Apr 10Liked by Sean Reagan

Just cogitating: It's interesting: Spirit doesn't know separation, but the world thinks it knows it, and both wants and hates it, thus making it appear "real." I've lived a long time already and the older I get the more I recognize that I have "separated" from many, many people in the sense of not being being physically around them any more. This is not a source of sadness or regret. Some of those people I would enjoy seeing again, but there are a lot of them that I don't have any wish to be near. And yet I don't *feel* separated from any of them. I believe the Course when it says there is no such thing as separation. We are One and always have been and always will be. Whew. That's a relief! At that level there's no question of "like," or "attract," or "reject" or joining bodies; there's only love that demands nothing as compared to the worldly push to "fix" separation--which idea only reinforces the false idea that separation exists.Not to mention it has left a lot of dead bodies behind it, such as domestic abuse victims. I love my (bodily) separated friends, even those at whom I was angry, or who'd had their fill of me, but I guess my point is that we can relax; we don't have to have lunch and hash it all out.

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Feb 11Liked by Sean Reagan

Thank you so much Sean, the following quote by you made my heart leap bc I often times forget “his promise.” “remember that God does not create in pieces. There is one creation. Remembering this is what miracles are.” 🙌💕

I live in South Jersey in a very crowded area just outside of Philly. I’m not a big sports fan but I have to tell ya that the energy here is electric with the Eagles headed to the Superbowl. I notice that everyone is smiling, no longer caring what each others political views are, or if you’re black, white, LBTQ, wealthy, poor ect. We’re all United.

But then you realize that there is the villain, the other team. Not unlike 9/11 when we seemed United as a country and we seemed kinder to one another. But again there was a villian.

It’s a desire to feel oneness, sameness. So you’re quote “God doesn’t create in pieces” really hit home for me that we already are. Thank you for reminding me. Much love for you and your messages.

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Feb 7Liked by Sean Reagan

Love the comment 'our ego's goal is to destroy peace but leave our desire for peace in tact', or rather your explanation of why this is so significant ... 'if we are seeking peace and feeling a lack of peace, then we are denying the truth - that we are it. We are peace.

How does one avoid the common language 'l am hungry', 'l am tired' etc, whereby the language used reinforces the very thing we are trying to learn - that we are not bodies, so we can't be sick, tired etc?

Thank you.

Bless you.


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Feb 6Liked by Sean Reagan

I’m very new to this site and not quite sure how I found this site. I believe the Holy Spirit guides us where we need to be.

I enjoyed reading this and what resonated with and clarified for me was from Review IX Introduction:

I am not a body. I am free. For I am still as God created me.

Thank you for this post. I’m looking forward to reading your previous posts.

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Feb 6Liked by Sean Reagan

I just love the simplicity and clarity of this post, Sean. And it's beautifully written. Thanks, as always. Margaret

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