Marianne Williamson, best selling author and lecturer, has gained international prominence through her spiritual reflections on modern life. Williamson presents ageless wisdom to contemporary audiences, applying universal spiritual themes to an endless array of issues that confront all of us in our daily lives. In "Surrender All Things/Spiritual Triumph," Williamson discusses the need to surrender self-will, allowing divine will to guide and illumine our lives. Williamson explains that everything we manifest is a reflection of the love we choose - or choose not - to express to those around us in "Principles of Manifestation/Letting God Lead." In "The Power of Praise and Thanksgiving/How to Give More," Williamson points out the power of praise and thanksgiving. She discusses how we can share our abundance freely and become true teachers of God. Finally, in "Manifesting Miracles/Living Your Capacity" Williamson emphasizes that miracles occur naturally as expressions of love, eternally available through the grace of God.More
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Manifesting GREAT listening!
The material is entirely focused on the text "A Course in Miracles". Personally, I've gotten really tired of the whole "Law of Attraction" stuff and I kept getting the sense that what I was gaining from some material was really missing something. Marianne really dives deep in goes into the deeper principles that can be blocking us from really truly manifesting true authentic abundance in our lives by sharing how our ego (our fear) can want to try to control the outcomes when truly we find abundance through our connection with God (the Divine, the Universe, etc.) rather than worldly things.
Yes, there's Christian language in it, but she is using the language as it is used in the text. However, this doesn't mean at all that any of this is "religious". As Marianne explains, the Course is a psychological training to help us create lives of peace rather than a theological doctrine. If you're able to go beyond the language use and really listen to the underlying message, you're definitely in for a treat!
I'll likely be listening to this again in the future for reference!
Not relevant to this, as it is in the more personal growth genre.
We are to be in the world, but not of the world. We are spiritual beings living a human, worldly experience -- not beings of the world wanting to have a spiritual experience.
- J. L. Twardowski