THURSDAY MARCH 17, 2016
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A COURSE IN MIRACLES
CH 7 "THE CONSISTENCY OF THE KINGDOM"
IV. THE UNIFIED CURRICULUM

When I said, "I am with you always," I meant it literally. I am not absent to anyone in any situation. Because I am always with you, you are the way and the truth and the light.

DAILY LESSON
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 L e s s o n 76
I am under no laws but God's.
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1 We have observed before how many senseless things have seemed to you to be salvation. Each has imprisoned you with laws as senseless as itself. You are not bound by them. Yet to understand that this is so, you must first realize salvation lies not there. While you would seek for it in things that have no meaning, you bind yourself to laws that make no sense. Thus do you seek to prove salvation is where it is not. 
 
2 Today we will be glad you cannot prove it. For if you could, you would forever seek where it is not and never find it. The idea for today tells you once again how simple is salvation. Look for it where it waits for you, and there it will be found. Look nowhere else, for it is nowhere else. 
 
3 Think of the freedom in the recognition that you are not bound by all the strange and twisted laws which you have set up to save you. You really think that you would starve unless you have stacks of green paper strips and piles of metal discs. You really think a small round pellet or some fluid pushed into your veins through a sharpened needle will ward off death. You really think you are alone unless another body is with you. 
 
4 It is insanity that thinks these things. You call them laws, and put them under different names in a long catalog of rituals that have no use and serve no purpose. You think you must obey the "laws" of medicine, of economics, and of health. Protect the body, and you will be saved. 
 
5 These are not laws, but madness. The body is endangered by the mind that hurts itself. The body suffers that the mind will fail to see it is the victim of itself. The body's suffering is a mask the mind holds up to hide what really suffers. It would not understand it is its own enemy, that it attacks itself and wants to die. It is from this your "laws" would save the body. It is for this you think you are a body. 
 
6 There are no laws except the laws of God. This needs repeating over and over until you realize that it applies to everything that you have made in opposition to His Will. Your magic has no meaning. What it is meant to save does not exist. Only what it is meant to hide will save you. 
 
7 The laws of God can never be replaced. We will devote today to rejoicing that this is so. It is no longer a truth which we would hide. We realize instead it is a truth which keeps us free forever. Magic imprisons, but the laws of God set free. The light has come because there are no laws but His. 
 
8 We will begin the longer practice period today with a short review of the different kinds of "laws" we have believed we must obey. These would include, for example, the laws of nutrition, of immunization, of medication, and of the body's protection in innumerable ways. Think further-you believe in the laws of friendship, of "good" relationships, and reciprocity. 
 
9 Perhaps you even think that there are laws which set forth what is God's and what is yours. Many "religions" have been based on this. They would not save, but damn in Heaven's name. Yet they are no more strange than other "laws" you hold must be obeyed to make you safe. 
 
10 There are no laws but God's. Dismiss all foolish magical beliefs today, and hold your mind in silent readiness to hear the Voice that speaks the truth to you. You will be listening to One Who says there is no loss under the laws of God. Payment is neither given nor received. Exchange cannot be made, there are no substitutes, and nothing is replaced by something else. God's laws forever give and never take. 
 
11 Hear Him Who tells you this, and realize how foolish are the laws you thought upheld the world you thought you saw. Then listen further. He will tell you more. About the Love your Father has for you. About the endless joy He offers you. About His yearning for His only Son, created as His channel for creation; denied to Him by his belief in hell. 
 
12 Let us today open God's channels to Him and let His Will extend through us to Him. Thus is creation endlessly increased. His Voice will speak of this to us, as well as of the joys of Heaven which His laws keep limitless forever. We will repeat today's idea until we have listened and understood there are no laws but God's. Then we will tell ourselves, as a dedication with which the practice period concludes: 
 
13 I am under no laws but God's
 
14 We will repeat this dedication as often as possible today; at least four or five times an hour, as well as in response to any temptation to experience ourselves as subject to other laws throughout the day. It is our statement of freedom from all danger and all tyranny. It is our acknowledgment that God is our Father, and that His Son is saved.
      
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Lesson 76
I am under no laws but God's.    
 
Sarah's Commentary:  

Jesus is demonstrating to us in this Lesson that as long as we invest in our identity as bodies, we will be bound by the laws of this world. While the body is illusory, we still believe in its reality. Jesus is not asking us to deny our bodies while we still believe in them, nor to dismiss our experience here in this world. In fact, we can use this very experience to undo the illusory nature of our body and the world. We must not dismiss our experience as "just illusion" while we believe in it. Actually, this world is a great classroom for us to use for the purpose of waking up from this dream.
 
Our belief in the laws of nutrition, friendship, finances, medicine, economics, and so on are not to be dismissed. To deny our need for medicine, sleep, food, money, air, or relationships while we still believe we are a body would be inappropriate denial. It would be a confusion of the metaphysical level that is the level of absolute truth with the level of the mind where we think we are in the body and the world. At this level of the body and the world, Jesus is showing us, in this and other Lessons, we have a choice between the wrong mind of the ego's thought system and the right mind. With the Holy Spirit in our rights minds, we can choose to lessen the hold these laws have on us. As the mind shifts, behavior will follow. Changing our behavior will not change our minds. As long as we choose to identify with these laws, they will have power over us.
 
Jesus reminds us it is not appropriate to deny our investment in the body while we still believe in it. He says, "The body is merely part of your experience in the physical world. Its abilities can be and frequently are over evaluated. However, it is almost impossible to deny its existence in this world. Those who do so are engaging in a particularly unworthy form of denial." (T.2.IV.3.8-11)(ACIM OE T.2.III.56) In the same way, it would be inappropriate to stop doing what we still believe has power over us. For example, not to eat foods we believe will sustain our health, not to take medicines we think we need, not to lock the doors, or to avoid seeing a medical practitioner when we are sick are all examples of how we might deny our fear. Clearly, we believe we are here, and we identify ourselves with the body, believing it is our reality. Jesus is helping us to see that the laws we hold and the remedies we seek are all magic because they will not save us. Magic provides us with a temporary relief of the symptoms, but the only real healing is the healing of the guilt in the mind. True healing is in our eventual recognition that our reality is only Spirit.
 
Tomas Viera's journey has provided me an excellent example in this regard as he went through the process of using the illusion of sickness to awaken to the truth of his reality as Spirit. Nouk Sanchez, his long time partner, in describing this process, indicated that Tomas awakened quite some time before he left his body, so there was no individual, personal Tomas left. Thus, the appearance of a suffering, sick body was completely illusory. His identification with the separate self was gone. In this process, he recognized there was nothing about the body to be saved. To hold onto the separate self would be to maintain the separation from his reality as Love. As reported by Nouck, "He accomplished this by consistently choosing only peace in each moment when 'appearances' tempted him to believe that he was a body and not an eternal Being." In the same vein, when I saw him as sick, he challenged me to heal my mind, as I was not seeing correctly. I was focusing on his body, believing incorrectly that was what he was.
 
We are challenged in this Lesson to recognize our reality and to look beyond appearances. While we are choosing to live by the laws of this world, we are asked to see how senseless they really are, so we can see the choice always available to us. It is to see salvation where it really is, in our own minds and not in anything outside of ourselves. What we are asked to shift is our purpose. It is not about giving up money, our special relationships, exercise, foods we consider good for our health, and certainly not the air we breathe, but to recognize the purpose they hold in keeping us invested in the body and in this world. In other words, all our attention is going on the effect (the body) rather than looking at the cause (our minds). When our purpose is shifted, we use everything for awakening from the dream of this world.
 
The reason we feel so bound to the laws of this world is because we are looking for our salvation in the world. When we totally identify ourselves as a body and we want what the world has to offer, it follows that we will be bound by its rules. Jesus says we are binding ourselves to "laws that make no sense." (W.76.1.5) We do so because we want to prove, this is reality. We want to prove that Jesus is wrong about us, that we are not spirit, but we are bodies that will die. (W.76.1.6) Now he invites us to "Look for it [salvation] where it waits for you, and there it will be found. Look nowhere else, for it is nowhere else." (W.76.2.4-5)
 
He tells us to look for salvation where it is, and to be glad it is not in the world, but within ourselves. That is where we need to look. We will never find it in the things of this world. Not taking our bodies and our issues so seriously may be a good start. There is something in us that knows that, but there is also a lot of resistance. When we look honestly at our lives, we can all see the investment we have in the body as " It puts things on itself that it has bought with little metal discs or paper strips the world proclaims as valuable and real. It works to get them, doing senseless things, and tosses them away for senseless things it does not need and does not even want." (T.27.VIII.2.2-3)(ACIM OE T.27.IX.78) When asking about purpose in everything, he says we need to ask, "What for?" (T.4.V.6.7)(ACIM OE T.4.VI.77)  "For nothing here but is defined as what you see it for." (T.29.VI.5.4)(ACIM OE T.29.VII.42)
 
This is a challenging Lesson because it asks us to examine everything we currently hold true. What does our salvation, (our happiness) depend on? This question was addressed in Lesson 71, where Jesus talked of our fruitless search for salvation in the things of this world and how these things have imprisoned us. " For what you think you need will merely serve to tighten up your world against the light, and render you unwilling to question the value that this world can really hold for you." (T.13.VII.13)(ACIM OE T.12.VII.69) In other words, the more things, events, and circumstances of our lives appear to serve us, the tighter the hold our world has over us.
 
Until we start to question everything, until we challenge the beliefs we hold, until we see that our investment in the things of this world does not bring us peace and joy, we will continue in this endless pursuit. Jesus tells us we are very confused about pain and joy. "You no more recognize what is painful than you know what is joyful, and are, in fact, very apt to confuse the two. The Holy Spirit's main function is to teach you to tell them apart." (T.7.X.3.4-5)(ACIM OE T.7.XI.101) Byron Katie used to tell a story of how she could see two prisoners in the same cell, one living in peace and perfection, the other living in hell. Same world, same cell, different thoughts. The world is what it is. The only thing you can control is your story about it.
 
Today, we are asked to look at what things we believe we need for our happiness. What do we give power to? What rules do we have for our lives? What senseless things do we invest in? What do we feel bound by? If you don't exercise, but we eat ice cream and spend money on entertainment, do you feel guilty? What rules do you hold about nutrition, beauty, vitamins, friendship, reciprocity? Are these beliefs bad? No. They don't mean anything. The meanings we give them are in our minds. They are all centered around our wish to believe in the reality of our body. We believe we are separate from each other and in competition with each other. Further, we believe we need these laws to protect and preserve our bodies. We are very invested in preserving our ego and our bodies. This is where we put our attention. But now our priorities are shifting, and our goal is to know ourselves as God created us, perfect, innocent, forever loving and forever loved.
 
The seemingly reasonable and accepted rules for relationships serve the ego purpose of establishing expectations for how we and others should act in order to be happy. All this does is guarantee disappointment, unhappiness and grievances when these rules are violated. Jesus calls these laws we believe in, our "strange and twisted laws." (W.76.3.1) Now we are asked to look at them and not to change them, but to look at the purpose they serve for us. As we look at our rules for relationships without judgment, we can see we need not be bound by them. This is how we achieve a sense of freedom. (W.76.3.1) Can a Son of God be bound? Clearly our spirit is always free.
 
Jesus invites us to look at three specific areas in which we have a lot invested. They are money, sickness and special relationships. He says we believe we would "starve unless you have stacks of green paper strips and piles of metal discs." (W.76.3.2) We think there are pills and medicines that will "ward off disease and death," (W.76.3.3) and we think we "are alone unless another body is with you." (W.76.3.4) Again, we are asked to look at how we see these things. What fears come up in your mind when you think of being sick, dying, not having enough and being alone? It is not about giving up having money, which is needed for our sustenance, but more about what fears we have and what beliefs we hold about it. How much do we try to hang onto it?
 
I had a significant investment that ended up being wiped away due to fraudulent activity on behalf of the company. Several of the investors committed suicide when it became apparent that they would never retrieve the money. Others lost their relationships. Some put more money into the situation and decided to undertake a class action suit. There were some that chose to take revenge on the perpetrators through various activities. For me, it was an opportunity to look at the value I put on money and to put my effort on forgiveness so peace could prevail in my mind.
 
Special relationships have a significant hold on us in terms of the 'laws' we hold about them. Whether those relationships are ones of special love or special hate, they are all significant in keeping us invested in the ego. When we hate others, we may believe our salvation comes from seeing them suffer. When we think we love them, they keep us bound to our needs as they become idols to replace God. We feel we don't need God's Love when we have our own substitute for it. Special love is all about bargaining, in that we must give in order to get, all the time hoping to give as little as possible for as much as possible in return. Special love is about reciprocity and limits us to the body, as do all the laws we hold.
 
Again, Jesus is not asking us to give up these laws, but to question our investment in them. He is really not saying we should not have friendships, money, or we should ignore the bodily needs. He is reminding us, at the end of this journey, we will recognize the illusory nature of the body. Instead of putting all our attention on the effect, and making it the entire purpose of our existence here, Jesus is showing us, in focusing on our minds, everything we have made can be used by the Holy Spirit for another purpose.
 
Think of some of the things you believe. Do you believe you would be happy if you lost weight, were in better shape, if there were peace in the world, if the political party you hate were defeated, if you had a new car, if you had more money, if you had certain people in your life, if certain people left your life, if you had a better boss, if you had more friends, if people were nicer to you, kinder to you, respected you more, if you could live somewhere else, if you could retire, and so on? Further, do you believe you would feel better if you just figured out which vitamins to take, how to keep yourself safe, healthy, how to protect your kids, how to increase your self-esteem, and on and on? "It is insanity that thinks these things. You call them laws, and put them under different names in a long catalogue of rituals that have no use and serve no purpose. You think you must obey the 'laws' of medicine, of economics and of health. Protect the body, and you will be saved." (W.76.4.1-4)
 
It all sounds reasonable in the world we live in, doesn't it? I can relate to all of this. We spend each day obeying these kinds of laws in the belief that they will protect us, but they are not real laws. They are laws we obey as long as we believe them. Because we believe them, we obey them until we question them and loosen our investment in them, just as we question the reality of our body and the world. In the meantime, we simply take care of ourselves. It would be self-punishing not to do so while we still believe in them, which would hardly be loving. There is no value in feeling guilty about taking care of our bodies. On the contrary, all of our experiences here must be given attention, so we can look at the beliefs we hold and question them.
 
This Lesson is about loosening our beliefs and challenging our minds to recognize, regardless of how much effort we put into making ourselves believe we are in this reality, it is still only a dream and nothing we do will make it real. On the metaphysical level, our true Self lives only under the law of love. This law only gives, while the ego laws are about getting, keeping, maintaining. Our real happiness is about remembering we are under no laws but the law of love. Jesus says even many so-called religions have set forth what is God's and what is ours, meaning what belongs to God is holiness, omniscience, omnipotence, while what is ours is limited and vulnerable. We believe we must obey them to keep us safe.
 
These Lessons are about letting go of every value we hold in the world. We are really looking at changing our entire thought system. We are looking at changing our minds, and thus loosening the grip the world holds on us. We are working to surrender our unloving thoughts, which is the only way to our happiness. There is no other way. It is not about changing our jobs, our diets, our habits, our friends, our mates. It is only about changing our minds. To give up the things we believe will bring us happiness will only create suffering as long as we think our happiness relies on these things. While the laws of the world the ego has made up will not bring us happiness, we simply can't dismiss them. We have spent a lifetime learning them, and while we think we are bodies, we will believe these laws will protect us. They are all based on the belief that our salvation comes from protecting the body. When we step back from our laws and look at them from above this battleground, we can smile at them as we witness our beliefs about these laws and not take them so seriously.
 
The laws of this world, which are actually belief in magic, imprison us. When we get this, "The light has come." (W.75) In other words, when we get this, we will be enlightened. We will wake up from this dream of separation. We will see the illusion for what it is. We need to hear the truth so our thoughts of guilt and separation can vanish. What really suffers is the mind. The mind is really hurting itself because of the guilt that is there. "The body is endangered by the mind that hurts itself. The body suffers just in order that the mind will fail to see it is the victim of itself. The body's suffering is a mask that the mind holds up to hide what really suffers. " (W.76.5.2-3) So the mind hurts the body to make the body seem to be the reason for our suffering. This seems to protect the mind from the fact that it is the cause of the suffering and has simply displaced it on the body. The body thus becomes the scapegoat for the mind. Now the body suffers, and we ask for healing of the body when the only answer is healing of our minds. Now we try to save ourselves with medicine, which is called magic, which "has no meaning." (W.76.6.3) Why? Because it is trying to save the body, which does not exist. This keeps the role of the mind hidden from our awareness. Medicine only has the illusion of an effect, which is why it is called magic. It imprisons us to the "laws" of the world, which are not real.
 
Again, Jesus tells us it is impossible to deny our physical experience in the world. We must remember this Lesson is not about not obeying the laws of this world. We still need to eat. We need money to live. We need to protect our bodies. We need friends. Jesus is just reminding us in truth there is no body, so there are no real laws that bind the body. What is important here is he is not asking us to see our brother without a body, but to see him as innocent."Your question should not be, 'How can I see my brother without a body?' Ask only, 'Do I really wish to see him sinless?' And as you ask, forget not that his sinlessness is your escape from fear." (T.20.VII.9.1-3)(ACIM OE T.20.VIII.66) Neither is he asking us to see ourselves without a body, or deny the body, but he is asking us to notice how we project our sins onto other bodies, and to bring those projections back to our minds so they can be healed there. Currently, we believe we are bodies. That is why we are reminded so often that we are as God created us, which is spirit.
 
Clearly, we have significant resistance to accepting the fact that we are not a body. If we judge others for their psychological and physical concerns because they are Course students and should know better, all we are seeing is our own self-judgment. This is not helpful nor loving. When we see sin in ourselves, we suffer, and when we see it in others, we attack. In this whole process of undoing the guilt in our minds, we are called to be gentle with ourselves. The degree to which you are gentle with yourself will be the extent to which you are gentle with others in their process. Only patience and gentleness are called for, whether with ourselves or others. It is all the same.
 
The main thing we might notice about this Lesson is our resistance to the idea that salvation is not outside ourselves in all of these laws. It requires that we begin to recognize the body as an effect, and the mind as cause. Ideas leave not their source. Fixing the body will never address the guilt in the mind, which is projected onto the body in order to protect the mind. The body is the place where the mind's guilt is hidden from awareness. The importance of recognizing we can make another choice for our healing and happiness by looking for it where it is, which is in the mind and not outside ourselves, is what this Lesson is getting at. Thus, instead of trying to change the effect, we are asked to look at the cause and forgive it there.
 
Jesus is helping us to see that when we feel empty inside and want food, we are really trying to fill the lack we feel. What we are really looking for when we reach for the hot fudge sundae or the pizza is God. When our focus is on more and more money, it is because we feel impoverished and lacking and are looking for abundance in form when in fact it only resides with God. Through our special relationships, we attempt to resolve our loneliness for God. We fill the emptiness, loneliness and lack, as a result of our separation from God, with forms outside ourselves, but they will never fulfill us.
 
The exercise today is about looking at the laws we hold and seeing how we have used them to replace the laws of God. Then we look at some of the laws we obey, of nutrition, immunization, medication, bodily protection, friendship, and reciprocity, step back from them, and see how they are tied in to our belief in our bodily existence. Again, we are not being asked to give them up, but to look at our dependence on them and recognize they are a reflection of the guilt in our minds projected onto the body, and thus they are there to maintain the effect of our guilt, which is the body.
 
In my experience I am more aware of how I have restricted myself to rules that had to be met in my relationships, demands and expectations I have had about how friends were to be, requirements for how many hours of sleep I believed I needed, requirements I had about how my house had to be kept, certain rules of etiquette, requirements for when and what I had to eat, and on and on. When I started to question these "laws", they started to loosen, and many things changed over the years. While I don't deny the bodily requirements I have, I see worldly laws are all external, while the miracle is an internal change that comes through forgiveness. The results have been increasing freedom, joy and blessings.
 
Today we are asked to bring all our misguided beliefs to the light for healing. Then we can truly know we are totally safe, and experience the freedom that comes from this. I am under no laws but God's. I am free from all danger and tyranny. I am as God created me. "I am under no laws but God's." It is my statement of freedom from the tyranny of the ego. "It is our acknowledgement that God is our Father, and that His Son is saved." (W. 76.12.2)

Love and blessings, Sarah  
IV. The Unified Curriculum 

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To heal is to liberate totally. We once said there is no order of difficulty in miracles because they are all maximal expressions of love. This has no range at all. The non-maximal only appears to have a range. This is because it seems to be meaningful to measure it from the maximum and identify its position by how much it is not there. Actually, this does not mean anything. It is like negative numbers in that the concept can be used theoretically, but it has no application practically. It is true that if you put three apples on the table and then take them away, the three apples are not there. But it is not true that the table is now minus three apples. If there is nothing on the table, it does not matter what was there in terms of amount. The "nothing" is neither greater nor less because of what is absent.
 
20 That is why "all" and "nothing" are dichotomous, without a range. This is perfectly clear in considering psychological tests of maximal performance. You cannot interpret the results at all unless you assume either maximal motivation or no motivation at all. Only in these two conditions can you validly compare responses, and you must assume the former, because if the latter were true, the subject would not do anything. Given variable motivation, he will do something, but you cannot understand what it is.
 
21 The results of such tests are evaluated relatively assuming maximal motivation, but this is because we are dealing with abilities, where degree of development is meaningful. This does not mean that what the ability is used for is necessarily either limited or divided. Yet one thing is certain-abilities are potentials for learning, and you will apply them to what you want to learn. Learning is effort, and effort means will. We have used the term "abilities" in the plural because abilities began with the ego, which perceived them as potentials for excelling. This is how the ego still perceives them and uses them.
 
22 The ego does not want to teach everyone all it has learned because that would defeat its purpose. Therefore, it does not really learn at all. The Holy Spirit teaches you to use what the ego has made to teach the opposite of what the ego has learned. The kind of learning is as irrelevant as is the particular ability which was applied to the learning. You could not have a better example of the Holy Spirit's unified purpose than this course. The Holy Spirit has taken very diversified areas of your learning and has applied them to a unified curriculum. The fact that this was not the ego's reason for learning is totally irrelevant.
 
23 You made the effort to learn, and the Holy Spirit has a unified goal for all effort. He adapts the ego's potentials for excelling to potentials for equalizing. This makes them useless for the ego's purpose but very useful for His. If different abilities are applied long enough to one goal, the abilities themselves become unified. This is because they are channelized in one direction or in one way. Ultimately, then, they all contribute to one result, and by so doing, their similarity rather than their differences is emphasized. You can excel in many different ways, but you can equalize in one way only. Equality is not a variable state, by definition.
 
24 That is why you will be able to perform all aspects of your work with ease when you have learned this course. To the ego there appears to be no connection, because the ego is discontinuous. Yet the Holy Spirit teaches one lesson and applies it to all individuals in all situations. Being conflict-free, He maximizes all efforts and all results. By teaching the power of the Kingdom of God Himself, He teaches you that all power is yours. Its application does not matter. It is always maximal. Your vigilance does not establish it as yours, but it does enable you to use it always and in all ways.
 
25 When I said, "I am with you always," I meant it literally. I am not absent to anyone in any situation. Because I am always with you, you are the way and the truth and the light. You did not make this power, any more than I did. It was created to be shared and therefore cannot be meaningfully perceived as belonging to anyone at the expense of another. Such a perception makes it meaningless by eliminating or overlooking its real and only meaning.

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