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Lesson 6

Most of the time I see a fragmented world where nothing seems to make much sense. The bits and pieces of my daily experience reflect the chaos I see within. Today, I welcome a new perception of myself and the world.

Repeat to yourself whenever you feel that your peace is threatened by anything or anyone: I choose to see the unity of peace instead of the fragmentation of fear.


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Lesson 5

The world I see through eyes of fear is indeed threatening. Yet, there is another way of looking at this same world. I can choose to look at familiar people and things as if I were seeing them for the first time. Without my fears from the past, I can experience the beauty, joy and contentment that lie all around me, and in all the people who are part of my life.

Repeat throughout the day whenever you experience fear: This is my instant of releasing you (name) and myself from a fearful world. Together, we can join in seeing a loving world.

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Lesson 4

What I see without  is a reflection of what I have first seen within my own mind. I always project onto the world the thoughts, feelings and attitudes which preoccupy me. I can see the world differently today by changing my mind about what I want to see.

Repeat throughout the day whenever you are tempted to see yourself as victimized: Only my loving thoughts are real. It is only these I would have in this situation (specify) or with this person (specify).

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Lesson 3

I recognize today that my attack thoughts about others are really directed against myself. When I believe that attacking others brings me something I want, let me remember that I always attack myself first. I do not wish to hurt myself again today.

Throughout the day when you are tempted to hurt yourself with attack thoughts, say with determination: I want to experience peace of mind right now. I happily let go of all attack thoughts and choose peace instead.

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If I want peace, I will be concerned only about giving. If I want conflict, I will be concerned with trying to get something or evaluating why I am not getting it.

Ask yourself the following question about every communication: Is this communication loving to the other person and to myself? (Do this daily.)


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