12 Health Tips ACIM Students Should Try

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In Gary Renard’s third book Love Has Forgotten No One: The Answer to Life, he continued his series of conversations with two ascended masters Arten and Pursah who appeared to him in person and advised him (and all his readers) on practising A Course in Miracles. Unlike his previous two books which focus more on the spiritual aspects of A Course in Miracles, the third book also touches on the twin tower attacks and practical tips on improving health. As a result, some doubters criticise the book for moving away from a spiritual focus into more earthly discussions. Then again, these detractors fail to realize what Arten and Pursah have been emphasizing all along. The reason they are sharing…

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Not Taking It Seriously

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Excerpts from Miracles versus Magic Workshop held at the Foundation for A Course in Miracles Temecula CA By Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D. Remember, the separation began not with the tiny, mad idea, but when we remembered not to laugh at it and took it seriously instead. Therefore if we can look at our ego—even better, if we can look at our decision for the ego and not take it seriously, we will have undone the ego. Thus, we are not asked to give up taking vitamins; we are asked to give up taking our taking vitamins so seriously, which happens when we judge ourselves for taking them. Likewise, we take the ego seriously when we feel good about something…

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Truly all photographs are self-portraits.

Truly all photographs are self-portraits. – Elizabeth Opalenik There is only one Son of God.

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Think Your Way to Happiness

Editor’s note: Arten and Pursah also spoke about the same technique in Gary Renard’s third book, Love Has Forgotten No One. Who is the happiest man in the world? If you Google it, the name “Matthieu Ricard” pops up. Matthieu Ricard, 69, is a Tibetan Buddhist monk who has been called “the world’s happiest man.” That’s because he participated in a 12-year brain study on meditation and compassion led by a neuroscientist from the University of Wisconsin, Richard Davidson. Davidson hooked up Ricard’s head to 256 sensors and found that when Ricard was meditating on compassion, his mind was unusually light. Click here for the full article

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The Tao of Kenneth Wapnick and Gary Renard

Ike Allen, the creator of films like A Course in Miracles The Movie and Leap! A Quantum Awakening has released a new video featuring interviews of Kenneth Wapnick and Gary Renard. Although the video lacks depth, it helps to have Kenneth Wapnick and Gary Renard to remind us the tenets of A Course in Miracles. To purchase the digital download or DVD, go to: http://www.avaiya.com/kenandgary/

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Never Forget to Laugh

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Never Forget to laugh is a biography of Bill Thetford written by Carol M. Howe, a close friend of the co-scribe of A Course in Miracles in his later years. It is essentially the counterpart of Kenneth Wapnick’s book, Absence from Felicity: The Story of Helen Schucman and Her Scribing of A Course in Miracles, only that it focuses primarily on Bill. I knew Bill Thetford was a professor of psychology at University of Columbia. But it was only from Never Forget to Laugh that I realise how much more remarkable his career actually was. Helen and Bill were basically among the who’s who of the psychology academia. My respect for them is even more profound since the both of…

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My Meeting With Ramana Maharshi

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A Passerby’s note: Notice the similarities between what Ramana Maharshi and A Course in Miracles are saying? It is clear that Ramana Maharshi is an enlightened being. She was a Hollywood screenwriter. He was the most revered sage in India. Here’s what happened when she visited him for three days. By Mercedes De Acosta Mercedes De Acosta was a Cuban-American screenwriter of the 1920s and 30s who was famous for her love affairs with Greta Garbow, Marlene Dietrich, Isadora Duncan, and a host of other beautiful celebrities. “I can get any woman away from any man,” she liked to tell her friends. In 1938 she traveled to Arunachala to meet Ramana Maharshi and stayed for three days….

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  • Better Angels of our Nature
    Sometimes the idea of wrong- and right-mindedness has been spoken about profoundly. What the Course would call the wrong mind, at least on this level, Carl Gustav Jung called your "shadow"; and what the Course would call right-mindedness, Abraham Lincoln referred to as "the better angels of our nature." Only the Course puts everything in […]