INTOLERABLE.................8
in the extreme, becomes altogether intolerable. Pain thresholds can be highT 2 B 69 T(87)86
of constant judgment is virtually intolerable. It is a curious thing T 3 H 7 T(176)C 3
a state which it finds intolerable. T 7 G 4 T 7 G 3 T(325)C 152
you to find it so intolerable that you will INSIST on T 7 I 3 T(335)C 162
opposed thoughts within itself IS intolerable. Therefore, the mind projects theT 11 D 7 T(461)- 288
RETAIN guilt, YOU find it intolerable. For guilt stands in the T 12 A 1 T(485)312
it was nothing but the intolerable strain of your refusal to T 17 I 4 T(658)485
is. Seen undisguised it is intolerable. Without protection it could not P 3 G 4 P(14)
 
 INTRA-......................1
thus permitting correct delineation of intra- and interpersonal boundaries. As aT 1 B 31 T(22)22
 
 INTRAMENTAL.................1
free to use terms like intraMENTAL and interMENTAL WITHOUT seeing them T 7 C 5 T(307)C 134
 
 INTRAPERSONAL...............4
T 3 F 7. Intrapersonal conflict arises from the same T 3 F 7 T(153)152
God. It was as much intrapersonal as interpersonal then, just as T 6 B 19 T(277)C 104
projected, but it MUST be intrapersonal first. T 7 C T 7 C 4 T(307)C 134
C 5. The term intraPERSONAL is an ego term, because T 7 C 5 T(307)C 134
 
 INTRICACIES.................1
received today, and that the intricacies of your dreams no longer W 122 L 8 W(245)
 
 INTRODUCE...................23
almost to nothing, and even introduce a real developmental arrest or T 1 B 41f T(44)44
he does so, he must introduce correction from the bottom UP T 1 B 41aq T(51)51
hard to undo, because they introduce second-order misperceptions which obscure theT 2 A 18 T(69)69
insanely. It was essential to introduce a split-proof device which could T 2 B 44 T(80) 80
the power in itself to introduce actual learning errors. T T 2 C 7 T(90)89
to give.) These errors inevitably introduce inefficiency into the miracle workerT 2 C 16 T(93)92
at which he can readily introduce fear, and usually does. T 2 E 25 T(106)105
later theorists have tried to introduce a less pessimistic view, but T 3 F 14 T(155)154
the Kingdom , but you CANNOT introduce the concept of ASSAULT into T 5 H 12 T(262)C 89
is only distortions which YOU introduce that tire you. Let the T 10 G 3 T(439)266
not indirect, but He must introduce the simple truth into a T 13 F 6 T(526)353
satisfaction. While this appears to introduce quite variable BEHAVIOR, a farT 18 A 3 T(659)486
an area or you will introduce strain. Merely glance easily and W 2 L 1 W(4)
pass on to the next. Introduce the practice period by saying W 8 L 4 W(13)
eyes for these exercises, and introduce them by repeating the idea W 10 L 4 W(17)
is our first attempt to introduce structure. Do not misconstrue it W 20 L 2 W(34)
todays exercises, try to introduce the thought that both are W 32 L 2 W(53)
of God lies in it. Introduce whatever variations appeal to you W 38 L 5 W(63)
you should feel free to introduce variety into your application periods W 39 L 10 W(65)
the joy these thoughts will introduce into your mind. Give these W 101 L 7 W(204)
which we give today. We introduce it with a healing prayer W 136 L 15 W(294)
you spend with God. We introduce these times with but a W 151 L 14 W(319)
will use that thought to introduce our times of rest, and W 220 IN2 4 W(459)
 
 INTRODUCED..................16
miracle is a correction factor introduced into false thinking by ME T 1 B 32 T(22)22
time is only an artifact introduced as a learning aid. T 1 B 40ad T(43)43
a visionary experience of HS) introduced some error variance, but not T 1 C 6 T(56)56
idea of a spirit is introduced, though fallaciously, while it is T 1 C 15 T(59)59
lies of the serpent were introduced, they were specifically called lies T 2 A 10 T(65)65
than reintegrating. The levels they introduced into themselves turned against eachT 2 B 43 T(80) 80
different from those which man introduced into the Miscreation.
T 2 E 30 T(107)106
exist until the Separation had introduced degrees, aspects and intervals. TheT 3 F 2 T(152)151
the first split that man introduced into himself. He became a T 3 F 4 T(152)151
which is inherently judgmental, was introduced only after the Separation. No-oneT 3 G 1 T(159)158
first change that MUST be introduced is a change in DIRECTION T 8 B 4 T(348)C 175
REWARDS of faith are being introduced. If you believed the Holy T 17 F 6 T(647)474
all the adjustments YOU have introduced, to MAKE it so. T 21 C 9 T(770)592
This time, the idea is introduced with My thoughts instead of W 10 L 2 W(17)
recognize that we are being introduced to sight, and led away W 92 L 10 W(179)
seem to be but contradictions introduced by you.

W 152 L 4 W(321)
 
 INTRODUCES..................7
perception which the miracle entails introduces an interval from which theT 1 B 41 T(43)43
the suffering of both. This introduces a correction into the Record T 2 C 22 T(96) 95
time perception which the miracle introduces. T 5 C 9 T 5 C 8 T(236)C 63
IS beyond perception, because it introduces meaning. But it is below T 5 F 1 T(247)C 74
you perceive. Todays idea introduces the concept that your thoughts W 11 L 1 W(19)
The idea for today introduces the thought that you are W 23 L 5 W(39)
The idea for today introduces the thought that you always W 26 L 3 W(44)
 
 INTRODUCING.................5
nor controlled your creation. By introducing levels into your own perceptionT 1 B 41az T(53)53
because of the advantages of introducing correction at the level of T 2 C 11 T(91)90
to get around it by introducing a number of borderline areas T 3 F 11 T(154)153
Spirit wastes no time in introducing the practical results of asking T 17 F 2 T(646)473
redefining love as limited, and introducing opposition in what has no W 103 L 1 W(207)
 
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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO MIRACLES T 1 T 1 0 0 T(1)
MIRACLES T 1 A. Introduction (N 1 4:28) T 1 A 0 T(1)
SEPARATION T 2 A. Introduction (N not present in Notes T 2 A 0 T(62)62
MIND T 3 A. Introduction (N 296 5:145) T 3 A 0 T(120) 119
A 15. (The following Introduction dictated by HS without notes T 3 A 15 T(123)122
EVIL T 4 A. Introduction (N 389 5:238) T 4 A 0 T(185)C 12
AND WHOLENESS T 5 A. Introduction (N 518 6:82) T 5 A 0 T(233)C 60
AND FEAR T 6 A. Introduction (N 599 6:163) T 6 A 0 T(271)C 98
the ABILITY for certainty. The introduction of abilities into being was T 6 E 8 T(287)C 114
THE KINGDOM T 7 A. Introduction (N 675 7:7) T 7 A 0 T(303)C 130
JOURNEY BACK T 8 A. Introduction (N 758 7:90) T 8 A 0 T(346)C 173
ERROR T 9 A. Introduction (N 833 7:165) T 9 A 0 T(386)213
EGO T 10 A. Introduction (N 909 8:13) T 10 A 0 T(419)- 246
SALVATION T 11 A. Introduction (N 997 8:101) T 11 A 0 T(449)- 276
GUILT T 12 A. Introduction (N 1075 8:179) T 12 A 0 T(485)312
KNOWLEDGE T 13 A. Introduction (N 1132 8:236) T 13 A 0 T(510)337
TRUTH T 14 A. Introduction (N 1196 9:33) T 14 A 0 T(539)- 366
TIME T 15 A. Introduction (N 1253 9:90) T 15 A 0 T(563)- 390
ILLUSIONS T 16 A. Introduction (N 1354 9:191) T 16 A 0 T(601)428
HEALING T 17 A. Introduction (N 1397 9:234) T 17 A 0 T(630)457
REALITY T 18 A. Introduction (N 1454 10:14) T 18 A 0 T(659)486
BODY T 19 A. Introduction (N 1513 10:73) T 19 A 0 T(694)518
RESURRECTION T 20 A. Introduction (N not present in Notes T 20 A 0 T(733) 557
PICTURE T 21 A. Introduction (N not present in Notes T 21 A 0 T(763)585
RELATIONSHIP T 22 A. Introduction (N 1601 10:161) T 22 A 0 T(795)- 616
22 D 1. The introduction of reason into the ego T 22 D 1 T(805)625
YOURSELF T 23 A. Introduction (N 1647 11:22) T 23 A 0 T(819)638
SEPARATION T 24 A. Introduction (N 1684 11:59) T 24 A 0 T(838)657
REMEDY T 25 A. Introduction (N 1735 11:110) T 25 A 0 T(864)683
TRANSITION T 26 A. Introduction (N 1803 11:178) T 26 A 0 T(901)720
DREAM T 27 A. Introduction (N 1868 12:3) T 27 A 0 T(934)760
FEAR T 28 A. Introduction (N 1936 12:71) T 28 A 0 T(967)793
AWAKENING T 29 A. Introduction (N 1083 12:118) T 29 A 0 T(990)816
BEGINNING T 30 A. Introduction (N 2029 12:164) T 30 A 0 T(1016)830
SALVATION T 31 A. Introduction (N 2088 12:223) T 31 A 0 T(1042)856
May 26, 1969 Introduction W 1 W 1 IN1 0 W(1)
unhurried, even leisurely fashion. The introduction to this idea should beW 11 L 3 W(19)
Todays idea is the introduction to your declaration of release W 31 L 1 W(52)
W 80 R2. Review 2 Introduction W 80 W 80 R2 0 W(162)
1970 W 220 IN2 Introduction to Part 2 W 220 IN2 0 W(459)
Teachers 1. INTRODUCTION M M 1 0 0 M(1)
OF GODíS TEACHERS? A. Introduction M 5 M 5 A 0 M(8)
IS HEALING ACCOMPLISHED? A. Introduction M 6 M 6 A 0 M(18)
1. INTRODUCTION U U 1 0 0 U(1)
1. AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOTHERAPY: P 1 A 0 P(1)
PURPOSE OF PSYCHOTHERAPY A. Introduction P 2 P 2 A 0 P(1)
PROCESS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY A. Introduction P 3 P 3 A 0 P(3)
1. Prayer A. Introduction: S 1 S 1 A 0 S(1)
2. Forgiveness A. Introduction S 2 S 2 A 0 S(12)
3. Healing A. Introduction S 3 S 3 A 0 S(20)