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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…read more
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Never Forget to Laugh

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…read more
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My Meeting With Ramana Maharshi

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…read more
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A Spirituality That Actually Works

Many spiritualities are out there fighting for our 'soul', telling us that their path is the only way to God. Yet, A Course in Miracles only claims to be one of the thousands of spiritualities out there, all of which leads to the same path. Arten and Pursah, ascended masters who appear to the best-selling author of Disappearance of the Universe,…read more
Interviews

Susan Dugan: The Quiet Center – An interview with Ken Wapnick

Excerpt from Susan Dugan's interview with Kenneth Wapnick in Feb 2010. During a recent visit to The Foundation for A Course in Miracles (FACIM) in Temecula, California to attend a workshop with friend and fellow Course student Deb Shelly, I interviewed premier Course scholar Ken Wapnick, PhD, about his journey with the Course. I wanted to know how Ken perceived…read more