Although it may require a lifetime of study to grasp, the best-selling A Course in Miracles has inspired millions. Perhaps its most essential lesson is 101: The belief that there is no sin and that God's will for us is perfect happiness. Longtime teacher Jon Mundy digs deeply into this concept, providing an insightful and clear path through one of the manual's most meaningful and complex lessons.
©2014 Jon Mundy PhD (P)2014 Gildan Media LLC
"...a wonderful guide to both understanding and behavior, with light in our minds and love in our hearts." (Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love)
"Great resource for any Course in Miracles student"
I didn't purchase the print version
The narration is very fast in some sections and it's difficult to take it all in at once.
I purchased both of Jon's books on audible. The first one on A Course of Miracles was hard for me to follow, the narration was so mundane-perhaps it's better in print form. In my opinion, this book was much easier to listen to, Although I love Marianne Williamson,I found "Perfect Happiness" as helpful or even more so than some of her books, Munday doesn't interject quite as much of his personal opinion, but rather approaches teachings of the Course in a very loving, matter of fact manner. I can listen over and over and continue to learn something new and very useful every time..I highly recommend this book for any student of the Course
"Very helpful review/analysis"
I started doing the Course in 1989. I got a lot out of hearing Jon's book. I'm just about to play it again from the beginning. It helps to hear it presented over and over.
His reading is not the most dynamic, but I got used to it and found it very helpful.
"Loved all of it, but he sounds so angry..."
I loved all of it and will listen to it over and over, but the way he reads it he sounds so angry.... Isn't this about happiness? I got the message so that's what's important...
"I didn't like the movie examples"
Not bad except the movie examples I don't relate to since I don't watch them. I also didn't relate to he and his friends laughing at the young survival trainer gal. That came across negative, male bonding and mocking. And please leave the name of the spouse and imitating her speaking to you, I didn't enjoy those examples. The traffic examples of honking were very good and sometimes funny. I hope he includes more funny stories like that. Stories about about his interactions with Ken Wapnick and Helen Schucman, as well as Gary Renard would be appreciated.
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