A Path to Peace – An Introduction

by Sheri Baker

Sheri Baker

Sheri Baker

Even though it has been referred to as the most profound spiritual document known to humanity, ACIM (A Course In Miracles) is not everyone’s cup of tea. It’s a channeled book with a poetic style unrivaled by the most eloquent authors in history. Its goal of inner peace aligns perfectly with the peace of mind toward which EFT is ultimately aimed. Not surprisingly, these two healing powerhouses complement each other magnificently. One might say that the Course is the “way” or the path, and EFT is the “means” or the technique to achieve this goal.  In this series, I will explore this creative combo with you and generate ideas that, hopefully, will propel you along your path.

In spite of its brilliance, or perhaps because of it, the Course can be difficult to read, much less understand. However, if we want to use EFT at its most optimal level, it would behoove us to incorporate some sound spiritual principles of truth, whether offered by the Course or another inspired teaching.

I enjoy talking about A Course in Miracles, not because it’s the only avenue to enlightened thought, but because it’s my primary path and I’ve successfully road-tested much of what it says into my own life and tapping practice. In future writings, I will explore some of its most relevant themes in the hope you will find it helpful in your healing efforts, both for yourself and others. 

The truth is we’re all on a path to peace. Some of us are consciously aware that we are; some of us are not. Fortunately, an individual plan has been mapped out for each one of us to help get us there. Our sole responsibility, according to ACIM, is to accept our part in the overall plan to acknowledge the peace which is our Divine inheritance.

By integrating A Course in Miracles with EFT, we have the ability to pursue our path out of fear more quickly and easily than ever before. Whether you bump along the highway in a fog or follow your own specific roadmap with your headlights on high beam, the choice is up to you. 


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