"Perception is impossible WITHOUT a belief in "more" and "less." Unless perception, at every level, involves selectivity, it is incapable of organization. In all types of perception, there is a continual process of accepting and rejecting, of organizing and reorganizing, and of shifting and changing focus. Evaluation is an essential aspect of perception, because a judgment MUST be made for selection. "Lack of lack" is a concept which is meaningless to a perceiver, because the ability to perceive at all RESTS ON lack."
"What happens to perceptions if there ARE no judgments, and there is nothing BUT perfect equality? Perception is automatically useless. Truth can only be KNOWN."
"Only perception involves partial awareness. Knowledge transcends ALL of the laws which govern perception. Partial KNOWLEDGE is impossible."
"Since perception rests on lack, those who perceive have not totally accepted the Atonement and given over themselves to truth. Perception IS a separated state, and the perceiver DOES need healing."
"In electing the ability to perceive instead of the will to know, man placed himself in a position where he could resemble his Father ONLY by perceiving miraculously. But he lost the knowledge that he HIMSELF is a miracle."
"Unless perception rests on some knowing basis, it is so unstable that it doesn't mean anything. Knowing is not open to interpretation, because its meaning is its own. It is possible to interpret meaning, but this is always open to error because it involves the perception of meaning. "
"To perceive the truth is not the same as knowing it."
"Perception is fundamentally unstable."
"The one correction possible for false perception must be true perception. It will not endure."
"Gone is perception, false and true alike."
"Perception is temporary. It is an attribute of the space-time belief, and is therefore subject to fear or love."
"Misperception produces fear, and true perception produces love. NEITHER produces certainty because all perception varies. That is why it is NOT knowledge."
"The miracle is a way of PERCEIVING, not a way of knowing. It is the right answer to a question, but you do not ask questions at all when you know."
"Since perceptions CHANGE, their dependence on time is obvious. They are subject to transitory states, and this implies variability by definition."
"The fact that perception is involved at all removes the experience from the realm of knowledge."
"Perception involves the body even in its most spiritualized form."
"Knowledge preceded both perception and time, and will also ultimately replace (or correct for) them."
"For the mind that knows this unequivocally, knows also that it dwells in eternity, and utilizes no perception at all."
"Perception, at its loftiest, is NEVER complete. Even the perception of the Holy Spirit, as perfect as perception CAN be, is without meaning in Heaven."
"But no perception, however holy, will last FOREVER."
"God's laws do not obtain directly to a world perception rules, for such a world could not have been created by the Mind to which perception has no meaning."
"Perception rests on choosing; knowledge does not."