Lesson 221
Thorns and Lilies
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7 Each gift is an evaluation of the receiver and the giver. No one but sees in his chosen home an altar to himself. No one but seeks to draw to it the worshipers of what he placed upon it, making it worthy of their devotion. And each has set a light upon his altar, that they may see what he has placed upon it and take it for their own. Here is the value that you lay upon your brother and on yourself. Here is your gift to both; your judgment on the Son of God for what he is. Forget not that it is your savior to whom the gift is offered. Offer him thorns and you are crucified. Offer him lilies and it is yourself you free.  


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   Words will mean little now. We use them but
   as guides on which we do not now depend,
   for now we seek direct experience
   of truth alone. The lessons which remain
   are merely introductions to your times
   in which you leave the world of pain and go,
   and enter into peace. Now we begin
   to reach the goal this course has set, and find
   the end towards which our practicing was geared.
   Now we attempt to let the exercise
   be merely a beginning. For we wait
   in quiet expectation for our God
   and Father. He has promised He will take
   the final step Himself. And we are sure
   His promises are kept. We have come far
   along the road. And now we wait for Him.
   We will continue spending time with Him
   each morning and at night, as long as makes
   us happy. We will not consider time
   a matter of duration now. We use
   as much as we will need for the result
   that we desire. Nor will we forget
   our hourly remembrance, in between
   calling to God when we have need of Him
   as we are tempted to forget our goal.
   We will continue with a central thought
   for all the days to come. And we will use
   that thought to introduce our times of rest,
   and calm our minds at need. Yet we will not
   content ourselves with simple practicing
   in the remaining holy instants which
   conclude the year that we have given God.
   We say some simple words of welcome, and
   expect our Father to reveal Himself
   as He has promised. We have called on Him,
   and He has promised that His Son will not
   remain unanswered when he calls on Him.
   Now do we come to Him with but His Word
   upon our minds and hearts. And wait for Him
   to take the step to us that He has told
   us, through His Voice, He would not fail to take
   when we invited Him. He has not left
   His Son in all his madness, nor betrayed
   His trust in him. Has not His faithfulness
   earned Him the invitation that He seeks
   to make you happy? We will offer it,
   and it will be accepted. So our times
   with Him will now be spent. We say the words
   of invitation that His Voice suggests,
   and then we wait for Him to come to us.
   Now is the time of prophesy fulfilled.
   Now are all ancient promises upheld
   and fully kept. No step remains for time
   to separate from its accomplishment.
   For now we cannot fail. Sit silently
   and wait upon your Father. He has willed
   to come to you when you had recognized
   it is your will He do so. And you could
   have never come this far unless you saw,
   however dimly, that it is your will.
   I am so close to you we cannot fail.
   Father, we give these holy times to You
   in gratitude to Him Who taught us how
   to leave the world of sorrow, in exchange
   for its replacement given us by You.
   We look not backward now. We look ahead,
   and fix our eyes upon the journey's end.
   Accept these little gifts of thanks from us,
   as through Christ's vision we behold a world
   beyond the world we made, and take that world
   to be the full replacement for our own.
   And now we wait in silence, unafraid,
   and certain of Your coming. We have sought
   to find our way by following the Guide
   You sent to us. We did not know the way,
   but You did not forget us. And we know
   that You will not forget us now. We ask
   but that Your ancient promises be kept
   which are Your Will to keep. We will with You
   in asking this. The Father and the Son,
   Whose holy Will created all that is,
   can fail in nothing. In this certainty,
   we undertake these last few steps to You,
   and rest in confidence upon Your Love,
   Which will not fail Your Son, who called to You.
   And so we start upon the final part
   of this one holy year, which we have spent
   together in the search for truth and God,
   Who is its its one Creator. We have found
   the way He chose for us, and made the choice
   to follow it as He would have us go.
   His hand has held us up. His Thoughts have lit
   the darkness of our minds. His Love has called
   to us unceasingly since time began.
   We had a wish that God would fail to have
   the Son whom He created in Himself.
   We wanted God to change Himself, and be
   what we would make of Him. And we believed
   that our insane desires were the truth.
   Now we are glad that this is all undone,
   and we no longer think illusions true.
   The memory of God is shimmering
   across the wide horizons of our minds.
   A moment more, and It will rise again.
   A moment more, and we who are God's Son
   are safely home, where He would have us be.
   Now is the need for practice almost done.
   For in this final section we will come
   to understand that we need only call
   to God, and all temptations disappear.
   Instead of words, we need but feel His Love.
   Instead of prayers, we need but call His Name.
   Instead of judging, we need but be still
   and let all things be healed. We will accept
   the way God's plan will end, as we received
   the way it started. Now is it complete.
   This year has brought us to eternity.
   One further use for words we still retain.
   From time to time, instructions on a theme
   of special relevance will intersperse
   our daily lessons and the periods
   of wordless, deep experience which should
   come afterwards. These special thoughts should be
   reviewed each day, each one of them to be
   continued till the next is given you.
   They should be slowly read and thought about
   a little while, preceding one of the
   holy and blessed instants in the day.
   We give the first of these instructions now.
      ~ Original Handscript of ACIM



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What is Forgiveness


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   Forgiveness recognizes what you thought
   your brother did to you has not occurred.
   It does not pardon sins, and make them real.
   It sees there was no sin. And in this view
   are all your sins forgiven. What is sin
   except a false idea of God's Son?
   Forgiveness merely sees its falsity,
   and therefore lets it go. What then is free
   to take its place is now the Will of God.
   An unforgiving thought is one which makes
   a judgment that it will not raise to doubt,
   although it is untrue. The mind is closed,
   and will not be released. The thought protects
   projection, tightening its chains, so that
   distortions are more veiled and more obscure;
   less easily accessible to doubt,
   and further kept from reason. What can come
   between a fixed projection and the aim
   that it has chosen as its needed goal?
   An unforgiving thought does many things.
   In frantic action it pursues its goal,
   twisting and overturning what it sees
   as interfering with its chosen path.
   Distortion is its purpose, and the means
   by which it would accomplish it as well.
   It sets about its furious attempts
   to smash reality without concern
   for anything that would appear to pose
   a contradiction to its point of view.
   Forgiveness, on the other hand, is still
   and quietly does nothing. It offends
   no aspect of reality, nor seeks
   to twist it to appearance that it likes.
   It merely looks and waits and judges not.
   He who would not forgive must judge, for he
   must justify his failure to forgive.
   But he who would forgive himself must learn
   to welcome truth exactly as it is.
   Do nothing, then, and let forgiveness show
   you what to do through Him Who is your Guide,
   your Saviour and Defender, strong in hope
   and certain of your ultimate success.
   He has forgiven you already, for
   such is His function, given Him by God.
   Now must you share His function, and forgive
   whom He has saved, whose sinlessness He sees,
   and whom He honors as the Son of God. "

      ~ Original Handscript of ACIM September 21, 1970

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SonShip Workbook
L e s s o n  221
Peace to my mind.
Let all my thoughts be still. 

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    Father, I come to You today to seek
    the peace that You alone can give. I come
    in silence. In the quiet of my heart,
    the deep recesses of my mind, I wait
    and listen for Your Voice. My Father, speak
    to me today. I come to hear Your Voice
    in silence and in certainty and love,
    sure You will hear my call and answer me.

   Now do we wait in quiet. God is here
   because we wait together. I am sure
   that He will speak to you and you will hear.
   Accept my confidence, for it is yours.
   Our minds are joined. We wait with one intent;
   to hear our Father's answer to our call,
   to let our thoughts be still and find His peace,
   to hear Him speak to us of what we are,
   and to reveal Himself unto His Son.    
~ Original Handscript of ACIM

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Peace to my mind. Let all my thoughts be still.

Sarah's Commentary:
Our Father comes to us in the stillness of our minds. In this stillness, we meet Him. It is our invitation to Him, and through our trust and faith, He is always there, as close as our breath. Left to itself, the mind continually ruminates on the past and focuses on the future. Thoughts go around and around in our minds until deep ruts develop in our thought processes, and we obsess about things that have happened in the past, or we fear what might happen. This keeps us from the truth of what we are and keeps us from the peace that is ever-present but blocked by our thoughts.
"There is no peace except the peace of God." (W.200) Today, we seek this peace that He alone can give. (W.221.1.1) For us to enter this place of silence and stillness takes a lot of mind training. When we started the Course, most of us were totally unaware that there is a part of the mind outside of the ego thought system. Another way to look at this is to see that our egoic thoughts are like a software program, somehow inserted into our hard drive. Thus, it elicits all kinds of feelings and reactions that seemed "natural." This is the nature of the conditioned mind, where we have learned we are something we are not. In other words, we have deceived ourselves as to who we really are. When our false thoughts about ourselves are changed, our experience in the world changes as well. We learn that changing our thoughts requires forgiveness. We are not exchanging one illusory thought for another, but we are becoming aware of our misperceptions and bringing them to the Holy Spirit. The darkness of our thoughts, when brought to the light of Truth, cannot remain.
This is what Course-based forgiveness is. It is about releasing judgments and recognizing that "what you thought your brother did to you has not occurred." (W.PII.Q1.1.1) Of course, this would only make sense in the context of the world's unreality. If everything we see in our brother is a projection of our own guilt and self-attack, bringing those projections back to our own mind is how the healing can happen. With it comes the recognition that we too are as guiltless as our brothers. When we no longer engage with our thoughts but simply watch them go by without judgment, we become the observer of those thoughts. The one observing is not the false self. It is the ever-present awareness. It is a place of perfect peace, perfect stillness, and perfect quietness. When we connect with this place, we rest from the seeming demands of the world and the body. With it comes a feeling of gentle, soft expansion of peace, beauty, and joy.
Jesus waits with us. He has joined us in our meditation time. "God is here, because we wait together." (W.221.2.2) Jesus asks us to accept his confidence. Why? He asks this because he says his confidence is ours. We are the same. "Our minds are joined." (W.221.2.5) There is no separation. Jesus is the symbol of the part of the mind that has accepted the truth. He says he is like us. The only difference between us is that we do not know we are equal to him. He is helping us to recognize this, as we learn from him to undo the ego thought system through forgiveness.
In Chapter 19, Jesus asks us to forgive him. "I ask for your forgiveness, for if you are guilty, so must I be. But if I surmounted guilt and overcame the world, you were with me. Would you see in me the symbol of guilt or of the end of guilt, remembering that what I signify to you you see within yourself?" (T.19.IV.B.6.4-6) (ACIM OE T.19.V.b.65) Why would he say this? He says this because if we perceive that he has something that we do not have, we are acknowledging separation as real. If he is innocent and the rest of us are guilty, it would mean that deep down we believe that he has something special that we do not. If that is the case, it would mean that he must be more special, and thus we make him guilty. Specialness, in the Course, is all about our brother taking something from us that rightly belongs to us. The undoing of this perception is what forgiveness is about. It is the recognition of our sameness with Jesus and all our brothers, without exception. How could there be differences with anyone, except in the dream, if we are all One Self? The process of forgiveness is the process of coming to the recognition day-by-day that we are the Christ Self.
This is how we come to know who we are as unlimited beings of light and love. We do so by applying this teaching to our everyday experiences and the people and situations we encounter in our lives. It is our way back to what we are in truth. Yes, there is tremendous resistance because we are so invested in our individuality and specialness, which we defend vociferously. It is why Jesus urges us to be gentle with ourselves and to take the process step-by-step. Nothing is demanded of us. We can take all the time we need. We are not guilty if we have resistance or even if we need to lay the Course down for a while. But, as we take the steps given to us daily in these practices, they take us closer to the peace we crave.
We can only achieve real happiness through forgiveness, based on the willingness to look at the beliefs we hold. It is all about coming to the recognition that our judgments are always wrong. In fact, we must come to the recognition that everything we think is wrong. All our thinking comes from being deceived in who we think we are. Byron Katie challenges our thinking by asking, "Who would you be without that thought?"
We are now in touch with the Teacher within in the right mind that knows what we are. When we turn to Him, we turn away from the incessant noise of the ego and trust in guidance. We do not look to the brain to figure things out, but turn to the Holy Spirit for His interpretation. How am I to see this person. How am I to respond to this situation. And what am I to do, if anything, with regard to this perceived problem?
We will not hear the Voice for Truth while our minds are in turmoil, but neither can we force stillness onto our minds. Our job is simply to look at our thoughts and feelings without judging them, denying them, repressing them, or projecting them. We bring our thoughts to awareness simply by looking at them without guilt or self-judgment, and then the Holy Spirit does the rest, as we willingly hand them over to Him.
We cannot heal our own minds. To try to do so will defeat us because the ego will never undo itself. We must let go of our way and turn to the One Who knows. It requires surrender, which we may see as a defeat, yet it is to give up nothing to gain everything. We cannot reach the stillness within by our own efforts. We must take the hand of Jesus and invite him to go with us through the darkness. The ego tells us not to go there, as all we will find is the darkness. But Jesus assures us that while we cannot circumvent the darkness, the light is just beyond it. The ego is afraid of this light, as it knows it signals its end.
Our part is to do the work to bring awareness to our thoughts as they come up and ask for Jesus to join us in this process so we can reach the quiet center within, where all truth abides. Forgiveness is easy because it is done for us. Our part is only to bring the darkness to the light, and then trust that everything else will be done for us.
There is no need to do more than this. We do not need to understand anything further about the process. In fact, Jesus says, "For this is but another way in which you would still try to keep understanding to yourself." (T.16.II.2.3) (ACIM OE T.16.III.11) And later he says, "You do not understand what you accepted, but remember that your understanding is not necessary." (T.18.III.4.11) (ACIM OE T.18.IV.27) We think we need to understand how all this happens, but again, Jesus says that our problem is, "You are still convinced that your understanding is a powerful contribution to the truth, and makes it what it is." (T.18.IV.7.5) (ACIM OE T.18.V.39) That is why we are told in Chapter 18 VII (ACIM OE T 18 VIII) "I Need do Nothing," meaning there is nothing we can do to change the truth of what we are. The only part we play is to bring to the light the thoughts that block the truth of our Being and to continue to surrender what we think we know.
Today, when worry thoughts occupy your mind, or you feel anxious or distressed about anything, take a moment to step back, look at the thoughts, give up the story of what brought them about, accept the feelings, and trust that when they are given over to the Holy Spirit, you can now rest in God. When I feel upset about anything, or start planning or obsessing about something, I remember this Lesson and find that it is a wonderful invitation to my mind to step back and be willing to accept that I just don't know. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves over and over, as each interfering thought comes to obsessively occupy our minds, that we can choose peace. With practice, we can learn to let these thoughts go. They have no substance, but when we hold onto them, they obstruct our peace. Why would we want to keep them? It seems that these thoughts have value to us, or we would not hold onto them. The perceived value is that they define who we think we are, and they keep us invested in the illusion. That is precisely why we stubbornly insist on working out our own problems in form, instead of turning to the quiet Answer. This is the nature of resistance. We think we know better.
In the introduction to the prayers in Part II of the workbook, we are told that:
"We say some simple words of welcome, and expect our Father to reveal Himself, as He has promised." (W.P.II.IN.3.3)
"We say the words of invitation that His Voice suggests, and then we wait for Him to come to us." (W.P.II.IN.4.6)
It is a prayerful time that we spend in preparation of our minds, where we speak directly to our Father, then wait with silent expectancy, bringing our minds back into focus with the Lesson when our thoughts start to wander. It takes practice, so do not be discouraged by your interfering thoughts. We are still practicing the process of watching our thoughts and releasing them to the truth.
While we still use our structured practice, our dependence on the structure of the Lessons may have diminished by now; but, we must still stay vigilant throughout the day and be willing to continually invite the Holy Spirit in. We trust that He is always there in every situation because He is in our minds. Increasingly, we are recognizing that it is all mind. Everything and everyone we perceive is a reflection of our own mind. The Holy Spirit is simply a symbol of the light within our minds, rather than something separate from us.
And now we are looking at, "What is Forgiveness?" (W.PII.Q1) as questions are answered for us in this second part of the workbook, where "Words will mean little now." (W.PII.IN.1.1)
I will comment further on this introduction and the question of forgiveness in the commentaries for the next few days.

Love and blessings, Sarah 
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A Course in Miracles
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Chapter Twenty

The Promise of the Resurrection 
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I. Introduction 

1 This is Palm Sunday, the celebration of victory and the acceptance of the truth. Let us not spend this holy week brooding on the crucifixion of God's Son, but happily in the celebration of his release. For Easter is the sign of peace, not pain. A slain Christ has no meaning. But a risen Christ becomes the symbol of the Son of God's forgiveness of himself; the sign he looks upon himself as healed and whole.

II. Holy Week  
2 This week begins with palms and ends with lilies, the white and holy sign the Son of God is innocent. Let no dark sign of crucifixion intervene between the journey and its purpose; between the acceptance of the truth and its expression. This week we celebrate life, not death. And we honor the perfect purity of the Son of God and not his sins. Offer each other the gift of lilies, not the crown of thorns; the gift of love and not the "gift" of fear. You stand beside each other, thorns in one hand and lilies in the other, uncertain which to give. Join now with me and throw away the thorns, offering the lilies to replace them. This Easter, I would have the gift of your forgiveness offered by you to me and returned by me to you.
3 We cannot be united in crucifixion and in death. Nor can the resurrection be complete till your forgiveness rests on Christ along with mine. A week is short, and yet this holy week is the symbol of the whole journey the Son of God has undertaken. He started with the sign of victory the promise of the resurrection already given him. Let him not wander into the temptation of crucifixion and delay him there. Help him to go in peace beyond it, with the light of his own innocence lighting his way to his redemption and release. Hold him not back with thorns and nails when his redemption is so near. But let the whiteness of your shining gift of lilies speed him on his way to resurrection.
4 [Easter is not the celebration of the cost of sin but of its end.] If you see glimpses of the face of Christ behind the veil looking between the snow white petals of the lilies you have received and given as your gift, you will behold each other's face and recognize it. I was a stranger and you took me in, not knowing who I was. Yet for your gift of lilies you will know. In your forgiveness of this stranger, alien to you and yet your ancient Friend, lie his release and your redemption with him. The time of Easter is a time of joy and not of mourning. Look on your risen Friend and celebrate his holiness along with me. For Easter is the time of your salvation, along with mine.

III. Thorns and Lilies  
5 Look upon all the trinkets made to hang upon the body or to cover it or for its use. See all the useless things made for its eyes to see. Think on the many offerings made for its pleasure and remember all these were made to make seem lovely what you hate. Would you employ this hated thing to draw your brother to you and to attract his body's eyes? Learn you but offer him a crown of thorns, not recognizing it for what it is and trying to justify your own interpretation of its value by his acceptance. Yet still the gift proclaims his worthlessness to you, as his acceptance and delight acknowledges the lack of value he places on himself.
6 Gifts are not made through bodies if they be truly given and received. For bodies can neither offer nor accept; hold out nor take. Only the mind can value, and only the mind decides on what it would receive and give. And every gift it offers depends on what it wants. It will adorn its chosen home most carefully, making it ready to receive the gifts it wants by offering them to those who come unto its chosen home or those it would attract to it. And there they will exchange their gifts, offering and receiving what their minds judge to be worthy of them.
7 Each gift is an evaluation of the receiver and the giver. No one but sees in his chosen home an altar to himself. No one but seeks to draw to it the worshipers of what he placed upon it, making it worthy of their devotion. And each has set a light upon his altar, that they may see what he has placed upon it and take it for their own. Here is the value that you lay upon your brother and on yourself. Here is your gift to both; your judgment on the Son of God for what he is. Forget not that it is your savior to whom the gift is offered. Offer him thorns and you are crucified. Offer him lilies and it is yourself you free.
8 I have great need for lilies, for the Son of God has not forgiven me. And can I offer him forgiveness when he offers thorns to me? For he who offers thorns to anyone is against me still, and who is whole without him? Be you his friend for me that I may be forgiven and you may look upon the Son of God as whole. But look you first upon the altar in your chosen home and see what you have laid upon it to offer me. If it be thorns whose points gleam sharply in a blood-red light, the body is your chosen home, and it is separation that you offer me. And yet the thorns are gone. Look you still closer at them now, and you will see your altar is no longer what it was.
9 You look still with the body's eyes, and they can see but thorns. Yet you have asked for and received another sight. Those who accept the Holy Spirit's purpose as their own share also His vision. And what enables Him to see His purpose shine forth from every altar now is yours as well as His. He sees no strangers, only dearly loved and loving friends. He sees no thorns, but only lilies, gleaming in the gentle glow of peace that shines on everything He looks upon and loves.
10 This Easter look with different eyes upon each other. You have forgiven me. And yet I cannot use your gift of lilies while you see them not. Nor can you use what I have given unless you share it. The Holy Spirit's vision is no idle gift, no plaything to be tossed about a while and laid aside. Listen and hear this carefully, nor think it but a dream-a careless thought to play with or a toy you would pick up from time to time and then put by. For if you do, so will it be to you.
11 You have the vision now to look past all illusions. It has been given you to see no thorns, no strangers, and no obstacles to peace. The fear of God is nothing to you now. Who is afraid to look upon illusions, knowing his savior stands beside him? With him, your vision has become the greatest power for the undoing of illusion that God Himself could give. For what God gave the Holy Spirit, you have received. The Son of God looks unto you for his release. For you have asked for and been given the strength to look upon this final obstacle and see no thorns nor nails to crucify the Son of God and crown him king of death. Your chosen home is on the other side, beyond the veil. It has been carefully prepared for you, and it is ready to receive you now. You will not see it with the body's eyes. Yet all you need you have.
12 Your home has called to you since time began, nor have you ever failed entirely to hear. You heard but knew not how to look nor where. And now you know. In you the knowledge lies, ready to be unveiled and freed from all the terror that kept it hidden. There is no fear in love. The song of Easter is the glad refrain the Son of God was never crucified. Let us lift up our eyes together, not in fear, but faith. And there will be no fear in us, for in our vision will be no illusions-only a pathway to the open door of Heaven, the home we share in quietness, and where we live in gentleness and peace as one together.
13 Would you not have your holy brother lead you there? His innocence will light your way, offering you its guiding light and sure protection, and shining from the holy altar within him where you laid the lilies of forgiveness. Let him be to you the savior from illusions, and look on him with the new vision that looks upon the lilies and brings you joy. We go beyond the veil of fear, lighting each other's way. The holiness that leads us is within us, as is our home. So will we find what we were meant to find by Him Who leads us.
14 This is the way to Heaven and to the peace of Easter, in which we join in glad awareness that the Son of God is risen from the past and has awakened to the present. Now is he free, unlimited in his communion with all that is within him. Now are the lilies of his innocence untouched by guilt and perfectly protected from the cold chill of fear and withering blight of sin alike. Your gift has saved him from the thorns and nails, and his strong arm is free to guide you safely through them and beyond. Walk with him now rejoicing, for the savior from illusions has come to greet you and lead you home with him.
15 Here is your savior and your friend, released from crucifixion through your vision and free to lead you now where he would be. He will not leave you nor forsake the savior from his pain. And gladly will you walk the way of innocence together, singing as you behold the open door of Heaven, and recognize the home that called to you. Give joyously to one another the freedom and the strength to lead you there. And come before each other's holy altar where the strength and freedom wait, to offer and receive the bright awareness that leads you home. The lamp is lit in both of you for one another. And by the hands that gave it to each other shall both of you be led past fear to love.

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