Let me recognize the problem so it can be solved./Let me recognize my problems have been solved. [W-p22.214.171.124/6.1]
We’ve all seen the mazes with the mice and the cheese right? You know the ones where the mouse has to navigate through the maze to get to the cheese?
I always felt a little bad for the mouse. That they were placed in such undignified conditions just to get a bit of cheese. I mean cheese should be free flowing-Am I right?
Lesson 90 tells me I am the mouse looking for the cheese. Every time I invest in a problem, I run up against the wall of that maze. Rather than seeing the straight shot to the miracle of the cheese. I bang my precious head against the dead ends I have led myself to. Meanwhile the cheese of miraculous solutions has been waiting all along.
And guess what? None of us have to run up against these same walls. We can choose again. Create new neural pathways. Remember the solution has been waiting all along.
And when we spend long periods of time dissecting a problem? We are just delaying precious time that could be used devouring that delicious, miraculous cheese of an answer. Waiting beyond the wall of our perception.
The cheese is already waiting for us dear friends. The answer is ours. To whatever we think our problems might be in the moment. Source benevolently creates the solution as soon as we put ourselves into the maze of our minds. And when we get crunched against a wall (aka frustration)? We can say these wise words from Lesson 90:
I need not wait for this to be resolved.
The answer to this problem is already given me if I will accept it.
Time cannot separate this problem from its solution. [W-p126.96.36.199]
Get the cheese today Dear Friends. Ask for solutions to be revealed. Find the miracle that is already waiting for you to discover. Then watch as your miraculous life magnificently unfolds.
All quotes are from A Course in Miracles, copyright ©1992, 1999, 2007 by the Foundation for Inner Peace, 448 Ignacio Blvd., #306, Novato, CA 94949, www.acim.org and firstname.lastname@example.org, used with permission.