Review 16. I have no neutral thoughts. It is time for maturity. Maturity begins by realizing who I am, what is true and what is false. This is wisdom. Maturity lives from wisdom.
What I am is living-intelligent-open-awareness.
What is true is what I am, life-intelligence-love-presence.
What is false is form. Form is the manifestation of story, changing story.
To live with maturity is to stay in touch with what is true. Allow the false to be. Allow it to be as incidental, while abiding lovingly with the true.
Review 17. I see no neutral things. Everything perceived with the senses is the manifestation of thought. There is no difference between the thoughts in one’s brain and the form sensed with the body. Maturity does not see a difference between these things.
To live with maturity is to stay in touch with what is true. Allow the false to be. Allow it to be without undue emphasis. Interact with it appropriately. Interact with it while abiding lovingly with the true.
Review 18. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing. Abide lovingly with the true, and radiate truth. Forget the truth, and radiate confusion. To radiate is natural and uninterruptable, so it is always occurring. Maturity is aware of this fact, so it lovingly abides with the true in order to communicate consistently the compassionate message of truth.
Review 19. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts. To wander from my realization of truth is to spread confusion. At this stage, spreading confusion is still a possibility for me. I can get lazy, go back to sleep and forget what I know, but I don’t have to. I don’t have to, and I don’t want to. I am fully capable of remaining awake and aware now. It is time for maturity, and I am ready to be responsibly and lovingly mature. There’s nothing else that I need. My stage of awakening to wisdom is complete.
Review 20. I am determined to see. Seeing is nothing more than a present choice to abide with truth. I can do this now, and so I will.