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Join Gary Renard, the best-selling author of The Disappearance of the Universe and Your Immortal Reality, for the final installment of his trilogy: a fascinating roller-coaster ride to the mysterious truth behind the modern spiritual masterpiece A Course in Miracles. His teachers, Ascended Masters Arten and Pursah, will take you on a whirlwind tour of the afterlife; teach you a method that will, with practice, melt away all of your past bad karma; and reveal the "missing ingredient" to the popular self-help techniques of today. This book will blow your mind and hand you the key to enlightenment...at the same time! In the end, you will discover that, indeed, Love has forgotten no one.

©2019 Hay House, Inc. (P)2019 Hay House, Inc.

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full of delightful information

I like the fact the voices don't change from the past 2 book,it always a great delight to hear this book .

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Gary’s books are awesome.

Every book just teaches me so much! Thank you Gary for your work even if it is a dream. :)

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Far too opinionated on politics and other mundane policies

I enjoyed The Disappearance of the Universe, yet found this book too be either full of unuseful narrative and/or what seems to be personal opinions. I’m not American, and therefore highly doubt the Holy Spirit or Arden and Pursah would be so focused on describing the flaws of the IRS system etc. It seemed like a waste of time.

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ACIM Explained in Depth, Simplicity and Humor

For anyone with whom ACIM resonates, this book gets to the core of why it’s important to integrate Course principles into our awareness while it offers practical ways to do so and to what end. As a 30+ year student of the Course I believe this book is brilliant and one of the most helpful in fully understanding and applying the ideas presented.

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