What other writings came from the same source as the Course?

In the years after the Course was scribed by Helen Schucman, several other writings were scribed in the same manner:

  • Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process, and Practice (1973-75): This supplement to the Course applies the principles of the Course to the practice of psychotherapy.
  • "Clarification of Terms" (1975): This is now in the back of the Course, after the Manual for Teachers. It came as a result of a request from Helen, Ken Wapnick, and Judy Skutch for a glossary that would define some of the terms used in the Course.
  • The Song of Prayer: Prayer, Forgiveness, Healing (1977): This supplement to the Course presents a Course perspective on three topics associated with traditional religion: prayer, forgiveness, and healing.
  • "The Gifts of God" (1978): This currently appears at the end of Helen's book of poetry, also entitled The Gifts of God. It is Helen's last scribing, and came in response to a fearful situation she was facing in her life. Its main theme is the contrast between the deceptive "gifts" of fear and the glorious gifts of God.

For more information, consult the following teaching materials based on these works: For the Psychotherapy supplement, see Robert Perry's article A Basic Outline of Course-Based Psychotherapy.

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