Confusing the three levels of spirit, mind and body by thinking that correction applies to a level other than mind. Spirit needs no correction, for it cannot be in error and cannot be tainted by the errors of the mind. The body cannot make errors (since it has no volition of its own) and has no power to hurt the mind or make it happy. The mind is the only level that needs correction—the correction of its faulty thinking. Magic represents level confusion and the miracle is the means of undoing it (see T-2.IV.2). This term only occurs in the first two chapters of the Text. See T-2.V.1.