V. Healing and the Changelessness of Mind, P 10
10 You cannot forget the Father because I am with you, and I cannot forget Him. To forget me is to forget yourself and Him Who created you. Our brothers are forgetful. That is why they need your remembrance of me and of Him Who created me. Through this remembrance, you can change their minds about themselves, as I can change yours. Your mind is so powerful a light that you can look into theirs and enlighten them, as I can enlighten yours. I do not want to share my body in communion because this is to share nothing. Would I try to share an illusion with the most holy children of a most holy Father? Yet I do want to share my mind with you because we are of one Mind, and that Mind is ours. See only this Mind everywhere, because only this is everywhere and in everything. It is everything because it encompasses all things within itself. Blessed are you who perceive only this, because you perceive only what is true.
“Your mind is so powerful a light that you can look into theirs and enlighten them, as I can enlighten yours.” By this time in the Text and in the Daily Lessons, it should be obvious that my mind, my true mind is powerful. I am spirit, not body, and my mind is part of the Mind that is one with all. I live in God. Now Jesus is reminding me again that my mind is powerful, so powerful in fact that I can enlighten others as he enlightens me.
The way this seems to work is that as I allow my mind to be healed I begin to remember who I am and so I remember who my brother is. My remembrance becomes their remembrance. My mind is illuminated and so I illuminate my brother. Jesus is helping me change my mind about myself and I help my brother change his mind about himself by knowing the truth about him.
I am beginning to remember that I am not the body and the world I see does not exist. I am mind within Mind and all that exists is encompassed within this Mind. As I turn my attention from ego, disregard all things ego, the only thing left to see in my self and in my brother is our holiness. Would I hold onto his ego, choose to believe in his errors, rather than to know him as he is? Because if I do, I throw away my remembrance of my Self as well.