A Course in Miracles - Circle of Atonement Edition
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Subtitle: Complete & Annotated Edition
In 1965, Dr. Helen Schucman heard an inner voice that would spark the writing of a modern spiritual classic. It said, "This is a course in miracles. Please take notes." Officially published in 1976, A Course in Miracles has profoundly impacted millions of students around the globe and continues to grow in popularity each year. What many students don't know, however, is that Helen's original handwritten notes for the Course — which remained hidden for decades — contain approximately 45,000 words that are not included in the original book.
For almost ten years, Course scholar Robert Perry and his colleagues at the Circle of Atonement have worked to carefully transcribe these notes and then edit from scratch a new edition of A Course in Miracles, which — for the first time — contains the source material in its entirety. Within this Complete and Annotated Edition (CE), readers will not only experience the Course's wisdom as Dr. Schucman recorded it, but students will also find extensive footnotes that clarify challenging passages, plus an appendix of 33 cameo essays that feature guidance on how to apply these teachings in everyday life. An important milestone in the history of A Course in Miracles, this new edition is a valuable resource for generations of current and future students of this true spiritual masterpiece.
"This edition is a landmark moment in the history of A Course in Miracles. With both a scholar’s eye for accuracy and a teacher’s love for the material, Robert Perry has provided a true service for generations of Course students. I know I speak for many when I say that we’ve been waiting for this a very long time." — Emily Bennington, author of Miracles at Work: Turning Inner Guidance into Outer InfluenceBy Helen Schucman (and Jesus — Whatever you believe in this matter is up to you)
Edited by Robert Perry & Greg Mackie
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