‘My mind holds only what I think with God.’
(127) There is no love but God’s.
(128) The world I see holds nothing that I want
I found little space to be still today for any length of time other than first thing in the morning. The rest of the day was taken up with seeing clients, dealing with tenant issues, seeing friends and finally going to the support group for ACIM. I fell into bed exhausted from physical and mental fatigue.
It was only in the support group that I realised that I was supposed to be reflecting on the lessons every hour during this review period, as well as focusing five minutes either ends of the day. Although I’ve not done that consciously, I’ve been reminding myself constantly that I am as God created me, whole and perfect. I think that’s close enough.
We discussed the need to be open channels through which God creates miracles, rather than focusing on what miracles we are going to create. When we begin to think about what needs a miracle we’re already seeing ourselves as special, when in truth no one is more special than the other, and there are no degrees of miracles, or any hierarchy of miracles. Often, what we would consider a big miracle could not have been possible without several seemingly smaller ones. Several times I had to remind myself that I was there go give as well as to receive.