It’s clear that, all around the globe, we have a hate problem. As spiritual seekers, we tend to shy away from using the word hate, but that’s what it is. And until we face our hate directly, it will remain a destructive force in us and in the world.
A Course in Miracles doesn’t shy away from the word “hate” and its cognates, which appear over 200 times in the book. Accordingly, the Course is well equipped to help us heal the hate within us. In this episode of Exploring A Course in Miracles, Robert and Emily offer practical tools for facing and rooting out the hate in our hearts so that we can heal it in our world.
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