A Course In Miracles - FRIDAYS

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A Course In Miracles - FRIDAYS

Time: August 24, 2012 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Social Hall
Street: 717 Siskiyou Blvd
City/Town: Ashland, OR
Phone: 541-488-1239
Event Type: a, course, in, miracles, study, group
Organized By: Sally McKirgan
Latest Activity: Aug 22, 2012

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A Course In Miracles study group meets each Friday from 10 am to noon near downtown Ashland.  We will be studying the Fifty Principles of Miracles and using Ken Wapnick's book by the same name as a guide.  A Course is a metaphysical, spiritual, psychological, non-dual  self- study program that consists of a Text, Workbook Lessons  and  Manual for Teachers.  All are welcome as we discuss and reflect on the teachings of the Course and how to apply it to our lives.  Come and find out that "there is another way" to live in this world and have true inner peace.  Free - donations accepted. For more information on the Course visit:  www.facim.org    or www.acim.org  Call  541-488-1239 or e-mail [email protected]  for information on several local discussion groups.

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