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December 21, 2011 @ 12:08 am

The Ripple Effect 01

A Course in Miracles says that miracles may touch people, places and circumstances of which we are not even aware. We are are literally reconfiguring the cosmos when we accept our function and allow miracles to be done through us. David shares the profound impact that the Course teachings have had in South America, where extreme poverty, drug cartels and kidnappings have become a way of life. In the face of life or death situations, people are saying, “There has to be a better way,” and the Course is finding its way into the hands of rich and poor alike. From an evening talk in the Seattle, Wash., area on June 2, 2010.

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December 21, 2011 @ 12:07 am

The Ripple Effect 02

A Course in Miracles says that miracles may touch people, places and circumstances of which we are not even aware. We are are literally reconfiguring the cosmos when we accept our function and allow miracles to be done through us. David shares the profound impact that the Course teachings have had in South America, where extreme poverty, drug cartels and kidnappings have become a way of life. In the face of life or death situations, people are saying, “There has to be a better way,” and the Course is finding its way into the hands of rich and poor alike. From an evening talk in the Seattle, Wash., area on June 2, 2010.

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:13 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 10

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:13 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 9

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:13 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 8

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:12 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 7

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:10 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 6

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:10 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 5

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:09 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 4

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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December 16, 2011 @ 5:09 pm

Voluntary Simplicity 3

From a three-day retreat in Kentucky in May 2010. A familiar call nowadays is toward voluntary simplicity; unplugging from the busy-ness and distractions of the ego world to focus on what matters most. A Course in Miracles says that the awakening process need not be complex. The Holy Spirit’s guidance comes in the form of intuitive prompts. The question, “How do I feel right now?” can be used as part of the Holy Spirit’s simple step by step process to unwind from the ego belief system.  This 10-part audio series also includes discussion on following guidance, preferences, self concepts, intimacy, communication and “taking the leap.”

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