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Series 2 - Lesson 4 - Annotation 15

Series 2 - Lesson 4 - Annotation 15

Why should we hold ourself and others, in the one all-knowing Mind?

15. It is vital that we hold ourself and others as being in the one all-knowing Mind, for that is our true place as sons of God, and the only way in which we are able to claim our inheritance of good. "In him we live and move and have our being" (Acts 17:28).

"Hold" as used here means to judge or consider ourself and others as being expressions of the one creative Mind which is the source and cause of all that appears in the manifest sphere of action. There is no other source that can inspire and guide each individuated unit except Spirit or Divine Mind. Through "that I AM" each human being is identified with the one creative Mind. A conscious recognition of this enables us to unite ourself in consciousness with all other human beings and know that each one is a focal point expressing God Mind to the extent of his present ability to interpret life.

When we know that we are projections of Divine Mind, we are allowing this one creative Mind to express itself through creation according to its perfect plan.

Preceding Entry: What line of thinking will overcome the belief in materiality?
Following Entry: How may all thought be brought into harmony with divine law?