The Atonement Principle | Sunday May 29th, 2022

Rachel Wixey

Rachel Wixey

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There is much in the world today to be joyful for, and certainly a great deal of sadness and tragedy as well. Principles in A Course in Miracles (“the Course”) support us in navigating both, and in the undoing of a thought system based on fear. Each time we decide against ourselves or someone else, some degree of fear is typically in play. Our willingness to see people and situations differently, through the perspective of love, and to be safely embodied in the principles, we can begin to know, access and operate from our own love… our own light. In doing so, we invite others to the same.

The Atonement principle and key concepts around perception, atonement and miracle-readiness were the focus of our time today. The Course points us to the fact that we are whole, love and loved, and each time we separate from this truth in our thinking, we are separate from the miracles held for us in escrow. And, miracles are everyone’s right, but purification is necessary first. Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love; when they have not occurred, something has gone wrong.

So how so we purify our minds to leave space for this love to be present in our day to day thoughts, words and actions? This short recording offers simple guidance; I hope it’s supportive. ❤

 

Peace to you,

Rachel

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