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  • Big Daddy or Divine Desert? What is the nature of God? Is God the big daddy in the sky we were taught in church? Is God the formless void of the mystics? Is there a way to weave the best in both these concepts into a single concept?
  • Seeing the Meaning in the Idea for the Day Repeating the idea for the day is a staple of Workbook practice, but what good will that repetition do if the idea means nothing to us? This article, using Lesson 264 as an example, shows us how to draw out the meaning of the idea for the day, and thus make our practicing of that idea more powerful and more effective.
  • Tips on Practice: Reading Aloud and Expanded Prayers A brief exploration of two powerful techniques for making our Course practice come alive: reading the lesson aloud, and turning what we read into a spoken prayer.
  • "Be in My Mind, My Father": An Appreciation of the Prayer for Lesson 232 Robert draws out the meaning in this beautiful prayer, in which we speak intimately to God of spending an entire day with Him, from the moment of waking through the evening and even into our sleep.
  • Twelve Remedies for the Wandering Mind Have you ever sat down to meditate and found your mind so choked with uncontrollable thoughts that your mediation felt like a waste of time? Here are twelve remedies from the Course for dealing with those distracting thoughts.
  • When Should You Take Your Morning Quiet Time? Spending quiet time with God each morning is an essential part of the training program of the Workbook. But with our hectic schedules it can be hard to know when the ideal time is. What does the Workbook say about this?
  • This Is as Every Day Should Be: How to Have the Ideal Day We all long to have a happy day. Surprisingly, the Course contains a massive amount of instruction on how we can have a perfectly happy day.
  • The Practice of Mental Vigilance Discusses the crucial and helpful practice of "watching" our thoughts, as taught in the Course.
  • There Is No Salvation in Form A look at the many ways we try to find our salvation in some form, rather than in the formless love of God.
  • Handling Our Fears The tough truth the Course sets forth is that we are responsible for our fear. It tells us that fear is not involuntary; it is our responsibility. The good news is that there is a way out of our self-made fear. Allen shows us the way out, drawing mainly on a couple of sections from early in the Text.

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