A Course in Miracles

A Course in Miracles also known as ACIM is a self-study book which aims to assist its readers in achieving spiritual transformation. The book describes a non-dualistic philosophy of forgiveness and includes practical lessons. Helen Schucman the book with the help of William Thetford, based on what she called an “inner voice” which she identified as Jesus. ACIM was published first in 1976 and it has been heavily criticized by Christian communities, but supported by authors such as Eckhart Tolle. From page 877:

“The world you see is based on “sacrifice” of oneness. It is a picture of complete disunity and total lack of joining. Around each entity is built a wall so seeming solid that it looks as if what is inside can never reach without, and what is out can never reach and join with what is locked away within the wall. Each part must sacrifice the other part, to keep itself complete. For if they joined each one would lose its own identity, and by their separation are their selves maintained.”

A Course in Miracles
A Course in Miracles also known as ACIM is a self-study book which aims to assist its readers in achieving spiritual transformation.
Written by: Dr. Helen Schucman
Published by: Foundation for Inner Peace
Edition: First
ISBN: 1883360269
Available in: Ebook

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A Course in Miracles

A Course in Miracles