Tips from Regina ~ Lesson 156, I walk with God in perfect holiness.

If one is to awaken to truth, it is important to let go of concepts, because concepts are not truth. They are imagination.

Today’s lesson asks, “How could you walk the world alone and separate from your Source?”

What is your Source? It is life. Life is what you are.

NTI Acts, Chapter 5 makes this point when it says, “God is Life, and you live, so Life must be within you. This means that God is within you also. … Right now, as you sit reading this, you live. So right now, you cannot be separate from God. Right now, God is in you and you are in God. There is no separation. Right now, your oneness with God is complete …”

Guilt and unworthiness are concepts. They are imagination. This is easy to see if you will look beyond your imagination to truth.

Think of the guiltiest person you can think of. Bring that one clearly into your mind. Now look closer. Is there life there? (Does or did that person live?) As today’s lesson points out, “There is one life,” and God is life. So look very, very carefully at your guilty one. What is most true (permanent and unchanging) about him/her, guilt or life-presence?

Who is the most unworthy person you can think of? Look at him/her in the same way. Look very, very carefully and honestly. What is most true about this one? Unworthiness or life?

Life is always clean, untouched by what the body does or what the mind thinks, just as sunlight is untouched by the stained glass window that it shines through. And life is what you are, and what others are. This is what’s consistently true. When your eyes have learned to look at truth, everything else pales by comparison.

Today’s lesson says, “’Who walks with me?’ is a question that “should be asked a thousand times a day, till certainty has ended doubting and established peace.” When you ask this question, look. Is life here now? Does it go wherever you go? Is life what you are? Keep looking. Keep noticing until you have trained your eyes to look beyond everything temporary and focus themselves on life.

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