The End of Death, Volume 1; blog reference
The End of Death, Volume 1; copyright 2014

Because of our deeply unconscious fear of God (Love), we tend to carry that same fear over to the Christ. We don’t realize any disdain we might have for Jesus as the Christ is yet another manifestation of our own unconscious self-hatred. The real Christ dwells within, so our rejection of Jesus is a rejection of the Christ within, our Holy Self. Any negative reaction we have toward Jesus is a call for crucifixion of our self.

A good indication our own self-attack process is coming to a close, is that we’ll find we no longer desire to edit Jesus out of our life. The closer we allow Him into our awareness, the more willingly we accept our own guiltlessness. And with this allowance, our sense of worthlessness and threat disappear, replaced by a growing experience of joy and inner security. In effect, we begin to take Jesus down from the cross within our own hearts. In doing so we also forgive the Christ within, the Self we’ve been trying to crucify over and over again, throughout our human existence.

As we heal and accept the Christ within as our true Self, the imaginary gap between our self and the Christ closes. There is only one Holy Self. We discover this for our self through forgiveness of everyone and everything we seemingly see. Later, we clearly recognize with great relief that all our forgiveness was purely forgiveness of our own mistaken self. We forgive it for having used our body, others, situations, the world and God. We used it all to attack our self with the aim of remaining locked within a chaotic dream of suffering and death.

The following quote is from Jesus in A Course in Miracles:

“Let me be to you the symbol of the end of guilt, and look upon your brother as you would look on me. Forgive me all the sins you think the Son of God committed. And in the light of your forgiveness he will remember who he is, and forget what never was. I ask for your forgiveness, for if you are guilty, so must I be. But if I surmounted guilt and overcame the world, you were with me.” T-19.IV.B.6:1-5

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