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Duration: 14 hours 8 minutes
Download Size: 334 MB
Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.
We are all well aware that our words about how we love A Course in Miracles and wish to learn its lessons and return home often belie the underlying ego thoughts that are so resistant to meaningful change. It is the familiar issue of form and content, wherein we so often use the forms of our special relationships, including those with the Course, to conceal the content of the mind’s special relationship with the ego. Claudius’ nervous lament in Shakespeare’s Hamlet poetically expresses this dilemma: “My words fly up. My thoughts remain below. Words without thoughts never to Heaven go.”
This class highlights the process of forgiveness that enables us to harmonize our words and thoughts, ending the guilt-reinforcing conflict that keeps us imprisoned in the thought system of separation, specialness, and attack.
The truth of what we are is not for words to speak of nor describe. Yet we can realize our function here, and words can speak of this and teach it, too, if we exemplify the words in us.
Original Workshop Date: 11/2010
Original Release Date: 06/2018