This book is one of the cornerstones of modern spiritual writing. David Hoffmeister began his journey to spiritual Enlightenment in 1986 when he encountered A Course in Miracles and recognized it as the tool he had been seeking a radical transformation of his mind and perceptions. In the early years, he studied the Course with passionate intensity, often read it for eight or more hours a day. Among family members, friends, and teachers, David has always been known for questioning everything. Thus, he was delighted to find out about the idea of belief, concept, and assumption. The first sentence he wrote in his notebook was “This is a course in miracle – this is the way in a miracle”.
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Is this book delusional? We may think so, except that the writing in this book is clear like a diamond. This book sold more than 1 million copies and spawned independent study groups throughout the world. order this book and is a good introduction to exploring the book’s ideas of a course in miracles books
A road in true consciousness
Why does the title go in a miracle? Miracles can be expressed in various forms, physical and mental, but the main character is sudden freedom from wrong perceptions. Using the sentence of this book, the miracle is “Moving people to an awareness of the presence of love”. When this moment occurs – it is called “the instant of the saint” – we feel the peace of God because we see things as they really are, not through the clouds of arrogance and ignorance of ourselves. This event is a miracle because it is permanent; we may forget the occurrence of this event, but once we remind ourselves of this event, we will feel the same effect.
This book makes the distinction between reality and perception (delusion, thought) very important. Reality/knowledge is what God is and what comes from God: “Reality may not be recognized, but it cannot be changed” Reality is also timeless. Conversely, perception is a world that we normally see, more like an interpretation than fact. What we feel is right, only true when viewed from our eyes. Things that come from God, on the other hand, are not felt but are known. They cannot be wrong, and because they are reliable.