ACIM Lesson 312 notes.

I see all things as I would have them be.


“I have no purpose for today except to look upon a liberated world, set free from all judgements I have made.”

My first thought from reading this line was that I can change my mind about this world all on my own. Can I change my perception to see what I want – a beautiful, peaceful world?

Perhaps this a judgement too and a liberated world is unexpected – perhaps chaotic?

No judgements.

Can I look upon the world as innocent as I should try to see a child of God? This feels a big test of my trust in God. It is, for me, to first liberate the world, to stop controlling how I think things need to be so I feel safe … and trust God’s world to bloom.

God’s way will be so much better, this I know and can trust in.


“Perception follows judgement.”

The world I see is my creation due to the judgements I lay over everything.

I wish to stop judging. What would life be like then?

“He cannot fail to look upon what Christ would have him see.”

I imagined seeing the natural world as God created and intended it to be seen. And yet, this too is my judgement.

How can I know what Christ would have me see?

I’m all for being present to “share Christ’s love for what he looks upon.” These days, I do feel love within me more as I look at the world and its people.

Perhaps the love I feel is the validation of ‘right’ vision, more so than my mind’s commentary. <3

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.