ACIM Lesson 36: My holiness envelops everything I see.

My holiness envelops everything I see.

It would make sense that, if I am very holy because my mind is part of God’s, my sight must be holy as well.

If I am unholy, or sinful, it would mean a part of God’s mind would be sinful, which is clearly impossible!

At my core I am perfect. The other person is perfect. The situation is perfect. The object is perfect.

It is my data, the memories replaying that fool me into thinking they are not, or that I – or they – are in some way sinful.

So, this Lesson reminds me that because my true Self is perfect, whatever I look upon is perfect – and holy – as well.

Today I will look about me and notice that:

My holiness envelops that table

My holiness envelops that body

My holiness envelops that pen

… and so on. And I can reinforce my idea of my own holiness by cleaning each subject with the words of Ho’oponopono:

I love you. I’m sorry. Forgive me. Thank you.

I need to get rid of the data so that I can see with the Vision of the Divine. I no longer wish to see with what ‘Ihaleakalā would call ‘old eyes’. I’m going straight for the Vision of Divine Inspiration. Everything looks good and holy from there!

“My holiness envelops everything I see. I love you, I’m sorry, Forgive me, Thank you.”