By Chuck Shermetaro
“Seek not to change the world but choose to change your mind about the world.”
An introductory class in A Course in Miracles, will begin Thursday, March 7, at Unity of Livonia.
A Course in Miracles commonly referred to as (ACIM), is a unique spiritual self-study program designed to awaken us to the truth of our oneness with God and Love.
-Would you like to feel peaceful, even in difficult situations?
-Would you like all your relationships to be loving?
-Would you like to feel better connected to your Source?
These are the ultimate goals of A Course in Miracles. It is a study course for those seeking spiritual transformation by gaining a full awareness of love’s presence in one’s own life.
Since it was introduction in 1976, ACIM’s phenomenal growth has affected the lives of thousands of people, men, and women in all walks of life and connected to all major faiths. There are presently over 2,000 study groups in 65 countries, reflecting the outreach of the Course around the world. It has sold well over 3 million copies and has been translated in over 25 languages around the globe. Besides having sold millions of copies, the Course has inspired countless best-selling books such as Marianne Williamson’s, A Return to Love, and Gerald Jampolsky’s, Love is Letting Go of Fear.
Unity of Livonia presently sponsors two ACIM classes on Monday afternoons and Tuesday evenings. Beginning Thursday, March 7th, Unity will host a new group session, Introduction to A Course in Miracles. It will be a 16-week discussion group focusing on the 12 major themes that the Course teaches, and will be open to all students, beginners and advanced.
While our Thursday night meeting is not meant to be an in-depth presentation of all the Course’s principles, we will highlight its central concepts, with emphasis on 12 major themes, presented in an open discussion format, and designed for those just starting the journey with ACIM. Its facilitator will be Chuck Shermetaro, a member of Unity of Livonia and ACIM facilitator.
There is No Charge for the program, and study materials will be provided. For more information, call: 734-756-6507.