The Liar

What is the only thing in the way of peace and happiness for all? What continually stops us from enjoying the abundance and joy which all of us deserve, and are our birthright?

It is the liar. And it is in each and every one of our minds. And as long as we are unaware of it, the violent world goes on, steadily approaching self-destruction.

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About Niramisa Weiss

A few years ago, Niramisa devoted her life to the Plan as described in A Course In Miracles. Since then, she has been following instructions from Spirit as best she can. She works tirelessly to play her small part in the inevitable healing of the diseased mind of humanity; the only work she believes is worth doing.

She understands that what she has uncovered of our species-wide, perceptual pathology will often be met with anger and resentment, at first. Nevertheless, she continues fearlessly with the work assigned by ‘Him Upstairs’.

Who knows where all of this might lead? Niramisa hopes and prays for peace for all human beings. She says:

"It is only on the approach to truth where we become fearful, falter, and turn back repeatedly.
However, when we eventually take the step, and see the truth clearly, there is no more fear. Instead, we rest assured that we have just glimpsed the easiest way out of the colossal mess we have made with our beautiful world."

Niramisa has already written a detailed treatise explaining the nature of the liar in the human mind. The Liar was published in April 2013 and is available in paperback and electronically from Amazon and other websites. Niramisa is also writing fiction based on the liar principle of human perception, under the pseudonym Margaret Murphy. Her first novel, Life Without The Liar, was published on 22 July 2014.

Niramisa lives in Spain with her tiny elephant Eli.

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