“Each of us is responsible for what we choose to think. If I identify only with my body, then I’m identifying with my weakness and will interpret the world in a way that fortifies my sense of weakness; but if I identify with the Christ, I am identifying with my strength and will interpret the world in a way that fortifies my sense of strength.
Whether my crucifixion is in the area of health, relationships, money and career, or anything else does not matter. The crucifixion takes many different forms but the resurrection is formless. There is only one real problem and one real answer. God’s Answer is the same no matter the particularity of the problem.
In any situation, as I remove my barriers to love I invoke the miraculous power of God to transform it.
Crucifixion is the energy pattern by which the ego seeks to ruin our lives. Resurrection is the return to love and thus the overriding of ego.
That is why love is always the answer. It doesn’t necessarily feel that in any situation the question “Who do I need to forgive?” is relevant to the exercise of my power and the return of deep sanity.
But it is. Only when I am in a state of pure love am I in my power, for only that is the power of God. And from that, all miracles follow.”
Tears to Triumph