B. and you need considerable clarification of the channel role T 1 B 36i T(26)26
this one. There is, however, considerable clarification of this concept, whichT 2 A 4 T(63) 63
trying to get through against considerable opposition, because you are not T 2 E 6 T(101)100
the result was not only considerable and totally unnecessary planning on T 3 A 24 T(126)125
of mind has led to considerable confusion because the mind IS T 3 F 6 T(153)152
though it has resulted in considerable ingenuity. It is noteworthy, howeverT 3 G 7 T(160)159
the words are open to considerable misinterpretation. This is avoided, howeverT 3 G 11 T(162)161
also use the term with considerable fear and believe that judgment T 3 H 8 T(176)C 3
students are apt to suffer considerable perceptual distortion because of theirT 4 B 37 T(196)C 23
already credited the ego with considerable ingenuity, though not with creativenessT 4 C 27 T(207)C 34
the latter. There is, however, considerable confusion about what these categoriesM 11 A 1 M(28)
possess another. Since this is considerably less dangerous, though still incorrectT 2 C 13 T(92)91
to his thought-system would be considerably MORE fearful to him than T 8 K 2 T(382)- 209
of the applications may vary considerably, but the central idea should W 46 L 6 W(82)
single it out for special consideration. Think about it briefly but W 74 L 4 W(144)
L 8. Your next consideration is the one on which W 133 L 8 W(278)
individual need becomes the chief consideration. M 17 A 4 M 17 A 3 M(41)
is irrelevant. The only important consideration is how they are used M 26 A 3 M(60)
interval, by definition, the ordinary considerations of time and space do T 3 B 1 T(130)129
of a delaying maneuver. Theological considerations as such are necessarily controversialU 1 A 2 U(1)
(add for 21. HS considered changing iron to steel. Correction T 1 B 21b T(6)-6-
more meaningful if it is considered on a vertical rather than T 1 B 40z T(42)42
with ancillary defenses, to be considered later. For example, dejection, whichT 2 A 7 T(64)64
use of the defense BE considered real, because otherwise it cannot T 3 A 7 T(120) 119
13. Have you REALLY considered how many opportunities you have T 4 E 13 T(216)C 43
means that alternatives have been considered, and ONE has been chosen T 6 G 10 T(296)C 123
insistent. Have you ever seriously considered the distorting power of somethingT 8 H 9 T(372)C 199
mind, and you have not considered what it must be. Yet T 9 I 6 T(408)- 235
brought to reason, to be considered sensible or not. T T 24 B 1 T(839)658
few subjects, honestly and carefully considered in each of the five W 24 L 3 W(40)
your awareness, each to be considered for a moment and then W 31 L 3 W(52)
course. Yet after we have considered just what the egos W 71 L 1 W(134)
final choice until you had considered all of them in time W 133 L 4 W(277)
is illusion, not to be considered more than but a dream W 183 L 2 W(394)
many reservations, then to be considered seriously more and more, and W 284 L 1 W(532)
rare that it cannot be considered a realistic goal. If it M 27 A 3 M(62)
35. (I had been considering calling B rather ambivalently, and T 3 A 35 T(128)127
one no longer exists. In considering the body as the focus T 3 C 34 T(142)141
ego, then, we are NOT considering dynamics, but delusions. We can T 10 F 4 T(433) 260
the results of YOUR interpretation, considering honestly what they have beenT 16 C 8 T(606)433
follow any particular order in considering them, though each one should W 50 R1 2 W(90)
a minute or two to considering your function, and the happiness W 62 L 5 W(114)
which you should devote to considering this if you can close W 63 L 4 W(116)
1. Today we are considering the will that you share W 73 L 1 W(141)
So we begin today considering the choice that time was W 138 L 7 W(301)
the future. For no-one who considers himself as DESERVING hell, can T 15 B 5 T(564)391
acceptable, and even NATURAL. No-one considers it bizarre to love and T 16 F 2 T(616)443
I now believe. The exercises consist, as before, in searching your W 10 L 4 W(17)
The exercises for today consist in reminding yourselves throughout the W 20 L 4 W(34)
as possible. The shorter applications consist of repeating the idea slowlyW 32 L 5 W(53)
6. The shorter exercises consist of repeating the idea as W 37 L 6 W(61)
practice period might, for example, consist of the following: I am W 40 L 3 W(67)
The shorter applications may consist either of a repetition of W 46 L 7 W(82)
to be one. His qualifications consist solely in this; somehow, somewhere M 2 A 1 M(3)
vary. But healing itself IS consistence, because ONLY consistence is conflict-freeT 7 F 6 T(320)C 147
itself IS consistence, because ONLY consistence is conflict-free, and only theT 7 F 6 T(320)C 147
laws. But if healing IS consistence, it CANNOT be inconsistently understoodT 7 F 8 T(320)C 147
be inconsistently understood. Understanding MEANS consistence, because GOD means consistence. AndT 7 F 8 T(320)C 147
MEANS consistence, because GOD means consistence. And because that IS His T 7 F 8 T(320)C 147
more reliable it is, because consistency always held up better mathematicallyT 1 B 37u T(33)33
a means of estimating INTERNAL consistency, rests. T 1 B T 1 B 37v T(33)33
a very important dimension. Internal consistency criteria disregard time, because theT 1 B 37w T(33)33
use both, by establishing internal consistency AND stability over time. YouT 1 B 37x T(33)33
an example of the foolish consistency his own false beliefs have T 1 B 42b T(54)54
adheres. Every thought-system has INTERNAL consistency, and this does provide aT 4 C 24 T(206)C 33
His Voice AND ITS PERFECT CONSISTENCY, it MUST dawn on your T 6 G 8 T(295)122
will occur. Here, then, your consistency is called on DESPITE chaos T 6 H 5 T(299)C 126
DESPITE chaos. But chaos and consistency CANNOT coexist for long, because T 6 H 5 T(299)C 126
only way you can LEARN consistency, so that you can finally T 7 C 10 T(309)C 136
consistent. What can the perfect consistency of the Kingdom MEAN to T 7 C 10 T(309)C 136
ARE your evaluations of His consistency. When you are inconsistent, you T 9 E 2 T(396) 223
will not always recognize HIS consistency. What you offer to your T 9 E 2 T(396) 223
faith in creation. In this consistency, lies His holiness, which He T 14 G 15 T(562)- 389
T 20 H. The Consistency of Means and End (N T 20 H 0 T(755)578
of unholiness. BECAUSE of this consistency, the means remain unquestioned whileT 20 H 5 T(756)579
have some aspects which belie consistency, but do not seem to W 152 L 4 W(321)
It is this which gives consistency to what you see. Change W 181 L 2 W(388)
the outcome of honest learning, consistency of thought and full transfer M 5 B 8 M(11)
say. The term actually means consistency. There is nothing you say M 5 C 1 M(12)
course is directed. Here alone consistency becomes possible because here aloneU 1 A 2 U(1)
condemnation. Even in this, complete consistency is not required, for one P 3 C 1 P(5)
It is unstable, but perfectly consistent, i.e., it does not T 1 B 41b T(44)44
within ITSELF it is perfectly consistent. Since it contains NOTHING BUT T 1 B 41b T(44)44
in providing you with the consistent strength you need to get T 1 B 41i T(46)46
Together, the conditions needed for consistent miracle-mindedness, the state in whichT 1 C 5 T(55)55
have not learned to be consistent about this as yet. I T 2 B 38 T(78)78
HIS readiness, but maintains a consistent trust in MINE. (Errors of T 2 C 16 T(93)92
to do so. This produces consistent behavior, but entails great strain T 2 D 10 T(98)97
treating others in which ONLY consistent courtesy, even in very little T 3 A 29 T(127)126
You, B, have not made consistent efforts to change your mind T 4 E 10 T(215)C 42
nobody, including yourself, is WORTH consistent effort. T 4 E T 4 E 11 T(216)C 43
of sleep. You were not consistent in teaching it, but you T 6 F 16 T(292)119
and therefore does NOT perceive consistent minds in others, making him T 6 G 4 T(294)121
He keeps the Kingdom perfectly consistent and perfectly unified. T T 6 H 1 T(298)C 125
YOURSELVES. He would hardly be consistent if He allowed you to T 6 H 3 T(298)C 125
extent, this one calls for CONSISTENT EFFORT AGAINST IT. T T 6 H 4 T(299)C 126
memory, because it CANNOT be consistent UNLESS it is remembered. T 7 C 9 T(309)C 136
that you can finally BE consistent. What can the perfect consistency T 7 C 10 T(309)C 136
the Holy Spirits perfectly consistent teaching. Creation, not separation, IST 7 G 15 T(329)156
identification, which never had a consistent model, and never developed consistentlyT 7 I 7 T(336)C 163
are ALWAYS fair, and PERFECTLY consistent. BY giving, you receive. But T 8 K 13 T(385) 212
thought system. Each is internally consistent, but they are diametrically opposedT 10 A 1 T(419)- 246
that, BECAUSE of the mistake, consistent truth must be meaningless. The T 10 F 15 T(437)- 264
step, then, is obvious. If consistent truth is meaningless, INCONSISTENCY mustT 10 F 15 T(437)- 264
carefully, and its witnesses ARE consistent. The case for insanity IS T 10 F 17 T(438)265
though severely impaired, is completely consistent. T 11 E 2 T 11 E 1 T(463)- 290
impressive, but which lack ANY consistent sense when they are put T 14 F 9 T(556)- 383
until you have become such consistent learners THAT YOU LEARN ONLY T 15 A 1 T(563)- 390
in it that is not consistent. The SEEMING inconsistencies, or parts T 20 H 1 T(755)578
body. Is this not perfectly consistent with the goal of holiness T 20 H 4 T(756)579
L 1. Perception is consistent. What you see reflects your W 130 L 1 W(266)
one you see is quite consistent from the point of view W 130 L 6 W(267)
what you see. Perception is consistent with your choice, and hell W 130 L 10 W(268)
This Self alone is perfectly consistent in Its thoughts; knows Its W 170 R5 4 W(381)
hesitate to give as much consistent effort as you can to W 194 L 6 W(433)
however, does not deviate. Being consistent it is wholly honest. Being M 5 J 2 M(16)
another time. Nor can any consistent criteria for determining what these M 11 A 1 M(28)
that does it remain wholly consistent because only that can BE U 1 A 3 U(1)
because only that can BE consistent. U 1 A 4 U 1 A 3 U(1)
certain wholly sure and with consistent grasp of what the world G 1 A 2 G(1)