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Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 04/25/19

This weekend’s events are pivotal for our spiritual community — a tipping point for the City of Nashville and Mother Earth as a whole.  It will be a moment that has been visioned, held in meditation, and spoken about with those who were able to hold the vision with us. 

I have overwhelming love and gratitude for the Gypsies, Musicians, Artists, Writers, Wanderers and Dreamers who have shared sacred space with me for the last 20+ years.  I am also thankful to the thinkers and planners and organizers who have made this journey a bit easier for us dreamers.  I cherish those who have held onto the dream even when many thought we might be a bit crazy to believe so firmly and to have the patience to allow the flow to happen.   The Time Is Now – And We Are The Ones. 

As Chief Arvol states “Each of us is put here in this time and this place to personally decide the future of mankind”.  I for one am grateful that I am here with each of you as we plant peace once again on the grounds of Unity of Music City.  I affirm you will be present for Nashville Chooses Peace – Saturday April 27th.  I also encourage each of you to make a point of attending our service on Sunday April 28th 11:00 a.m. when Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Paula Looking Horse and Grandmother Agnes Baker Pilgrim will be sharing from their hearts, to ours, how our thoughts, words, emotions and actions can truly heal the hoop of the earth. 

Wakan Tankan – Great Mystery who guides us on our path.  Lead us to the way of peace.  Let us live together as brothers and sisters.  Teach us to seek the wonders of this life so we may love beyond our fears.  May we walk in balance with each passing glorious Sun.  

Rev. Denise



Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 04/11/19

Unity of Music City is focusing during the Month of April on the Yin & Yang of Transformation.  Last Sunday I shared the story of Maybe So, Maybe Not – Who knows – We shall see. I believe that many of us have begun to wake up to the fact that we label things good and bad before we actually know the unfolding of the situation and how our lives will actually play out. 

What if we looked at events or situations and said, “It Just Is?”  Byron Katie wrote in, A Mind At Home With Itself:

When I woke up to reality in 1986, I realized that all my suffering had come from arguing with what is. I had been deeply depressed for many years, and I had blamed the world for all my problems. Now I saw that my depression had nothing to do with the world around me; it was caused by what I believed about the world. I realized that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered, but that when I didn’t believe them, I didn’t suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Freedom is as simple as that.”

Some of us have thought that we have, or had to suffer because of old programming or teaching.  Isn’t it time to let that old programming go?  How could our personal suffering help or assist anyone including ourselves in creating a life of Love Joy & Peace? If you have been postponing your freedom, join us on Sunday morning as Martha Creek shares her humor and pearls of wisdom about ‘Freeing Ourselves’. 

Katie also says:  “When we reach the ‘other’ shore (freedom), we realize that we have been there all along.  It just took a bit of letting go and releasing to wake up to that fact.” 

Set Yourself Free!
Rev. Denise