My holiness cannot be separated from my Self

Day fifty eight is a review day about my holiness – now what is “my” holiness? Is it like my hands or my apparent mind (the ego – someone once said this EGO stands for edging God out) or is it like my real mind? There’s a Buddhist meditation which starts with: I have a […]

My holiness is my salvation

The ACIM workbook asks in the exercise for today: If guilt is hell, what is its opposite? And gives the following answer: We have already said that your holiness is the salvation of the world. What about your own salvation? You cannot give what you do not have. A savior must be saved. How else […]

There is nothing my holiness cannot do

I’m about to do the first five minute exercise: I closed my eyes as suggested by the workbook and started with negative things I said things like: in the situation involving my financial problems in which I see myself, there is nothing that my holiness cannot do. in the situation involving XXXX’s financial problems in […]

My holiness blesses the world

Day thirty seven and all is well. Yesterday I did have a tiny melt down but it was much smaller with ACIM than without. For today’s exercise: Today’s four longer exercise periods, each to involve three to five minutes of practice, begin with the repetition of the idea for today, followed by a minute or […]

My holiness envelops everything I see

The workbook of ACIM (A Course in Miracles) continues that today’s lesson is a continuation of yesterday’s: “Sinless” means without sin. You cannot be without sin a little. You are sinless or not. If your mind is part of God’s you must be sinless, or a part of His Mind would be sinful. I’m still […]