Review 31. I am not the victim of the world I see: Resistance may arise as I follow this commitment I have made to remain fully immersed in God, but I am not the victim of resistance. I am not the victim of my habits. I am not the victim of the apparent wishes of others. I can know and remember my heart. I can listen to and follow my heart. I can remain in my heart. The choice is mine, and there are no real obstacles.
Review 32. I have invented the world I see: My personal point-of-view is a box on my head. It is as meaningless as that. Give it no power. Forget the box. Live restfully, trusting in the heart with a not-knowing head.
Review 33. There is another way of looking at the world: Focus my attention on the songs of the heart. Let these songs whisper to me throughout the day. Sing with them, and the eyes of devotion will show the way to see.
Review 34. I could see peace instead of this: Stay with this simple practice. Focus attention on the spontaneous songs of the heart. Let them whisper the truth to me. Sing the songs as I work and as I play. Let the eyes of clarity show the way to see.
Review 35. My mind is part of God’s. I am very holy: I can trust the music as bad as the tune may seem to be, ~ha ha~, because the heart of the music is holy. The heart of the music is truth. The heart of the music is what I truly want, what I dearly desire, and what is true for me to know. Immerse myself in these out-of-pitch songs, and I live in harmony with my truth.