A Course In Oneness Blog

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Intro to Part I


Oneness Commentary:


God is the strength in which I trust.


Separation means that you are on your own. Separation means that there are other parts, as you are a part. These other parts must be different if separation is true. One of these other different parts may be bigger or stronger, therefore threat seems possible.

By definition, the “parts” must be unknown to each other else separation must be denied. You feel vulnerable to the unknown part that is potentially bigger or stronger than the part you identify as “you”.

As “you” identify with a part or a piece, the strength that you identify with is the strength of a part or a piece. How can this strength be trusted compared to the strength of the whole?

Strength has no meaning in Oneness. Power is not necessary. There is no such thing as effort. This, however, is not your experience because you do not completely accept or identify with Oneness.

“You” believe the impossible. “You” believe you are a part of the indivisible.

Fortunately, Oneness remains true if you believe it or not. It is the strength of Oneness that we connect with and rely on in today’s practice.



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

  1. Read the workbook lesson

(Click the “LESSON” or “Intro” title link).

  1. Browse back, to read the commentary on the lesson (in italics above)
  2. Follow the instructions in the workbook lesson

Comments are welcomed and appreciated!

To browse to a different LESSON, use the search area above (the magnifying glass). Enter the number of the lesson (also try using Coarse notation). Examples: LESSON 467, would be “467” (or W-pii.467). When the desired commentary is found, just click it.


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