A Course in Miracles is the acclaimed spiritual guide that teaches the way to universal love and peace is by undoing guilt through forgiving others. The "miracles" of the title refers to shifts in perception from fear to love, which fosters the healing and sanctification of relationships. Although expressed in terms of traditional Christianity, this life-changing work constitutes nonsectarian, universal spiritual teachings.
The three-part approach begins with an explanation of the course's theory and the development of the experience of forgiveness. The second consists of a workbook, comprising 365 lessons — an exercise for each day of the year — intended to influence students' perceptions. The third section presents a manual for teachers, in which the question-and-answer format provides responses for likely inquiries as well as definitions for terms used throughout the course. Written by Dr. Helen Schucman, a clinical and research psychologist, and edited by her colleague at Columbia University, Dr. William Thetford, from 1965 to 1970, A Course in Miracles has been translated into more than 20 languages and sold millions of copies around the world.
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Helen Schucman was a clinical and research psychologist and tenured Associate Professor of Medical Psychology at Columbia University. Schucman transcribed A Course in Miracles through an inner dictation she identified as coming from Jesus.
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The Meaning of Miracles
Principles of Miracles
1. There is no order of difficulty in miracles. One is not "harder" or "bigger" than another. They are all the same. All expressions of love are maximal.
2. Miracles as such do not matter. The only thing that matters is their Source, Which is far beyond evaluation.
3. Miracles occur naturally as expressions of love. The real miracle is the love that inspires them. In this sense everything that comes from love is a miracle.
4. All miracles mean life, and God is the Giver of life. His Voice will direct you very specifically. You will be told all you need to know.
5. Miracles are habits, and should be involuntary. They should not be under conscious control. Consciously selected miracles can be misguided.
6. Miracles are natural. When they do not occur something has gone wrong.
7. Miracles are everyone's right, but purification is necessary first.
8. Miracles are healing because they supply a lack; they are performed by those who temporarily have more for those who temporarily have less.
9. Miracles are a kind of exchange. Like all expressions of love, which are always miraculous in the true sense, the exchange reverses the physical laws. They bring more love both to the giver and the receiver.
10. The use of miracles as spectacles to induce belief is a misunderstanding of their purpose.
11. Prayer is the medium of miracles. It is a means of communication of the created with the Creator. Through prayer love is received, and through miracles love is expressed.
12. Miracles are thoughts. Thoughts can represent the lower or bodily level of experience, or the higher or spiritual level of experience. One makes the physical, and the other creates the spiritual.
13. Miracles are both beginnings and endings, and so they alter the temporal order. They are always affirmations of rebirth, which seem to go back but really go forward. They undo the past in the present, and thus release the future.
14. Miracles bear witness to truth. They are convincing because they arise from conviction. Without conviction they deteriorate into magic, which is mindless and therefore destructive; or rather, the uncreative use of mind.
15. Each day should be devoted to miracles. The purpose of time is to enable you to learn how to use time constructively. It is thus a teaching device and a means to an end. Time will cease when it is no longer useful in facilitating learning.
16. Miracles are teaching devices for demonstrating it is as blessed to give as to receive. They simultaneously increase the strength of the giver and supply strength to the receiver.
17. Miracles transcend the body. They are sudden shifts into invisibility, away from the bodily level. That is why they heal.
18. A miracle is a service. It is the maximal service you can render to another. It is a way of loving your neighbor as yourself. You recognize your own and your neighbor's worth simultaneously.
19. Miracles make minds one in God. They depend on cooperation because the Sonship is the sum of all that God created. Miracles therefore reflect the laws of eternity, not of time.
20. Miracles reawaken the awareness that the spirit, not the body, is the altar of truth. This is the recognition that leads to the healing power of the miracle.
21. Miracles are natural signs of forgiveness. Through miracles you accept God's forgiveness by extending it to others.
22. Miracles are associated with fear only because of the belief that darkness can hide. You believe that what your physical eyes cannot see does not exist. This leads to a denial of spiritual sight.
23. Miracles rearrange perception and place all levels in true perspective. This is healing because sickness comes from confusing the levels.
24. Miracles enable you to heal the sick and raise the dead because you made sickness and death yourself, and can therefore abolish both. You are a miracle, capable of creating in the likeness of your Creator. Everything else is your own nightmare, and does not exist. Only the creations of light are real.
25. Miracles are part of an interlocking chain of forgiveness which, when completed, is the Atonement. Atonement works all the time and in all the dimensions of time.
26. Miracles represent freedom from fear. "Atoning" means "undoing." The undoing of fear is an essential part of the Atonement value of miracles.
27. A miracle is a universal blessing from God through me to all my brothers. It is the privilege of the forgiven to forgive.
28. Miracles are a way of earning release from fear. Revelation induces a state in which fear has already been abolished. Miracles are thus a means and revelation is an end.
29. Miracles praise God through you. They praise Him by honoring His creations, affirming their perfection. They heal because they deny body-identification and affirm spirit-identification.
30. By recognizing spirit, miracles adjust the levels of perception and show them in proper alignment. This places spirit at the center, where it can communicate directly.
31. Miracles should inspire gratitude, not awe. You should thank God for what you really are. The children of God are holy and the miracle honors their holiness, which can be hidden but never lost.
32. I inspire all miracles, which are really intercessions. They intercede for your holiness and make your perceptions holy. By placing you beyond the physical laws they raise you into the sphere of celestial order. In this order you are perfect.
33. Miracles honor you because you are lovable. They dispel illusions about yourself and perceive the light in you. They thus atone for your errors by freeing you from your nightmares. By releasing your mind from the imprisonment of your illusions, they restore your sanity.
34. Miracles restore the mind to its fullness. By atoning for lack they establish perfect protection. The spirit's strength leaves no room for intrusions.
35. Miracles are expressions of love, but they may not always have observable effects.
36. Miracles are examples of right thinking, aligning your perceptions with truth as God created it.
37. A miracle is a correction introduced into false thinking by me. It acts as a catalyst, breaking up erroneous perception and reorganizing it properly. This places you under the Atonement principle, where perception is healed. Until this has occurred, knowledge of the Divine Order is impossible.
38. The Holy Spirit is the mechanism of miracles. He recognizes both God's creations and your illusions. He separates the true from the false by His ability to perceive totally rather than selectively.
39. The miracle dissolves error because the Holy Spirit identifies error as false or unreal. This is the same as saying that by perceiving light, darkness automatically disappears.
40. The miracle acknowledges everyone as your brother and mine. It is a way of perceiving the universal mark of God.
41. Wholeness is the perceptual content of miracles. They thus correct, or atone for, the faulty perception of lack.
42. A major contribution of miracles is their strength in releasing you from your false sense of isolation, deprivation and lack.
43. Miracles arise from a miraculous state of mind, or a state of miracle-readiness.
44. The miracle is an expression of an inner awareness of Christ and the acceptance of His Atonement.
45. A miracle is never lost. It may touch many people you have not even met, and produce undreamed of changes in situations of which you are not even aware.
46. The Holy Spirit is the highest communication medium. Miracles do not involve this type of communication, because they are temporary communication devices. When you return to your original form of communication with God by direct revelation, the need for miracles is over.
47. The miracle is a learning device that lessens the need for time. It establishes an out-of-pattern time interval not under the usual laws of time. In this sense it is timeless.
48. The miracle is the only device at your immediate disposal for controlling time. Only revelation transcends it, having nothing to do with time at all.
49. The miracle makes no distinction among degrees of misperception. It is a device for perception-correction, effective quite apart from either the degree or the direction of the error. This is its true indiscriminateness.
50. The miracle compares what you have made with creation, accepting what is in accord with it as true, and rejecting what is out of accord as false.
Revelation, Time, and Miracles
Revelation induces complete but temporary suspension of doubt and fear. It reflects the original form of communication between God and His creations, involving the extremely personal sense of creation sometimes sought in physical relationships. Physical closeness cannot achieve it. Miracles, however, are genuinely interpersonal, and result in true closeness to others. Revelation unites you directly with God. Miracles unite you directly with your brother. Neither emanates from consciousness, but both are experienced there. Consciousness is the state that induces action, though it does not inspire it. You are free to believe what you choose, and what you do attests to what you believe.
Revelation is intensely personal and cannot be meaningfully translated. That is why any attempt to describe it in words is impossible. Revelation induces only experience. Miracles, on the other hand, induce action. They are more useful now because of their interpersonal nature. In this phase of learning, working miracles is important because freedom from fear cannot be thrust upon you. Revelation is literally unspeakable because it is an experience of unspeakable love.
Awe should be reserved for revelation, to which it is perfectly and correctly applicable. It is not appropriate for miracles because a state of awe is worshipful, implying that one of a lesser order stands before his Creator. You are a perfect creation, and should experience awe only in the presence of the Creator of perfection. The miracle is therefore a sign of love among equals. Equals should not be in awe of one another because awe implies inequality. It is therefore an inappropriate reaction to me. An elder brother is entitled to respect for his greater experience, and obedience for his greater wisdom. He is also entitled to love because he is a brother, and to devotion if he is devoted. It is only my devotion that entitles me to yours. There is nothing about me that you cannot attain. I have nothing that does not come from God. The difference between us now is that I have nothing else. This leaves me in a state which is only potential in you.
"No man cometh unto the Father but by me" does not mean that I am in any way separate or different from you except in time, and time does not really exist. The statement is more meaningful in terms of a vertical rather than a horizontal axis. You stand below me and I stand below God. In the process of "rising up," I am higher because without me the distance between God and man would be too great for you to encompass. I bridge the distance as an elder brother to you on the one hand, and as a Son of God on the other. My devotion to my brothers has placed me in charge of the Sonship, which I render complete because I share it. This may appear to contradict the statement "I and my Father are one," but there are two parts to the statement in recognition that the Father is greater.
Revelations are indirectly inspired by me because I am close to the Holy Spirit, and alert to the revelation-readiness of my brothers. I can thus bring down to them more than they can draw down to themselves. The Holy Spirit mediates higher to lower communication, keeping the direct channel from God to you open for revelation. Revelation is not reciprocal. It proceeds from God to you, but not from you to God.
The miracle minimizes the need for time. In the longitudinal or horizontal plane the recognition of the equality of the members of the Sonship appears to involve almost endless time. However, the miracle entails a sudden shift from horizontal to vertical perception. This introduces an interval from which the giver and receiver both emerge farther along in time than they would otherwise have been. The miracle thus has the unique property of abolishing time to the extent that it renders the interval of time it spans unnecessary. There is no relationship between the time a miracle takes and the time it covers. The miracle substitutes for learning that might have taken thousands of years. It does so by the underlying recognition of perfect equality of giver and receiver on which the miracle rests. The miracle shortens time by collapsing it, thus eliminating certain intervals within it. It does this, however, within the larger temporal sequence.
Atonement and Miracles
I am in charge of the process of Atonement, which I undertook to begin. When you offer a miracle to any of my brothers, you do it to yourself and me. The reason you come before me is that I do not need miracles for my own Atonement, but I stand at the end in case you fail temporarily. My part in the Atonement is the cancelling out of all errors that you could not otherwise correct. When you have been restored to the recognition of your original state, you naturally become part of the Atonement yourself. As you share my unwillingness to accept error in yourself and others, you must join the great crusade to correct it; listen to my voice, learn to undo error and act to correct it. The power to work miracles belongs to you. I will provide the opportunities to do them, but you must be ready and willing. Doing them will bring conviction in the ability, because conviction comes through accomplishment. The ability is the potential, the achievement is its expression, and the Atonement, which is the natural profession of the children of God, is the purpose.
"Heaven and earth shall pass away" means that they will not continue to exist as separate states. My word, which is the resurrection and the life, shall not pass away because life is eternal. You are the work of God, and His work is wholly lovable and wholly loving. This is how a man must think of himself in his heart, because this is what he is.
The forgiven are the means of the Atonement. Being filled with spirit, they forgive in return. Those who are released must join in releasing their brothers, for this is the plan of the Atonement. Miracles are the way in which minds that serve the Holy Spirit unite with me for the salvation or release of all of God's creations.
I am the only one who can perform miracles indiscriminately, because I am the Atonement. You have a role in the Atonement which I will dictate to you. Ask me which miracles you should perform. This spares you needless effort, because you will be acting under direct communication. The impersonal nature of the miracle is an essential ingredient, because it enables me to direct its application, and under my guidance miracles lead to the highly personal experience of revelation. A guide does not control but he does direct, leaving it up to you to follow. "Lead us not into temptation" means "Recognize your errors and choose to abandon them by following my guidance."
Error cannot really threaten truth, which can always withstand it. Only the error is actually vulnerable. You are free to establish your kingdom where you see fit, but the right choice is inevitable if you remember this:
Spirit is in a state of grace forever. Your reality is only spirit. Therefore you are in a state of grace forever.
Atonement undoes all errors in this respect, and thus uproots the source of fear. Whenever you experience God's reassurances as threat, it is always because you are defending misplaced or misdirected loyalty. When you project this to others you imprison them, but only to the extent to which you reinforce errors they have already made. This makes them vulnerable to the distortions of others, since their own perception of themselves is distorted. The miracle worker can only bless them, and this undoes their distortions and frees them from prison.
You respond to what you perceive, and as you perceive so shall you behave. The Golden Rule asks you to do unto others as you would have them do unto you. This means that the perception of both must be accurate. The Golden Rule is the rule for appropriate behavior. You cannot behave appropriately unless you perceive correctly. Since you and your neighbor are equal members of one family, as you perceive both so you will do to both. You should look out from the perception of your own holiness to the holiness of others.
Miracles arise from a mind that is ready for them. By being united this mind goes out to everyone, even without the awareness of the miracle worker himself. The impersonal nature of miracles is because the Atonement itself is one, uniting all creations with their Creator. As an expression of what you truly are, the miracle places the mind in a state of grace. The mind then naturally welcomes the Host within and the stranger without. When you bring in the stranger, he becomes your brother.(Continues…)
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Table of Contents
TEXTIntroductionCHAPTER 1 THE MEANING OF MIRACLESPrinciples of MiraclesRevelation, Time and MiraclesAtonement and MiraclesThe Escape from DarknessWholeness and SpiritThe Illusion of NeedsDistortions of Miracle ImpulsesCHAPTER 2 THE SEPARATION AND THE ATONEMENTThe Origins of SeparationThe Atonement as DefenseThe Altar of GodHealing as Release from FearThe Function of the Miracle WorkerSpecial Principles of Miracle WorkersFear and ConflictCause and EffectThe Meaning of the Last JudgmentCHAPTER 3 THE INNOCENT PERCEPTIONAtonement without SacrificeMiracles as True PerceptionPerception versus KnowledgeError and the EgoBeyond PerceptionJudgment and the Authority ProblemCreating versus the Self-ImageCHAPTER 4 THE ILLUSIONS OF THE EGOIntroductionRight Teaching and Right LearningThe Ego and False AutonomyLove without ConflictThis Need Not BeThe Ego-Body IllusionThe Rewards of GodCreation and CommunicationCHAPTER 5 HEALING AND WHOLENESSIntroductionThe Invitation to the Holy SpiritThe Voice for GodThe Guide to SalvationTeaching and HealingThe Ego's Use of GuiltTime and EternityThe Decision for GodCHAPTER 6 THE LESSONS OF LOVEIntroductionThe Message of the CrucifixionThe Alternative to ProjectionThe Relinquishment of AttackThe Only AnswerThe Lessons of the Holy Spirit“To Have, Give All to All” “To Have Peace, Teach Peace to Learn It” “Be Vigilant Only for God and His Kingdom” CHAPTER 7 THE GIFTS OF THE KINGDOMThe Last StepThe Law of the KingdomThe Reality of the KingdomHealing as the Recognition of TruthHealing and the Changelessness of MindFrom Vigilance to PeaceThe Totality of the KingdomThe Unbelievable BeliefThe Extension of the KingdomThe Confusion of Pain and JoyThe State of GraceCHAPTER 8 THE JOURNEY BACKThe Direction of the CurriculumThe Difference between Imprisonment and FreedomThe Holy EncounterThe Gift of FreedomThe Undivided Will of the SonshipThe Treasure of GodThe Body as a Means of CommunicationThe Body as Means or EndHealing as Corrected PerceptionCHAPTER 9 THE ACCEPTANCE OF THE ATONEMENTThe Acceptance of RealityThe Answer to PrayerThe Correction of ErrorThe Holy Spirit's Plan of ForgivenessThe Unhealed HealerThe Acceptance of Your BrotherThe Two EvaluationsGrandeur versus GrandiosityCHAPTER 10 THE IDOLS OF SICKNESSIntroductionAt Home in GodThe Decision to ForgetThe God of SicknessThe End of SicknessThe Denial of GodCHAPTER 11 GOD OR THE EGOIntroductionThe Gifts of FatherhoodThe Invitation to HealingFrom Darkness to LightThe Inheritance of God's SonThe "Dynamics" of the EgoWaking to RedemptionThe Condition of RealityThe Problem and the AnswerCHAPTER 12 THE HOLY SPIRIT'S CURRICULUMThe Judgment of the Holy SpiritThe Way to Remember GodThe Investment in RealitySeeking and FindingThe Sane CurriculumThe Vision of ChristLooking WithinThe Attraction of Love for LoveCHAPTER 13 THE GUILTLESS WORLDIntroductionGuiltlessness and InvulnerabilityThe Guiltless Son of GodThe Fear of RedemptionThe Function of TimeThe Two EmotionsFinding the PresentAttainment of the Real WorldFrom Perception to KnowledgeThe Cloud of GuiltRelease from GuiltThe Peace of HeavenCHAPTER 14 TEACHING FOR TRUTHIntroductionThe Conditions of LearningThe Happy LearnerThe Decision for GuiltlessnessYour Function in the AtonementThe Circle of AtonementThe Light of CommunicationSharing Perception with the Holy SpiritThe Holy Meeting PlaceThe Reflection of HolinessThe Equality of MiraclesThe Test of TruthCHAPTER 15 THE HOLY INSTANTThe Two Uses of TimeThe End of DoubtLittleness versus MagnitudePracticing the Holy InstantThe Holy Instant and Special RelationshipsThe Holy Instant and the Laws of GodThe Needless SacrificeThe Only Real RelationshipThe Holy Instant and the Attraction of GodThe Time of RebirthChristmas as the End of SacrificeCHAPTER 16 THE FORGIVENESS OF ILLUSIONSTrue EmpathyThe Power of HolinessThe Reward of TeachingThe Illusion and the Reality of LoveThe Choice for CompletionThe Bridge to the Real WorldThe End of IllusionsCHAPTER 17 FORGIVENESS AND THE HOLY RELATIONSHIPBringing Fantasy to TruthThe Forgiven WorldShadows of the PastThe Two PicturesThe Healed RelationshipSetting the GoalThe Call for FaithThe Conditions of PeaceCHAPTER 18 THE PASSING OF THE DREAMThe Substitute RealityThe Basis of the DreamLight in the DreamThe Little WillingnessThe Happy DreamBeyond the BodyI Need Do NothingThe Little GardenThe Two WorldsCHAPTER 19 THE ATTAINMENT OF PEACEHealing and FaithSin versus ErrorThe Unreality of SinThe Obstacles to Peace
- The First Obstacle: The Desire to Get Rid of It
- The Second Obstacle: The Belief the Body is Valuable for What It Offers
- The Third Obstacle: The Attraction of Death
- The Fourth Obstacle: The Fear of God
WORKBOOK FOR STUDENTSIntroductionPART ILesson 1Lesson 2Lesson 3Lesson 4Lesson 5Lesson 6Lesson 7Lesson 8Lesson 9Lesson 10Lesson 11Lesson 12Lesson 13Lesson 14Lesson 15Lesson 16Lesson 17Lesson 18Lesson 19Lesson 20Lesson 21Lesson 22Lesson 23Lesson 24Lesson 25Lesson 26Lesson 27Lesson 28Lesson 29Lesson 30Lesson 31Lesson 32Lesson 33Lesson 34Lesson 35Lesson 36Lesson 37Lesson 38Lesson 39Lesson 40Lesson 41Lesson 42Lesson 43Lesson 44Lesson 45Lesson 46Lesson 47Lesson 48Lesson 49Lesson 50Review IIntroductionLesson 51Lesson 52Lesson 53Lesson 54Lesson 55Lesson 56Lesson 57Lesson 58Lesson 59Lesson 60Lesson 61Lesson 62Lesson 63Lesson 64Lesson 65Lesson 66Lesson 67Lesson 68Lesson 69Lesson 70Lesson 71Lesson 72Lesson 73Lesson 74Lesson 75Lesson 76Lesson 77Lesson 78Lesson 79Lesson 80Review IIIntroductionLesson 81Lesson 82Lesson 83Lesson 84Lesson 85Lesson 86Lesson 87Lesson 88Lesson 89Lesson 90Lesson 91Lesson 92Lesson 93Lesson 94Lesson 95Lesson 96Lesson 97Lesson 98Lesson 99Lesson 100Lesson 101Lesson 102Lesson 103Lesson 104Lesson 105Lesson 106Lesson 107Lesson 108Lesson 109Lesson 110Review IIIIntroductionLesson 111Lesson 112Lesson 113Lesson 114Lesson 115Lesson 116Lesson 117Lesson 118Lesson 119Lesson 120Lesson 121Lesson 122Lesson 123Lesson 124Lesson 125Lesson 126Lesson 127Lesson 128Lesson 129Lesson 130Lesson 131Lesson 132Lesson 133Lesson 134Lesson 135Lesson 136Lesson 137Lesson 138Lesson 139Lesson 140Review IVIntroductionLesson 141Lesson 142Lesson 143Lesson 144Lesson 145Lesson 146Lesson 147Lesson 148Lesson 149Lesson 150Lesson 151Lesson 152Lesson 153Lesson 154Lesson 155Lesson 156Lesson 157Lesson 158Lesson 159Lesson 160Lesson 161Lesson 162Lesson 163Lesson 164Lesson 165Lesson 166Lesson 167Lesson 168Lesson 169Lesson 170Review VIntroductionLesson 171Lesson 172Lesson 173Lesson 174Lesson 175Lesson 176Lesson 177Lesson 178Lesson 179Lesson 180Introduction to Lessons 181-200Lesson 181Lesson 182Lesson 183Lesson 184Lesson 185Lesson 186Lesson 187Lesson 188Lesson 189Lesson 190Lesson 191Lesson 192Lesson 193Lesson 194Lesson 195Lesson 196Lesson 197Lesson 198Lesson 199Lesson 200Review VIIntroductionLesson 201Lesson 202Lesson 203Lesson 204Lesson 205Lesson 206Lesson 207Lesson 208Lesson 209Lesson 210Lesson 211Lesson 212Lesson 213Lesson 214Lesson 215Lesson 216Lesson 217Lesson 218Lesson 219Lesson 220PART IIIntroductionWhat Is Forgiveness?Lesson 221Lesson 222Lesson 223Lesson 224Lesson 225Lesson 226Lesson 227Lesson 228Lesson 229Lesson 230What Is Salvation?Lesson 231Lesson 232Lesson 233Lesson 234Lesson 235Lesson 236Lesson 237Lesson 238Lesson 239Lesson 240What Is the World?Lesson 241Lesson 242Lesson 243Lesson 244Lesson 245Lesson 246Lesson 247Lesson 248Lesson 249Lesson 250What Is Sin?Lesson 251Lesson 252Lesson 253Lesson 254Lesson 255Lesson 256Lesson 257Lesson 258Lesson 259Lesson 260What Is the Body?Lesson 261Lesson 262Lesson 263Lesson 264Lesson 265Lesson 266Lesson 267Lesson 268Lesson 269Lesson 270What Is the Christ?Lesson 271Lesson 272Lesson 273Lesson 274Lesson 275Lesson 276Lesson 277Lesson 278Lesson 279Lesson 280What Is the Holy Spirit?Lesson 281Lesson 282Lesson 283Lesson 284Lesson 285Lesson 286Lesson 287Lesson 288Lesson 289Lesson 290What Is the Real World?Lesson 291Lesson 292Lesson 293Lesson 294Lesson 295Lesson 296Lesson 297Lesson 298Lesson 299Lesson 300What Is the Second Coming?Lesson 301Lesson 302Lesson 303Lesson 304Lesson 305Lesson 306Lesson 307Lesson 308Lesson 309Lesson 310What Is the Last Judgment?Lesson 311Lesson 312Lesson 313Lesson 314Lesson 315Lesson 316Lesson 317Lesson 318Lesson 319Lesson 320What Is Creation?Lesson 321Lesson 322Lesson 323Lesson 324Lesson 325Lesson 326Lesson 327Lesson 328Lesson 329Lesson 330What Is the Ego?Lesson 331Lesson 332Lesson 333Lesson 334Lesson 335Lesson 336Lesson 337Lesson 338Lesson 339Lesson 340What Is a Miracle?Lesson 341Lesson 342Lesson 343Lesson 344Lesson 345Lesson 346Lesson 347Lesson 348Lesson 349Lesson 350What Am I?Lesson 351Lesson 352Lesson 353Lesson 354Lesson 355Lesson 356Lesson 357Lesson 358Lesson 359Lesson 360Final LessonsIntroductionLesson 361Lesson 362Lesson 363Lesson 364Lesson 365Epilogue MANUAL FOR TEACHERSIntroductionWho Are God's Teachers?Who Are Their Pupils?What Are the Levels of Teaching?What Are the Characteristics of God's Teachers?
- The Perceived Purpose of Sickness
- The Shift in Perception
- The Function of the Teacher of God