In Of Course!, Ian Patrick discusses some of the toughest challenges known to students of A Course in Miracles: facing the deaths of loved ones; letting go of long-held grievances; trying to comprehend Nelson Mandela meeting the Spice Girls; and much more. In this new edition, O-Books presents the best of Ian's insights and personal reflections in one volume, selected from over 100 editions of the UK's highly respected Course periodical, Miracle Worker. From the lighthearted to the profound, these short essays reveal the down-to-earth illumination of a dedicated Course student who "remembers to laugh" at the ego - and who understands the everyday joys and difficulties of working miracles.
|Publisher:||Hunt, John Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
IAN PATRICK worked as a geologist in the oil industry for nearly 20 years. He has been a student/teacher of A Course in Miracles since 1991. An inspiration to many, he founded the Miracle Network and began writing insightful articles for its magazine ‘Miracle Worker’ in 1994 and is currently the charity’s Manager/Coordinator. He has spoken about the Course on radio, TV and at international conferences. He has been facilitating ACIM workshops internationally since 1998 and teaches from knowledge and experience with incisiveness, clarity, vision and humour.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Of Course! How Many Light Bulbs Does it Take to Change?: Reflections on A Course In Miracles by Ian Patrick is a collection of articles written for the Miracle Worker, a magazine based out of the United Kingdom, to form a wonderful book on lessons learned from A Course In Miracles. This book goes over many of the main fundamental concepts of A Course in Miracles. Ian Patrick shows us the meaning of the Lord's Prayer found in A Course in Miracles and explains the prayer line by line. This is one of my favorite articles found in the book, possibly because like Ian Patrick, it is one of my favorite parts of A Course in Miracles. I also like the way Ian Patrick writes about the concept of forgiveness and reminds us gently throughout the book that, "forgiveness is our function". I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it to those who are new to the Course and also longtime students. This book is a delightful and very engaging read. I highly recommend it. I received this book free of charge from Fearless Books in exchange for my honest and unbiased opinion of the book.