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Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 09/07/17

“I am peace in the midst of all matters.”  What an awesome affirmation as we prepare for Unity’s 2017 World Day of Prayer, and what does that statement really mean? To me it means what happens after I affirm:

“I am a soul of love,a heart of peaceand an expression of joy.”

Mahatma Gandhi stated, “There is no way to peace, peace is the way.”  In a world where sometimes it seems every path to peace has proved futile, maybe we could try the strategy of being the presence of peace itself and create a way where there has been no way. 

The energy or #force4good lies deep within each of us.  We live and move and have our beingness in the substance and energy that created everything we see.  If it sometimes seems hard to remember then, join us on Sunday morning as we remind each other.  I will be joined on the stage with our Prayer Chaplains.  We will be sharing parts of our training around being the very presence of peace when there appears to be chaos and turmoil around us. 

Teal Davis, who was Huckleberry Finn in Big River, and the amazing Jamie London will be joining us for special music.  You don’t want to miss this historic day as we Induct our 2017/2018 Prayer Chaplains and begin a new chapter at Unity of Music City toward choosing peace in each and every situation.                            

Peace.

It does not mean to be in a placeWhere there is no noise, trouble or hard work.It means to be in the midst of those thingsAnd still be calm in your heart.

Author Unknown

 

Endless Love Waves of Peace and Overwhelming Joy

Rev. Denise



Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 08/31/17

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between Intellect, Instinct and Intuition? I have been pondering those words and the way they play out in my life over the last few weeks. My belief today is the difference in the way we begin to show up to situations and how we make decisions in our lives depending on which perspective or option we choose.

The interesting thing is that all three processes are important and vital for our growth and our survival here in these human bodies. The difference is that choosing one over the other may get us different outcomes in the very same situation. So how do I know which one to choose, or how do I know which one is my failsafe?

The word failsafe means a system or plan that comes into operation to prevent something from going wrong; or possibly to course correct when something is going a direction we did not want to go.
If you are in town during this Labor Day Weekend, I hope you will join us as we begin preparing for World Day of Prayer by discussing Intellect, Intuition and Instinct. We will also look at how these three relate to our Body-Mind-Spirit connection and the Health and Wholeness of our lives.

Sharing special music with us this Sunday will be Julie Rust. I affirm each of you will have a safe and marvelous Labor Day Weekend. See you on Sunday.

Namaste’
Rev. Denise