Path of Light: Stepping into Peace with A Course in Miracles

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Path of Light provides a fresh, superb, and penetrating overview of A Course in Miracles (ACIM), encompassing what it is, how it was written, what it teaches, and, most of all, how to live it. Veteran Course teacher, Robert Perry, has written this innovative exploration for the full spectrum of potential readers, from those who are simply curious about ACIM to those who are experienced students. Perry writes in a clear, straightforward fashion, and, like a storyteller, he uses simple words to relay the deep truth...
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Overview

Path of Light provides a fresh, superb, and penetrating overview of A Course in Miracles (ACIM), encompassing what it is, how it was written, what it teaches, and, most of all, how to live it. Veteran Course teacher, Robert Perry, has written this innovative exploration for the full spectrum of potential readers, from those who are simply curious about ACIM to those who are experienced students. Perry writes in a clear, straightforward fashion, and, like a storyteller, he uses simple words to relay the deep truth of the teachings of ACIM. More challenging than popular self-help summaries, yet more practical and engaging than a scholarly analysis, Path of Light will provide a new standard of reference on the most remarkable spiritual teaching originating in modern times. This is a skillful and elegant presentation from the warm heart and brilliant mind of one of the most respected teachers of A Course in Miracles. A softly illuminated portal that ushers us into the boundless room of light that is 'A Course in Miracles.' (Hugh Prather)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781886602236
  • Publisher: Circle Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/1/2004
  • Pages: 266
  • Sales rank: 530,428
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.76 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Perry is an internationally respected author and teacher of A Course in Miracles, and founder of the Circle of Atonement Teaching and Healing Center. His materials help readers appreciate, understand, and practice the teachings of the Course.

Robert's goal has always been to provide a complete picture of what the Course is -- as a thought system and as a path meant to be lived in the world on a daily basis -- and to support students in walking along that path.

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Table of Contents

List of illustrations xiii
Foreword xv
Preface: Assessing A Course in Miracles xvii
Acknowledgements xxv
Introduction xxvii
Part I How It Came and What It Is
Introduction to Part I 5
1 The Genesis of A Course in Miracles 7
2 What Is A Course in Miracles? 25
Part II The Teaching
Introduction to Part II 43
3 The Problem 45
4 Reality and Illusion 65
5 The Answer 91
Part III The Program
Introduction to Part III 123
6 The Text: Reconstructing Our Worldview 131
7 The Workbook: The Practice of Salvation 151
8 The Manual for Teachers: Teach Only Love 171
Part IV Living the Course
Introduction to Part IV 193
9 Setting out and Continuing on the Path 195
10 The Promise of A Course in Miracles 217
Notes 239
Glossary of Course Terms 249
Index 259
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