C.Faith Holland

Soul Coaching

Thoughts and Quotes for Today 12.28.12 December 28, 2012

Filed under: Love — C. Faith Holland @ 12:40 pm

1. “I understand that the illusion you’re holding on to is precious for you, and if you want to keep it, that’s what I want. Or if, on the contrary, the bottom falls out as you’re answering the questions, and everything you thought you knew drops away, and you fall into the abyss of reality, I love that you’ve given that to yourself; I love the polarity you’ve entered, the don’t-know mind, where everything is surprising, fresh, and brilliant, and you’re like a child discovering life for the first time. But that isn’t my preference unless it’s yours. Why would I want to take your world from you, even if I could? Nothing comes ahead of its time.” ~ Byron Katie

 

2. What else can we do with Love but give it away? That is the nature of Love. Love does not contract, and turn in on itself. If it is Love, then it is by nature inclusively extending. When we give a thing away, it is gone, and we no longer have it. Love is not like the things of this world. When we give or extend Love, we do not lose that love. On the contrary, the more love we give, the more our being is filled with Love. The more we give, the more we find that our cup runneth over.

 

3. When you realize that you always choose how you feel about something, the victim idea in you dies. This will make you, for the first time ever, truly more enjoyable to be around because you will no longer blame someone else for how you decide to feel about something. The victim-idea is very 2012, so get ready for an age and a civilization without a victim in it anywhere: only empowered beings that take responsibility for their own power to choose how they label situations and how they feel about something. A blame-free society. Imagine.

 

4. Ego is that part of the split mind that is always looking for external validation and support. Spirit is that part of the mind that rests in peace and certainty. It does not need or seek external validation or support.

 

5.  How is healing accomplished

 

1 Healing must occur in exact proportion to which the valuelessness of sickness is recognized. One need but say, “There is no gain at all to me in this” and he is healed. But to say this, one first must recognize certain facts. First, it is obvious that decisions are of the mind, not of the body. If sickness is but a faulty problem-solving approach, it is a decision. And if it is a decision, it is the mind and not the body that makes it. The resistance to recognizing this is enormous, because the existence of the world as you perceive it depends on the body being the decision-maker. Terms like “instincts,” “reflexes” and the like represent attempts to endow the body with non-mental motivators. Actually, such terms merely state or describe the problem. They do not answer it.

2 The acceptance of sickness as a decision of the mind, for a purpose for which it would use the body, is the basis of healing. And this is so for healing in all forms. A patient decides that this is so, and he recovers. If he decides against recovery, he will not be healed. Who is the physician? Only the mind of the patient himself. The outcome is what he decides that it is. Special agents seem to be ministering to him, yet they but give form to his own choice. He chooses them in order to bring tangible form to his desires. And it is this they do, and nothing else. They are not actually needed at all. The patient could merely rise up without their aid and say, “I have no use for this.” There is no form of sickness that would not be cured at once.

3 What is the single requisite for this shift in perception? It is simply this; the recognition that sickness is of the mind, and has nothing to do with the body. What does this recognition “cost”? It costs the whole world you see, for the world will never again appear to rule the mind. For with this recognition is responsibility placed where it belongs; not with the world, but on him who looks on the world and sees it as it is not. He looks on what he chooses to see. No more and no less. The world does nothing to him. He only thought it did. Nor does he do anything to the world, because he was mistaken about what it is. Herein is the release from guilt and sickness both, for they are one. Yet to accept this release, the insignificance of the body must be an acceptable idea. ~ Acim-Manual – How Is Healing Accomplished?   Goodbye 2012