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Lifted up and carried ahead

Miracle Principles

A miracle is a beginning and an end(ing). It thus abolishes time. It is always an affirmation of re‐birth, which seems to go back, but really goes forward. It undoes the past in the present, and thus releases the future.

Miracles are teaching devices for demonstrating that it is more blessed to give than to receive. They simultaneously increase the reserve strength of the giver, and supply the lack of strength in the receiver. BE VERY CAREFUL in interpreting this.

The fear of Life

What is NOT love IS murder. What is not loving MUST be an attack. EVERY illusion is an assault on truth. And every one does violence to the IDEA of love, because it SEEMS to be of equal truth. What can be EQUAL to the truth, yet different? Murder and love are incompatible…

…Each form of murder and attack that still attracts you, and that you do not recognize for what it is, limits the healing and the miracles you HAVE the power to extend to all…

Ch 23 E The fear of Life, excerpts

The video

On the 17th of March ’22 we had an online “Daily Miracle Lessons” meeting a video report is below. The excerpts above are also used in the class. All this is to help and not to attack yourself. We come together to meet in the place where we are lifted up and carried ahead. If you join the class you will discover that the part on video is the introduction to the next part of the class. The healing and Communication that suddenly is available is incredible. We continued the sharing , healing, joining for another hour after this.

46: God is the Love in which I forgive.

Lesson 46 “God is the Love in which I forgive.” 

God does not forgive because He has never condemned.  And there must be condemnation before forgiveness is necessary.  Forgiveness is the great need of this world, but that is because it is a world of illusions.  Those who forgive are thus releasing themselves from illusions, while those who withhold forgiveness are binding themselves to them.  As you condemn only yourself, so do you forgive only yourself.

Although God does not forgive, His Love is nevertheless the basis of forgiveness.  Fear condemns and love forgives.  Forgiveness thus undoes what fear has produced, returning the mind to the awareness of God.  For this reason, forgiveness can truly be called salvation.  It is the means by which illusions disappear. 

Todayʹs exercises require at least three full five‐minute practice periods, and as many shorter applications as possible.  Begin the practice periods by repeating todayʹs idea to yourself, as usual.  Close your eyes as you do so, and spend a minute or two in searching your mind for those whom you have not forgiven.  It does not matter “how much” you have not forgiven. You have forgiven them entirely or not at all. 

If you are doing the exercises well, you should have no difficulty in finding a number of people you have not forgiven.  It is a safe rule that anyone you do not like is a suitable subject.  Mention each one by name, and say: 
God is the Love in which I forgive you, (name)”

The purpose of the first phase of todayʹs practice is to put you in the best position to forgive yourself.  After you have applied the idea for today to all those who have come to mind, tell yourself: 
God is the Love in which I forgive myself.”  
Then devote the remainder of the practice period to offering related ideas such as: 
“God is the Love with which I love myself.” 
“God is the Love in which I am blessed.”

The form of the applications may vary considerably, but the central idea should not be lost sight of.  You might say, for example: 
I cannot be guilty because I am a Son of God.” 
“I have already been forgiven.” 
“No fear is possible in a mind beloved of God.” 
“There is no need to attack because love has forgiven me.” 

The practice period should end, however, with a repetition of todayʹs idea as originally stated.  The shorter applications may consist either of a repetition of the idea in the original or in a related form or in more specific applications if needed.  They will be needed at any time during the day when you become aware of any kind of negative reaction to anyone, present or not.  In this event, tell him silently: 
God is the Love in which I forgive you.” 

Listen to lesson 46
God is the Love in which I forgive