May 3 2016
Interview with Jason Warwick from Living Miracles Monastery
What is sickness?
What is healing?
What is the role of mind in healing sickness?
Ever since my first year of medical school more than 30 years ago, I have been searching for the answers to these questions. Amazingly I found the answers I was looking for not in the world of medicine but in the teaching of A Course in Miracles.
Listen to this wonderful interview with Jason Warwick as we go deeply into the teachings of A Course in Miracles with respect to sickness.
About Jason Warwick
Jason is originally from Canada and studied mechanical engineering at the University of Alberta. However, he had a deep calling for awakening to Truth and this led him to eventually join with David Hoffmeister and the Living Miracles Center Messengers who are a group of devoted brothers and sisters living simple devotional lives, hosting retreats and traveling where invited to share gatherings that inspire and bless all who seek peace of mind. Jason resides in Utah at Living Miracle Monastery and has devoted his life to awakening and healing the mind and leading students across the world to an authentic experience of peace, love and joy. (www.livingmiraclescenter.org)
Some key points Jason shares:
- Sickness is a defense that the ego mind projects on the body so that we believe ourselves to be weak, powerless and frail.
- Sickness is a defense against the Truth of who we really are- which is unlimited power and peace.
- Sickness also can be understood as ‘a function unfulfilled’ – when we do not feel safe to follow our heart’s calling.
- Dis-ease can be a way that the ego mind stops us when we are fearful to follow our passion and joy.
- Listening to inner guidance and prayer can be a way for us to receive insights and specific instructions that can free us from sickness.
- Often these come as little nudges or repetitive prompts but often we can resist these.
- Spending time in prayer/meditation/stillness and with others also joined in purpose of healing and awakening can help us to step into our function.
**Please note there is echo in this recording but it is still a wonderful resource so just listen closely!