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You do not live here. We are trying to reach your real home. We are trying to reach the place where you are truly welcome. We are trying to reach God. (A Course in Miracles, W-49.4:5)

There is no bigger mystery, nothing more compelling than the desire to know about "life after life". Jon Mundy, the respected longtime teacher and interpreter of A Course in Miracles, now investigates that enigma using insights from the course on mortality, death, and the afterlife. Mundy discusses facing death and learning to let go, the ephemeral nature of the physical body and the eternal reality of the mind, and the reawakening of our Spirit as the one true home. It's an audiobook filled with hope - and a way to alleviate our fear of death.

©2016 Jon Mundy (P)2017 Gildan Media LLC

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It's not you, it's me

I think I should have paid more attention to the Course In Miracles part of the title, and less to the afterlife, because clearly, this is a book about Christianity, not so much about the after life. There were many references to PMH Atwater, who is all about the subject of life after life, so I know I wasn't entirely off point in believing that this book was related to that subject matter, but it's entirely my fault for not really noticing the Course In Miracles right in the title. At any rate, between the very VERY soothing tone of the narrator and the subject matter, I had a lot of trouble maintaining an interest, frankly. I DO suspect that's more about me than the quality of writing. It just wasn't my cup of tea, and, again, I blame myself for focusing too much on descriptions and not enough on the title!

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  • 12-08-17

Mind expanding

A little bit of biography and personal experiences help elucidate the teachings of ACIM. I will be listening to this more than once.

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  • Neville Bartos
  • 04-21-17

Awesome

Great as always, Jon is really in tune with his listeners, more Course teachers should follow his ways and add their books to Audible. That means Gary, DU isn't enough lol. Have a word Jon :)