The Line

Al Lampell

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Al Lampell’s marriage of twenty-five years was coming apart when a book practically fell into his hands that changed everything. Love Is Letting Go of Fear, written by Gerald Jampolsky, soon became his constant companion and life preserver, helping him where conventional therapy and guidance had failed. It also led him to become a teacher of A Course in Miracles. In this guide, he shares some of the powerful lessons he’s learned that have helped him find peace, love, and bliss. One of the keys to changing your life, he says, is changing your thoughts, your habits. For example, if you want to stop smoking cigarettes, it is simple—just don’t put a cigarette in your mouth. It is simple but not easy, because you have to create a nonsmoking habit—you have to reprogram yourself. He also highlights the critical importance of awareness, willingness, and vigilance as the method to use to develop new habits or replace habits you wish to change. Stop being a willing victim, practice conscious communication, and take the simple steps you need to make your dreams a reality with the lessons in The Line. “What I learned in Al’s class over twenty years ago has become part of my unconscious thinking process. I am so grateful for him and what he taught me”—Irena Hefner

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