Rev. Glen Ganaway I.M.

The Fellowship of Awakening January 13, 2016

Teachers of God,
How well do we know ourselves, much less the world? How aware are you of the powers that move? Lesson 12 spells it out. I am upset because I see a meaningless world. As you look about you, say to yourself:
I think I see a fearful world, a dangerous world, a hostile world, a sad world, a wicked world, a crazy world, 
​but I am upset because I see a meaningless world
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​What we are actually looking at is our own inability to create meaning. 
This week we're looking at Chapter 2! The Separation and the Atonement to Section 5: The Function of the Miracle Worker. We're looking at the foundations! The fundamentals of reality and our ability to experience it. (Our ability to experience our own nature, happiness, joy, peace, etc) So what is your function? Basically to be yourself, but that might not be known to you.....Do you know who you are? Do you act like it? Do we know the difference between what we want to be true, no matter how seductive, or what is actually true? ​

A Course in Miracles

Chapter 2: The Separation and the Atonement

Section V: The Function of the Miracle Worker

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Image One: Phrenology Illustrated Skull

 

Image Two: Fundamental Theorem of Calculus to calculate "derivative of an integral."

 

Explanation of Images: Our minds are creating our experience at all times. If we are not aware of the function of our minds and our bodies, we misuse and misunderstand what they are for, not to mention what they can and cannot do. Our minds and ways of thinking are worth getting to know, there are hidden clues to our nature and the nature of others. We have a place and a function in this world that does not conflict at all with what is already here. We are a part of the structure of the good that surrounds us and we are necessary to its unfoldment and expression in the world. Even the basic structures of math and calculus remind us that we are sufficient and whole. We can act on the our nature and the rely on the structure of the world to express our unseparated blissful selves.