What’s Your Perception

What’s Your Perception

Startled! Unsettled! Are you resisting what Is ?The desire to fix something, change the picture, is a clue to ask —who am I being now ? What shows-up as a problem is a matter of perception. All living is reflective of your thinking, your perception of the world...
REACHING ACROSS WHAT TABLE?  THE VIEW IS YOUR OWN

REACHING ACROSS WHAT TABLE? THE VIEW IS YOUR OWN

The main issue with the idea of “reaching across the table” is the belief that there is anything outside of One, that there are issues or even a table to be across, or someone “out there” with opposing views, threats, disease or anything...
Considering Mind

Considering Mind

I recall participating in a fabulous IMS teleconference, in which we studied Practice Not Profession by Margaret Laird, in its entirety, over five sessions. On page 47 of that paper, Mrs. Laird writes, “No individual has a mind that can hate.” That...
Let It Be!

Let It Be!

What is this thing called “practice” that we, as Metaphysical Scientists, are supposed to do?  Practice what? I always thought to practice was to do over and over until I got it right. If perfection is all there is, what’s to practice?  Is there any...
Living Is Not A Second-Hand Experience!

Living Is Not A Second-Hand Experience!

 I first came across the term “unlived life” in Margaret Laird’s 1956 Laird Letters, and have seldom, if ever, seen her use it elsewhere. Like much of her writing, that curious word juxtaposition reeled me in: What is an “unlived life?” I...
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