Our nation is waging war. Children are starving. Our personal lives are a source of conflict and pain. Sometimes it seems the only way to cope is to become numb. But Marianne Williamson sees a way for us to enter our pain and sadness and allow it to transform our lives and, ultimately, the world. She explains, “Life is not about not having problems. Life is about learning to be a person who dwells within problems in a way that transforms the suffering.” In this uplifting interview she applies the teachings from A Course In Miracles to the trials we face personally and globally, and creates a ground on which we can find hope and transformation in the darkest of times. (hosted by Michael Toms)
Marianne Williamson is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher, author and lecturer.
She is the author of many books, including:
- A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of “A Course in Miracles” (Perennial Currents 1996)
- A Woman’s Worth (Random House 1993)
- The Gift of Change: Spiritual Guidance for Living Your Best Life (HarperSanFrancisco 2006)
To learn more about the work of Marianne Williamson, go to www.marianne.com.
Topics Explored in this Dialogue:
- Why your darkest moment may carry the seed of the greatest hope for you and for our world
- How we can become as committed to love as terrorists are to hate
- Why the old “town pub” was a valuable resource
- How you can find a vortex of possibility to overcome all the negative voices around you
- Why transforming your anger is a first step to creating peace in the world
- How you can build the strength to remain in peace and expect miracles-no matter what
Program Number: 3073 Host: Michael Toms Interview Date: 12/10/2004