Check out my A Course in Miracles book summary and review that I created to help you understand the basics of this great book. An acronym for "A Course in Miracles" (published in 1976. Japanese translation: Miracles course, Miracles course), which also refers to the self-study process of this book. Also simply called a course.

It is alleged that the article was written by American psychologist Helen Schukmann after hearing an inner voice in an English spiritual document that appears to be Jesus Christ. The idea of ​​Advaita, like the ancient Indian Advaita Vedanta, is that the world is a Maya, nothing outside of itself, and that self is propagated with God.

A Course in Miracles
 The greatest foundation of this work is the teaching that the greatest "miracle" achieved in life is "knowing the existence of love". It is said that we know love as one with God. Widely read in the New Age, it was a Bible.

 A Course in Miracles book summary :

In 1965, Freud's assistant professor, Helen Schuckman (Medical Psychology), a physician and atheist at Elderly Medical Center at Columbia University in New York, heard a voice inside her. Psychology), the Dean of the Faculty of Psychology with whom he was and he typed and edited it.

 The central theme of the first message received was, "The real thing is not threatened. There is no non-existent thing. Here is God's peace." It implies that the voice is that of Jesus Christ. The compiled text became popular with friends and was calibrated in 1975 by Dr. Kenneth Wapnik (Clinical Psychology) and calibrated by New York University (Experimental Psychology) Professor Judith Scotch. Founded the Foundation.

For publishing Inner Peace (FIP). Published in 1976, the author is not mentioned. The course consists of 1200 pages and includes a textbook, a workbook (one subject per day for one year), and a manual for instructors.

The goal of the first series of lessons is to "break your current outlook" and the goal of the second is to "gain true perception". Thus, many lessons are "the habit of overcoming 'negative self-programming' gained by past experience and learning to be 'in the present moment'", and John Climo is a traditional psychotherapeutic. It says it is common with the method.

Other lessons include "I am connected to the Creator" and "I seek only what is true for me" and the ultra-materialist "looks like me." There is nothing in the world that I want, "" Everything has a voice for God, "and" God's peace is shining in me now. " Leads to spirituality.

According to J. Gordon Melton, a new religious movement in the United States, disillusionment with religious organizations is popular among Christians because it is organized as a "course" that allows them to study on their own without the need for an organization.

He spoke of monotheistic teaching by using Christian terms and changing the concept of Christian tradition. God only created the heavens and is one with the heavens. That is to say, heaven will be revived within itself, realizing that man has nothing outside of himself (which seems to be a Maya) and that he is one with God. Heaven, of course, is the awareness of perfect unity.

The miracle in the title is not an outward act, and it describes that there can be nothing but God. It is said that God loves man as much as he loves himself. Jesus is the one who carries the only message of Christ that signifies God's love,

A symbol that can be used with peace of mind, a symbol of unearthly love and in different names and shapes until the teaching is understood. It is said that it will appear. The Holy Spirit is said to connect the interaction between God and man and to support it as one.

Religious scholar Ruth Bradby says the central belief is closer to Shankara's Advaita Vedanta in 8th century India. Setford, who edited the book with Shackman, said, "The miraculous course is the Christian Advaita Vedanta." He read the teachings of Advaita Vedanta explained by Swami Vivekananda and felt that there were many similarities with the ideas of the course and thought that the course could be described as a form of Christian Vedanta.

John Climo describes real-world maya or hallucinations and the associated human ego. The ego is a blind belief in the mind that it is completely self-sufficient, and people misunderstand the ego as their only true self. Bradby further points out that there is a connection between the denial of the possibility of evil and the Christian science of Mary Baker Eddie, and its thorough transgression leads to epistemology.

Wapnik, who calibrated ACIM as Shackman, wrote a book on ACIM and Gnosticism, detailing the similarities with the Gospel of Truth in the Nag Hammadi Library, when Gnosticism was said to be in conflict with ACIM.

In 1985, the "Foundation for Internal Peace" was established for publication, and in 1996, the "Foundation for Miracle Courses" (FACIM) was established as a government-led organization. There are more than 2000 learning groups in more than 10 countries. Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.

There are also negative opinions, and it is sometimes criticized as "New Age Psychobable" and sometimes as "Satan's temptation" by Christians. Various teachings around the world such as new thinking, the impact of existing ideas and quotes are also mentioned.

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