“My mind holds only what I think with God.” It is lack of forgiveness that blocks this realization from our awareness.
The review instructions ask us to notice “the many forms in which the lack of true forgiveness may be carefully concealed.” In other words, the review instructions ask us to put some effort into finding our own defenses against the truth, our own self-deceptions.
With this request in mind, I contemplate today’s review lessons.
Beyond this world there is a world I want. I close my eyes and go into contemplation of this fact. I go beyond all of the thoughts that offer me something to think about. They are each defenses against the truth.
It is impossible to see two worlds. Attention will either go out towards the world and thought or it will go in towards awareness. It cannot go in two directions at once. Anything that keeps me from being aware of myself as awareness or as the watcher is a defense against truth for me.