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- 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?
- 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?
- Hi Martin - thanks for your comment - it is valid! I did this website a couple of years ago and should probably update it. Ken - kenbok commented on Links and Resources
- Hello, I've just come across this website. It seemed at first glance it might have some substantial content to it, but then I noticed with some shock that you are recommending Gary Renard's book(s) not only as serious resources on the Course but actually giving it pride of place as "the most important book - Martin Pettet commented on Links and Resources
- Respectfully, the classical theistic tradition is grossly misrepresented here. It is true, of course, that many people "on the ground" have a rather parochial understanding of God. But that's kind of besides the point. All three of the Western Abrahamic faiths are absolutely clear that the Godhead is beyond our comprehension as "He" exists - Cassiodorus commented on What is a non-dual God?
- (in response to Marc) --How Wonderful!!!! :~)) I catch glimpses of that Oneness. - Cathy commented on “Forget this Course:” Going Beyond A Course in Miracles by Gerry Hackman and Joseph Starchild
- I agree completely with Erin's comment. Why drop "holier than thou" innuendos if they are not important? And Marla, why do you call Erin's comment an "attack" and deem her opinion "negative"? That is just passive aggression and a suppression technique. Are you uncomfortable with opinions other than your own? Let it go. Your opinions, my - Jack commented on A Course in Miracles and Buddhism: A Comparison
- I am a good friend of Diederik Wolsak and the Choose Again Center in Arenal, Costa Rica. A group of friends reviewed your comparsion of ACIM with Buddhism, and now another group of Spanish speaking friends wants to do it , but we need a Spanish version--does one exist? if - Robert Charles Wells commented on A Course in Miracles and Buddhism: A Comparison
- I enjoyed reading through the comments. This article attracted my attention as a way of discussing ACIM with my Buddhist friends. I do not have the background in Buddhism many of the previous commenters have. And, I would like to query a statement from the last comment. It is my - Judith kemp commented on A Course in Miracles and Buddhism: A Comparison
- I tried to write to the email you posted on the top of the blog, however, it was returned due to email address not found. I don't blame you for publishing a misleading email. You topic of discussion must ruffle more than a few Christian feathers. lol!!! Thanks for compiling and posting the list of - G. commented on My Top 10 Resources for new ACIM students
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