Synopses & Reviews
In 1976, a mysterious “Inner Voice” spoke to Helen Schucman, dictating what would come to be known as A Course in Miracles
--a spiritual classic that would go on to sell over two million copies and influence countless people worldwide. Those who study this 1,333-page course can struggle for years to progress through its resonant but often difficult-to-comprehend truths. Jon Mundy, who knew ACIM's founders, uses passages from the text to illuminate its teachings on subjects ranging from the self and forgiveness to health and the afterlife. His lively storytelling and in-depth knowledge will help readers embrace the wisdom of this timeless text in their daily lives.
Praise for Living A Course in Miracles
“. . . a wonderful guide to both understanding and behavior, with light in our minds and love in our hearts.” —Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love
Although it may require a lifetime of study to grasp, the bestselling A Course in Miracles
has inspired millions. Perhaps its most essential lesson is 101: the belief that there is no sin and that God's will for us is perfect happiness. Longtime teacher Jon Mundy digs deeply into this concept, providing an insightful and clear path through one of the manual's most meaningful and complex lessons.
About the Author
Jon Mundy is an author and lecturer on philosophy at SUNY (the State University of New York). He cofounded the New Seminary for the training of interfaith ministers, as well as the Interfaith Fellowship. He has been a minister for 45 years, and has given almost 2,000 talks on A Course in Miracles. He lives in NY.