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Denise’s Daring Daydreams 05/09/19

Sunday, May 12th is Mother’s Day.  Quite interesting and synchronistic, Lunch Bunch had a discussion from The Noticer about perspective as it relates to family, partnerships or friendships.  Then Wednesday evening Mooji stated about Truth and Family:  Often what is needed within families is a shift of perspective…..Perspective being defined as a point of view. 

What is your point of view of “Mother.”  Maybe it is time to open our hearts, minds and guts to a new perspective.  Who is/was my mother and did I really know who she was without all the labels our society and the family gave her?   And as Grandmother Aggie stated to each of us, “Our mother gave us life and whether we like her or not we should thank her for that life.”  Which leads me to another Mother topic….Mother Earth. 

As we are guided back to the primordial consciousness of oneness we begin to feel it deep within our bones; primordial meaning “from the beginning.”  I am guided back to oneness or connection with the earth and everything in it – including my mother.  What does that connection look like or sound like?  

Join us on Sunday Morning at 11:00 as we celebrate not only our human mothers but also our earth mother.  Mother Earth is the place where we begin to learn about living and moving and having our very being in the field of consciousness that some call God.  The awesome Deb Bishop will be sharing special music – one that she wrote especially for this Sunday.

Mothers hold their children’s hands for awhile – and – they hold their hearts forever.    
We celebrate mothers in many forms,
Rev. Denise

Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 05/01/19

Sometimes the only word that works is WOW! When I begin to think of all the experiences our Spiritual Community has walked through together, I can’t imagine anything more powerful than the time we spent last weekend with Chief Arvol Looking Horse, Paula Looking Horse, Grandmother Aggie and Nadeen.  They set the stage for this months theme:






I know when I first glance at those 6 words, the first thing that comes to mind is, why didn’t I use the word Power instead of God?  I think my answer will become clearer as we walk through the next month together. 

Unity believes in God as a presence and a power that created the entire universe.  And as you may be aware of, many persons in our world believe God is a man, or some other being that has power over us.  Some people believe that your God might be different than my God, or should be called by a different name.  Maybe that is why our world has remained in separation for all these years.

Whether each of us realizes it or not, God is called by many different names in the Bible. That is because of the energy or focus of the moment and how God was being perceived at that time.  Some of the names are masculine in nature – some are feminine in nature.  Some of the names are more about an essence and some are more about a process or flow of energy. 

I hope that you will join us for this series of lessons on what it means to be One.  The thing that seems to divide us presently in this country and other areas on our globe is that we believe that our definition of God is right or our ways are the only way. Sometimes even Unitics believe that the spiritual path we are walking is the one everyone should walk.  What if  there truly are many paths up the mountain, and what if we are all going to reach the same peak?

The youth department will be assisting us in looking at what has happened in our world and how it may take the animal kingdom to pull us back together.  They will be sharing with us the story of Old Turtle.  Special Music will be the awesome team of Suzie and David Wright. 

Let’s each of us wake up to the realization that “We Are All One.”

Rev. Denise