The Miracle And The Mind: Fragments

In this fourth article in the series on the “wonder” and the “mind,” we will examine how the unpleasantness of uniqueness is made an interpretation of by the self image into causing the Sonship to seem divided. While nothing is really divided or separate truly, the brain (since everything is in the psyche) resembles being divided on account of the projected structures which are just self image decisions of exceptionalness, uniqueness and distinction. These are utilized to make us stand apart as unique in a horde of equivalence and consequently they partition the Sonship. This addresses the very heart the one issue: The detachment. These decisions keep up with it. Nobody is unique. Everybody is the equivalent notwithstanding.

Just equivalents find a sense of contentment and to be equivalent we acim should look past the distinctions seen with the body’s eyes to this significant point in A Course in Miracles (ACIM): We all have a similar self image (a similar trepidation and culpability to us) and that joins us. We likewise all have a similar right brain and a similar capacity to pick between them. To say we are in a deep sense unique (exceptional) based on what is really a piece of us (the equivalent) is saying we like to keep the distance from God and that is the very thing we will truly learn and educate.

The capability of the marvel isn’t to have us quit picking our self images. It is to have us know that we are picking the self image. Once more, I must underline this as much as possible. This gets practically all Course in Miracles understudies way misguided (Rules for Decision, Kenneth Wapnick, underline mine).

Pieces are only the dualistic manner by which we see contrasts where there are none. See this statement from Kenneth Wapnick: