The unreal counterpart of creating, the process by which we produce illusions. Whereas creation uses an undivided will to produce eternal reality, making employs a divided or split mind and produces uncertain, ambivalent illusions. Everything produced outside of Heaven—thoughts, perceptions, forms, and events—is made. It is thus unreal and impermanent. The Course occasionally speaks of the Holy Spirit making illusory reflections of reality (see T-25.III.4-5). See creation.