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from the Workbook of A Course In Miracles

LESSON 140

Only Salvation Can Be Said To Cure.

“Cure” is a word that cannot be applied to any remedy the world accepts as beneficial. What the world perceives as therapeutic is but what will make the body “better.” When it tries to heal the mind, it sees no separation from the body, where it thinks the mind exists. Its forms of healing thus must substitute illusion for illusion. One belief in sickness takes another form, and so the patient now perceives himself as well.

He is not healed. He merely had a dream that he was sick, and in the dream he found a magic formula to make him well. Yet he has not awakened from the dream, and so his mind remains exactly as it was before. He has not seen the light that would awaken him and end the dream. What difference does the content of a dream make in reality? One either sleeps or wakens. There is nothing in between.

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From A Spiritual Teacher’s Notebook

A spiritually maturing consciousness will inevitably have a strong necessity to establish and often proclaim its antecedents. The whole idea of a spiritual path is in reality nothing more than an attempt to identify and validate self-consciousness. Is there anyone in the world with the discernment to see that the admonition: “Know Yourself” or “To thine own self be true” is paradoxical?

Knowledge cannot be gained by your perceptions and is most certainly not conceptional. That’s the whole dilemma. You actually believe you can have a conception of yourself, or selfness.

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