As we actually do the work of spritual transformation (which is really just "coming home" to what we are), it is helpful to clarify some things we may think we alreayd understand. And maybe you do! There might also be more to learn. CLICK HERE for the video.
"Do or do not. There is no try." Yoda. These wise words from Yoda can serve to remind us that there is no try in affirming the Truth of Wholeness for ourselves, others, and for the circumstances we find ourselves in. There is simply do or do not. CLICK HERE FOR THE VIDEO
Licensed Untiy Teacher Susan Smith shares a valuable and practical tool: the ability to create a spiritual firewall. What does that mean? Since we're all connected, we are all also subject to the collective consciousness which is part of the human experience. At times, this can be a very negative and divisive place to be! We can, however, not only learn to guard our own mental environment, but help heal that negativity as well. CLICK HERE for the video link.
If there's one "constant" in New Thought, it is that we can change our lives by changing our thought. One of Unity's Five basic principles is that our experience of life is created by the activity of our minds, and that our thoughts determine our experience. Note: we're not saying we create all the CIRCUMSTANCES of our lives... we decide how we experience those circumstances. CLICK HERE for the video.
Apparently, Unity co-founder Myrtle Fillmore did not believe in sugar-coating things.She advised one correspondant that if they felt like a square peg in a round hole, they needed to either get themselves to fit properly or get out, but to not just stay there rattling around. CLICK HERE for Rev. Nita's take.
Unity co-founder, Myrtle Fillmore was apparently much more interested in telling people what they needed to hear than what might have wanted to hear. Today, we revisit some of her wisdom. CLICK HERE for the video.