Author and lecturer Marianne Williamson has just been added to the list of presenters at the annual International Conference on A Course in Miracles on August 20th and 21st. She joins a distinguished panel who will address the audience in person in Southern California and around the world via live streaming video. Click the button below for all the details!
Many of our readers were introduced to the work of John Viscount through his film, Admissions, which he presented at our conference in 2013. Now this innovative filmmaker is back with a new project, again inspired by his work with A Course in Miracles. We caught up with John to learn a little more about his new film, The Principle, and other projects. Read our interview with him, and watch a video about the film, by clicking the link below.
The Holy Instant was released thirty years ago, in 1986, by Beverly Hutchinson McNeff and Steven Halpern. This recording’s calming, synthesized musical score forms the background for guided experiences from A Course in Miracles. Part one contains gentle exercises in forgiveness while the other features an extended guided meditation. Both parts can be especially useful during challenging times. Now, in celebration of its thirtieth anniversary, we are offering both the CD and mp3 versions at 50% off. Click to hear a sample of this inspirational recording.
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The IRA Rollover has been permanently reauthorized by Congress. Donors age 70½ and older can make cash gifts of up to $100,000 from an IRA to a qualified charity (such as our Center) without paying federal income tax on the transfer. IRA rollover gifts count towards your required minimum distribution amount (RMD). We hope you’ll take this opportunity to support our work on behalf of A Course in Miracles by making a gift from your IRA. For more information, click the button below.
We are thrilled to announce we will present The Holy Encounter Retreat in February 2017 in Southern California. Through lectures, meditation, group sharing, music, and laughter, you will be helped to see, and look beyond, the limitations of this world and experience the possibility of God in every aspect of your life.
Our 2016 International Conference on A Course in Miracles will take place August 20th and 21st in Irvine, California. Joining Beverly Hutchinson McNeff this year will be Jerry and Diane Jampolsky, Steven Halpern, Lee Jampolsky, Paul McNeff, Loral Reeves and Jeffrey Seibert from the Foundation for A Course in Miracles, and John Viscount and his new movie, The Principle. We hope you will attend, either in person or via live streaming video.
Apollo Astronaut Edgar Mitchell passed away on February 4th of this year. Dr. Mitchell was one of the first students of A Course in Miracles and gave talks on the Course in Florida in the early 1980s. The sixth human to walk on the moon, he had an “epiphany” in space that focused him on studying consciousness, physics and other mysteries. He founded the Institute of Noetic Sciences in 1973 to support consciousness research. He was a longtime friend of the Course’s publisher, Judith Skutch Whitson. Judy served on the board of directors of the Institute for many years.
Since 1978, Dr. Kenneth Wapnick published more than thirty books based on A Course in Miracles. His publisher recently announced that when the current supply of books is sold, the titles will not be reprinted.
Take this opportunity to complete your library or gift list with Dr. Wapnick’s works in print. We carry every title he published. Please click the button below to see the collection.
Send a New Year’s-themed e-Card to a friend. We’ve recently added some new cards to our gallery. Simply input your recipient’s name, email address and an inscription and send your card! It’s a free service. And Happy New Year!