Healing vs. Sickness: How to Break Up with Your Dysfunctional Relationship with the Body

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Sickness is one of those areas of teaching that many students of A Course in Miracles take serious offense to. It’s like, yes, ok, the world is an illusion; yes, fine, I need to forgive my brother so that I can release myself; yes, I get it, we are all the light of the world as created by God; yes, I understand, I have given everything all the meaning it has for me; Yep, I am not a body, I am free – I’m down with that; yes, sickness is a defense against the truth… wait, I’m sorry, what? WTF? Oh no. Oh hell no.

It turns out that when it comes to illness, we are not actually okay or fine, it is not gotten or understood, and we’re definitely not down with it.

It is as if looking at sickness from the perspective of A Course in Miracles is that line in the sand that we draw, where all of our supposedly hidden resistance comes right up in our faces and we’re like,


Healing vs. Sickness: How to Break Up with Your Dysfunctional Relationship with the Body

In response to the idea that the Course sets forth in Workbook lesson 136, “Sickness is a defense against the truth” our ego minds, if you’ll pardon the pun, throw up all kinds of arguments,

“A defense? I didn’t ask to get sick! What about germs? Or carcinogens? Or free radicals? Or genetics? We can’t control that! It’s not my fault. That’s blaming the victim. How dare you! F*ck off.”

Or they assign the responsibility to God:

“It’s God’s will that I (or you) got sick. He wanted me / you to learn something from this experience.”

Or to their past selves,

“It’s Karma, because I did some bad thing in my 12,000 past lives and now I’m paying for it.”

Or the equally destructive and unhelpful,

“It’s my own fault, I created this. We create our own reality. I have no one to blame but myself.”

All of these projection ideas are effects, which arise from the belief that we are, or even could be, separate from Our Creator, and they are all manifestations of unconscious guilt, whether projected externally or internally. That is, not coincidentally, also what causes sickness in the body. But it is also what causes us to, ummm… let’s see… think that we’re a body in the first place? You know, in a world? With other bodies? From whom we are separate? Like, our whole existence?

A Course in Miracles does have a lot to say about sickness – mainly that it is a tool used by our split mind – the ego – to further strengthen our belief that we are a body. Talk about your special relationships – our over-identification and enmeshment with our bodies is by far the specialist of all of the special relationships literally in the history of the world.

It’s not like A Course in Miracles is saying,

“Dude, the world is real but your sickness is all in your mind.”


“Bro, you are totally a body, but if it gets sick then that’s your ego.”

Yet those are some of the ways in which the ego-mind uses Course concepts to try to f*ck with us.

What the Course is actually saying is, sickness isn’t real, and neither is the body, or the world.

Or put another way, sickness is made up in our minds, but so is the body, and the world, and the universe, and everything in it. So we don’t have to keep getting stuck on the concept of “sickness is a defense against the truth” as if it’s an insult.

The split mind is a defense against the Truth. The world of form is a defense against the Truth. The body is a defense against the Truth. Belief that we are separate from God and each other is a defense against the Truth.

What comes after the statement “Sickness is a defense against the truth” is actually the more relevant part that we need to learn:

“I will accept the truth of what I am, and let my mind be wholly healed today.”

The Course is reminding us here that all sickness and all healing are of the mind. It further asks that when we experience sickness, we offer this prayer:

“I have forgotten what I really am, for I mistook my body for myself. Sickness is a defense against the truth. But I am not a body. And my mind cannot attack. So I cannot be sick.”

What does “a defense against the truth” really mean, anyway? How is sickness a defense, and against what truth?

A Course in Miracles teaches us that the truth of us is that we are whole, perfect, eternal extensions of God. There is no darkness in us. We are pure love, pure light.

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The last thing our ego mind wants is for us to know this, because when we know it, the ego will completely cease to have any power over us whatsoever, and will essentially be dead to us. We will be enveloped in our full awareness of the incredible gorgeousness of who we are as light, love, peace, and joy.

The only thing that keeps the ego alive in our minds is our belief that the world, and the body, are our reality. So, given this, what powerful tool can the ego use to keep us convinced that the body is real, and therefore insure its own survival as the boss of us?

It can use sickness – and it can make that sh*t feel real.

Attempting to dispel our belief that we are a body on our best day is challenging enough (am I alone in sometimes feeling a little bit bummed out that it’s all fake when I’m having a great hair day?) but trying to remember that this is all an illusion when you feel like – as my sister puts it, “a wagonload of wooden a**holes”, or are in pain, or barfing your guts out, or whatever other disguise illness takes for you totally sucks.

The ego’s uber-convincing argument is,

“See? The body is REAL! You can’t deny it because look how sick you are! Look at all those symptoms! And you’re not in control of it. I can make you completely focus on the body now, and distract you from all that eternal-life-light-love-rainbows-and-unicorns bullshit. I can make you miserable, and depending on what kind of illness, I can literally make you sick with fear, and I can ultimately make you die.”

This, along with special relationships, is the ego’s trump card – its crowning achievement. If we get too close to the truth, knowing who we are, opening the door to let that brilliant light of ourselves shine away whatever darkness we’ve been convinced we are, with the use of sickness the ego mind can snap us back to the belief that we are a body in an unholy instant.

So, back to our special relationship with the body.

The body is neutral. It is not bad. It’s not good. It’s not us. It is a projection of our ego mind, which tries to scare the sh*t out of us by convincing us that the body IS us, and therefore we are vulnerable, weak, frail, susceptible to sickness, and in constant need of protection because if the body dies – which it inevitably will – that is the end of life.

If you think about the body, it’s kind of like being in a special relationship with a person who is super-needy. Someone who is in constant fear, always dooms-daying us about all the bad things that are happening, could happen, or will probably happen if we don’t do this or that to prevent it; insecure about everything, seeing danger everywhere, erecting all kinds of protective barriers, thinking everyone and everything is out to get them, focused only on themselves and getting their own needs met, and living in a constant state of paranoia and mistrust. Basically sucking all the fun out of dysfunctional. But you can’t really leave them, because… well… you see where this is going.

While it is true that as long as you’re living the dream (so to speak) you can’t exactly break up with the body, what you can do is break up with your over-identification and codependent relationship with it and stop letting it control you by believing it is who you are.

You actually can say, “It’s not you, it’s me” and it would be true, because your body serves your mind, not the reverse.

In A Course in Miracles Jesus tells us essentially that there are two beliefs that we must harbor in order to have the experience of sickness in the body:

“These are specifically: first, that the body is for attack, and second, that you are a body. Without this, sickness in inconceivable.”

Just as when we surrender our worldly relationships to Spirit and ask that they be made holy, which completely changes our projection, and thus our perception and experience of them, we can do the same with our special relationship with the body.

The body, when given to Spirit, becomes a tool to be used for communication with our brothers and in doing so allows us to see it completely differently.

As the Course teaches us,

“When the ego tempts you to sickness do not ask the Holy Spirit to heal the body, for this would merely be to accept the ego’s belief that the body is the proper aim of healing. Ask, rather, that the Holy Spirit teach you the right perception of the body, for perception alone can be distorted.”

The ego would have us believe that the body – aka who we are – is a separate entity from the mind, made up of different parts that operate independently from each other. As A Course in Miracles states,

“In the world, not even the body is perceived as whole. Its purpose is seen as fragmented into many functions which bear little or no relationship to each other so that it appears to be ruled by chaos. Guided by the ego, it is. Guided by the Holy Spirit, it is not.”

Remember that the ego’s use of EVERYTHING is for attack. It is coming from a place of fear and guilt and defensiveness, and its credo is pretty much shoot first, The End.

So if you see yourself as a body, you are following the ego as your teacher, and the body has no choice but to be used for attack – even upon itself in the form of sickness – because that’s the way it rolls. The ego is hellbent on convincing us through whatever means necessary that we are only our bodies, and that the God of Sickness is driving this bus.

As the Course teaches,

“Communication ends separation. Attack promotes it… Healing is the result of using the body solely for communication… All mind is whole, and the belief that part of it is physical, or not mind, is a fragmented (or sick) interpretation.”

What Jesus is saying here is that the body is in the mind, it is part of the mind – like everything else in the world of perception. There is no body outside of the mind. When you use the mind to unify, to join, to extend to other minds by using the body as a communication device, then you are using it for the Holy Spirit’s purpose.

As the Course puts it,

“If you use it (the body) only to reach the minds of those who believe they are bodies, and teach them through the body that this is not so, you will understand the power of the mind that is in you. If you use the body for this and only this, you cannot use it for attack. In the service of uniting it becomes a beautiful lesson in communion, which has value until communion is.”

So, how do we do that? How do we use the body for communication? For communion? How do we give it to the Holy Spirit to be used for His holy purpose? How do we have a holy relationship instead of a special relationship with the body?

Ok, if you are asking that question and you a) have never studied A Course in Miracles; or b) have never heard me teach or read any of my blogs, you totally get a pass for not knowing the answer to this.

Otherwise… class?


Right. Forgiveness of all people, all grievances, all judgment, all symptoms, all beliefs, all projections, all perceptions, all thoughts of anything that is not love.

Holding on to any unloving idea about anything or anyone throughout your entire life and all 12,000 other lifetimes will keep you firmly rooted in the belief that you are a body and therefore in the ego’s thought system of sickness and death.

You cannot release yourself without releasing your brother – who is everyone – first.

It does not matter what they appeared to have done, or said, or what the situation was, or how unfair, or how terrible. If you want to be healed from the dream of sickness, you can’t hold on to the belief that you are a body. If you are not a body, then neither is anyone else. If no one is a body, then whatever you are nursing as an unforgiveness isn’t real either, and only exists in your mind, just like the rest of the dream.

The Atonement is the full realization that the separation from God never occurred. If it never occurred, there is no guilt about it. If there is no guilt about it there is nothing to project onto our brothers.

A Course in Miracles says,

“Atonement does not heal the sick, for that is not a cure. It takes away the guilt that makes the sickness possible. And that is cure indeed.”

Just as you can’t be a little bit pregnant, you can’t be partially whole. Healing happens when you relinquish both the attachment to the body as yourself, and your attachment to seeing your brother as not yourself. When you see no one as a body, you will be able to see yourself as not a body, and it is in this that true healing will occur.

My absolute favorite quote from the Course describes us this way:

“The truth in you is as radiant as a star, as pure as light, as innocent as love itself.”

Whatever form sickness appears to take for you, look in the mirror and say that to yourself every day. See yourself emanating sparkling, shimmering light from every cell. Forgive everyone and everything, knowing that every loving thought you ever had – which are your creations – has been saved for you. The rest recedes into the nothingness that never was. Who you are is this brilliant, radiant being – whole, and pure, and innocent, in need of no defenses.

Thank you so much for honoring me with your whole, healed, innocent, gorgeous presence today. If this teaching resonated with you, please leave me a comment below. I love to hear from you and I read every one.

I am blinded to all thoughts of sickness and healed by the brilliance of your amazing, beautiful, perfect light.

So Much Love,


Rev Kelly Russell,

Spiritual Life Coach, Holistic Psychotherapist & Teacher of A Course in Miracles

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74 Comments on “Healing vs. Sickness: How to Break Up with Your Dysfunctional Relationship with the Body”

  1. Wow really loved this Kelly.
    I’m also doing Loving yourself Mirror work right now with Louise Hay. I am going to add some of your comments to that work
    I will also practice not seeing myself or others as bodies.

  2. This was an excellent read Kelly! I love the way you point out the “dysfunctional “ , “special” relationship we can create with the over identification of the body to keep ourselves separate from our source. Keep it coming!

  3. I love this message so much Kelly! Thank you. No one actively chooses sickness HOWEVER there is ALWAYS a benefit – a goal – that sickness (or problems) are the means to achieve that goal. So the goal might be to stay safe, to not be criticized, to get attention, to be left alone, to be liked or loved, to avoid pain. Everyone has to ask themselves what are they getting out of being sick. Being stuck. There is ALWAYS a benefit. Always. And sickness and problems are a means to achieve THAT goal. Often people just don’t want to do something (that’s the goal) – they don’t want to go to work, they’d rather stay home, but they don’t want to be questioned, they don’t want to say what they really want because they might get in trouble and BOOM, the mind makes up sickness to achieve the goal. That’s a safe acceptable route. Almost NO ONE sees this. Or maybe someone don’t want to stay in a relationship or they don’t want to take risks, but they have the goal of staying safe, and so the mind starts blaming other people for its stuckness, for its difficulties. The goal is achieved. You get to stay safe. But it comes with a whole lot of other unwanted consequences!!!! So each of us needs to make a choice and decision: to really get honest and ask: WHAT DO I WANT? What do I really want? And to be willing to take risks, be seen, to be criticized, to be not liked, to be willing to say “I don’t want to work this job anymore. I don’t want to stay in this relationship anymore” – to stay I’m afraid of moving forward – and to take full responsibility. But.Almost no one is ready for this. xoxoxoxoxooxoxoxox I AM. I love you Kelly. Great epic message. As always.

    1. Thank you Lisa, for your lovely words and for expanding on the Course’s message. The ego always has an agenda – the underlying theme of which is fear. Fear is what stands beneath all of the examples you noted – so when we can look at these questions with Love, with Spirit beside us, we can remember that “God’s will for me is perfect happiness” and that we do not have to choose sickness in order to get what our ego minds think we want. We already have everything in Truth. ❤️

  4. I’ve been sick since Jan. 1 and I’ve also been doing the workbook lessons since Jan. 1. Coincidence? I think not! Thank you for this talk. The idea of the body as a special relationship makes sense to me and I’d like a divorce.

    1. Hi awesomely-named Joy! Coincidence, probably not – more like ego arm-wrestling you to not buy into what you’re reading in the Course! 😊

  5. LOVE how you teach, Kelly. Your message comes across so clearly, and powerfully. This has clarified the topic of sickness very much for me. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!! ❤️❤️❤️

    1. Hi Frances, Spirit guides me to teach what I need to learn. So His teaching clarified it for us both! Thanks for writing. 😊

  6. Hey Kelly. Love , Love, Love the way you present the Course. God does Bless you with a way with words. Makes difficult concepts easy to digest. Once again, really enjoy your blogs. Informative and yet fun….Thank you.

  7. I love it! So right on, as always. Thank you for sharing your wisdom, your honesty, and your sense of humor. You make the Course ideas so clear and easy to digest.

  8. Kelly, your message today was perfectly timed! My husband and I are right in the middle of Lisa Natoli’s 40-Day Program and we have just finished studying ACIM Wookbook lessons 135, 136 and 137, dealing with illness and healing. We are really loving the process of training our minds to recognize our true identity. Thank you for sharing your favourite ACIM passage – we will adopt it for our own daily mirror practice!

    1. Thank you Denise! I love your comment: “We are really loving the process of training our minds to recognize our true identity” !! YES. xoxoxo x

    2. Hi Denise! It IS a mind-training, and so awesome that you are (not coincidentally!) studying this lesson. Spirit is guiding you, so happy to be on the journey with you both.

  9. Oh Wow! Wow again! Overwhelming! Must read again! Quite shocking for the Ego! Haha! Also not new the content to have all the quotes and. thoughts together in the way you put it Kelly is extraordinary. And now I must rest!😀

  10. I Love this Kelly, you provide so much clarity with course content that usually doesn’t come as easily for me, thank you 🙂

  11. Loved your video Kelly! Confirmation from the HS is coming through you!! Strong uplifting words we all can use so everyone repeat as you feel it. Worth watching 3 times!!!

  12. Miss Kelly – this is spectacular. I am lucky enough to be participating in Lisa’s Healing Cure – and this brings more clarity. It IS a thing…the wrestling with “this sickness/condition/worry is my defense – it is my fault”. This adding more guilt as we endeavor to forgive.
    The secret is to release everything and know we are the Light. E V E R Y T H I N G…..

    I do have a question for you. When somebody asks for prayer because they have been diagnosed with cancer – what is your prayer? If they ask in writing – what do you write back? Can’t tell them they are not a body – they believe they are. What do you say?

    I just love you Kelly – I am beyond grateful to have fallen into this community.

    1. Thank you Tambra. What a great message. I know Kelly will respond to your prayer question. For me, when someone writes in, my mind instantly goes to the truth in the instant a call for help comes in, and then I listen within about what I am supposed to say or do. I never know in advance so I don’t have a blanket response to this – but I do know that when we are present in the moment and we connect with God (which is true prayer), that all prayer is answered. So the response is always some expression of love and reassurance that it’s accomplished. But great question xoxox

    2. Hi Tamara! Thank you so much for writing! I love Lisa’s response to you, and I will add that when people ask me for that, my response is the Truth – something along the lines of, “I see you perfect and whole, as you were created by Spirit. I see you filled light and love as your radiance shines forth and is reflected back to you. Your holiness blesses the world.. Amen”. I don’t address the body either way, but I say what I believe to be true, and what will serve my bro to think about themselves. I just love you TOO! ❤️

  13. Thanks for your words and thanks for being by my side today.
    It is amazing, despite the thousand of miles I am apart from you, how close I feel your words.

  14. Thank you Kelly!…I received some kind of blessed epiphany after watching your video… a deliverance from the false idea that I chose to come into this world and overcome Death and sickness to save my brother like The Historical…. Traditional Jesus Story… I suddenly realized the Kenosis is the New Testament narrative of the Ego just as Creation is the Old Testament narrative of the Ego. They are both false because there is no world created or a world to come into to die and overcome.
    Your teaching of the Unreal Body somehow brought this to light as I struggle with the “incurable ” condition of Eczema. I was able to cry and then laugh about my Unreal condition and suddenly experienced the peace beyond understanding and the joy unspeakable. The joy that abides which Jesus speaks of and the rejoicing always of Paul’s teaching. ( Paul I believe is Perfected even though he struggled mentally 🙂)
    Anyway… yeah I definitely got a download and Holy Instant that seems to be sticking…Thankyou!!!
    Love and Peace,

    1. Hi Frank! What a wonderful testimony to the power of love to heal the mind! Thank you for sharing it. I am very grateful to be the vessel the message for you hitched a ride on! We “save” ourselves by saving our brothers from our egoic attack thoughts, and the process is the same – forgiving our belief that we or they are bodies, and thus that we are separate from them or from God. 💖

    1. I got it going, and your blog is so good ty, Kelly, this quote, “You actually can say, “It’s not you, it’s me” and it would be true, because your body serves your mind, not the reverse”——. is that what I could say to my sick body?, but then in that instant the body is serving my ego mind, and not that one mind that unifys us all?

      1. Hi Brenda! Your body ALWAYS serves your mind. Your true spirit mind can say that to your body, because it is your (ego) mind that is making you believe in both the body and in sickness. Your spirit mind is and knows the truth of you – that you are pure, whole, innocent love, the light of the world. From that part of your mind, you give the body to Spirit to be used for His purposes. ❤️

  15. Thank you, Kelly, for this beautiful reminder of what is true. You are a beacon of Light for me! One problem-one solution , whether we are talking about the body or any other part of this illusion.

    Love you

    1. Thank you for your lovely words, Sandy. We are all beacons of light for each other, and I am grateful for my body to be used as a communication device in this way. I love you too! ❤️!

    1. Hahahaha! Nope, just the Truth! Jesus is nothing if not practical in this Course. Thanks for reading!

  16. Thank you Kelly. You have reminded me to always remember to ask ‘what is this for’. And to heal my ‘belief” in sickness, and not the mind. I understand it is my belief that is the cause. You rock Kelly Russell!!!

  17. Thank you Kelly! Very timely here, as my kids have been home from school all week with a bad cold and now my body is having symptoms. I wonder if you have any thoughts on when my kids seem to get sick often. It often feels confusing for me to apply course ideas with regards to young children. Is it my thinking involved when they get sick, or their thoughts about their bodies and what do I do about that?

    1. Hi Kristen! I know this is one of the trippy parts of A Course in Miracles, but what the Course teaches is that everything and everyone in this world, including our bodies and our kids’ bodies is a projection of our minds. So your experience of having a sick child is dealt with in the same way – it is on two levels. One, knowing your child’s body is not the truth of them, and remembering that they are pure light and love and innocence, not because they are a child, but because that is the reality of us all. Second, examining your beliefs about germs and viruses and your child’s susceptibility – do you have a fear thought that they are going to get sick? I would suggest practicing forgiveness around those thoughts, and around when they appear to get sick. You takie care of the body – both yours and theirs – the best you can while knowing it is in the dream,. Since the dream is where we think we are we feed and care for the body, give it medicine, take it to the Dr, etc. But we can still not identify with it as ourselves, or as our kids’, Truth. And we can remind them and ourselves of that every day by saying, “You are spirit, pure, whole, and innocent. All is forgiven and released.” ❤️

  18. An awesome message of truth Kelly. My heart is grateful to be so well reminded as I woke up this morning with a “husky” voice thinking I must take care of this “body”.

    1. Hi Linda! Thank you for writing – I know there can be that, “Oh no” fear reaction when we wake up with a bodily symptom. The best medicine? Remind yourself, “I am not a body, I am free. I am still as God crested me.” ❤️

  19. Kelly, thank you so much your blog post on illness. It was spot on and it’s all just an illusion there to keep the ego mind alive. I will add your marvelous video to my daily practice to remind myself daily that this sickness is just an illusion it’s not real. What is real is the love of God and that we are eternal Whole complete. Many blessings, Rand.

    Ps keep The blog posts On illusion of sickness coming. It’s extremely helpful.

    1. Hi Rand! I am so happy you found the post helpful. We’re all undoing this illusion together. Thank you so much for reading!

  20. Thank you Kelly…I’m always touched spiritually by your teachings. You keep it real – all of you keep it real at TOG!
    Will you be in Boston in May at the conference? I’m going and would love to meet you. Have a great day!!

    1. Hi Mary! Thank you for reading! Yes, I will be in Boston in May, and I totally look forward to meeting you too! Yay! ❤️

  21. Thank you Kelliy! This is super helpful. I was just “coming down with something”. And I am also the cofounder of a clinic where there seems to be much evidence of sick bodies! I used to question a lot if I was supposed to be doing that and it was very painful. Now I am trusting more more I am right where I’m supposed to be Seeing Beyond the form to the truth in all of us💖🌟

    1. Hi Helen! You ARE EXACTLY right where you’re supposed to be… “Seeing beyond the form to the truth in all of us”! Bam! Mic drop. 😊

  22. Loved it Kelly, I love these 10 min messages! So easy to come back to as a reminder of who we truly are. I Love You.

    1. Hi Donna! Little miracle sound bytes that we can snack on to nourish us when the ego mind wants us to be hangry and believe we are what we are not. 💖

  23. Kelly, I want to say THANK YOU from the very core of my being! Your message has hit home for me. I have been helping my mom go through stage 4 cancer and it has been a difficult road to how to apply the ACIM to how I feel and what I see. I tried to use the ACIM concepts ” that she is not a body” etc but I would just end up sympathizing with the ego’s point of view. Today I devoted my entire morning to catching up and grounding myself with all the lessons, lectures etc that I have been blowing off. I going to read this every day as it brings me peace and I am going to use your blog as my grounding force until I get it consistently and always! My perspective has got to change from sorrow to joy. Thank you for being the light and reminding me of who we all are. I have forgotten! xoxoxo

    1. Hi Carmen! I am so happy it was helpful, thank you for reading and for writing. YOU are being the light in your willingness to remember the truth of who you are and who your mother is. There is no separation between you, and you can hold that for truth for the both of you because all minds are joined. Neither the body or cancer are who your mother is, or what reality is.

  24. Kelly Russell, who is not a body, but is PURE LOVE, you nailed it for me! This is so timely. I hear only reports of sickness at school, home, phone and loud and clear in my head! I want to tattoo the words of your blog on my arms so I can review and pray them throughout these days of unholy and impossible malaise.

    I love your words about the special relationship being connected to our special bodies and minds – my ego is sooooo SPECIAL!

    Every morning right after I say “I am here only to be helpful” prayer I am adding, “I am not a body I am free, I am just as God created me, (Pure, Whole and Stunning).

    Kelly, I am grateful to your beautiful unbody sublime Spirit! Thank you for Sharing.
    You are pure love, (That’s another reason I Love You).


  25. just love your humor and expression of truth~ was feeling crummy this morning, and after you said the word “forgiveness “ felt a rubber band snap and my physical symptoms transform!

    thank you, Kelly~ each time i hear this teaching. it feels fresh and alive,

  26. Cowabunga!
    I love how you found all these pithy teachings, and put them into one lesson. There are so may wonderful reminders here. Thank you also for making me laugh out loud several times. I will no longer be tempted to see any fun in dysfunctional!

    Thank you, thank you.

  27. Dear Kelly,
    Thank you very much. For me as a beginner with ACIM your explanation is very clear to me. I was looking for some explanation about sickness and healing. A friend of mine, who studies the ACIM for years, is very sick, but she won’t go to see a regular doctor because she says ‘my body is an illusion and when I take medicins or go to a doctor, I take this body for real.
    I am very puzzled…. because Yes, I am starting to understand about the body we created, I understand what you write about it, that feels very much like the thruth for me, but for the time we have this body, don’t we have to take care of it, with eating, drinking, exercise and going to a doctor? I take care of the house I live in (and created 😉) too, so why not take care of this body?
    With love,
    P.s. I am so glad I found you guys! Love Lisa’ and her 40 day’s so much ❤️

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