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What do you Value? Value and A Course in Miracles

What do you value?

When it comes to the concept of valuing the valueless and the teachings of A Course in Miracles, it's important to understand that it doesn't mean giving up or disregarding material possessions. The quote "I will not value what is valueless" from Workbook Lesson 133 is often misunderstood.

Instead, this statement encourages us to recognize that true value lies beyond the material world. It invites us to shift our focus from external things that are temporary and fleeting, towards inner peace, love, and spiritual growth.

The course teaches us that our true worth does not come from accumulating material possessions or seeking validation from others. Rather, it emphasizes the importance of cultivating a mindset based on forgiveness, compassion, and unity.

So while we can still appreciate and enjoy the material aspects of life, valuing what is truly valuable means recognizing that our happiness and fulfillment come from within ourselves rather than relying on external factors.

As we embark on this journey of valuing what truly matters, we begin to experience a profound transformation within ourselves. We discover a newfound freedom as we let go of the burdensome weight of societal expectations and embrace the simplicity and beauty of living in alignment with our highest truth.

 "I will not value what is valueless" serves as a gentle reminder for us all to reevaluate our priorities and consciously choose where we invest our time, energy, and attention. By aligning ourselves with what holds true meaning for us individually, we can experience greater joy, fulfillment, and purpose in every aspect of our lives.

Join us this Thursday when we will be discussing value and abundance. Click here for link to register


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