Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.
The workshop centers on three ways of looking at the world: as a bad idea—a maladaptive solution to a nonexistent problem; as a better idea—an outside picture of an inward condition; and as the best idea—the real world. The workshop thus begins with an examination of the place the world holds in the ego’s strategy of protecting the mind’s illusory thought of separation by keeping us mindless (i.e., as bodies). It then moves to the Holy Spirit’s correction of forgiveness, which is to see the world as a mere projection of a nonexistent thought system from which we can withdraw our belief. The process of correction culminates in the attainment of the real world, the state beyond the dream that lasts but an instant before we remember God and disappear into the heart of creation.
Original Workshop Date: 05/2005