Your Adventure in the Physical World is a Gift to Enjoy.

Wouldn’t it be great if life came with an instruction manual?

The good news is there is one – and it’s filled with simple, practical (and enjoyable!) lessons to help us understand why we’re here and what life is all about.

For example:

“This life on earth is a gift. It is fun. It is a training ground, a diversion, a vacation. It is an exercise in re-learning all that you already know. It is a way to express all that is good – joy, peace, love, gentleness, power, poise, wisdom, confidence, blessings, hope and security. You have chosen this set of circumstances so you may grow. So do so. Laugh and love and live joyously. Be confident of your good and simply accept it. The physical world will change according to your will if you will just believe.”

A Gentle Voice of Wisdom

The words above are from the gentle voice of wisdom speaking through the highly-acclaimed book, Lessons from the Source: A Spiritual Guidebook for Navigating Life’s Journey.

Since 2008, Lessons from the Source has been helping readers navigate their way from birth to death, offering a refreshing, reassuring perspective on life that can help us meet life’s challenges and build a foundation for our own personal belief systems.

Comforting, Concise, Easy-to-Understand

Readers have responded enthusiastically to Lessons from the Source, calling it:

  • A common sense, everyday guide to enjoying life’s adventure.
  • A personal, one-on-one coaching session with God.
  • A condensed, user-friendly version of A Course in Miracles.
  • Comforting, non-dogmatic guidance for living a peaceful, joyous and loving life.
  • Bite-sized nuggets of wisdom that are perfect for daily devotionals.

Guidance for Today’s World

Received and transcribed by Jack Armstrong through the same form of channeling as A Course in Miracles and Conversations with God, the book offers a concise, easy-to-understand presentation of profound spiritual principles – a new interpretation of ancient wisdom for life in today’s world.

If you could see yourself from my perspective, you would laugh at the many barriers you have erected to your own good. It is as if you are existing in a sea of goodness, yet you have built a plastic bubble around yourself to keep the good that is all around you from getting to you or from you getting to it. It’s right there, but you can’t reach it. Dissolve the bubble and become one with your good. — Lessons from the Source