There is no role more honorable, humbling, and vital to society than the role of the teacher. The teacher educates and inspires. The teacher heals and nourishes.
But who teaches the teachers?
Marianne Williamson is a New York Times best-selling author, spiritual thought leader, dynamic public speaker, and former congressional candidate.
Her first book, A Return to Love, inspired by A Course in Miracles, thrust her into the national spotlight in 1992 when Oprah featured Marianne on the show. Since then, Marianne has never looked back, penning 12 books and inspiring millions of people to cultivate a life of love and to bring their best selves into the world.
There are always those loyal voices you look back on and recognize, with gratitude, as a voice of loving guidance and true influence. Marianne Williamson is that voice for me. As a young teacher, finding my own voice, I cannot tell you how many times I have felt her words.
Marianne Williamson is not only one of the great spiritual guides of our time, she has also taught and inspired thousands of us to teach with full hearts and integrity. I am inspired by her every day.
Marianne Williamson is one of my greatest teachers and my dear friend. She was my source of inspiration at the beginning of my career and to this day she continues to guide my path.
Marianne Williamson’s ability to relate the individual to the larger picture is her unique contribution to the world as a leader. Her tenacity toward real, deep healing has influenced and guided my career ever since the moment I was introduced to her.
"Universal wisdom is the water—you are the faucet. As a teacher or therapist, you are not there to generate wisdom. Think of the universe as a house already wired for electricity, and we are all lamps. It doesn’t matter the shape of the lamp, the color of the lamp, or the size of the lamp.
What matters is the lamp is plugged in.
When we connect to unchanging truths, we become grounded.
This course will help you discover those eternal truths: to find a greater capacity to dwell within this world, endure the struggles of this world, and ultimately, connect with the deepest version of yourself."