Learn about forgiving with the acim blog
Learn about forgiving from acim blog and courses. They are able to study and learn why you hurt yourself and others when you do not forgive. Often we hear someone say, “I can never forgive him/her for this.” Oh, but they must! The one who needs to forgive is affected. Just as much as the one who needs to be forgiven, if not more deeply! This will be the first of the miracles that is grant. It is obtain by the power of forgiveness learn from A Course In Miracles. Having been initiated into this community, I quickly started to think of it as a family that needed to practice.
The very Course it claimed to believe in god, Your Immortal Reality. To say this in another way, social media is part of the dream of devastation, a murderous thought against God. It is the seeking without (in forms) to avoid looking within which is the very heart of social media:
A loving reminder has absolutely nothing to do with forms as it is exemplary kindness of mind. This vision is of sameness and unity – One. If nothing is different, there is nothing to attack. For One is at home with God while in this world and sees only Christ in brothers. One would demonstrate something quite unique.(2:1) To them [those who are sick] God’s teachers come, to represent another choice which they had forgotten. (2:2-3) The simple presence of a teacher of God is a reminder. The patient – really all of us – has accepted the ego’s thought system as true. Love’s presence which is outside the ego’s thought system is what teaches, not by your words. But by the teacher you have chosen in your mind, the presence within you. You could be teaching ACIM and get every theological point correct.
Learn about forgiveness:
A teacher of God is anyone who has accepted his or her function. It is to teach and learn forgiveness. We teach what we are learning and, as we teach it, we learn it. God’s peace is recognize at first by just one thing: In every way it is totally unlike all previous experiences. It calls to mind nothing that went before. It brings with it no past associations and it is a new thing entirely. The ego commands action (like posting comments, quotes and using language “at” others). The Holy Spirit does not command. It merely reminds. Remember, it’s one or the other, i.e., an unloving or loving reminder.
Do Not Harm:
It is a short essay on implementing Hippocratic oath into practice of ACIM, i.e., a simple reminder for all students. He explores how we must undertake a close and honest examination of how we having been using others in our lives. It is to fulfill our desires and needs. A “eureka” moment occurs – I finally realize I have used the written word for attack. Harm is the outcome of judgment. It is end of peace and denial of learning. Thus, Jesus is explaining to us how our judgments of others are preceded by our judgment of ourselves. If we are not being kind we cannot learn kind principles of Course because we are not putting them practice. We’re just sitting around talking online with ego via unloving reminders as attacks. These are all forms of same murderous thought because we refuse to look within and actually do forgiveness work.