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delusional system

 

delusional system

Conventional: A psychological term for a system of exceedingly faulty beliefs about reality that persists despite obvious and overwhelming proof to the contrary.

ACIM: The ego’s thought system, which is fixed, tightly organized, and apparently stable, yet which is inherently vulnerable because it flies in the face of reality and would fall apart under real scrutiny. The delusions in this system include the idea that we can actually attack God and tear away part of Him (T-5.V.3:9-10) and that we made our own father (T-11.In.2:4).