A Course In Miracles
What is Inner Peace, where do we find it and is it possible in this chaotic world?
Once we have found it how do we keep it? There are many paths home.
This blog/discussion is about Inner Peace inspired by the spiritual, psychological, metaphysical book, A Course In Miracles.
While searching for peace, I found the mystical, non-dual book called A Course In Miracles in 1987. It has been my companion ever since.
All my writing and inspiration therefore comes from my study and understanding of the Course. The Course was published in 1973. It has a 669 page text, a 365 lesson work book for each day of the year that the text supports and a Manual for Teachers and Clarification of Terms.
There are many interpretation of the Course and there are many teachers. Mine was Dr. Kenneth Wapnick, the founder of the Foundation for Inner Peace based in Temecula, CA formerly of Roscoe, NY. He met the scribe of the Course, Dr. Helen Schucman in 1972 and helped with the editing of A Course In Miracles. You can read more about Ken and Helen in the autobiography he wrote, “Absence from Felicity.” His students continue his work at the Temecula foundation. Find out more at http://www.facim.org – The Foundation for A Course In Miracles.
If you are interested in joining A Course In Miracles study group in the Ashland, Oregon area send an e-mail to email@example.com
Bless you as you travel the road Home.
Bio: Artist, poet, writer and facilitator for the Ashland Daily Tidings Inner Peace column that began in 2009. http://www.dailytidings.com and facilitator of A Course In Miracles Study group, Ashland, OR.
The above photo “Choose Peace” is from a banner that hung on the Ashland Peace Fence in 2007. Over 200 artists made large banners that hung on a fence at the railroad tracks. Vandals damaged many of the banners and the above “Choose Peace” was stolen. Pictures were taken of all the banners and made into 6″x6″ mosaic tiles that were installed onto a 54 ft. tile wall and placed in front of the Ashland Public Library on September 21, 2010. Be sure to find the library on Siskiyou Blvd., and see how Ashland artists envisioned peace.
Below is a photo of many of the banners that hung on the peace fence in 2007.
See the story at: http://www.dailytidings.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100911/NEWS02/9110309&cid=sitesearch