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The Dialogues of A Course of Love Mari Perron

The Dialogues of A Course of Love

Mari Perron

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There is no other time. There is no “higher” self waiting to do what only you can do. There is no one else who knows what you know the way you know it or who can express the unknown in the way that you can express it. The unknown can only be madeMoreThere is no other time. There is no “higher” self waiting to do what only you can do. There is no one else who knows what you know the way you know it or who can express the unknown in the way that you can express it. The unknown can only be made known through reception and expression. Call it what you will for what you call it matters not. Throw out all the words that express the unknown in ways that you would not, and find your own. Each way is needed.In The Dialogues of A Course of Love, you will find the most sweeping changes, and the most personal, and emphatic call back to self. The Dialogues begin with sections on Acceptance, Discovery, and Being, after which you are invited to ascend to the mountain with Jesus for Forty Days and Forty Nights. Here you are an equal, sharing in companionship and dialogue as you prepare to return from the mountain as a new self. This is completion and integration of what was gained in this work that leads beyond the ego and returns you to a life of meaning and purpose.The Dialogues are the third book of the Course of Love series.A Course of Love calls you to follow your heart. It is a guide addressed to the heart rather than the mind, given to appeal to your highest self rather than ego. It is a course to establish your own true identity, return you to your essential self, and to elevate your humanity. It’s a new way of knowing – not learning – leading to creation of the new.This is a radical shift, a step beyond courses that address the mind through the ego. With this starting point, A Course of Love calls us not to be selfless but to be true selves.