Until I was 29, I was an intellectual. A graduate of Literature from the University of Buenos Aires, I was Professor of Language and Literature and I worked with publishers. I was then totally identified with my mind.
Yet I longed to know myself better, so I left my native Argentina to establish myself in Spain. It was in Spain where I first tried Yoga, which transformed my life. Yoga opened me to a spiritual dimension. Quickly I undertook the studies that allowed me to become a passionate Yoga teacher.
But life had a few more surprises in store for me. When I least imagined it, A Course in Miracles came to me and revolutionized everything I had dared to think until then. As I read and studied it, I thought how much I would have liked to translate and edit such treasure. I had no idea then that years later I would be offered the chance to play just that role with A Course of Love. What I wanted most came to me without my going to look for it!
One morning, in April 2015, John Mark Stroud contacted me to tell me that Spirit was leading him to suggest that I translate A Course of Love... Would I carry out such a task?
A few days later, in a retreat by John Mark that I attended at the end of April, I shared a room with Coralie Pearson. Upon hearing that Coralie was English and a professional translator, in addition to also being a student of the Christ teachings, I suspected that perhaps I was being asked to give her the mission. So I told her about all this and asked her to consider whether she would be the one in charge of translating ACOL. After being with the question for several days, she finally answered that she felt we should both do it as a team.
Since then, my life has become a flexible space in which God can move me wherever needed. To be a living example of the teachings of ACOL is my role and my happiness. How can I not believe in miracles?
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