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Film Screening: A Chorus in Miracles

October 25, 2015 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm UTC+0

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Organized by: CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)

A Chorus in Miracles the Movie

JOIN US IN CELEBRATING

THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF

A COURSE IN MIRACLES

A CHORUS IN MIRACLES IS NOT LIKE ANY SPIRITUAL MOVIE YOU’VE SEEN.

Spiritual pioneer, James Twyman, best known for his NY Times bestseller, The Moses Code, is holding the largest A Course in Miracles celebration in history by sharing his latest film, “A Chorus in Miracles,” in over 350 churches nationwide this October.

You are invited to join us at CRS on Sunday, October 25th at 2:30 pm for our screening as we join thousands around the world in celebration of the 50 year anniversary of A Course in Miracles.

A musical journey in celebration of the 50 year anniversary of A Course in Miracles, Twyman’s feature documentary film has been insightfully created as an homage to the most life-changing spiritual text of the 20th century.  Because of the profound nature of the work scribed by Helen  Schucman beginning in 1965, “A Chorus in Miracles” is a must see film for long-time A Course in Miracles students, those newly embarking on their own transformational journey and any person with an interest in spirituality and how it changes our lives.

Twyman followed a group of students and teachers of A Course In Miracles for nearly a year, and what he discovered will amaze you. “I wanted to meet people who are living the teachings of A Course in Miracles in exciting ways,” Twyman explained. “One man expresses his love of The Course through the hula hoop, while a professor at Oakland University in Michigan uses A Course in Miracles to teach the finer points of systems engineering. Also included in the movie is an Emmy Award winning composer sharing his experience, as well as five-time Grammy Award winning musician Victor Wooten who has been a student of A Course in Miracles since he was sixteen.”

The genesis of the documentary began when Twyman decided to put the 365 lessons from A Course in Miracles to music, lessons that are shared with nearly 20,000 people every day. Though it has been the most monumental task of his life, it has also inspired him to live The Course in ways he couldn’t have imagined.

“Writing, recording and distributing 365 songs in one year has transformed my life,” says Twyman. “The most amazing thing is that I’ve been able to keep up with everything, including directing and producing the film. I also love receiving emails nearly every day from people who were long-time Course students who rediscovered their love of the material through the music, as well as people who are new to the material. Most of all, it has reinvigorated my own love of this amazing book.”

 

James Twyman

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James F. Twyman is New York Times bestselling author of 15 books, including Emissary of Light, The Moses Code, and The Barn Dance. In 1994 he put peace prayers from the 12 major religions to music and began traveling the world, quickly becoming known as “The Peace Troubadour,” and often being invited by world leaders and peace organizations to perform the concert in countries while at war. He has performed in Bosnia, Iraq, Serbia, South Africa, Israel, Northern Ireland and many other places. James has also produced ten music CD’s, and has produced or directed six films, including the award winning “Indigo” and “Redwood Highway.” Founder of The Beloved Community, a network of spiritual peace ministers around the world, as well as the Seminary of Spiritual Peacemaking which has graduated and ordained over 500 ministers, James is committed to the path of peace through spirituality. James currently lives in Portland, Oregon.

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Event Date:
October 25, 2015
Event Time:
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Cost:
$10
Event Registration:
http://bit.ly/1h4hCHk

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CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
Phone:
212-677-8621
Email:
info@crsny.org
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CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
123 4th Ave FL3
New York, NY 10003 United States
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212-677-8621
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