Oct 9 2014
Do Not Project the Error to Time, David Hoffmeister, A Course in Miracles
“Do not project this fear to time, for time is not the enemy that you perceive.” (T-26.VIII.3.6) This quote from A Course in Miracles is profound, reminding us that the ego does not exist within the dream of time, nor within any of the dream characters. When we perceive ego beliefs within other people, it is merely an attempt to project the problem to where it is not. The ego exists solely within our own imagination, and can be corrected only there. Acceptance of this truth allows for the miracle to dawn in perception, showing the mind that what it thought was true was not. Only Love is real.
February 13, 2017 @ 10:29 am
I have been struggling with this very issue. I can feel the swirl of rage and confusion in the mind as the images continually seem to shift and change with no control. Ironically, I had a series of ‘unfortunate’ events occur right after watching a movie called ‘Split.’ This ‘unrest’ is still swirling in the mind. I can feel it as a disturbance or eddies of belief dancing about wanting to be acknowledged as ‘real’ and furiously frustrated that this is actually an impossible situation or dream. The surrender occurs when everything dissolves into gratitude for what IS.
February 13, 2017 @ 11:32 am
Hi Jessica, thanks for sharing! Another great video comes to mind on the topic of rage. It goes into detail about the anger towards God that inevitably arises on the spiritual journey. It even uses the term “the beast,” a term which played a key/symbolic “role” in the movie Split!