Holy Shift!

Holy Shift!

365 Daily Meditations From A Course in Miracles

Book - 2014
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A Course in Miracles is a modern psycho-spiritual text that has inspired teachers like Marianne Williamson, Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Jerry Jampolsky, Sondra Ray, and Gabrielle Bernstein. With more than two million copies in print, in over thirty languages, individual students and study groups study it daily around the world. Every page of A Course in Miracles offers pearls of wisdom on love and fear, forgiveness and healing, happiness and inner peace. This beautiful book, with its insightful aphorisms and delightful poetry, is perhaps the most widely quoted book on psychology and spirituality in modern times. Robert Holden has studied the daily lessons offered in A Course in Miracles for twenty years. He teaches workshops and gives talks on the Course across the world. He is a patron of the Miracle Network in the UK. In Holy Shift , Robert has selected 365 of his favorite passages from A Course in Miracles to serve as daily meditations throughout the year. Students who are already familiar with the Course will enjoy this portable edition of miracles, and those new to the Course will appreciate the friendly and accessible introduction. Holy Shift will help everyone to practice the universal tenets of this profound teaching and to experience a year of miracles.
Publisher: Carlsbad :, Hay House, Inc.,, 2014
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781401945107
Branch Call Number: ANF 299.93 HOL
Characteristics: xxi, 405 pages ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Holden, Robert 1965-

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