We encourage everyone to read
THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE UNIVERSE
by Gary Renard
for a superior introduction and overview of ACIM.
We usually begin with each Participant reading either a Workbook Lesson or any ACIM material they found particularly meaningful during the previous week. The group discusses and gives examples of how they have demonstrated course teachings in that particular area.
For 2013 our focus is on the Manual for Teachers. Each person reads a portion of the book and we select/discuss parts as we go along. This is an informal setting. All are welcome at any stage of their study.
To take full advantage of this web site, sign up by submitting your email address as your Login and selecting a simple password. To view the scheduled Meetups, click on the HOME tab, then the CALENDAR tab and select the meeting date you want. Guests are always welcome.
In the 7th menu above: "MORE" , under "FILES", there are two wonderful offerings: "Ho'o Pono Pono" and "The Wisest Man in China". By choosing to apply either or both of these offerings, we believe you can immediately change the experience of your life for the better, no matter how great it already is.
These book sets are also highly recommended:
Journey through the Workbook of A Course in Miracles,
an 8 volume set elaborating on the 365 Workbook Lessons
... and ...
JOURNEY THROUGH THE MANUAL [FOR TEACHERS]
OF A COURSE IN MIRACLES,
which contains valuable insights on the
"Manual for Teachers" and the "Clarification of Terms"
Authored by Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D. and available from:
the Foundation for A Course in Miracles: www.facim.org
The Saturday Group location is approximately 11 miles from Hwy 280 and 11 miles to Coast Highway 1 in Woodside, California, in the Santa Cruz Mountains, in the unincorporated part of San Mateo County. The route is designated a "Scenic Corridor" and the winding drive up and over the mountain top (Hwy 35 & Hwy 84 intersection) is bordered by huge and beautiful Redwood trees.
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