From The End of Death, Volume Two
Copyright 2017 Nouk Sanchez
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We perceive from a split mind. One half is entirely imaginary and is the part that dissociated its memory from God as Love. Consider this – that everyone here believes they are only half their identity; in addition, they assume that this illusory half is their whole identity.
So when we meet with another and while we still believe them to be “in” a body then we see only the half of them that our half projects. Only our illusory half sees theirs. And this is all we respond to when we perceive anything but Love in another, in the body, the past or the world.
The one whole Mind in which we all share with God is all-encompassing Love and joy without opposite, interruption or end. Yet the imaginary half of our mind perceives fear and all it sees, thinks and feels arises from that foundational belief in an opposite of Love (God) as fear.
Our whole Mind and Identity remain completely unaltered even though we dream we’ve introduced a contrary replacement complete with bodies and a world based on the cruel laws of fear and death, which utterly oppose God’s Laws as Love and life.
This fictitious half which we have mistaken as our “self” represents the split in our one shared mind. When we believe we see someone else and especially when we’re triggered by them it’s always the false half projecting its own denied self-rejection. This half can only witness itself in another; it sees its own imagined sins in another. This occurs each time we are triggered regardless of the range of upset we may feel.
The fact is that any negative reaction we have to another does not come from our Holy Self which is the totality of our one shared Mind with our brothers and God. Our shared and whole Holy Self is total, undivided and unopposed Love. It can only witness itself in others. The self that perceives threat sees myriad dangers that do not exist except as attempts to prove we are separate from each other and God. Those threats can only seem to endanger that which does not exist – the ego.
While we continue to believe we are separate and that we can be harmed by others, the body and the world, we will perceive opposing goals with others. Our separate goals come from a fundamental belief that we can be hurt by others and that we need to keep a gap between us.
Ego believes that our identity and purpose are divided, thus it mistakenly sees everyone else as having a different identity and function. It does not understand that judgment and correction are divisive and further separate us. It fails to accept that if we consistently applied the single, shared function – of forgiveness – it would reveal just one unified Identity and end all conflict and suffering now.
When we prefer to judge or hold grievances against another rather than to forgive, we fragment the only purpose in the world which would end fear, conflict, suffering and death. When we commit to aligning with this most sacred of all functions as forgiveness, it must reveal a single Identity – one which is shared as Love itself. Forgiveness is the vehicle or means by which we come to know our most Holy and guiltless Self. Jesus says that both our Identity and function are the same and by applying our consistent function of forgiveness we will dissolve the fearful half of our mind revealing our whole and healed one Identity as Love itself.
“Identity and function are the same, and by your function do you know yourself.” T-27.II.10:6
Any attempts we undertake to judge/correct another must separate us from each other and our Holy Self. Forgiveness is the one purpose on Earth that leads directly to experiencing our oneness. This is our glorious shared Identity with its never-ending abundance of joyous miracles. Eventually, we will recognize and value the extraordinary healing that forgiveness delivers and we will make it our single priority above all else.
“Salvation (as forgiveness) cannot be the only purpose you hold while you still cherish others. The full acceptance of salvation as your only function necessarily entails two phases; the recognition of salvation as your function, and the relinquishment of all the other goals you have invented for yourself.” W-65.1:4-5
The illusory half of the mind that feels triggered by another always sees it own denied sins in someone else. While in Truth there is no sin, the ego’s existence depends on it to perpetuate its cycle of suffering, separation and death.
Only a denied and therefore projected “sin” could possibly trigger us. It would be impossible to see sin in anyone once we knew with total conviction that we are wholly innocent, wholly guiltless. Only the illusory half of our mind believes unconsciously that it is guilty and deserving of conflict, disease, aging, lack, pain and death.
This half is obsessed with the body as itself. It either worships the body or it despises it. Either way it idolizes it as its “identity” and projects this confusion onto others. Thus it completely denies the Spirit, our one shared Identity.
Furthermore, this delusive half must continue to witness what it has denied in itself – in others. It condemns its own delusion in others by judging, defending or attacking it. All the while the universal principle ensues; that anything we give (project) we always give to our self. Therefore, as we project judgment we end up amassing it for our self. This is how we unintentionally manifest all our seeming problems in our relationships, health, finances and the world.
The world we see is one of conflict. The people we think we see, including those who seemed to victimize us in the past, are merely mirrored projections coming exclusively from the half of our mind that does not exist. And this is why we never see another as they really are, but only as what the imaginary half of our mind wants to see. Do we want to see proof of suffering of separation? Or do we desire to see proof of our unified Identity. It is certain that if we perceive attack anywhere, it must come from the delusional half of our mind.
And this is why if we genuinely desire to heal, then our singular purpose must be to forgive everything we seem to see in others because in doing so, we are literally healing our insane belief that we, our self, are guilty and consequently deserving of punishment and death.
The half of the mind that sees sin or suffering at all – does not exist. Furthermore, the sins it sees in others or self equally do not exist! Think of the countless problems we attempt to solve in the body, our relationships and the world.
Has it ever occurred to you that the one attempting to solve these issues…is the same one that caused them?
And this is why when we commit to forgiveness as our only function, the projected half of our mind that we’re triggered by, must disappear! This is how the split mind heals completely. As it forgives its own imagined and projected sins in others, the body, the past and the world, that dark veil of exclusion is lifted to reveal the one light, the one mind we share – our singular Identity as Love and joy.
Our whole Identity is revealed as we “close the gap” with others. Our whole Identity is revealed to the degree the delusional half of our mind is cleaned and cleared by forgiveness. This is our highest most revered function since the beginning of time. Actually, this is our only purpose. When this becomes our singular priority the veil of terror is lifted and the body itself is also freed from our destructive projections. Now the body is sanctified and healed because its singular purpose is restored; which is to serve the healed Mind.
Only in someone else can you be healed because only in someone else can you forgive yourself…
“It is impossible to forgive another, for it is only your sins you see in him. You want to see them there, and not in you. That is why forgiveness of another is an illusion. Yet it is the only happy dream in all the world; the only one that does not lead to death. Only in someone else can you forgive yourself, for you have called him guilty of your sins, and in him must your innocence now be found”. S-2.I.4:1-6
When we are triggered and then tempted to judge someone:
“When you react at all to errors, you are not listening to the Holy Spirit.”… “When a brother behaves insanely, you can heal him only by perceiving the sanity in him (the Son of God). If you perceive his errors and accept them, you are accepting yours. If you want to give yours over to the Holy Spirit, you must do this with his (errors). Unless this becomes the one way in which you handle all errors, you cannot understand how all errors are undone.”
“To perceive errors in anyone, and to react to them as if they were real, is to make them real to you. You will not escape paying the price for this, not because you are being punished for it, but because you are following the wrong guide and will therefore lose your way.
“Your brother’s errors are not of him, any more than yours are of you. Accept his errors as real, and you have attacked yourself. If you would find your way and keep it, see only truth (of your brother) beside you for you walk together.” T-9.III.4:1,4,6:7,7:3
We will eventually open our heart to accept unequivocally that forgiveness is the only form of correction we want, especially when we’re tempted to correct (judge) a brother. It is our sole purpose. Everything is healed and joyous once we accept this with relief. And this is when we will come to recognize with great gratitude that forgiveness and correction are the same. Forgiveness is the only form of correction that leads to unified perception and our welcomed experience of incorruptible innocence, joy and uninterrupted Love.
For the forgiveness process, go to: The Seven Essential Principles of Quantum Forgiveness: https://nouksanchez.com/nouks-blog/the-seven-essential-principles-in-quantum-forgiveness/
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