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  • Part III of Intro, and lesson 201
    • rell
      Posted Jan 30, 2008 11:59 AM



      This is our 5th review. We take but one idea each day, and practice it as often as is possible. Besides the time you give morning and evening, which should not be less than fifteen minutes, and the hourly remembrances you make throughout the day, use the idea as often as you can between them. Each of these ideas alone would be sufficient for salvation, if it were learned truly. Each would be enough to give release to you and to the world from every form of bondage, and invite the memory of God to come again.

      With this in mind we start our practicing, in which we carefully review the thoughts the Holy Spirit has bestowed on us in our last twenty lessons. Each contains the whole curriculum if understood, practiced, accepted, and applied to all the seeming happenings throughout the day. One is enough. But from that one, there must be no exceptions made. And so we need to use them all and let them blend as one, as each contributes to the whole we learn.

      These practice sessions, like our last review, are centered round a central theme with which we start and end each lesson.

      …Lesson #201

      I am not a body. I am free. For I am still as God created me.

      (181) I trust my brothers, who are one with me.

      No one but is my brother. I am blessed with oneness with the universe and God, my Father, one Creator of the whole that is my Self, forever One with me.

      I am not a body. I am free. For I am still as God created me.

      *** love…rell

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