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While the message in this book is great, awesome, fantastic, I get a bit confused by her religious beliefs. I'm not really sure what she believes. On one hand she talks about breaking free from religious trappings, yet, she throws in biblical quotes and says things that sound very religious quite often.. This is the 2nd book of hers I've listened to and I felt the same way after listening to both.. It's almost like she's lulling you in, thinking she's a very new age spiritualist who doesn't believe in the trappings of traditional religions, but then she says things that make you think she is a very traditional religious person at times, which for me, just doesnt mesh with the new spiritual awareness of our world.. Maybe it's just me, but she seems a bit confusing to me on that subject.
Marianne points out some uncomfortable truths about how we, as spiritual students, fail to live up to our responsibility to change ourselvee. And as usual, she also gives us the hope that God is in charge as always, and if we will integrate the prinicipals laid out in A Course in Miracles, attempting to align ourselves with Him, we have a much better chance of changing ourselves, which gives the world a better chance of changing for the good.
I enjoyed getting a renewed version of Return to Love. Our world has changed and so have we. I recommend it!
Often called "the voice of her generation," Marianne Williamson has been lecturing on spirituality since 1983. She is the author of the "New York Times" bestsellers: "A Return to Love; A Woman's Worth; Illuminata; The Healing of America;" and "Illuminated Prayers." Her books have been translated into more than twenty languages. Marianne continues to inspire audiences on a global scale as she lectures internationally in the fields of spirituality and new thought.