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Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 09/19/19

 

In the 4 Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz points to domestication as the source of the agreements we have made that rob us of joy and create needless drama in our lives.  What if we were willing to let go of the drama?  Oh I forgot, some of us are addicted to the drama that seems to run our lives.  So . . . how do I begin to let go and wave goodbye to a life of drama?  How do I reset my breath and create a life of love and joy and peace? 

The New Testament calls the process Salvation, New Thought calls it Enlightenment and the Twelve Steps call it Recovery.  Whatever you choose to call it, it takes a new agreement to step into a transformed life.  Through the process of transformation, we begin to look at our own “stinkin’ thinkin’.”   It just may be our own thoughts that we are addicted to. 

Join us on Sunday morning as we take a look at the thoughts that keep us stuck and  we begin to “Wave Goodbye to Drama”.  We will also take a look at 4 basic presuppositions leading us towards transformation. 

Rev. Deborah Bishop will be sharing beautiful music for our journey of transformation.  I leave you with her words:

“Sweet Surrender – Gentle and Tender 

     Fill My Soul – Make me whole”.

Namaste’
Rev. Denise
 


Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 9/12/19

What are you aware of?  Last evening during The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz’s words reminded us that until we are ‘Aware’ in this ‘Now’ moment, we cannot change any of the old agreements we have made through the process of domestication.  Awareness is the process of perceiving in the moment, recognizing where I am in this now moment and understanding the steps necessary to change or move forward. 

Interestingly, today is Unity’s World Day of Prayer and the affirmation is,

I celebrate the vast possibilities for my life.

As we discussed Wednesday evening, how many times am I aware during my day that many times those vast possibilities come through the silence.  When will each of us remember, “I could pray instead of worry, pray instead of trying to figure out, pray instead of becoming upset, pray instead of taking this personally, pray instead of assuming?   

I hope you will join us this Sunday for a very inspiring service.  It will be Multigenerational in nature, because our Youth will be sharing skits with us that they created themselves about The 4 Agreements, then the Prayer Chaplains will share some statements about how prayer can shift first ourselves and then the world. 

Special Music will be our very own Voices of Unity with a few special surprises along the way. 

It’s me, It’s me, It’s me, oh Lord

Standing in the need of Prayer,
 

Rev. Denise