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  • The Man Who Trusted God: Jesus' Final Parable What if Easter was another one of Jesus' parables, only this time one that was actually lived out? If it was, how would we tell that parable?
  • Let Us Pray What do we do with the prayers in the second part of the Workbook? We don't, for God's sake, actually pray them, do we? Robert relates his experience with them in this article, originally printed in On Course magazine.
  • How Could They Do This to Me? It is common to blame our parents for everything that is wrong with us. Jesus addressed this very issue with Bill Thetford's relationship to his parents. What did he have to say?
  • How Literally Do We Take the Course? It is common to read the Course as mostly metaphorical. Yet is that how the Course expects us to read it?
  • Feelings in A Course in Miracles The Course's perspective on feelings is quite different from popular psychological views in our culture. This article attempts to clarify the differences.
  • The Strange Taboo Against Disagreeing Robert addresses the point of view, common in spiritual circles, which says that it is never OK to express disagreement/
  • Acting Out Fantasies Is Just Plain Acting Out This study explores the Course's use of the term "acting out," which refers primarily to the familiar process of acting out our fantasies, but implies that this highly valued process is a case of just plain "acting out." Could it be that our normal pursuit of our hopes and dreams is just one big tantrum?
  • Make This Year Different: How the Course Would Have Us Approach the New Year As the new year arrives and you ponder making yet another set of resolutions, it may interest you to know that A Course in Miracles has its own ideas about the new year. In the final days of 1966 and the initial days of 1967, Helen Schucman took down a series of references to the new year. In this article, Robert goes through the meatiest of these references and applies them to our lives.
  • Watching Your Mind for Thoughts That Block Healing Robert provides a series of 26 questions to help one identify common thoughts during a therapy session that get in the way of real healing.
  • How to Be Truly Helpful: Doing Course-Based Psychotherapy? Robert summarizes the role of the therapist as helping the patient move from the little self, through the inflated self, through the guilty self, to the true Self. Based on a close study of Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process and Practice.

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