Daily Meditations for Practicing The Course by Karen Casey

By Karen Casey

Written by way of the writer of the loved best-seller, every day a brand new starting, this choice of meditations reinforces the major innovations from the e-book, A path in Miracles, the trendy religious vintage that has replaced the lives of hundreds of thousands.

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By Karen Casey

Written by way of the writer of the loved best-seller, every day a brand new starting, this choice of meditations reinforces the major innovations from the e-book, A path in Miracles, the trendy religious vintage that has replaced the lives of hundreds of thousands.

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We get evidence of this every time we compare our observations or opinions to those of other people. The obvious question is, if what any of us see is not the Real World, where is it? Because we are experiencing life in these bodies, with these companions, we may feel unwilling to accept that only our minds are real. We think we need to see and touch something concrete to accept it as real. Let's remember that what we see is what we need to see, for now, that is. We are students on a journey "home," where we'll no longer feel separate from God.

We wonder why they have been graced and not us. Our time has come, however. Each passage we read, each discussion we hear, each interpretation we seek enlightens us about the pathway to the realm of peacefulness. We, too, can know only peace. Are we ready? <><><><><><><><><><><><> I may be enticed by the ego today. Will I choose peace instead? February 7 Love What is not love is always fear. We don't always interpret fear quickly. That's because it wears many faces. Violent rage seldom looks like fear to us.

When we don't rely on it for our strength, we have none at all. This, too, is true. Which Truth will we be guided by? <><><><><><><><><><><><> I have the freedom to listen to any voice I prefer today. How each hour develops will reflect the voice I choose to hear. February 19 Call for Healing Our opportunities to forgive are everywhere. If we are relying on the ego to interpret the situations that involve us, we'll be consistently misguided into believing we have been attacked. That's the ego's hope, at least, because then we'll be willing to let it determine our response.

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