In the Beginning, without the idea of death

“There is no death, but there is a belief in death” (ACIM)

In the Beginning, as God Created, there is only my Absolute Self as God intended. This Self is a direct extension of God’s Love that directly returns to God. As I was created by God, I am nothing but My Own Gratitude for Being in Love. It is the Happy return of my Self to my Source that is Knowledge of ineffable Love. I am Formless, Perfect Love that only Gives back to its Origin. I do not separate from this Love; I cannot be more or less than Who I Am. On October 29, 2009, when I could have been about to lose the body, I left it voluntarily: I remembered my Beginning, and knew of my immortal Life in God. This thing called death is not real; it is a perceptual hallucination to be voluntarily released.

The world of form arose by another idea, by the idea to simulate the Beginning, but with two formed opposites that come together as one. In the dream of death are “two” needed to separate one from giving back to Source; a split from the eternal Beginning is needed to form an “end” to unfold. The body-idea seems to come into this interchange of Love and block it from Reality; it is madness – two forms cannot become one, but for less than a split in time. The crying, the detour into fear; this is not life unfolding, but the belief in death coming to an end.

“The world is not left by death but by truth, and truth can be known by all those for whom the Kingdom was created, and for whom it waits.” (ACIM)

Death never disappoints; it is the built-in truth that ends the madness. And one can die into this truth before the body-idea is done, and then use the body to share this Knowledge.

“The Atonement is a lesson in sharing.” (ACIM)

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