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The fantasy fallacy
What a marvel to begin realizing there is only one true consciousness! And that consciousness is Mind, God. In God's allness there is no whim. There is no hazy drifting. All ideas in the realm of Mind are pure and exact. What God knows—and that includes all—is genuine fact. There is no fiction in the presence of divine consciousness.
Man represents Mind. He does not represent a dreamy, changing state of thought. He expresses the clear, undistracted nature of his source. He does not wish and want. He has. The human mind is a misconception of the only Mind that actually exists. Mind is one and is complete. Man gives individual evidence of this truth. The human mind would pervert this truth. It would define existence as a mixture of good and bad—truth and error. Its counterfeit nature includes the inclination to fantasize. Divine Mind maintains eternal spiritual facts. The human mind tends to drift into fantasy because its very roots are in dreams rather than in Truth. Undisciplined thought wanders in the maze of material beliefs.
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