Garden of Eden, which is described as a literal garden in T 2 A 4 T(63) 63
procedure, which has already been described as the proper use of T 2 E 50 T(113)112
remember that its constructive use, described above, is hardly a REAL T 3 A 10 T(121)120
special interest about the events described below, EXCEPT their typical natureT 3 A 15 T(123)122
mental illness can truthfully be described as an expression of viciousness T 3 G 27 T(166)165
error of the psychotherapist we described in some detail before, and T 3 I 3 T(181)C 8
the Guide. He is also described as something separate, apart from T 5 B 6 T(235)C 62
Nor could they have described my reactions to Judas Iscariot T 6 B 16 T(276)C 103
be EXPERIENCED. It cannot be described and it cannot be explained T 8 F 12 T(362)C 189
so profound it cannot BE described, the Holy Spirit waits in T 22 G 2 T(813)632
remember then can never be described. Yet your forgiveness offers it W 122 L 8 W(245)
be meaningful. It is therefore described in the course AS IF U 2 A 2 U(2)
The Holy Spirit is described throughout the course as giving U 7 A 2 U(11)
The Holy Spirit is described as the remaining communication link U 7 A 3 U(11)
consequence. These tendencies are often described as self-destructive, and the patientP 2 A 3 P(2)
learning, this state cannot be described. The stages necessary to its S 1 C 10 S(7)
Todays idea accurately describes the way anyone who holds W 22 L 1 W(37)
establishes your identity, and it describes you as you must really W 35 L 3 W(57)
Todays idea accurately describes you as God created you W 95 L 1 W(185)
is merely another way of describing how it originated. This is T 4 C 19 T(204)C 31
he was very accurate in describing its effects. Whatever you accept T 5 G 6 T(255)C 82
belong to it, you are describing WHAT YOU DO NOT KNOW T 7 J 9 T(340)C 167
3. Another way of describing the goals you now perceive W 25 L 3 W(42)
will look back at the description of the EFFECTS of Revelation T 1 B 24g T(14)14
to themselves. Jean Dixons description is perhaps a better statement T 1 B 40ab T(43)43
use of sex. Freuds description is purely NEGATIVE, i.e T 1 B 41v T(48)48
following is the only detailed description which need be written down T 3 A 15 T(123)122
have enjoyed Bill Fs description of Zanvils caricaturing of T 3 A 28 T(127)126
your image is a good description of the power of perception T 3 G 5 T(160)159
Chesterton wrote an excellent description of Cervantes and his perceptionT 4 A 8 T(187)?23
would not have preferred this description himself. His ego was a T 4 C 15 T(202)C 29
receiving and sending channel, a description I once gave you symbolically T 4 G 8 T(226)C 53
this statement immediately with a description of the inevitable outcomes ofT 7 C 5 T(307)C 134
have heard a very similar description earlier. But it was NOT T 22 B 2 T(797)617a
of your upset, using the description of the feeling in whatever W 5 L 1 W(8)
and so on, using whatever descriptive terms happen to occur to W 12 L 3 W(20)
for the various kinds of descriptive terms in which you see W 35 L 4 W(57)
exercise period, however, more self-inflating descriptive terms may well cross yourW 35 L 5 W(57)
occurs to you, identify the descriptive term or terms which you W 35 L 7 W(58)
personal and true, and more descriptive of the holy Self we W 170 R5 4 W(381)
IS your reality. Do not desecrate it or recoil from it T 4 H 7 T(230)C 57
instruments of the world. A desert is a desert is a T 1 B 37af T(36)36
world. A desert is a desert is a desert. You can T 1 B 37af T(36)36
is a desert is a desert. You can do anything you T 1 B 37af T(36)36
is why it IS a desert (Bring up that dream about T 1 B 37af T(36)36
thing to do with a desert is to LEAVE. T T 1 B 37af T(36)36
that leads out of the desert forever. T 1 B T 1 B 40n T(40)40
service of withdrawing from the desert. It is NOT a device T 2 B 26 T(77)77
thing to do with a desert is to LEAVE. T T 3 F 14 T(155)154
this particular aspect of the desert is still to leave. The T 3 G 40 T(170)169
and others out of the desert. The value of this role T 3 G 41 T(171)170
trying to attack you, or desert you or enslave you, you T 11 A 1 T(449)- 276
seem to love, yet they desert, and are deserted. They appear T 11 J 2 T(480)307
NEVER abandon YOU. YOU can desert HIM, but He will never T 14 G 15 T(562)- 389
2. He will NOT desert you, but be sure that T 16 B 2 T(602)429
but be sure that YOU desert not Him. Humility is strength T 16 B 2 T(602)429
to enter? Look at the desert, dry and unproductive, scorched and T 18 I 8 T(687)511
life springs up everywhere! The desert becomes a garden, green and T 18 I 9 T(687)511
for them, where once a desert was. And every one you T 18 I 9 T(687)511
grow, and stretch across the desert, leaving no lonely little kingdoms T 18 I 10 T(687)511
worn and tired, and the deserts dust still seems to T 18 I 13 T(688)512
swore in blood not to desert, all rise and bid you T 19 K 6 T(727)551
like mirages seen above a desert, rising from the dust. W 186 L 9 W(408)
your footsteps. He will not desert His Son in need, nor W 200 L 9 W(451)
instant you thought you had deserted Him. Everything you made has T 11 I 6 T(478)305
yet they desert, and are deserted. They appear to lose what T 11 J 2 T(480)307
unfair, and NOT your just deserts. Yet it is YOU who T 26 K 3 T(931)757
treacherous to God, AND THEREFORE DESERVE DEATH. You will think that T 11 H 15 T(476)- 303
it MUST be guilty to DESERVE the wish and leave HIM T 25 F 2 T(880)699
them all the honor they deserve, and have denied themselves because T 25 I 7 T(893)712
does He recognize all you deserve, but understands as well that T 25 I 9 T(893)712
you the gifts the innocent DESERVE. And every one that you T 25 I 9 T(893)712
CONFUSED with cause. It CAN deserve but laughter, when you learn T 28 B 7 T(969)795
to punish you, and thus DESERVE your hatred for the limitations T 28 G 3 T(985)811
and must give as you deserve. And what CAN you deserve T 31 C 2 T(1050)864
deserve. And what CAN you deserve but what you ARE? If T 31 C 2 T(1050)864
him what he does not deserve, your gift is no more W 126 L 4 W(255)
both have been unworthy and deserve the retribution of the wrath S 2 C 3 S(16)
man may think punishment is deserved. Punishment as a concept is T 2 F 2 T(118)117
did not believe that you DESERVED attack, it never would occur T 31 C 2 T(1050)864
SON IS NOT GUILTY. He DESERVES only love, because he has T 11 J 4 T(481)308
one MUST sin, and therefore DESERVES attack and death. This principle T 23 C 4 T(826)645
the Holy Spirit gives. NO-ONE deserves to lose. And what would T 25 J 5 T(898)717
be in miracles, unless someone deserves to suffer MORE, and others T 25 J 5 T(898)717
is he condemned, and he DESERVES no mercy from the God T 26 C 4 T(905)724
has been done to you DESERVES no pardon. And, by GIVING T 27 C 3 T(938)764
the love and shelter innocence deserves. And so this face is T 31 E 2 T(1055)869
belief that is mistaken and deserves no faith. Try to remove W 91 L 9 W(176)
today. The Son of God deserves your mercy. It is he W 192 L 10 W(427)
faithfulness. Nothing but that really deserves the name. Yet each degree M 5 J 1 M(16)
you are a criminal, as deserving of death as God knows T 11 H 14 T(476)- 303
as God knows you are deserving of life. The death penalty T 11 H 14 T(476)- 303
as UNWORTHY of love, and DESERVING of punishment. But herein lies T 11 J 1 T(480)307
whether or not you are DESERVING of it. GOD KNOWS THAT T 13 H 11 T(533)- 360
no-one who considers himself as DESERVING hell, can believe that punishmentT 15 B 5 T(564)391
s protection. For what is deserving punishment must have been REALLY T 19 D 2 T(702)526
APART from others as LESS deserving, then is He ALLY to T 25 J 6 T(899)718
see in him a sin deserving death. Yet every instant can T 26 B 5 T(902)721A
way be holier, or more deserving of your effort, of your W 155 L 12 W(335)