ACIM for Work Life: There Must be a Better Way




“Eventually everyone begins to recognize, however dimly, that there must be a better way. As this recognition becomes more firmly established, it becomes a turning point.” T2.III.6

Are you not tired of raising your voice to try to settle an issue? Are you not sick and tired of trying to change the person closest to you? Why not stop arguing and start listening?

When the storm is over, you sit alone in the living room feeling empty and lost. You hold on to the resentment while your loved ones left the house. Then you begin to question yourself, have you done the right thing?  In your quietest moment, you wish you hadn’t said what you had just said.  “However dimly,” you know, “ that there must be a better way.”

You’ve scolded, accused, blamed, finger-pointed, abused the person you loved the most.  You did the same in your office, with your co-worker, and wonder why good things never happen to you. Of course, you were not aware. Maybe tomorrow, maybe years later, you look back and realize that after all these years, you still carried with you the same bitterness. Now you want a redemption. Your heart knows when it is the time to make amends. Your heart misses a beat when you watch a movie, read a sentence in an article, overheard someone mentioned about love. Those are waking-up moments for you to take another look at all the mistakes you’ve made. There is always a better way and that mistakes can be corrected. With the new thoughts, it becomes your turning point.

This 10 part series is facilitated by Tham Chee Wah. He is a Lifestyle Designer, a Corporate Writer and a Master of Ceremonies. He has spoken to more than 30,000 people in many prestigious convention centers. He was a feature writer for Sin Chew Jit Poh and many publications including Astro V-Mag. He re-defined retirement when he was 23, starting a business, and get to fulfill his dream of traveling the world. He creates a lifestyle where he turns passion into a business.

In 2001, he joined the Novitiate Program as a Buddhist monk with the objective to understand the balance of body, mind and soul. A few years later, he came across A Course In Miracles, read two pages of the text each day and practiced the 365 lessons from the Workbook for student. One day, two pages and one lesson. After one year of completing the Course, he started from page one again. He continues to read the Course regularly since 2005. By request, he starts to share the principles from the book and practices its philosophy of right-mindedness thinking. Opportunities knocked. Doors opened. Miraculously, life flourished.

He is the author of the book Invite Freedom Home. In this debut effort, Chee Wah takes you through his journeys from his hometown in Malaysia to the lost civilization of the Incas in Peru; from the ruins of Angkor Temples in Cambodia to the sacred Mount Sinai in Egypt, from the revered Buddha’s birthplace in Nepal to the romantic backwaters of Kerala in Southern India, he relates his magical adventures traveling with the Power of Creation.
Learn the four steps to creating New Thoughts to invite freedom home, once again!