the miracle level), which are producing a dense cover over miracle-impulsesT 1 B 37o T(31)31
in what it wills, thus producing inevitable strain, because willing and T 2 D 15 T(99)98
himself a number of fear producing attitudes. They were fleeting enough T 3 A 16 T(123)122
upon infinite Love, and by producing results NOW renders time unnecessary T 5 H 15 T(263)C 90
YOU that IS CAPABLE OF PRODUCING IT. If it is in T 9 E 1 T(396) 223
seems to BE the cause, producing real EFFECTS. T 21 T 21 C 10 T(770)592
have no meaning. What is producing this world is insane, and W 53 L 1 W(96)
related, and is not a product of knowing. Images are symbolic T 3 G 5 T(160)159
salesman must believe in the product he sells, how much more T 4 B 5 T(189)C 16
the eternal, because, as a product of the mind, it IS T 4 F 13 T(223)C 50
so than is any other product of thought. The fundamental change T 6 G 5 T(294)121
consistently. It is the distorted product of the misapplication of the T 7 I 7 T(336)C 163
make this transfer is the product of learning. As you perceive T 11 G 8 T(470)- 297
or better, wiser, or more productive and valuable, than others. And T 14 F 4 T(555)- 382
a container for the waste products of conflict. Even as HE T 3 F 20 T(157)156
really means. As an Assoc. Prof., he must become associated with T 1 B 24b T(13)13
My strength. As an Assistant Prof., you must assist both him T 1 B 24b T(13)13
B 4. The term profess is used quite frequently in T 4 B 4 T(188)C 15
a somewhat different context. To profess is to identify with an T 4 B 4 T(188)C 15
believes. Otherwise, he cannot really profess them, as we used the T 4 C 4 T(199)C 26
of God, because they have professed Me. T 1 B T 1 B 24a T(13)13
in the ideas which he professes. But he needs another condition T 4 B 5 T(189)C 16
them. Atonement is the natural profession of the Children of God T 1 B 24a T(13)13
As they advance in their profession, they become more and more M 13 A 4 M(33)
B. Is Psychotherapy a Profession? P 4 P 4 B 0 P(21)
no. How could a separate profession be one in which everyone P 4 B 1 P(21)
kinds of needs in their professional activities, although they may be P 4 B 1 P(21)
B 2. First, the professional therapist is in an excellent P 4 B 2 P(21)
dream than from another. No professional therapist can hold this understandingP 4 B 7 P(23)
They could hardly be called professional therapists. They are the Saints P 4 B 7 P(23)
B 8. Once the professional therapist has realized that minds P 4 B 8 P(23)
be dimly seen ahead. Most professional therapists are still at the P 4 B 8 P(23)
4 B 9. The professional therapist has one advantage that P 4 B 9 P(23)
it was not your responsibility professionally to do this, but because T 1 B 23c T(10)-10-
to mental health. However, some professions will find (some?) principles ofT 2 A 28 T(71)71
B that that is what Professor really means. As an Assoc T 1 B 24b T(13)13
contradictory. Consider what a speechless professor means as a concept. ItT 4 B 2 T(188)C 15
It literally means a nonprofessing professor, or a nonspeaking speaker. T 4 B 2 T(188)C 15
in the past) that the PROFESSORSHIP was thrust upon him. This T 4 B 3 T(188)C 15
particularly, since you are not proficient in the mind discipline which W 64 L 8 W(118)
not be conducive to mutual profit. Freedom from fear can be T 3 G 37 T(169)168
To invest in something WITHOUT profit is surely to impoverish yourself T 11 G 1 T(469)- 296
Not only is there no profit in the investment, but the T 11 G 1 T(469)- 296
is for whom? Who would profit more from prayers alone? Who M 30 A 2 M(68)
wiser one another goes to profit by his learning and his S 3 D 3 S(24)
It would be FAR more profitable now merely to concentrate on T 18 H 6 T(683)631b
as often as you find profitable, though unhurried applications are essentialW 33 L 2 W(54)
today, which would be most profitable if done for the first W 93 L 8 W(181)
to upset you, and can profitably be used throughout the day W 6 L 2 W(10)
5 D 7. What profiteth a man if he gain T 5 D 7 T(238)C 65
world, for OF ITSELF, it profits nothing. To invest in something T 11 G 1 T(469)- 296
cause for freedom NOW. What profits freedom in a prisoners T 26 I 8 T(927)753
lay aside your shield which profits nothing, and lay down the W 183 L 11 W(396)
fantasies. But it is a PROFOUND error to imagine that, because T 1 B 37ab T(35)35
so-called dynamic concepts which are profound errors due essentially to theT 2 B 33 T(78)78
DID hamper him was a profound sense of personal unworthiness, which T 3 C 31 T(141)140
what you create is so profound that it has literally become T 3 G 4 T(160)159
SOUL will find peace. This profound confusion is possible only if T 4 B 8 T(189)C 16
are not among its more profound misassociations, although they DO reflect T 4 F 19 T(224)C 51
condemn THEMSELVES because of this profound confusion. T 9 D T 9 D 3 T(392)219
to its existence. Its own PROFOUND sense of vulnerability renders it T 9 G 3 T(402)229
sacrifice and love is so profound that you cannot conceive of T 15 J 6 T(595)- 422
even in this confusion, so profound it cannot BE described, the T 22 G 2 T(813)632
possession. The term spirit is profoundly debased in this context, but T 1 C 14 T(58)58
and which therefore makes it profoundly afraid. In the egos T 4 D 21 T(213)C 40
unless the mind was already profoundly split, making it possible for T 8 J 1 T(377)C 204
illusion of love is not profoundly shaken. But the one thing T 16 H 5 T(627)- 454
organized, well-structured, and carefully planned program, aimed at learning how toT 11 C 17 T(458)- 285
are given a slowly-evolving training program, in which as many previous M 10 A 1 M(27)
is meaningless. There is no program, for the lessons in the M 17 A 1 M(40)
the larger interest of overall progress. The situation is questionable largelyT 1 B 41ba T(53)53
to appreciate your own remarkable progress in this respect. You perceived T 2 B 62 T(85) 84
can ONLY lead to mutual progress. The result of genuine devotion T 4 A 2 T(185)C 12
impeding the strong-willed from real progress in learning. The problems of T 4 F 16 T(223)C 50
this consistently, and so your progress is intermittent, but the second T 6 G 13 T(297)C 124
You are hampered in your progress by your demands to know T 8 A 1 T(346)C 173
so impaired, that you can progress only under constant clear-cut direction T 11 F 5 T(466)- 293
You have made much progress, and are really trying to T 18 H 2 T(682)631a
in love, for in his progress do you count your own T 31 B 6 T(1048)862
to be. Can YOU make progress if you think the same T 31 B 8 T(1048)862
own thoughts can hamper your progress. You are free from all W 70 L 9 W(133)
we will make much faster progress now. Think of the exercises W 108 L 10 W(221)
to body thoughts delay your progress to salvation, nor permit temptation W 128 L 4 W(261)
obstacles can not impede its progress to accomplishment of any goal W 135 L 12 W(287)
forth toward this, as we progress along the way that truth W 155 L 11 W(335)
first on what impedes our progress still. Experience of what exists W 180 IN2 5 W(387)
It is essential for your progress in this course that you W 199 L 3 W(447)
at the point in his progress at which he sees in M 5 B 6 M(10)
23 A 2. The progress of the teacher of God M 23 A 2 M(54)
of God is to make progress. The idea that a body M 23 A 3 M(54)
All beliefs that lead to progress should be honored. This is M 25 A 6 M(59)
this is done, will delay progress. Nor does their value lie M 26 A 3 M(60)
God in order to make progress in salvation. But he must P 2 A 5 P(2)
assured of this; each will progress. Retrogression is temporary. The overallP 3 B 1 P(4)
overall direction is one of progress toward the truth. P P 3 B 1 P(4)
at things; its interpretation of progress and growth. These interpretations willP 3 B 2 P(4)
shares it, it will grow. Progress becomes a matter of decision P 3 D 2 P(8)
a fact. The therapist cannot progress without the patient, and the P 3 D 4 P(8)
will harm alone can help. Progress becomes impossible until the patient P 3 F 2 P(12)
its rising easy and its progress swift. Without its strong support S 2 A 1 S(12)
care that would arrest its progress. Dreams are dreams, and every G 1 A 3 G(1)