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LESSON 16

Course In Oneness Blog

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Intro to Part I

LESSON 16

 I have no neutral thoughts.

W-pi.16

Oneness Commentary:

In separation, the nature of your thinking is expressed within the illusion, as process; time seems true.

As the nature of your thinking is the cause of what you perceive, the illusory world you know is an effect. Do not disregard this illusion because it is illusion or because you do not like what you encounter.

The nature of your thinking remains beyond direct awareness but can be known via your perceptions. The nature of your thoughts either reflect the “truth” of multiplicity or the Truth of simplicity (Oneness). For this reason, your life experience can be the curriculum for separation or for Oneness.

In separation, the nature of your thinking is expressed within the illusion, as process; time seems true.

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In Oneness, thoughts have no “where” to “go”. There can be no separation between thought and expression. The idea and the expression of the idea is One.

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INSTRUCTIONS:

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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  2. Browse back to read the commentary in italics above
  3. Follow the instructions in the workbook lesson

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