Minds Are Joined = No Private Thoughts
March 27, 2014, 9:32 pm
Filed under: Human Potential

I have not read this far into ACIM, but I have felt before that people can sense things, read between the lines. It’s important to me to be more bare, less indirect, which can happen unintentionally, UNCONSCIOUSLY for us humans. Good thing we get lots of chances and love and grace/undoing–no karma.


ACIM Workbook Lesson 19 – for Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Affirmation:  “I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts.”

Selected Passage:

“Today we are again emphasizing the fact that minds are joined.  This is rarely a wholly welcome idea at first, since it seems to carry with it an enormous sense of responsibility, and may even be regarded as an ‘invasion of privacy.’  Yet it is a fact that there are no private thoughts.  (WB30)”


Today’s lesson is, with minor exceptions, a concept that was introduced in the lesson for yesterday.  The added fact of “responsibility” is the new contribution.  We may be prone to become fearful when we realize that our thoughts have such power.  But Jesus assures us elsewhere that indeed our minds are very creative, that our minds never sleep.  He says that he knows that we do not believe this now, and…

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Yea for sure, telepathy is a very real thing for those who are sensitive and conscious to the world around them.

Comment by MindfuLust

No, I think average people can see through what we say, we just learn not to trust instinct. Just because we don’t trust it doesn’t mean it goes away. The book that this post refers to is very spiritual and it literally is saying that are minds are joined, that nothing is private. I’ve heard people say they feel others’ feelings and I believe this is possible because we are all one, as this book referred to says. I feel things sometimes that I think may come from others, but I also believe we create our own reality, as this book also says, so…

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