Rev. Glen Ganaway I.M.

The Fellowship of Awakening July 1, 2015

Teachers of God!
Today's lesson is I trust my brothers who are one with me. It says "Nor do we ask for fantasies. For what we seek to look upon is really there. And as our focus goes beyond mistakes, we will behold a wholly sinless world. When seeing this is all we want to see, when this is all we seek for in the name of true perception, are the eyes of Christ inevitably ours."‚Äč Did you know that your brother is a good indication of whether you're seeing oneness or not? Do you really want to see what's before you or something that's going to keep you in illusion, upset and chasing your tail. 
Today we begin Chapter 16: The Forgiveness of Illusions. We'll be here a couple of weeks. Now that we've got the treasure from the cave our minds (our authentic selves) we're in charge of bringing that to others. Do you remember the second phase of awakening? The first phase is Having is Being, we have all that need to accomplish what is ours to do. The 2nd phase is Teach Peace to have Peace. Each of us is a teacher of peace. The 3rd phase is Seek Only God and His Kingdom, in which we practice and build the structures that create peace. Today we're going to look at the teaching portion. What are the rewards of being a teacher. You are a teacher, you know. We're always teaching what we know and what we want to learn. It's why I title each of the emails Teacher of God.

A Course in Miracles

Chapter 16: The Forgiveness of Illusions

Section Three: The Reward of Teaching
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Image One: Bellur Krishnamachar Sundararaja Iyengar (14 December 1918 – 20 August 2014), better known as B.K.S. Iyengar. He has been credited with popularizing yoga, first in India and then around the world.


Image Two: Holding a Universe Wallpaper


Explanation of Images: The first thing we do is find the inner teacher (right after we don’t like where we are). So it stands to reason that that the Teacher has been there all along. As we listen to our inner teacher we become more and more ourselves and outside influence dwindles to nothing. We begin to teach the peace we’ve discovered within. We bring the hard facts of our experience in trial and error to our community and teach what works. What happens, and sometimes rather suddenly, is that something clicks in the Universe and we discover our place, our mission in the greater world. The Universe somehow dances with our success and conspires to bring us joy. When we are teaching the Truth we know, we are taking our place as creators of the Universe.