When you can reach your memory of who you truly are, your troubles with confidence building end. Your depths at the core beyond inner conflict teach you how valuable you are to the world, and that feeling great about yourself is alignment with the universal laws of life.
Laws cannot be helpful unless they are communicated and therefore understood. Laws must be translated for those who speak different languages.
A good translator must alter the form of what he translates, while being careful not to change the meaning.
In The Master of Everything we see why…The whole purpose is to change the form so that the original meaning is retained.
I mean that being certain in what you want is confidence building if you can see that the Holy Spirit—the inner divine Guide in each of us because we’re whole, is our Translator of the universal laws of life, or we may say, Law of God, for those who don’t understand them.
A Course in Miracles states, “When you ask the Universal Giver for what you do not want, you are asking for what cannot be given because it was never created.”
Due to the inner conflict in our minds that keeps us from confidence building, we cannot be who we are or attain what we truly want while being faithful to inner conflict.
We would end up changing the meaning of the universal laws of life to preserve the form based on what we were taught to believe.
Keep in mind that the Holy Spirit’s purpose in translating is exactly the opposite to that of this world.
He translates only to preserve the original meaning in all respects and in all projections of understanding, in any language—domestic, foreign, or even slang.
He opposes the idea that differences in form are meaningful, emphasizing always that these differences don’t matter.
The Universal laws of life don’t involve teaching us the truth, but does teach confidence building so that we operate by the truth.
Creation is truth and is what we are.
You are what you are, and learning this is not necessary to know this fact.
However, when humanity separated its thought from God and developed its own thought system, there was no choice but to become a learner as a necessity for survival.
In book 2 the sequel, Mastering Your Own Spiritual Freedom we deeply explore…This “necessity” survives today. Could this be why we are considered to be “creatures of habit”?
Why is it we never question the connection between learning something new and memory? How can we learn without a memory?
This is why the Holy Spirit teaches us confidence building in His Lessons for remembering, and in forgetting.
But the forgetting part of His Lessons is only to make the remembering consistent.
Why do you suppose you can’t remember God, let’s say, as in before you were born? The answer is because you’re not able to forget the ego in order that you truly can remember who you are.
Yes, confidence building is in detaching yourself from the ego mind and operating from who you truly are within.
A Course in Miracles further states, “You do not recognize the enormous waste of energy you expend in denying truth.”
We can’t possibly understand the Holy Spirit’s translations while we’re involved in the conflict of two different ways of interpreting them.
Our ego-based thought system by which we live surely conflicts with real, unseparated thought, which is the thought system of certainty and confidence building the Holy Spirit uses.
Therefore, we must surrender one in order to understand the other. This is truly the only way we can learn to be consistent in truth, so that we can once and for all be certain about ourselves.
Whatever we appreciate extends its value.
If you are operating from the thought system that confuses you and keeps you indecisive, how can confidence building begin and what then can the perfect consistency of Heaven mean for you?
If we maintain the ego—that ever fearful and doubting aspect in us all, as our direction, we experience confusion and have zero confidence in how we interpret certain things, because we try to dissect them rather than appreciate them.
Whenever you operate from being certain, certainty has no confusion, because there’s only one certain meaning.
One thing for certain is that your body cannot extend; but it can project an image of itself.
A thought, however, if it is real—which means external and not of time—infinitely extends and rests on its idea.
It’s the Idea of Creation, which is whole and never separated—that is, it is of your real life.
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