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A Course in Miracles Unleashed: A Direct Encounter with Jesus Christ in the Evolution and Enlightenment of the Human Species (2008)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 1 September 2008
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This unique 4-part documentary film takes the viewer on a journey without distance into the arcane process of individual spiritual enlightenment, through the singular dramatic experience of over 100 ordinary men and women from around the world, who were awakened and illuminated by the revolutionary mind training program of Jesus Christ in his Course In Miracles. Written by F.N.V. "Jubi" Onyeama O'Connor

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Not Christian at all
7 July 2012 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

If you got this documentary because it was labeled Christian you might want to think about it again. The movie is not about the Jesus Christ of the Bible, but instead of another "Jesus" created by them. The Course in Miracles is based on the teachings of Helen Schucman and her pretended messages received by her "Jesus".

Their teachings have Theosophic roots and its about self illumination and not salvation by the blood of Christ as in the Bible. If you are into New Age, mysticism, gnosticism this might be the good movie for you, but if you are a Christian stay out of it as it has nothing to do with Christianity as proclaimed by the authors.


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