some attention on this (and I realize the disadvantage of trying to understand God from my particular viewpoint), I came to the conclusion that Awareness by Nature is expansive and seeks to increase. As such, it would explain a God that increases in Awareness - that is "Expansive" in Nature.
If this is True, it is logical to consider that God started at a point of Awareness and increased His Awareness from that point. It is also logical to conclude that any sane and logical expansion of Awareness would ultimately reach the Awareness of the concept of Love and would realize that Love is the Ideal Scene i.e., any solution or thought or action etc. based in Perfect Love is invariably the optimum solution/action.
At that point of Awareness, the most optimum action would be to "become love." This "becomeing of Love" would also suggest certain logical subsequent (time again) action(s) such as sharing and the "Creation of a Son," because love desires or foments the desire to share of itself…Do you have any thoughts on this subject? Can you clarify?”
– MM

A Course in Miracles redefines many words in new ways so that, as you figure them out, you come to see how very different is your limited experience of a self from Truth (God). “Creation” is one word that it is vital as a student of ACIM that you understand is used in a new way:

“If creation is extension, the Creator must have extended Himself, and it is impossible that what is part of Him is totally unlike the rest.” (T-19.III.6)

In the world we use the word “creation” to mean “to bring something into being”. As you see in this quote in ACIM “Creation” is the extension of God’s Being. And God’s Being is one and the same throughout. Therefore, any part of God’s Extension is God and what is not like God cannot be of God. It is an illusion.

God is whole and complete so God has no need to bring something into being, to expand, or to become something. “Love” is another word in ACIM that is used differently. As people what we call “love” is attachment based on like, familiarity, family connection, etc. In ACIM, when Love refers to God, It means “wholeness”. The experience of God is True Love, or wholeness.

Those passages in ACIM about God increasing are from our point of view, not God’s. The idea of “extension” is also from our point of view, not from God’s. In God there is only God. There are no boundaries or limitations in God so God does not need to “increase” or “extend”. Into what would God do so? God? Then we are back to: In God there is only God. The idea of “extension” only arises because, from our point of view, God seems to be blocked. So ACIM uses the term “extension” to explain that God is still in your mind (“extends” into your mind) even when you are not aware of God. God seems to “increase” as more seemingly-separate minds experience God.

God is also beyond “awareness” (“perception” or “consciousness” in ACIM). God is Knowledge and what God knows is God. Again, in God there is only God. This is the meaning of “Oneness”.

So “God is Love” and “God ‘created’ Love” simply mean God is Whole and God’s Wholeness extends everywhere, always. God is All-that-is.


The experience of a self is always lack and limitation of some kind. You get fulfilled in one area temporarily and it only makes you aware of how you are not whole in another area. And then eventually you may find that are not fulfilled where you once were. You are always busy doing. From this perspective it is hard to understand pure Being (God), in Which you do not have to do anything to be whole. But that Wholeness is within you and it is to just this experience that ACIM leads you to open.

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Comments

will said…
Liz I still need help with this.
1 "What is not like God cannot be of God." It is an illusion.
2 We are an illusion and are not like God and are not of God.
3 "So ACIM uses the term "extension" to explain that God is still in your mind (extends into your mind) even when you are not aware of God.
4 So number three is not referring to Liz or Will. Liz and Will are not of God, they are the illusion in numbers 1 and 2.
5 "So "God is Love" and 'God created Love" simply mean God is Whole and God's Wholeness extends everywhere..."
6 But number 5 is not referring to Liz and Will. As the illusion we are not part of "everywhere."

So your explanation to MM's question is not about MM who we think of as a person.
ACIM Mentor said…
Yes, Will, if by "Liz" and "Will" you are referring to the body/personality (self).

Your mind is an extension of God's Mind. But the idea you have in your mind that you are a personality in a body (a self) is not of God. (This idea is represented by the personal thought system/ego). It is a false idea; an "illusion". Therefore, you need to open yourself to the Truth in your mind (Awareness of Truth/Holy Spirit), Which is still there even though you may not be aware of It. That's ACIM in a nutshell.
will said…
Once we have taken Will or Liz out of the equation, their body, brain, mind inside the brain, "Your Mind," "the idea you have in 'Your Mind' "Awareness of Truth which is still there" it becomes difficult to conceptualize the words 'your mind' that still seem to reference Liz and Will.
will said…
Will's mind needs "form" to function.
ACIM Mentor said…
Will, the mind is not inside the brain. The brain, along with the rest of the body, is a concept in the mind.

Mind is not something that can be conceptualized. It has no boundaries to conceptualize. But you experience it. I did not come to see myself as mind through a concept or by telling myself I am a mind. I attended to what was occurring in my mind and over time I saw how I made my "world" through my thoughts. That's when I understood I am mind.
will said…
Yes I know the brain etc is a concept. What I have been driving at for two weeks is 'your mind' and 'extention' for the student are two of the biggest blocks to understanding the course. I spent years a day at a time getting to the point of understanding what the course was saying only to run into you or your and saying who the hell is your! Looking for answers and getting the same answer about we are an illusion which is no answer at all. Do you see? You may have forgotten the struggle, the years of frustration over things like your or you but I sure haven't. And that is the point. We owe it to up and coming students to address this.
ACIM Mentor said…
It took me years to understand "extension", too, Will. It's the only thing I made notes about in my original book.

"You" are the mind split between Truth and illusion.

Anyway, these concepts are not important. What is important is the practice. The understanding comes from that. You have thoughts that cause you conflict. Look at those thoughts. Examine them; question them with the Other part of your mind (HS) by being open to It. Just always bring it back to your mind (and don't worry about what "your" means - you experience a mind, that's all that matters). Understanding will come from this practice.
will said…
Yes, thanks. Sometimes I remember that time of frustration that seemed to go on forever... If other people are running into it that's their journey. Anyway thank God for the blog.
will said…
Your and you are words of personal possession in a topic that is explaining there is no personal possession. Which gets you no closer to an answer than before. Learning at that stage was about as much fun as learning how to use a computer.
hannah said…
liz, what is the 'world' you mentioned in reply to will? do you mean your personal experience of life, whether you see christ or individuals with separate interests?

and when you say

"Just always bring it back to your mind (and don't worry about what "your" means - you experience a mind, that's all that matters). Understanding will come from this practice."

do you mean that by bringing attention to our thoughts and their effects to our individual mind, we will in time come to understand one Mind?
ACIM Mentor said…
Hannah, What I meant by "world" was that I saw that my "world" is made up of my own thoughts. My "world" is really my own internal experience, not something outside of me. This includes my personal thoughts as well as my awareness of Truth.

By paying attention to your own thoughts you will come to understand that you are a mind and that that is all you are aware of. I don't know if this is what you mean by "one Mind".
will said…
Hannah, What Liz is saying is exactly right. The things I was raving on about I'm not sure the personal mind (ego) can conceptualize. It's one of those things that the harder you try the worse it gets. The other side of that is everyone, in one way or another,is going to run up against it. My point was to inform people, if there are any, that they are not alone, that it is a challenge...and to rave on:)
will said…
And Hannah I can't believe that's you in your picture. A changeling! You look great.
Will, perhaps it's time to look at "A Course of Love."
hannah said…
liz, ok, i think i got you. could you say that like this.. your thoughts make your world regardless of 'where your identity is' at in any moment.. so, hang on.. is that the same as saying that the law of mind always works, be it in extension of truth or projection of not truth?

which is probably relating to wills comments about 'who' is experiencing extension? (ken wapnick says it is usually a shock to realise that acim is not (at all? usually?) speaking to you as the person you think you are, but to 'you' as the One mind dreaming the whole story, all the seemingly individual stories.. assuming i understood him, laugh!)

oh hang on! acim says one identity cannot know the other identity, right? ego cant understand or experience holy spirit? and holy spirit cant experience ego as real, though it can understand it??

so, liz, that comment re ken wapnicks explanation probably explains clearer what i meant by one mind. i dont think i actually get what you are talking about at all yet!

"By paying attention to your own thoughts you will come to understand that you are a mind and that that is all you are aware of." mind is all that i am aware of? oh, hang on again.. thats the same as saying my thoughts make my world, right!?
hannah said…

Will, im a bit embarrassed that i like changing my profile pic, like, basically, its unspiritual.. because i choose pics i like, that stroke my ego somewhat, for whatever reason, be it a pic i think is interesting, attractive, funny. and im ashamed of that! on facebook i post pics i like regardless of if i judge them to be 'nice' ones of me or not, cos id rather not qive it (appearance) a second thought, though i obviously do, drat it ;) as a child my school friends told me i was the ugly one but very nice, so maybe ive just got some forgiving to do.. well, that was hard to write! i DO have a rubber face, laugh! im cringing at this.. so im not deleting it. maybe that just being unkind to myself? but i find so far that when i do that, (post things here that expose parts of my self that i judge against) that usually something starts to loosen.
hannah said…
it just popped into my head that my last comment might sound like a judgement against you deleting comments will. i got over thinking you should leave them months ago, i recognised i was projecting and started a bit less editing of my own comments (it used to take me ages to write comments trying to 'get it right') xx lol.. back to my reading now!
Anonymous said…
Hannah,
At times like these - feeling ashamed, shoulda, coulda, woulda, moments - that we may ask ourselves: "Who is after me?"
hannah said…
strangely enough, that hasnt yet stopped increasing my fear! (i mean that i do ask myself this, and my fear of myself and the guilt just increases) liz has reminded me more than once that it is impossible to be a perfect person.. it came up at the end of a talk of kens today as well, and i get why it is impossible, and why the ego strives for it. this quote just sprang to mind, its one i turn to often which often helps me relax to one degree or another, whether i am (specifically in the moment) projecting outward or inward

'dream of your brothers kindnesses instead of dwelling in your dreams on his mistakes. select his thoughtfulness to dream about instead of counting up the hurts he gave. forgive him his illusions, and give thanks to him for all the helpfulness he gave. and do not brush aside his many gifts because he is not perfect in your dreams, he represents his father, whom you see as offering both life and death to you.'

but there are still so many times when i am not feeling forgiving, where i do let 'pain disturb my dream of deep appreciation of loves gifts'. for example.. when i feel self pity, laugh!! and when what i think i know stops me from listening ;)

having written that out, i can see that acceptance of the ego (or.. looking on the ego with kindness) is something im still only just really looking at at all. i dont know where the line between letting myself be and putting up with unnecessary bs is! i feel like im playing a game of constant ping pong with myself.
hannah said…
so i guess.. part of me must be holding both bats.. ok. well.. that helps.. thanks anonymous!
Anonymous said…
Hannah,
My pleasure. ("...holding both bats.." great image). And all your pictures are nice.
ACIM Mentor said…
Hannah, about the first one about thoughts making up your world: Notice I said I paid attention to my thoughts and discovered they made my world. Understanding followed practice. You are over-thinking. Just put it into practice and understanding will come.
hannah said…
liz, it kinda feels like these over thinking thoughts are what im paying attention to? so what do i do then? i mean.. pay attention then drop it? i may be mistaken, but i feel ive been paying attention to my thoughts ever more openly and honestly, am i missing a step or simply being impatient? not over thinking sounds truly delightful, i can see what i do to my peace of mind by it, and how i strengthen my identity with a conflicted self.
hannah said…
would 'dropping it' be ceasing to pay attention? this is what i attempt in meditation, and meditation has been getting harder, ive been getting angrier by the end of it!
will said…
Caim, I had to laugh. Liz talked about knowing the course/spiritual program is working by looking at the changes in yourself. I'm having a lot of changes in that respect, but I'm like a teen who physically grew too fast and hasn't quite got their balance yet.
hannah said…
ok, i think im getting this now.. mind only knows itself x i get angry when im still trying to perfect this self. in meditation i think im trying to bring light to the darkness, rather than darkness to the light.
will said…
All my life the voice in my head has been incredibly vicious. Mistakes, errors, always led to attack. My mind would have killed me if it could. Perfectionism was the unattainable goal. A perfect plan for the ego. I really needed what the Course said about guilt. But over time, and a lot more guilt, it was clear this voice could care less what the Course said. It had no intention of playing nice. I'm making progress, but at times the voice is too loud, too persistent, too convincing and I start hitting the delete button.
will said…
For me this is part of what progress means. I know the voice isn't me. I clearly see this duality in my head. Me and the voice. The voice is like a loudspeaker. It is no more 'me' than the stereo speakers in my house. If I turn and look at it I always see it as a loudspeaker. That's tremendous progress. The other side of it is the voice goes on continuously. As soon as you turn away from it, it becomes Will. Me. Seeing it for what it is requires my focus which gets lost in this day to day life. While I am the ego I do things that I regret and pay the price with guilt. Looking at it is always just an instant away but if I don't pay attention to my spiritual life it always wins, it regains control.
hannah said…
will, me too. viciousness, suicidality, self harm, addiction. fear, attack, shame! so very guarded, oh the dangling carrot of perfecting my self!!

the things i had studied before ACIM awakened me to the possibility that my childhood idea that inside of every single being was something truly astonishingly beautiful and exactly the same in all of us maybe wasnt so childish after all, but only ACIM really got to the heart of the whys of the insanity of it all, and had a mythology that didnt just make no sense, it began to paint a picture of a god, or a truth, that wasnt basically as insane as this world. it started to slooowly allow me to begin to sort out what is true from what is not true, to tentatively have the courage to let go of shame enough to be honest. to start to see what i was projecting and why. and gave me a nice gentle easing into being a tad more disciplined with my focus, laugh, a real feat for one so higgledy-piggledy in general! im going on a bit (surprising, hey ;) ) as i just made a deeper connection around dissociation and guilt and projection, and am feeling so damn grateful. to all of it, im so glad the insanity was sharp enough that it was check out or find another way of relating to myself! and im grateful to you will, for being a damn fine mirror, and a wonderful companion on this stage of learning to trust that only the truth is true. i cant exclude anyone from that, not at this moment, laugh ;) but there have been many times when reading your words in particualr, alongside liz, has just dissipated the feeling of loneliness ive felt. not entirely sure why, but there it is! many thanks xx
ACIM Mentor said…
Hannah, what I meant by you were overthinking was that you were overthinking the process and the outcome of the process. Don't worry about what you will come to see through the process of watching your mind (thoughts). It's never how you expect it. Just do the practice and understanding will come.
Anonymous said…
ON THE LIGHTER SIDE

Recently I had a conversation with someone about spiritual paths. I mentioned that I was studying A Course in Miracles. "Gee", said the other person, "I never heard of that. How
long does it take?"
ACIM Mentor said…
Ha, ha!

Gosh, how does "a lifetime" sound? Yeah, that "course" word can be a bit deceiving...
will said…
Yes, the content, the meaning, the value of the voice with it's abuse is zero. It is noise, 'fake news.' It is lies and deception. Once that fact becomes real through the Holy Spirit looking at the voice and seeing it for what it is, becomes automatic. As long as you are focused when you look you wonder why you ever listen.
hannah said…
liz, gotchya, relaxed! i just read your blog quieting your mind, and it clicked that half the time im already doing that, and when im not and and am trying to achieve total quiet right now, thats when i get angry!

'It seems to take many, many, many years to get to a quiet mind meditating. But is the goal to have a quiet mind or to connect with God? You can connect with God even with a noisy mind. You simply need to find the quiet among all the noise and rest there as all the commotion goes past. Your mind does not have to be absolutely quiet to connect with God.'

anonymous and will.. thanks again, laughing!
will said…
More on Progress:

Around 2006 I was a year or so into doing the Course. I was taking care of my parents back in NJ. I was under their house, in the crawl hole, fixing some plumbing. I can do a lot of stuff but I hate plumbing. It wasn't going well. I was lying in the dirt, there were spiders and other assorted creatures climbing on me which I don't like but can tolerate having done this kind of work for a living. It was the freeking pipes that were fighting me. I could feel it welling up inside me, this rage, and I crawled out from under the house and just started cursing and yelling as loud as I could. I'm sure the whole neighborhood was on lockdown. If there were schools nearby they would be locking them down too. Loud. I called Liz. I was sweating, dirty and just at the end of my rope. I don't remember Liz saying much and after awhile I went back under the house. Now tonight, my bedside table came in the mail. It's like one of those hospital tables that have wheels people in bed eat off of. It's made of walnut and is a pretty nice little table. It has a tilt top and you can raise and lower it. I bought it because I have some really big heavy art books that I want to look at before bed. I even bought an adjustable book holder to do with it. It came in pieces, with multiple screws, bolts and other pieces to put it together. And the instructions. It's either Japanese or from China, I haven't looked at the writing on the box very close. I've done a ton of these things and I'm not intimidated any more. So I sitting there and I put the hinges on backward and I start laughing. A two year old would have stopped me from doing it. I just kept laughing at myself, the mistake, the person sitting on the floor putting this thing together. And that's the way it is almost all the time. I'm laughing at Will, who he is, rather than the other.
will said…
More on Progress:

After the last post I sat back down on the floor and began putting the table together again. The wood is pretty hard and the screws are pretty cheap and I'm having a hard time getting them in. I know it's only a matter of time and I'm going to twist the head off one of them leaving the screw body in the wood without a head. Not good. So I get out my drill and start drilling holes to enlarge them. Then POW!! You guys probably have a sense what happened. The insulation around the power cord right at the entrance to the drill had worn out long ago so I rewrapped it with electrical tape. I guess the old tape wore out because with a FLASH the wires touched and it blew the cord right out of the drill. Burned the cord right in half. So my reaction to all this? I was getting tired and it was time to quit anyway. If it wasn't this something else would have happened. AND I get a new power drill!! There was a time when the sliding glass doors would have been in danger over this incident:)
Brenda said…
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Christine said…
Great, Will!
hannah said…
thats awesome will! doesnt it feel SO good when you get through the heart pounding grinding push to act, and ride out the urge to violence!? i slipped back into ye olde ways a couple of weeks back and bashed my phone repeatedly into the steering wheel (i wasnt driving at the time, laugh!) but it took me maybe five minutes to calm down, and i was able to step back and not beat myself up for losing my shit, (yayness number one) and to remind myself that id been handling an incredibly stressful time (my sister and nephew and niece had been staying with me while she waited for biopsy results, and i had only just started to practise letting go of my fantasy/idol held since childhood of trying to fix the difficult family relationships, and just let them be, i was surprised how much i grieved letting go of the idea that maybe i could change all that and create s 'happy families' scenario) really well, and all things considered the outburst was a bit expected and minimal. and (yayness number two) i also dropped the feeling that i wasnt a victim, i remembered liz' recent blog about it, and recognised i choose to keep the phone even though i know it plays up sometimes, and dropping that victimhood feeling plus the failure feeling was just magic. and maybe next time ill stop before i bash the phone.. maybe not.. but i know i CAN drop the poor me feelings, and that is like a breath of fresh air!
will said…
Hannah, I think we are talking about two different things. The "Progress" is not in controlling myself but that the Holy Spirit is draining what Tolle calls the pain body and I just call it the cesspool of stored emotions. This painbody is stored up from childhood on and is the driving energy for so much of the self inflicted pain we experience. Think road rage, that kind of thing. Arguments, violence, fear...
will said…
What I believe is going on with ACIM when we don't feel like we are making progress is that the Holy Spirit is clearing out all this stored up dream stuff. This vast store house of unconscious crap we have and are completely unaware of.
hannah said…
im not sure will.. maybe we are talking of different things, because there was certainly the element of control at the beginning of the experiencing i spoke of, as in choosing that i wanted this experience to have a different ending than i was originally choosing, but the really yay part was shifting it into an experience of dropping the whip of 'ive done bad' and dropping the feeling of victim hood.
will said…
Hannah, I think I understand what you're saying. It makes sense. I may be wrong but the way I have come to visualize the workings of the Holy Spirit in relation to the Course is a removal of things blocking our connection to God. Primary in this is the influence of the subconscious, a huge store house of ego. That's kind of simplistic I guess but the point is as these blocks are removed we become a different person. The reactions I spoke of working on the table is a reflection of the Holy Spirit. It's something that happens to all of us.
hannah said…
yeah, blockage removal, what a trip! as in.. what i think that means keeps changing. i had one of the cool dream experiences around that. without going into detail, basically i approached these huge concrete blocks, that seemed to be stopping progress and blocking the way forward, and they turned out to be water fountains at which i quenched my thirst. it was one of those dreams that you can feel as though you were awake. another part of it showed me that treating others blockages as problems was a mirror, and a way of reinforcing pain as real, and that if i wanted to help them, rather than trying to fix something, which reinforce the idea of a problem, id be better off starting to see them differently myself. its been tricky trying to make the shift, such a change in the idea of what is helpful.
ES said…
DREAMS, BLOCKS AND OTHER MATTERS

I recently had an email Q&A with Liz where I proposed a mentoring session in which we would "hunt for my obstacles to willingness" and uncover them so I could undo them once and for all."That's not the way it works" said Liz. Just deal with them as they show up throughout the day. At the time my issue was why I could not turn away from the news and turn to Truth instead. A meditation revealed that I felt if I were not personally vigilant 24/7 in the face of what I saw as an assault on democracy, I would be overrun and obliterated. Not so, said the facts so I took a break from the news and felt much better for it. In the wake of N mounting new evidence of Trump's traitorous behavior in colluding with the Russians however, I'm back almost where I started but with a healthier attitude. So now I go back and forth - a little Trump, a little Truth.

Liz would say that my emotional charge (anger/fear) regarding the Trump situation reveals that my belief in guilt is real and that I am projecting my guilt onto Trump and his supporters. I have no reason to doubt that but also no reason to believe it either ie. no direct experience of these concepts - they are just words to me at this time. So I just keep going. I do feel it's important to be vigilant in the face of what is going on but with a flatter affect - if and when I can manage it.

Some people in this current blog seemed to be struggling with some painful issues of ego attacks on the self. I have tons of experience with this but am happy to say that after studying for 4 years with Liz and of course on my own, these self-attacks are few and far between, certainly feel much less intense. The bulk of my guilt is projected outward toward perceived threats. The Course would say that it's all the same thing but I like this version better while realizing there is still no real peace in it.

Regarding dreams. I know its hard not to place importance in them considering our fascination with Freud and others, but at this point I see them as nothing more then surreal
dramatizations of ego nonsense. More of the same in cryptic form.

And now, back to Trump. What a life.




will said…
ES Just for a clarification, when I mentioned "dream stuff" I was referring to the illusion of being here not sleep dreams.
will said…
ES, I went the past three or four years not watching cable news or much of cable. I got sucked back during the election. You said your ego attacks are few and far between. The ego will be very supportive of this and encourage you to continue your progress on your current path. Meanwhile the ego came in the back door and increased its personal attacks via the news. What you are experiencing with the news is the very same thing others are experiencing. There is no escape. By going cold turkey you initially face issues you were not aware of and later begin to lay a solid foundation to build on.
hannah said…
hi ES :) im laughing, cos you know what.. unlike almost everyone i know (i know one avid trump supporter here in Australia) is feeling terrified of and angered by trumps presidency. but im not, and its because of what i learned about myself via a dream, lol!

i have never been much focused on politics, but during the term of our last prime minister tony abbot, i started having intense fear reactions due mainly to environmental choices that government were making (mainly dredging near the great barrier reef to make more efficient shipping routes) and changes to the education and health systems, for example going to tafe (technical and further education) used to be easily accessible to people in all income brackets, even if they couldnt afford university, due to government subsiding, and it is now no longer so. it all seemed so insane. then i started having dreams about tony abbot, where i saw his fear and my attack on him. i saw his fear mirroring my own.. so we are afraid (on the worldly level) of different things.. and in his defense against what he perceives as attack on what he sees as valuable, and what keeps people 'safe', he was seeming to attack what i felt was valuable, and what keeps people safe. the end of one dream in which tony abbots ear was almost ripped off, i was sitting in a room with tony abbots wife, she was asking me to help him, and from the balcony i could see a whole heap of dogs attacking a friend of mine. that day i was listening to a talk by ken wapnick in which he spoke of the way we actively choose to send out 'hungry dogs of fear' to find victims of our fear guilt anger etc. i couldnt see him as fundamentally different from me after that.

so i guess you could accurately say that the dream WAS a surreal dramatizations of ego nonsense.. it was about perception, it was about egos, and it was a learning within the ego system, as all learning here is. but it was leading me away from attack, to a way of seeing that held more love in it, so it had personal value, i was hearing the holy spirit through the nonsense, lol! i finally understand what liz was saying about the dreams and the synchronicities in my life/mind not having meaning.. only the truth has actual meaning.. but the temporary meaning they have for me as a way of shifting into more loving perceptions, is so helpful. but they will fall away in time im sure of it.

a course ism just popped into my head.. it tells us that all thing, circumstances and events are helpful, once we choose that that be so.. if ive got that right, laugh ;)
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