Miracle Hour Episode 6: The Illusion and the Reality of Love

Posted by Eric F Coppolino

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In today’s edition of The Miracle Hour, I look at Chapter 16 of ACIM, titled “The Forgiveness of Illusions.” Part IV, The Illusion and the Reality of Love, discusses the differences between love and hate, and their relationship to reality.

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In today’s edition of The Miracle Hour, I look at Chapter 16 of ACIM, titled “The Forgiveness of Illusions.” Part IV, The Illusion and the Reality of Love, discusses the differences between love and hate, and their relationship to reality.

Miracle Hour is distributed weekly to the Pacifica Radio Network and is a project of Planet Waves FM. Music, as ever, is by Vision Quest.

By the way, the original date of this broadcast (March 13) was my 30th anniversary of first receiving my copy of A Course in Miracles. I’m delighted that I can share my experiences with you.

Lovingly,
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2 thoughts on “Miracle Hour Episode 6: The Illusion and the Reality of Love

  1. Amy Elliott

    The Passion of the Western Mind is indeed an awesome read. Took me a while to get through it, but eventually I managed and it was well worth it.

    FWIW, I actually admire the Greek philosophers. They seem to have been the first to cast a critical eye on taking our perceptions and senses for granted, and the first to ask what is behind our mental construction of the world. The progression from Classical philosophy to Christianity and more modern thought feels in large measure like chaos theory in action.

  2. LizzyLizzy

    My dearest friend, and PW member, Fiona, wrote to me that this was mind-blowing, and it really is, dear Eric. Unfortunately when I listened to it, last night, I was so tired that I kept falling asleep, and missed large chunks of it – but those I heard were amazing, and I will listen to it again during the day. Thank you.

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