What does it actually feel like to be growing, struggling, and learning on a mystical path? In this remarkable collection of new poetry from D. Patrick Miller, a leading writer on A Course in Miracles, the reader is taken into some of the deeper feelings and subtler thoughts of the mystical journey.
"Although students can certainly get lost in the intellectual complexities of A Course in Miracles," says the author, "I have always experienced ACIM as a highly emotional path, in which shifts of thoughts and feelings are nearly always simultaneous. So I believe these poems have arisen within me as expressions of what it feels like to be on a mystical path in which I am increasingly informed and inspired by what I call 'my Christ,' my personal experience of an inner, active wisdom....
"My hope in sharing these poems is that other Course students, and indeed any seeker on a mystical path, will recognize echoes of their own experience and thus be enriched by a greater understanding of what’s going on in their spiritual life. An inner voice of instinctive and loving wisdom is accessible to anyone, regardless of how you name it. May this little book help it be heard more clearly."
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About the Author
Before founding Fearless Books in 1997 to continue the publication of his writing, D. PATRICK MILLER sold three solo projects to major publishers: Viking, Henry Holt, and Dell. He is now the author of nine titles, including his current books Understanding A Course in Miracles (Celestial Arts/Random House, 2008), and Living with Miracles (Tarcher/Penguin, 2011). As a collaborator, ghostwriter, or principal editor, Miller has helped other authors prepare manuscripts for such publishers as Viking, Doubleday, Warner, Crown, Simon & Schuster, Jeremy P. Tarcher, Hay House, Hampton Roads, and John Wiley & Sons. His poetry has been published in a number of magazines and several anthologies. Miller provides professional consultations to literary agents and publishers as well as published and unpublished authors working in fiction and nonfiction. He has worked for many years with the Linda Chester Literary Agency of New York, which recommends the Fearless Literary critique service. He is experienced in a variety of publishing formats, including conventional printing, print-on-demand, and e-books.