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A Course In Miracles

The course does not aim at teaching the meaning of love, for that is beyond what can be taught. It does aim, however, at removing the blocks to the awareness of love’s presence, which is your natural inheritance. The opposite of love is fear, but what is all-encompassing can have no opposite. A Course in Miracles, T-in.1.

Are you feeling homesick?  A place where you run free and feel loved ...?
Have you lost your way to your kampung?  A heartfelt place of laughter and kindness ...?
Are you ready for the day-to-day systematic practice of happiness?

If you’re ready ... this is the Course.  It’s the way to your kampung, where you can leave all your anxieties to return to a place of inner peace and joy. 

A Course In Miracles is a self-study day-by-day guide to practice right-mindedness thinking.  At the end of the Course, you will realize that happiness has just slipped your mind.  Now, it’s calling you to remember ...

All the Course asks of you is an open heart, an expansive mind and the willingness to be vulnerable.  First of all, let yourself be fully committed to happiness.  To fulfill your wish to experience miracles, you are required to read the Course on your own.  And to get you started, commit yourself to three sessions of blissful learning, facilitated by Chee Wah, today.  
These three sessions, each 2 hours, will include:

Session #1: What the Course says? - an introduction to the 669-page Text.
Session #2: Why 365 lessons? - an introduction to the Workbook for Students
Session #3: Who are Teachers? - an introduction to the Manual for Teachers.

In 2001, Chee Wah joined the Novitiate Program as a Buddhist monk with the objective to understand the balance of body, mind and soul.  A few years later, he came across A Course In Miracles and started a journey of self discovery by reading two pages of the text each day and practiced the 365 lessons from the Workbook for Student.  Committing to a discipline, one day, two pages and one lesson, he managed to complete the Course in one year.  To have a deeper understanding, he started from page one all over again.  Since 2005, he continues to read the Course regularly. 

By request, he starts to share the principles from the book and practices its philosophy of right-mindedness thinking.  Opportunities knocked.  Doors opened.  He was invited to speak at many seminars and conducted various workshops based on the Course.  In 2008, he began penning his thoughts and authored the book “Invite Freedom Home - Creating A Meaningful Life and Live Life with Passion”. The book is the #1 Bestseller on Popular Bookstore’s Self-Enrichment category.  

Why I want to commit to the Course?  By Susan Lim

I have a lot of questions about inner peace, love and happiness.  I immersed myself in the teachings of the Law of Attraction as popularized by “The Secret” and “Abraham Hicks”, learnt Neuro-Linguistics Programming (NLP) and Hypnotherapy, Buddhism and a variety of self-development materials.  But somehow I still find myself in the dark trying desperately to look for directions and a sense of purpose in life.   I am fearful of almost everything: old age, immaturity, failure, mediocrity, having insignificant dreams and even fear of not achieving my dreams at all.   Constantly, I dreaded the idea that I’ve either not loved or I’ve not been loving enough.  I am just paralyzed with fear.

I first heard of A Course In Miracles when I read Marianne Williamson’s Return to Love.  I know I have to explore the Course and that is when I stumbled upon  It was such a delight to know that locally, in Malaysia, Chee Wah is teaching the Course.  Immediately, I know I need to reach out to him to help me understand the Course.

I hope through ACIM and the generous sharing from Chee Wah, I can discover what my fear is and to find my inner peace, love and happiness.


Organized by: TalenCloud
Contact Person: Call/SMS Susan Lim

3 consecutive Mondays:
12, 19 and 26 August, 2013
7.45pm to 9.45pm

Menara Mutiara Bangsar
8-0-13 Ground Floor, Jalan Liku
Off Jalan Bangsar
Your Contribution:
RM30 per person per session

**There will be practice of silence from 7.45pm to 8.00pm.  Do be punctual.**


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