3-CD Workshop: The Disappearance of the Universe
by Gary Renard, author of The Disappearance of the Universe and Your Immortal Reality
Hear Gary tell his story about the fascinating events leading up to and including his experience with visitations in his living room by two ascended masters. who provided much of the material in his book, The Disappearance of the Universe. In his presentation, Gary discusses:
- The essence of the message of A Course in Miracles and how it helps us experience the freedom from limitation that Jesus experienced.
- Clarification by the ascended masters of what Jesus really taught 2000 years ago.
- Keys to receiving guidance from the Holy Spirit in daily life.
- Practicing the art of forgiveness to accelerate your return to God, including a prayer of joining with God and a daily exercise for forgiveness.
- What true spirituality is and how to awaken from the dream.
Additional topics include: How the book was published • Life with Gary -- a brief autobiography • The Gospel of Thomas and the Bible • The life, background and teachings of J • The thought system of A Course in Miracles • The respective roles of the ACIM Text, Workbook for Students and Manual for Teachers • How could the separation have occurred? • The experience of revelation • The message of the crucifixion • Holy Spirit and ego interpretations.
It concludes with an hour of questions and answers when Gary brings clear understanding to many of the questions most commonly asked about A Course in Miracles.
20 topic selections on the CD allow you to go directly to the topic of your choice.
This 3-CD set makes a great gift for friends new to the Course or for long-time students.
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