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The purpose of all forms of sickness including pain, scarcity and death, is always an unconscious attempt to usurp the Power of God. While believing in the ego’s projection of god, the god of guilt, fear and death, it must then seek to defeat god through claiming us in sickness and death before god does. It’s insane reasoning is that by inflicting all manner of pain, loss, scarcity and death, the ego thus conquers god by beating him to the task of administering our ‘just’ forms of punishment.

None of this madness could possibly occur if only we would realize and release our unconscious fear of God. As revealed earlier in this book, the god we unconsciously fear until exhumed and released, is the ego’s version of god and not by any stretch of the imagination, the God of Love.

We choose sickness, pain and death because we unconsciously believe that they will bring something of value. Namely punishment as victory over god. To the ego, the punishment that we inflict upon ourselves is vastly less painful than the torturous agony that god would certainly inflict upon us, if only he could find us. So within this ego paradigm, all forms of sickness and death are treasured. From the terrified unconscious ego, pain, sickness and death are seen to save us from god’s all-consuming wrath and total annihilation. All attack is self-attack. Therefore to the ego, all forms of sickness and death whether seen in our own body or in the bodies of others, serve to ‘save’ us from certain destruction by god.

When we then attempt to bring the joy-filled message of Jesus into this pain-filled paradigm, can you guess the reaction? If guilt, sickness, pain, scarcity and death are unconsciously deemed as saviors from god’s vicious wrath, then how would Jesus’ message of miraculous healing be received? With terror and dread for the ego. Miracles remove the ego’s defense structures and therefore undo its entire foundation. At the very core of the ego’s foundation, the singular and most revered of all idols, the one that keeps its dream revolving, is the concept of death. The ego’s central dream of death is the last of all treasured ego idols to be released and overcome. Without the concept of death there can be no ego.

Without guilt and sickness the ego has no protection from its illusory god’s wrath, it has no power to usurp its version of god. Jesus’ miracle principle number 24 is:

“Miracles enable you to heal the sick and raise the dead because you made sickness and death yourself, and can therefore abolish both. [You] are a miracle, capable of creating in the likeness of your Creator. Everything else is your own nightmare, and does not exist. Only the creations of light are real.” T-1.I.24.

Yet physical miracles are seen as a real threat and health that is restored through the miracle is perceived as pure blasphemy to the ego. This innate rejection of physical miracles determines the extreme degree of fear of God (Love) that the sleeping world is yet to awaken from. This dreadful fear of healing must be seen first with Spirit and without further judgment before it can be healed. Jesus shares a profound message here…

“Healing is accomplished the instant the sufferer no longer sees any value in pain. Who would choose suffering unless he thought it brought him something, and something of value to him? He must think it is a small price to pay for something of greater worth. For sickness is an election; a decision. It is the choice of weakness, in the mistaken conviction that it is strength. When this occurs, real strength is seen as threat and health as danger. Sickness is a method, conceived in madness, for placing God’s Son on his Father’s throne. God is seen as outside, fierce and powerful, eager to keep all power for Himself. Only by His death can He be conquered by His Son.” M-5.I.1.          

“And what, in this insane conviction, does healing stand for? It symbolizes the defeat of God’s Son and the triumph of his Father over him. It represents the ultimate defiance in a direct form which the Son of God is forced to recognize. It stands for all that he would hide from himself to protect his “life.” If he is healed, he is responsible for his thoughts. And if he is responsible for his thoughts, he will be killed to prove to him how weak and pitiful he is. But if he chooses death himself, his weakness is his strength. Now has he given himself what God would give to him, and thus entirely usurped the throne of his Creator.” M-5.I.2.            

Before we can truly heal our unconscious fear of Love (God), we need to look at our own unconscious defenses against Love. Please read the following article:  ARE YOU FEARFUL OF GOD (LOVE)? which includes an exercise that helps to unearth our hidden fears of God. The ‘god’ we fear is the ego’s projection of god and not the true and Loving God that dwells within us all. In my experience, we will not wholeheartedly trust in God’s Love and open to miracles while the ego’s god of fear remains unseen and un-relinquished.

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