Manifesting the Undoing of Not-Truth
After it wrote last week’s article, “The Self-concept Fell Away” (http://acimmentor.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-self-concept-fell-away.html) this mind had the sense it wasn’t accurate to say that the self-concept falling away was only the beginning of self-identification falling away. What it saw was that indeed self-id had fallen away but it had not yet fully caught up to this fact.
This split awareness is not new to this mind. For many years now it has seen that life in the world is over for it. It knows this with certainty but then it is back in the story of an unfolding process of undoing. This is because it vacillates between the two diametrically opposed parts of it. In one part it is not so much that it is past the world as that it has never entered it. In the other it is in a process of leaving. It is this experience that led this mind to truly understand how the universe of form is the unfolding in time of an idea (not-Truth) that was over as soon as it was thought. This split-mind is the manifestation of this.
For one part of this mind there has never been a self. For another it is in a process of self-id falling away. This experience of diametrically opposed views of the same subject is beginning to extend into other experiences as well. One moment this mind is immersed in something in the world and the next it has a 180-degree change in view and sees that it is nothing. This, too, is not new to this mind. What is new is how often, how quickly, and how starkly the shift occurs and comes into focus. What was once theory and then rare and vague experience is becoming a more frequent, more immediate experience. And all this mind has to do is watch it unfold. That is all this mind has ever had to do, but it took a lot of learning to know this.
I share my experiences in my writing to reassure you that the process does get easier. You do not have to struggle through the hard parts alone. Use my experience to validate your experience and to get over your obstacles. Set up an appointment by contacting me at Liz@acimmentor.com.