Course In Oneness Blog
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W-pI.54.1. (16) I have no neutral thoughts.
Oneness accepts no judgments. There is no up or down, right or wrong, good or bad. There is only, what is true or not true.
Oneness is true. “Something else” is not true.
W-pI.54.2. (17) I see no neutral things.
Neutrality and Oneness have the same meaning. Perception and separation have the same meaning. Your perceptual experience of a separated world occurs because you have a separated mind.
The world you see shines with increasing brilliance as your mind changes to accept Oneness, a miracle at a time.
W-pI.54.3. (18) I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing.
Close to Oneness is the One-Mind-That-Thinks-It-Is-Many (the Sonship). From the point of view of separation, all minds are “connected” in this One mind. “Your” mind is the One mind, although this is not your reality.
The source of the world you see is the state of “your” mind.
As you change “your” mind about the world, “your” seeing is changed. Also changed, must be the One-Mind-That-Thinks-It-Is-Many.
W-pI.54.4. (19) I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts
Close to Oneness is the One-Mind-That-Thinks-It-Is-Many (the Sonship). From the point of view of separation, all minds are connected in this One Mind. “Your” mind is the One mind, although this is not your reality. Therefore, to change your mind is to change the One Mind.
W-pI.54.5. (20) I am determined to see.
The sight of Oneness, in a separated world, remains your choice. There is no compulsion.
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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