I am Entitled to Miracles! Simple Ways to Apply the Principles in A Course in Miracles

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When we say we are entitled to miracles, we are saying that we are entitled to Love. We are entitled to have peace of mind and live a peaceful existence. Many times though, we do not experience our lives this way. We seem to struggle for just one glimmer of happiness, no matter how fleeting it may be. We have searched for peace, love, and happiness many times out in the world, and every single time we came up short. Based on the spiritual text, A Course in Miracles, "I am Entitled to Miracles!" provides a down-to-earth approach to its sage wisdom. Throughout the book easy practical application exercises help readers to apply these wise spiritual principles. Rev. Deborah Phelps, of MiraclesOne, has been studying and teachings A Course in Miracles since 1993. With humor, honesty and love, she knows that she teaches what she herself needs to learn. As a meditator since 1980 and a trained meditation teacher, Rev. Deb knows the value of silence, inner peace, and a strong... More > connection with the Holy Spirit.< Less
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