In this class we use “Chalk Marks” from Joel S Goldsmith an excerpt from ‘The Art of Spiritual Healing’ as well as three Miracle Principles and “I loose the world…” from the Miracle Healers Handbook. All with the same idea: the undoing of limitations caused by the human frame of reference, you might call inherent in your life.
If you feel uncomfortable for a moment when listening to this, don’t worry. You are entering new territories in your experience of yourself. Developing the Art is therefor an invitation to go beyond appearances and self-imposed limitations and discover a new reality, a new You.
Joel Goldsmith uses in his “The Art of Spiritual Healing” a great analogy to make something clear. One of the sentences in ‘Chalk Marks’:
“Only those white chalk marks called time, diagnoses, symptoms or appearances, can make you believe that you are a prisoner of disease or sin”.Joel S. Goldsmith in The Art of Spiritual Healing, Acropolis Books.
Miracles are natural expressions of total forgiveness. Through miracles, man accepts God’s forgiveness by extending it to others. The second step is inherent in the first, because light cannot tolerate darkness. Light dispels darkness automatically, by definition.Miracle Principles – Urtext A Course in Miracles, T1B17.
What keeps the world in chains but your beliefs? And what can save the world except your Self? Belief is powerful indeed. The thoughts you hold are mighty, and illusions are as strong in their effects as is the truth.Excerpt – Urtext A Course in Miracles, Lesson 132: ‘I loose the world from everything I thought it was’