Services currently available are limited to our weekly study group and individual enlightenment training with Carolyn Miller.
Study Groups begin with a period of silent meditation during which Carolyn channels Shaktipat Kundalini (also known as the healing, uplifting energy of the Holy Spirit) to participants. After a brief visualization, we have someone open A Course in Miracles at random, and begin reading at the beginning of the section she or he lands on. Group members each read a paragraph aloud, while the rest follow along in their books, and then we pause for discussion. By choosing our place in the book at random, we allow the Holy Spirit to direct us to passages that will be of particular relevance to those in attendance. Beginners are welcome, as are long-term students of ACIM.
Enlightenment Training offers fine-tuning for committed students of A Course in Miracles who wish to strengthen their connection to the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Jesus tells us that the Holy Spirit is the only Teacher of A Course in Miracles. However, “A teacher of God is anyone who has completed the Course and chooses to be one. His qualifications consist solely in this; somehow, somewhere he has made a deliberate choice in which he did not see his interests as apart from someone else’s…
“They come from all over the world. They come from religions and from no religion. They are the ones who have answered. The Call is universal. It goes on all the time everywhere. It calls for teachers to speak for It and redeem the world. Many will hear It, but few will answer. Yet it is all a matter of time. Everyone will answer in the end, but the end can be a long, long way off. It is because of this that the plan of the teachers was established. Their function is to save time. Each one begins as a single light, but with the Call at its center it is a light that cannot be limited. And each one saves a thousand years of time as the world judges it. To the Call Itself time has no meaning.
“There is a course for every teacher of God…But the content of the course never changes. Its central theme is always, ‘God’s Son is guiltless, and in his innocence is his salvation.’ It can be taught by actions or thoughts; in words or soundlessly; in any language or in no language; in any place or time or manner. It does not matter who the teacher was before he heard the call. He has become a savior by his answering…Yet time has an ending, and it is this that the teachers of God are appointed to bring about. For time is in their hands. Such was their choice, and it is given them.” (ACIM, Manual for Teachers, 1. Who Are God’s Teachers?)