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Mastering Your Own Spiritual Freedom

Lessons from A Course in Miracles

By: James Nussbaumer

Price: CAD $25.00


Imprint: Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc.

256 Pages

8.43 X 5.55 X 0.51 ins

ISBN:  9781940265353 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 08/04/2016

At age 50, removed from his high-pressured life as a financial advisor, beginning a 10-year prison term for a foolish securities violation, James Nussbaumer had the time to absorb the complex lessons of A Course In Miracles. Revealing to him the nature of the prison in which virtually all us dwell, that of the dominance of the ego and belief in separation from the One Mind (God), a voice or insistent thoughts told him what he needed to do.

From there his first book, The Master of Everything, was born. Mastering Your Own Spiritual Freedom is its companion—a sequel. Both are down-to-earth, accessible, and illustrate his life and experiences behind prison walls. Readers will find an easy-to-follow path to healing the separated mind: reaching illumination and finding in your heart the free will that has been waiting for you, mastery accomplished.

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