A Course in Miracles

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A Course in Miracles

A self-study metaphysical thought system, which teaches forgiveness as the road to inner peace and remembrance of the unconditional love of God.
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The traditions and panelist booked for this year are: Judaic Tradition, Kevin Morgan from Chochmat HaLev; African (Ga) Tradition, Kokomon Clottey from The Attitudinal Healing Connection of Oakland; Taoist Tradition: Master Alex Feng from The Taoist Center Zhi Dao Guan; First Nation Tradition (Six Nations), Patricia St.
Marti was a bright, optimistic, attractive 40-year-old woman when she first entered a support group for cancer patients that I facilitated at the Center for attitudinal Healing in tiburon, California.
She has put this tenet to practical use during her term as president of the Attitudinal Healing Association.
In 2005, McFadin received the "SuperHero" award in Oakland for teaching photography and art in the Attitudinal Healing after-school program for inner-city children.
He suffered 10 years of depression and went on to form the Metro Detroit Center for Attitudinal Healing, a series of support groups to help people restore their health and confidence.
In line with Giff's own spiritual quests, the church has established The Institute of Spiritual Direction, which gives a Certificate of Spiritual Counseling after a two-year course that includes classes on counseling, comparative religions, meditation and the principles of attitudinal healing, to name a few.
A Mini-Course for Life, translated into multiple languages, offers readers practical advice for attitudinal healing and dealing with life's everyday choices, challenges, and change.