Course In Oneness Blog

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Intro to Part I


My salvation comes from me.


This world is all about the “other”. What if Oneness means there is no such thing as the “other”? When you make others responsible for your salvation, you have declared that otherness is real and important

The ego is distressed with that which is neither good nor bad; in nor out; up nor down; right nor left. The ego is comfortable with differences and distinctions. The ego must paint the Oneness of Reality with the stripes of differences and distinction, else it (the ego) becomes distressed.

Differences, distinctions make partitions and barriers to separate this from that, “you” from the “other”. You hide behind these barriers for protection. You do not notice that the barriers alone are the justification for your fear, not the “other”.

You accept that you are alone and isolated by all these barriers. You have forgotten what you are. You have forgotten to laugh. You have forgotten Oneness.

Without barriers there is Oneness. If Oneness is true, there can be no “other” to fear. Fear has no place in Oneness.


LESSON 70-2019


The purpose of this blog is to assist you with deepening into A Course In Miracles by clarifying the Course concept of Oneness.

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