If you have not read Book One, The Guide to Word-Vision, there are two things to know. First, Name refers to God or Life, and Word refers to Christ or the mind of Life. This is so believers and nonbelievers can keep their beliefs and together learn what Jesus said about loving the enemies of conscience. For he said that even if we do not believe in him, we should believe in his works. This love was his most important work.

Second is word-vision. It is the innate way we all process meaning and our identity, combining the sight of our eyes (and other senses) and our inner vision, while using the languages of the world and the language of the mind of our heart, specifically our world conscience. To break through all misconceptions with word-vision, we first need to know what, not who, the enemies of conscience are. There are two inanimate enemies – besides the lack of knowledge, there is inner blindness. Together, they make us see others as enemies when they are not or in ways that make it impossible to love them as enemies of conscience. 

When we think we have identified those who are enemies of our conscience, violating its standards, there are three steps to take. First, learn how to always include a place for such people on all four levels of your conscience: world, national, political, and individual. Presently, most of us have multiple pseudo world-consciences instead of awareness of the only one that exists. For example, Israel and Palestine each have a pseudo world conscience because they do not know how to make a place for each other in the one world conscience that is in everyone.

There is a dichotomous national conscience in the United States, a pseudo national conscience for many democrats and one for many republicans, because we do not know how to make a place for each other in the one national conscience that is in all citizens here. Knowing the enemies in our conscience, including those on the personal level, as something dark only blinds us. All life is light in our conscience and there is a way of representing those we do not agree with without blinding ourselves.

The second step is to learn how to recognize and reverse blind light in ourselves first and, then, to at least recognize it in the enemies of our conscience, those who have blinded themselves. The third step is to learn how to see with the collective national and world light in our conscience, even though at first, we are often blind to our light in it, our position in it.

We all exist in the light of Life or God, depending on our beliefs, with a mind and choices on how to form this light according to its nature in us. Once we attempt to form it outside this nature, we cannot use it to see with and do not realize that we are experiencing illusion. This individual experience is joined in various groups within the main ones, the national and the world. 

Given the blindness that exists nationally and throughout the world, we need knowledge to learn how to restore our consciousness of the light we are in Word, who is in Name. Word said to be careful that the light that is in us is not darkness. Book One covers this knowledge and applies it to the personal conscience. Book Two applies it to the national and world levels and covers knowledge necessary for that.

The light of our conscience is a clear living mirror. Name, its source in Word, said that to the pure He shows Himself pure, but to the crooked, He shows Himself twisted.[44] This is the living mirror of which we partake. To be free, we need to learn its nature and choose to work our will within its abundant boundaries in us, all of which are good.

[44] Psalm 18:26