What Could Go Right? A FREE 10-class discussion led by Gail Gnirk.
This class will be an exploration into the kindness of the universe as outlined in the book E2 by Pam Grout. Much more than a book club discussion we will be putting into practice the nine exercises the author constructed that will help us understand that the universe not only has our backs but also is loving, benevolent and strangely accommodating.
This will be an on-going series of discussions for 10 classes, the second Sunday of each month. The class will run from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m., is free and open to anyone. Purchase of the book prior to the first class is recommended but not necessary. Reading and exercise assignments will commence with the first class.
Class dates will be: 1/11, 2/8, 3/8, 4/12, 5/10, 6/14, 7/12, 8/9, 9/13 and 10/11.
About your discussion leader:
Gail is a long-time resident of the Grand Valley, but left in 2011 for work and study in Denver. She spent two years studying at the Rocky Mountain Miracle Center there, co-leading discussions around the principles outlined in A Course in Miracles, a foundation document for E2.
Gail is also studying Spiritual Response Therapy from the Spiritual Response Association in Olympia, Washington, and has taken three of the four courses needed for certification. She will complete her certification in mid-2015.
Gail recently returned to the Grand Valley because her spiritual home is here, and because she wants to share what she has learned with the many like-minded souls who reside here.
Following is a list of other material that will be referenced in the class.
A Course in Miracles Foundation for Inner Peace
The Way of Mastery Shanti Christo Foundation
The Disappearance of the Universe and Your Immortal Reality Gary Renard
I Am The Word trilogy Paul Selig
Ask and It is Given Abraham-Hicks
The Holographic Universe Michael Talbot
The Field Lynn McTaggart
Zero Limits Joe Vitale
Autobiography of a Yogi Paramahansa Yogananda
Anna, Grandmother of Jesus Claire Heartsong
Sweet Fruit from the Bitter Tree Mark Andreas
Breakfast with Buddha Roland Merullo