A 21st Century ACIM in a Most Unlikely Place

Do you believe in ACIM? Do you believe in miracles in the 21st century? If you do believe, where’s the most unlikely place you would expect a miracle to occur? How about in a courtroom on Thursday, April 16, 2009 in Georgia? The story of an unlikely miracle (but aren’t all miracles unlikely by definition) in an unlikely place is told by author Jackie Carpenter in The Bridge: Between Cell Block A and a Miracle is Psalm 91. This dramatic and intriguing story is not a whodunit because we know “whodunit”…

The Phasing in of A Course In Miracles

Where would one expect most A Course In Miracles to be visible, Pyongyang or Washington D.C.? Perhaps I am speaking to people who do not subscribe to the idea of miracles in this century, at all? Can you assume with me for the moment that at least somewhere on the planet, a God-sent miracle occurs from time to time? Then back to the question. Where would this miracle most likely occur? In a land where the Bible is believed and where faith seems to abound, or in a place where…

A Course in Miracles And The Mind: Idols

In this series of articles, we have been discussing specialness and more specifically spiritual specialness as it is becoming a prevalent form in the Course community. Like all forms of specialness, spiritual specialness is a defense of the ego (against the opposite). It maintains the separation in the mind as the spiritual reason for differences. In this fifth article, we’re going to bring the discussion around to idols as it is meant in A Course in Miracles (ACIM). You will recall from the fourth article on fragmentation, we are looking…