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Lesson 54, February 23

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16. I have no neutral thoughts.

17. I see no neutral things.

18. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing.

19. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts.

20. I am determined to see.

The five lessons we are reviewing today are focused on the power of our thoughts.

16. I have no neutral thoughts.

My thoughts are either about separation (most of the time) or my thoughts are about Oneness (certainly not as frequently as I’d like). My thoughts may be meaningless but they are very powerful.

If I have mistaken thoughts then a false world is what I see. When this happens, I ask the Holy Spirit to correct my thoughts and to help me see the world differently.

17. I see no neutral things.

I am seeing the effects of my thoughts out in the world. If what I am seeing is disturbing to me, then I simply need but change my thoughts.

18. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing.

I have no private thoughts. All minds are joined. With that in mind, I certainly don’t want to share thoughts of separation with everyone!

19. I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts.

All that I think, say, and do teaches all the world. I am never alone but always and forever I am connected to God and to each of my brothers.

I know that I don’t want to teach the world about loss, lack, and limitation therefore I need to become more vigilant about the kinds of thoughts that I am thinking.

20. I am determined to see.

I am determined to see love, laughter, and abundance where previously I witnessed fear, tears, and lack.

It doesn’t matter what is happening around me, I can always open my mind to make the choice to think God’s thoughts instead of the ego’s thoughts.

God is taking care of me, so there is nothing to fear.

I am willing to completely trust in God, for then I will naturally be joyful and of course, think God’s joyful, happy thoughts. That then will be the kind of world I see as the happy thoughts I think with God are projected outwards. Sounds like a win-win deal to me!