Review of: (16) I have no neutral thoughts. (17) I see no neutral things. (18) I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my seeing. (19) I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts. (20) I am determined to see.
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Announcing a brand new edition of A Course in Miracles
See the book trailer for the Complete and Annotated Edition of A Course in Miracles, newly edited from the original handwritten notes of Helen Schucman:
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URL for Greg Mackie’s presentation at the Community Miracles Center Conference in Las Vegas (April 8-10, 2016)
For those who attended Greg Mackie’s presentation on “How to Work Miracles” (and for those who didn’t as well!), here is the URL for the notes to that presentation:
We enourage you to download these notes if you would like to put into practice the material Greg presented on how to work miracles. Enjoy!
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Recent CCC Classes
Accepting the Atonement
Most Course students know that the sole responsibility of the miracle worker is to accept the Atonement. But what does it mean to do so? How do we accept the Atonement? New material in the Complete and Annotated Edition makes this both clear and doable.
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It is commonly assumed that delving into one's past wounds is the key to understanding oneself and is the path to healing. What does A Course in Miracles say about this?
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A Better Way
January/March Issue of A Better Way #139 In January, we released the Circle of Atonement's new Complete and Annotated Edition of A Course in Miracles ("CE" for short). For this edition of A Better Way, we asked people who played some part in producing the CE how they are experiencing their reading of the new edition, now that it is the version of the Course that they are actually using day to day. We hope you enjoy reading the responses. Click here to read this month's A Better Way.
Hurts So Good? by Greg Mackie Recently, I heard a spiritual teacher present what was to me an odd (and definitely non-Course) rationale for forgiveness: We can forgive those who attack us because we secretly agreed to have them attack Read more or post a reply»
Unlimited communication The Course tells us that communication must be unlimited. Does this mean that we have to tell everyone all of our private thoughts? Is Jesus speaking here of something akin to the Christian idea of confession? Read more or post a reply»
A Workbook Companion, Volume I, Second Edition The indispensable companion on your journey through the Workbook of A Course in Miracles. These books offer insightful teachings, personal anecdotes, detailed lesson instructions, and cameo essays on related topics such as meditation in the Course.