Living With Miracles
A Common Sense Guide to A Course in MiraclesBook - 2011
The first reliable, comprehensive guide to studying A Course in Miracles , for readers at all levels of experience. 'The best book on A Course in Miracles that I have ever read. With this work, D. Patrick Miller steps to the front rank of authorities on the Course.' - Richard Smoley, author of Inner Christianity and Conscious Love The spiritual teachings known as A Course in Miracles has touched millions of lives. And yet ACourse can be surprisingly difficult to navigate. From its often complex concepts about the nature of the ego, reality, and love; to the many intense and sometimes shocking personal changes it can bring into readers' lives-from hearing inner voices to changing personal relationships to forgiving the unforgivable - A Course in Miracles can present a challenge to even the most motivated of students. Now D. Patrick Miller-the leading historical chronicler of A Course in Miracles and a highly respected authority on its teachings-presents the definitive how-to manual for engaging with the Course. His guide distills years of hard-won insights and helps newcomers and veteran students alike navigate the often intense experience. Living with Miracles is designed so that no one feels unmoored or lacking guidance when approaching the Course, even for the first time. It presents stories from practitioners around the world who reflect honestly on their often uplifting, sometimes challenging experiences with the Course. D. Patrick Miller guides you through the most common emotions, reactions, and questions that arise when studying the Text and Workbook lessons. He often insights and tips on pacing yourself, as well as advice on working through potential early misconceptions and difficult later developmental stages. He also provides engagingly useful historical background material and an appendix and resources section with ideas for those wishing to continue their study and further immerse themselves in this remarkable spiritual teaching.
Publisher: New York : J.P. Tarcher/Penguin, c2011.
Characteristics: 298 p. ; 21 cm.
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