The best description I have ever heard about A Course in Miracles


Mar 20, 2018


This teaching of James Twyman (in the video) from the ACIM San Francisco Conference (February 2018) is best description I personally have ever heard of what it’s like to live in this world and then to encounter A Course in Miracles.

What’s amazing to me is that someone was in the room filming this video and James didn’t know who she was. She was just a participant who showed up with a camera! To me, that’s Jesus on the field!

We found out that this angel’s name is Lorraine – and I found her phone number and reached out to her and asked if I could get a copy of this video to send out to may mailing list and she went way above and beyond just sending it to me – she edited the whole thing with great graphics! Thank you Lorraine. 

I was in the room, extremely excited that this teaching was being filmed!! I sat there thinking: if anyone hears this teaching, they won’t stay stuck anymore in drama, chaos or fear. They will KNOW that stepping out of this world is simply A MATTER OF DECISION. 

You just gotta step over the line! 

If you are ready to leave the prison and step over the line, please post in the comments below! I would love to hear from you. 

I’ve known James a long time, and I love everything he does – but this one-hour video – in my little humble opinion – is the best thing he’s ever done.

I actually think it’s the best thing ANY Course in Miracles teacher has ever done!

Jimmy, you knocked this one out of the park! 

He tells a story of what it’s like to live in this world and try to improve ourselves – and how nothing changes. How we wander aimlessly looking for a solution and we come to this place where messages are being thrown into the world – he describes them as little pieces of paper tied with string around a rock.

And how in this world there are good places and bad places and the world is so big – it’s places of poverty and places of overflowing abundance – and there are loving kind people and there are violent people and how all the institutions and churches are teaching us how to live a better life here – teaching us how to make money, how to win friends and influence people, how to find love, how to be happy, how to feel safe – but what often goes unrecognized is that you’re in a prison still!

But we don’t know it’s a prison because it’s so big and because we seem to be free here. There are no walls or bars. There is goodness and light here, so quite often we don’t even realize we’re prisoners.

Everything you do to try to improve your life is still only done within the parameters of the prison house. You’re still stuck. You’re still trapped.

So how do you escape?

If you are interested in finding out the answer to that question, watch this video. Yes. It’s one hour. It will be the best hour you will ever spend.

It will open your eyes. It will make you bold.

It will give you 3 words that you can add onto the end of every idea that comes into your mind that you think will make you happy. 

I invite you to join with me in “stepping over the line.”

It takes great courage to leave this world behind, but once you see that everything in the world is only designed to keep you quiet “in the prison” you will find a strength to step over that line … and not look back … and not go back.

I find it fitting that today’s is James Twyman’s birthday!!!


I love you. You rock the world with music and joy and light.

For over twenty years, James Twyman, also known as The Peace Troubadour, has traveled to countries at war to share the prayers of peace from the 12 major religions of the world he put to music in 1994. He has been invited by peace organizations and even the leaders of countries to Bosnia, Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Syria and many other countries to initiate world synchronized meditations while battles raged around him. Each time millions of people participated, and miracles have often followed. James is also the NY Times bestselling author of fifteen books, has recorded over eighteen albums, and has produced or directed six films. James Twyman website:

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