Forgiveness

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Not Taking It Seriously

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…read more
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The Burglar

This excerpt is taken from "The Meaning of Forgiveness" by Kenneth Wapnick, Page 101 Several years ago, I was awakened in the middle of the night by the sudden realization there was someone standing in my room. After the momentary shock, I remembered "there is nothing to fear" (workbook, p. 77), and calmly asked my uninvited guest: "What can I…read more
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Noni Juice

I have always felt that it is one of ACIM's greatest strength being a spirituality and a course that uses experience to help us build trust and faith while we work towards enlightenment. It isn't a spirituality that needed us to put in blind faith and wondering when God is going to answer our prayers. Since I started practicing true…read more
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How to Stop Running Away from Family Conflicts

This is a profound issue affecting everyone. Taken from http://www.facimoutreach.org/qa/questions/questions17.htm#Q79 Question #79: The relationship I have with my 5 siblings is, for the most part, one of special hate. Our conflicts have been escalating around the care of my mom and the dispersal of her property. I find it easiest simply to disassociate myself from the family and the conflict. This…read more
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You Are Not Really There

In "Disappearance of the Universe" by Gary Renard (Pg 256), Pursah has given us one of the most commonly used thought process example for true forgiveness: You’re not really there. If I think you are guilty or the cause of the problem, and if I made you up, then the imagined guilt and fear must be in me. Since the…read more