Barn House, 11th February 1999
MBE speaks of Truth as “immovably fixed in Principle” (Ret. 93:12). In a universe of thought, this means that true thinking abides in and is inseparable from its source or Principle. It cannot fall away from this Principle, any more than a mathematical law can depart from the principle of math. We are only watching thought, and not what she calls “the imitative movements of mortal belief” (S&H 212:31-32). They are taken care of in the sense that as we know the truth of man’s relationship to his Principle, divine Love, the belief that we ever were identified with a personal life that operates in an orbit of its own falls away. Just watch that thought proceeds all the time from its truly divine source. This is the practice of CS.