A Course in Miracles: Combined Volume

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Foundation for Inner Peace, 2007 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1333 pages
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Helen Schucman, Ph.D., was a clinical and research psychologist. A Course in Miracles was "scribed" by Dr. Schucman between 1965 and 1972 through a process of inner dictation. She experienced the process as one of a distinct and clear dictation from an inner voice, which earlier had identified itself to her as Jesus. William Thetford, Ph.D., was her trusted friend and colleague, and assisted and supported Dr. Schucman throughout the Course's scribing, including the events that led up to it. It was as if Helen had waited all her life for this particular moment, which triggered a series of internal experiences for her. These included heightened dream imagery, psychic episodes, visions, and an experience of an inner voice. This period of preparation culminated on the evening of October 21, 1965, when the now familiar voice of Jesus said to Helen: "This is a course in miracles, please take notes."
 

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The books hard cover had a dent in it........and not from being shipped as the shipping box arrived in perferct shape. This was for the coffee table but because of the dent.....I had to put it in the book case. This was not my intention. Read full review

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Nothing that can be said about the Course will ever do it justice. Diagnosed with 5 different mental disorders, forced to take a variety of psychotropic drugs and locked up with little hope for ... Read full review

Contents

I
vii
II
3
III
17
IV
36
V
52
VI
72
VII
91
VIII
112
XVIII
351
XIX
372
XX
398
XXI
425
XXII
445
XXIII
467
XXIV
485
XXV
499

IX
138
X
160
XI
181
XII
193
XIII
215
XIV
236
XV
270
XVI
301
XVII
330
XXVI
518
XXVII
542
XXVIII
565
XXIX
589
XXX
606
XXXI
625
XXXII
645
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