Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 3

Section 18 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? page 47, paragraph 3 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? 3. Anger but screeches, “Guilt is real!” ²Reality is blotted out as this insane belief is taken as replacement for God’s Word. ³The body’s eyes now “see”; its ears alone can “hear.” ⁴Its little space and tiny breath become the measureContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 3”

Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 2

Section 18 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? page 47, paragraph 2 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? 2. God’s teachers’ major lesson is to learn how to react to magic thoughts wholly without anger. ²Only in this way can they proclaim the truth about themselves. ³Through them, the Holy Spirit can now speak of the reality of theContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 2”

Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 1

Section 18 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? page 47, paragraph 1 HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? 1. Correction of a lasting nature,—and only this is true correction,—cannot be made until the teacher of God has ceased to confuse interpretation with fact, or illusion with truth. ²If he argues with his pupil about a magic thought, attacks it,Continue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 18 . . HOW IS CORRECTION MADE? . . . . . . . page 47 paragraph 1”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 46 paragraph 9

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 46, paragraph 9 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 9. Madness but seems terrible. ²In truth it has no power to make anything. ³Like the magic which becomes its servant, it neither attacks nor protects. ⁴To see it and to recognize itsContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 46 paragraph 9”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 46 paragraph 8

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 46, paragraph 8 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 8. Into this hopeless situation God sends His teachers. ²They bring the light of hope from God Himself. ³There is a way in which escape is possible. ⁴It can be learned and taught,Continue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 46 paragraph 8”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 7

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 45, paragraph 7 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 7. But what will now be your reaction to all magic thoughts? ²They can but reawaken sleeping guilt, which you have hidden but have not let go. ³Each one says clearly to yourContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 7”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 6

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 45, paragraph 6 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 6.How can this unfair battle be resolved? ²Its ending is inevitable, for its outcome must be death. ³How, then, can one believe in one’s defenses? ⁴Magic again must help. ⁵Forget the battle. ⁶AcceptContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 6”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 5

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 45, paragraph 5 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 5. Anger in response to perceived magic thoughts is a basic cause of fear. ²Consider what this reaction means, and its centrality in the world’s thought system becomes apparent. ³A magic thought, byContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 45 paragraph 5”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 44 paragraph 4

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 44, paragraph 4 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 4. Perhaps it will be helpful to remember that no one can be angry at a fact. ²It is always an interpretation that gives rise to negative emotions, regardless of their seeming justificationContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 44 paragraph 4”

Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 44 paragraph 3

Section 17 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? page 44, paragraph 3 HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? 3. It is easiest to let error be corrected where it is most apparent, and errors can be recognized by their results. ²A lesson truly taught can lead to nothing but release forContinue reading “Manual for Teachers: Section 17 . . HOW DO GOD’S TEACHERS DEAL WITH MAGIC THOUGHTS? . . . . . . . . . . . page 44 paragraph 3”