A Course In Oneness Blog

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Intro to Part I


 My thoughts do not mean anything.


Oneness Commentary:

What you now call thinking, occurs as a voice in your head. This is a process that makes you the audience. You have identified with this “chatterer” and accept all its chatter as though it was you “thinking”. You, therefore, equate thinking with being the listener. This is Two-ness, not Oneness.

You are REALLY the space into which the speaker speaks.

You are upset but are not fully aware of your upset. It is like a constant, pain that you will not fully recognize until it is not there anymore. It is like the constant noise of nature that is noticed only by its absence before a big storm.

The voice chatters on about differences and distinction and why they are important. It chatters about the threat resulting from these differences and this is also upsetting. This upset and the seeming importance of these differences distracts you from questioning the lie of separation.

You are not alone in this experience.

In Oneness, actual thinking occurs outside of time and space. What “becomes known” through real thinking, is “the always known”. Even that which becomes known to you in time, seems to come to you, but when it is realized, is always and ever present. It feels as though it belongs to you or, in a sense, IS you eternally.

In Oneness, the known and the knower are no different.



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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