Episode 3 – A Course in Miracles and Breaking Addiction – John Campbell
January 31st, 2012 § 0 comments
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- Agree, Lars, like that last line a 100%-- *LoA seems to put the emphasis on having a good gaming experience (nothing wrong with that) and *ACIM puts the emphasis on do you want to keep playing this game. Your comment today comes at an interesting time, I seem to think that I want to stop playing the - Anil commented on The Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles
- A Matrix-like analogy would be that of a modern computer game. One part of you is sitting in the sofa holding the controller, while another is quite immersed in the game, playing the designated role of the game (the hero of the dream). There seem to be all kinds of possibilities, and you have much - Lars commented on The Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles
- https://www.dropbox.com/s/9i644vtp9lpitcx/ACIM_Metaphysics_Chart.png?dl=0 - kenbok commented on New Slideshow
- Lovely reflections Jewel. I am on the fence about some things (eg. "lower" vibrational) but I like to think of it as... ontological difference - which is a 10 dollar word to say, different levels of existence... I like to believe ACIM works on a deeper level than the law of attraction, which is still - kenbok commented on The Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles
- Hi, Enjoying all the posts and article, thanks Ken. I am interested in the ACIM teaching that The Script is written... Gary Renard and Ken Wapnick both speak eloquently about how it is a multi-dimensional script, already written at the moment of the big bang. Forgiveness collapses lower vibrational time-lines or scripts. - Jewel commented on The Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles
- Ken, I agree with Anil below: I'm quite surprised that you would consider these sorts of criticisms of Renard's work "valid". Why? And what has changed your thinking? For the record I consider Renard's books to be fantastic resources for properly interpreting the Course, regardless of the opinion of Internet critics. - Vince commented on Links and Resources
- looking in particular for diagram/flow chart of what the Course is. - Alex Hay commented on New Slideshow
- My experience was I was a student of ACIM and then I came across the Abraham teachings. When I first read ACIM, it was very powerful but also threatening to my ego. I trusted in the universe, though, and let it go for a while. That is when the Abraham teachings came into my life. - Mary Hall commented on The Law of Attraction and A Course in Miracles
- Dear Friend, I work at the leading academic center that researches enlightenment, nonduality, mystical experience, union with the divine, transcendental consciousness, and similar states of consciousness. The academic term for these is persistent non-symbolic experience (PNSE). We coordinate, assist, and evaluate psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience research in these areas. Though it is not very well known - Nichol commented on What is a non-dual God?
- This is a brilliant article. Thank you to the authors, Gerry and Joseph, and to Ken for publishing it here... - anil commented on “Forget this Course:” Going Beyond A Course in Miracles by Gerry Hackman and Joseph Starchild
- Wow, this is a fascinating exchange between you and Martin, Ken. Martins comments, I have seen before, from other writers, but your response to him took me quite by surprise. Anyway. It is what is...hope you are doing well in SFO Cheers, anil Ps, I still haven't hooked up with the acim contact in sg..hope to do so one of - anil commented on Links and Resources
- Humbled. Yes I see your point of view. I am going to be revamping the site as soon as I have time. - kenbok commented on What is a non-dual God?
- I've always taken the position that the Eastern doctrine of illusion is, in fact, quite compatible with Western theology. The theistic tradition speaks of creation, and creation, is, of course, "real". But creation doesn't have "being" - that is- being of it's own. The Creator is creating the created order in every instant that it - Cassiodorus commented on What is a non-dual God?
- This is an extraordinary breakdown of the philosophy of the Matrix trilogy and how it fits with the Course. Well done, and thank you! - Joseph commented on A Course in Miracles and the Matrix
- Thank you for your thought-provoking and enlightening comment. - kenbok commented on What is a non-dual God?
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