Practice suggestion: "Let all things be exactly as they really are" (or, making it more specific, "Let this thing be exactly as it really is"). The word "really" emphasizes that accepting things as they are does not mean resigning ourselves to the "what is" seen by our eyes. Rather, the world we see is itself our refusal to accept what is, our attempt to be God's critic our projection of separation onto Heaven's unity Accepting things as they really are means refusing to accept the world our eyes see, refusing to accept it as real, and accepting instead only the pristine reality as "what is." This is how we "let all things be exactly as they are," and this is how we find our peace.
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