I am entitle to miracles because I am under no laws but God’s.
His laws release me from all grivances, and replace them with miracles. And i would accept the miracles in place of the grivances, which are but illusions that hide the miracles beyond. Now I would accept only what the laws of God entitle me to have, that I may use it on behalf of the function He has given me. You might use these suggetions for specif applications of this idea:
Behind this is a miracle to which I am entitle.
Let me not hold a grivance againts you,(name), but offer you the miracle that belongs to you instead. Seen truly, this offers me a miracle.
Origin:Lesson 89 form the Workbook for students of a Course in Miracles of the Inner Foundation for the Peace
The power of decision is my own.
No one can suffer loss unless it be his own decision. No one suffers pain except his choice elects this state for him. No one can grieve, nor fear, nor think him sick unless these are the outcomes that he wants. And no one dies without his own consent.
Nothing occurs but represents your wish, and nothing is omitted that you choose. Here is your world, complete in all details. Here is its whole reality for you. And it is only here where salvation is.
You may believe that this position is extreme, and too inclusive to be true. Yet can truth have exceptions. If you have the gift of everything, can loss be real? Can pain be part of peace, or grief or joy?Can fear and sickness enter in a mind where love and perfect holiness abide? Truth must be all-inclusive, if it be the thru at all. Accept no opposites and no exceptions, for to do so is to contradict the truth entirely.
Origin:Lesson 152 of A course in Miracles Course in Miracles of the Inner Foundation for the Peace