ACIM Lesson 45: God is the mind with which I think.

God is the mind with which I think.

Once again this Lesson reminds me that I am one with God, for I share my thoughts with Him.

When you put it like that it becomes all the more important to monitor your thoughts if God is going to be listening in!

The Course tells me that my thoughts and His thoughts are the same as they are thought by the same mind.

The text of the Course tells me that only love is real and nothing unreal exists. This is good news having had some unloving thoughts over the years and the miles. God doesn’t understand them because they are not real. And it is Truth and reality I seek today.

And, as I have done previously, I will look for my real thoughts in my mind.

This, the Course tells me, is quite possible for “…only what God would have us do is what we want to do. And we will also try to remember that we cannot fail in doing what He would have us do… [for] it is the Will of God.”

I will therefore consider today’s idea and think a few relevant thoughts of my own. Every so often I will remind myself that:

“My real thoughts are in my mind. I would like to find them”

… and then carry on searching. I will also endeavour to speed up the process by cleaning as I go with the key phrases of Ho’oponopono:

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

My mind is full of data, the illusions that keep me stuck in the world of form. I want to be free so I can get a clear connection to the Divine. If God truly is the mind with which I think, I want that connection to be as clear as a bell!

It is good to know that beneath all the data and the memories are buried the thoughts we thought together in the beginning. And it is to these thoughts that I am trying to reach whenever I practice Ho’oponopono. This is why it is so important to clean constantly.

As ‘Ihaleakalā would say, “Just do it, just get to the cleaning!

And importantly, as the Lesson states in conclusion, I will “… thank Him for the Thoughts He is thinking with [me].” Again, therein lies the peace of God.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

“God is the mind with which I think. I love you, I’m sorry, Forgive me, Thank you.”