GAVIN VEERE RE ACIM; A Review of Chapter 1 of Gavin Veere’s “Commentary on A Course in Miracles”

by Celia Hales

For information on ordering Gavin’s latest book, visit his website at the following address: http://gavinveere.com/

This volume, entitled Commentary on A Course in Miracles, is Chapter 1 of a projected multi-volume series.  In this chapter, Gavin takes a look at the 50 miracle principles which begin A Course in Miracles.  It is not a simple look, but a well-designed commentary that draws parallels from the entire three-volume ACIM.

Gavin takes us through the 50 principles, one-by-one, but as he progresses, he draws upon past comments to form a well-established sequence of ideas.  By choosing the 50 principles of miracles, and then developing ideas from the other parts of ACIM, he has done us a great service.  Those 50 principles are among the most difficult parts for a new student, because he/she does not have the understanding that the remaining pages of A Course in Miracles will give.

This introductory chapter for Gavin’s commentary also introduces the entire ACIM.  For veteran students/teachers, it serves as a review that capsules a large number of the most important passages to follow.

Gavin has been sharing parts of his new book on his web site, and I encourage interested individuals to visit the address given above.  He is a most approachable person, with accounts on Facebook and Twitter, and he is very, very enthusiastic about A Course in Miracles.  And his enthusiasm is catching!

Chapter 1 of Commentary on A Course in Miracles is a fitting beginning to a most ambitious project that will have far-reaching effects, I believe, on the understanding that students/teachers have of A Course in Miracles.

Read and enjoy!

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