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Gildan Audio presents Marianne Williamson: More Inspiring Lectures on a Course in Miracles, Volume 3.

©2018 Marianne Williamson (P)2019 Gildan Media

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Marianne is Always there for me

Marianne Williamson is a divine teacher. Even if you aren’t aware of the ACIM’s material, her words will shine through your soul... My hope is that all who are lost may hear her voice... Not only does she proclaim the metaphysical nature of the course, she also exhibits a real knowledge for everyday people, in all walks of Life... Don’t stop being who you are Marianne... With great love MJL

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More enlightening food for my mind.

Marianne should be Secretary of State, should be changed to Secretary of Peace. Just imagine this!

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missed the mark

I couldn't finish it. She is political and it clouds her full apprehension of A Course in Miracles, which she twists just enough to justify her activism and judgements.

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