And Just Who Do You Think You Are?: A Case of Make-Believe, Stolen, False, or Mistaken Identity - Live Stream [SEMINAR]

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Faculty: Dr. Jeffrey Seibert
Dates: Thursday, November 12, 2020
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 4:15 p.m.
Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Fee: $45.00
 
Live Stream Details

This Full-Day Seminar is being live streamed over the Internet. (Click here to learn more about live streaming). As a registered participant, you will also have access to the recorded videos via on-demand streaming for approximately two weeks following the event. In order to view the live streaming Seminar, you need a computer and a fast internet connection. This service is not compatible with dial-up connections.

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Registration for the Live Stream available through November 11, 2020.


Seminar Description

The Course repeatedly asks us to consider who or what we believe we are (e.g., T-20.III.6; W-91.6; W-139). It suggests an elaborate myth—which Kenneth has made explicit in his teachings and metaphysical chart—of the making of a series of new identities, beginning with an individual ego self and culminating in a body living in a physical world, at the mercy of forces outside its control. This program will explore, through readings and discussion, how and why we seem to have ended up here in the world and how, when we are ready, we can return to an awareness of our true Identity as God’s innocent Son. An essential intermediate step in this process of return involves, with the help of our inner Guide–the Holy Spirit or Jesus–learning to recognize our identity as mind, outside of time and space, with the power to choose between judgment and forgiveness.