DEATHLESS...................5
will have looked upon the deathless IN YOURSELF, and you will T 11 H 16 T(476)- 303
is YOURS. For it is deathless, and within it lies the T 19 J 8 T(724)548
impossible has happened. Here the deathless come to die; the all-encompassingT 29 I 6 T(1010)824
kill. Are you a Spirit, deathless, and without the promise of T 31 F 6 T(1062)876
and always will remain the deathless sound of loving and of G 5 A 2 G(13)
 
 DEBASED.....................5
into unreality. Fantasy is a debased form of vision. Visions and T 1 B 41r T(47)47
The term spirit is profoundly debased in this context, but it T 1 C 14 T(58)58
you have judged him as debased. When you laugh at yourself T 3 H 6 T(176)C 3
you cannot tolerate being more debased THAN others. All of this T 3 H 6 T(176)C 3
desirable or undesirable, grandiose or debased. All of them are equally W 35 L 4 W(57)
 
 DEBASEMENT..................1
All forms of self image debasement are FUNDAMENTAL perceptual distortions. TheyT 1 B 36g T(25)25
 
 DEBATABLE...................1
worth. This point IS NOT DEBATABLE except in delusions. Your ego T 4 B 21 T(193)C 20
 
 DEBILITATING................2
miracle-impulses to sexual impulses was debilitating in the first place, becauseT 1 B 41w T(49)49
any ability which is so debilitating should be so deeply cherished T 3 H 7 T(176)C 3
 
 DEBRIS......................1
has been cleared of the debris which darkens it. W W 9 L 2 W(15
 
 DEBT........................7
G 9. Your great debt to each other is something T 4 G 9 T(226)C 53
It is exactly the same debt that you owe to me T 4 G 9 T(226)C 53
that he can pay his debt, by bringing happiness to both T 18 F 7 T(675)- 572
you OWE each other, the debt of gratitude you offer to T 19 L 12 T(731)555
to be a pledge of debt to be repaid with more W 105 L 2 W(210)
And as we pay the debt we owe to truth ? a W 323 L 2 W(575)
we owe to truth ? a debt which merely is the letting W 323 L 2 W(575)
 
 DEC.........................3
W(258) Dec. 8, 1969 Lesson 127 W 127 L 0 W(258)
W(263) Dec. 23, 1969 Lesson 129 W 129 L 0 W(263)
W(546) Dec. 18, 1970 Lesson 297 W 297 L 0 W(546)
 
 DECAY.......................8
capable of COMPLETE corruption and decay. T 19 C 7 T 19 C 6 T(700)524
its orders, proof in his decay that God Himself is powerless T 19 J 6 T(723)547
it joy to look upon decay and madness, and believe this T 24 F 5 T(853)672
and you condemn it to decay and pain. And if you T 24 H 4 T(861)680
and give YOU safety from decay. T 24 H 5 T 24 H 4 T(861)680
must fail and crumble and decay, because a form of death T 29 H 5 T(1007)821
death. For separate fragments must decay and die, but wholeness is M 20 A 4 M(49)
of shock and terror, merciless decay and sickening contortions, with despairG 3 A 2 G(6)
 
 DECAYED.....................1
with gorges filled with things decayed and rotted. To them, such T 19 F 5 T(712)536
 
 DECAYS......................1
lives, to die as it decays and crumbles. For within this W 260 W5 1 W(506)
 
 DECEIT......................9
your Father, in Whom no deceit is possible. T 10 T 10 H 12 T(446)- 273
that, as part of God, deceit in YOU is impossible. When T 10 H 18 T(448)- 275
When you perceive yourself without deceit, you will accept the real T 10 H 18 T(448)- 275
made out of darkness and deceit, for thus are darkness and T 13 I 5 T(537)364
T 14 D. Perception without Deceit (N 1215 9:52) T 14 D 0 T(547)- 374
the perception must be without deceit, for otherwise, it becomes the T 14 D 1 T(547)- 374
answer, clear and plain, beyond deceit in its simplicity. W W 122 L 6 W(245)
another name, nor hidden by deceit of any kind, if it W 333 L 1 W(586)
in honesty. There is no deceit in God. His promises are M 16 A 3 M(40)
 
 DECEITS.....................1
Now I disown self-concepts and deceits and lies about the holy W 248 L 1 W(492)
 
 DECEIVE.....................60
in darkness, but man can deceive himself on this point. This T 1 B 27c T(16)16
means Do not let us deceive ourselves into believing that we T 1 B 40f T(38)38
tragic as the attempt to deceive ones self, because it T 3 G 44 T(172)171
perceived, NOT known. Knowledge cannot deceive, but perception CAN. Man canT 3 I 9 T(182)C 9
to EXCLUDE and therefore to deceive. The Holy Spirit projects by T 6 C 14 T(281)C 108
GOD does. Your deceptions may deceive YOU, but they CANNOT deceive T 8 K 8 T(384)211
deceive YOU, but they CANNOT deceive ME. Knowing what you ARE T 8 K 8 T(384)211
TRUE. Your grandeur will NEVER deceive you, but your illusions ALWAYS T 9 G 7 T(403)230
hear, for God does not deceive. He would have you replace T 9 G 12 T(404)231
Do you believe I would DECEIVE you? The Kingdom of Heaven T 10 H 11 T(446)- 273
YOU. For He will never deceive Gods Son, Whom He T 11 E 4 T(464)- 291
brothers, for though they may deceive themselves, like you they long T 12 C 9 T(490)317
you, because you chose to deceive YOURSELVES. Those who choose to T 13 F 6 T(527)354
it is, and can only DECEIVE yourself. I stand within the T 15 E 5 T(575)- 402
forms, but it cannot long deceive those who will learn that T 15 H 10 T(587)- 414
think you hate your bodies, deceive yourselves. YOU HATE YOUR MINDS T 18 G 2 T(676)503
not attack, but it CAN deceive itself. And this is ALL T 18 G 4 T(677)504
CAN be mistaken; he CAN deceive himself; he can even turn T 19 C 3 T(699)523
it is INNOCENCE that would deceive. PURITY is seen as arrogance T 19 C 4 T(700)524
received as I had asked. Deceive yourself no longer that you T 21 C 2 T(767)589
forms, and so they CAN deceive. You CAN change form BECAUSE T 22 D 7 T(806)626
of the attack on him deceive you. You CANNOT seek to T 23 C 18 T(831)650
of sin from sinners, and deceive with glitter and with guile T 25 H 1 T(886)705
except a devil dressed to deceive, within an angels cloak T 25 I 7 T(893)712
BE possible in trying to deceive the Son of God. T 26 H 12 T(922)748
same is different, you but deceive yourself. What God calls one T 26 H 14 T(922)748
Let not their form deceive you. Idols are but substitutes T 29 I 2 T(1009)823
and the bears did NOT deceive him, broke no rules, nor T 30 E 2 T(1027)841
30 E 5. Appearances deceive BECAUSE they are appearances, and T 30 E 5 T(1028)842
illusions DO? Appearances can but deceive the mind that WANTS to T 30 E 6 T(1028)842
let not your experiences here deceive in retrospect. They were NOT T 30 F 8 T(1032)846
30 I 1. Appearances deceive, BUT CAN BE CHANGED. Reality T 30 I 1 T(1040)854
is changeless. It does not deceive at all. And if you T 30 I 1 T(1040)854
would choose the better to deceive yourself again. This course attempts T 31 D 7 T(1054)868
the form of the decision deceive you. Complexity of form does W 64 L 6 W(118)
wishes can detain us, nor deceive us with an illusion of W 73 L 8 W(142)
Their many forms will not deceive you while you remember this W 80 L 3 W(160)
is simple honesty. Do not deceive yourself about what the problem W 80 L 6 W(161)
asked to give. Do not deceive yourself in this. Unwillingness can W 110 R3 2 W(228)
he try to force delay, deceive himself, and think that it W 131 L 4 W(269)
a thin veneer which could deceive but those who are content W 133 L 9 W(278)
in an unfounded effort to deceive yourself by making an illusion W 134 L 3 W(281)
of all thoughts that would deceive, and let this Thought alone W 140 R4 5 W(312)
while since your senses do deceive. That you believe them to W 151 L 2 W(316)
gift is yours. Would God deceive you? Can His promise fail W 164 L 9 W(361)
he merely asks that he deceive himself no longer by denying W 185 L 11 W(404)
the forms which never can deceive, although they come from Formlessness W 186 L 14 W(409)
distort the truth will not deceive you longer. You will not W 196 L 3 W(438)
it, the world can but deceive? Yet can he learn to W 200 L 7 W(450)
such insane thoughts. But eyes deceive, and ears hear falsely. Now W 240 W3 2 W(484)
made in its striving to deceive itself. Its purpose is to W 250 W4 2 W(495)
God can will that He deceive Himself.

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forever real. The self-deceiving must deceive, for they must teach deceptionM 1 A 5 M(2)
is only the wish to deceive that makes for war. No M 5 C 2 M(12)
this brother who would so deceive himself as to believe Godís M 6 D 3 M(21)
accept as real can but deceive him. But he is safe M 17 A 10 M(43)
is genuine is used to deceive. The Holy Spirit is incapable M 26 A 4 M(61)
asks for death. Would God deceive you? He but asks for S 2 D 1 S(17)
Let not the world deceive you. It was made to G 1 A 3 G(1)
A 4. Does God deceive or does the world? For G 1 A 4 G(1)