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bd40bc7c7a That much I could tell him without even seeing the manuscript. Renard 1 Arten and Pursah Appear (excerpt) During Christmas week of 1992, I realized that the circumstances of my life and my state of mind had been slowly improving for about a year. (ACIM: T82) As we go along, try to remember that. Vimeo About Vimeo Vimeo Blog Vimeo Guidelines Developers Jobs Help Help Center Video School FAQ Forums More On Demand Everywhere Upload Site Map Upgrade Vimeo Plus Vimeo PRO Vimeo Business Did you know? If you’re tight on time, you can add any video to Watch Later by clicking the cute lil’ clock icon in the player. You know I was telling her a few weeks ago about when I was a teenager and I went to a dance at a Catholic church hall. I personally believe that The Disappearance of the Universe can be helpful, time-saving reading for any open-minded person who is on a spiritual path.
(ACIM: T619) GARY: Now you’re really getting me in the mood. Listen to this quote from the section of the Text called “The Anti-Christ.” J is talking here about different kinds of idols, and sex would certainly be considered one of them. The conversations that Gary had recorded with his unexpected and most unusual spiritual instructors, Arten and Pursah, were smart, funny, and free of the unctuous pseudo-profundity that I’d come to expect from so-called “channeled” material. There is something much better to feel good about. They are presented within the framework of a dialogue that has three participants: Gary, (that’s me) and Arten and Pursah, the two ascended masters who appeared to me in person. These crystal clear light flashes did not take up my entire field of vision, but were concentrated on particular areas. Gary said he didn’t think that either approach was possible with what he had written, but he’d think about it.