A Course in Miracles Experiment (by Pam Grout) Day 147

Perception is flawed by its very nature.

What the heck does that mean?

It means that our internal filters build up with gunk as we get older, exactly like the air filter on your A\C unit.  Have you changed that thing lately?

We just switched ours out for a clean one, and let me tell you the old one was filled with dust, grime, assorted bugs, and a couple of spots were completely unidentifiable.

Our brains build up layers of attitude, of self-protectiveness, of ego-driven  ideas about the human beings we come into contact with.  But it’s just gunk on the filter!

The only thing that gets us out of that stale, smelly dungeon in our heads is a change of filters.  You can’t just change a piece of it, though.  Doing that gives you only a momentary respite.  You have to pull out the whole thing and install a new one, in order to make any lasting change.

The new filter has to be made up of new layers – love, forgiveness, caring, sharing, gratitude.  These filter elements will clear the way for a true shift in your consciousness, and will change your perspective completely.

Like the astronauts who’ve had an epiphany in space – you’ll suddenly see a connectivity that wasn’t visible before.  When you put love first, everything else falls into its proper place.

Want to really change the world?  Check out this free course from the Institute of Noetic Science on Consciousness, Communication and Change (link below).  It’s all about making a difference!

https://elearning.noetic.org/users/checkout/auth/signup
Have an extraordinary day today!

Photo by NASA, courtesy of Unsplash

With Grace and Gratitude, 

LeslieAnne

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