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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 ar ...more
Paperback, 266 pages
Published May 1st 2004 by Circle Publishing
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Summerrain
Excellent expose on A Course In Miracles.
Maureen Lynch Silver
A must read for ACIM students. Awesome.
Karen
This was a great primer to read before beginning Course in Miracles. Written, thankfully, in plain English it helped get my head around some of the more unusual concepts of the Course.
Hollis
This book by Robert Perry is a helpful and understandable adjunct to A Course in Miracles. He has a web site that features his other "Course" related books and pamphlets: www.circleofa.org
Jo Williams
A thorough and easy to understand commentary on A Course in Miracles. Anything Perry writes is a must-read for ACIM students.
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“He always perceives this world as outside himself, for this is crucial to his adjustment. He does not realize that he makes this world, for there is no world outside of him. Everything you perceive as the outside world is merely your attempt to maintain your ego identification. from: A Course In Miracles 12.III. 6.6 and 7.4
"Forgiveness is an earthly form of love" (W-pI.186.14:1). A Course In Miracles
"Remember always that you cannot be anywhere except in the Mind of God." ACIM Chap 9.VIII.5.3

ACIM Chapter 2, Section V
"The Function of the Miracle Worker"
Paragraphs 8-18
Commentary by Robert Perry
"The only solution lies in being willing to look within, upon our own defiled altar. There is a place in our mind that was created to be totally devoted to God, but we have defiled this place with other devotions. We need to be willing to walk into the church of our mind and witness the desecrations on this altar. Only then will we really see "the unequivocal fact that healing is necessary" (8:1). Are we willing to look on the unequivocal fact that we need healing? Only then will we open up "the real vision" (8:4), which will allow us to see past what our physical eyes see and gaze on the light of purity beyond.”
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