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Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 10/03/19


Joseph Campbell was an American Professor of Literature who wrote, spoke and taught about the Power of Myth and the Hero’s Journey.  He stated that each of us could find ourselves right in the center of such a story.  He also taught that as we looked out from the center we began to realize the truth of the story from our own lenses or consciousness. 

I am excited to share that Unity of Music City will be taking such a journey.  We will be traveling to the center of a classic story over the next 2 months and that story if The Wizard of Oz.  I know, “that’s an old story and everyone knows it.  You’ve seen and heard it over and over.”  I promise if you join us on this adventure, I have taken the time to weave this story into a metaphysical adventure that parallel’s our own story as a nation and as a world.  This beloved story has the power to reveal in delightful ways what might be your next step and my next step.

If you are interested at all in awakening your divine potential, join us as we take a metaphysical look at an old story from the center of our own consciousness.  What if each of us finds the thoughts, the love and the courage to take our next steps?  Maybe, just maybe – The Wizard is Us. 

“Why am I seeking?  I am the same as He.  His essence speaks through me.  I have been looking for myself.”  Rumi

Rev. Denise


Denise’s Daring Daydreams for 09/26/19


How would my life be different if I always did my best?  Sound a little overwhelming or impossible?  As we move to the last Sunday of September and our last piece in the study of The 4 Agreements, we see that Don Miguel Ruiz stated that our best shifts and changes.  What exactly does that mean? 

First, the only thing we can count on is change.  Everything in our world is changing all the time – look out your window at the trees and become aware of the changing colors.  When I wake up refreshed in the morning my best will be better than when I wake up tired because I haven’t slept well.  My best will be better when I am healthy as opposed to sick, happy as opposed to angry or sad. 

The other thing for me to remember is that when I choose to do “less than my best,” I will subject myself to frustrations, self-judgement and regrets.  So how do I make the decision to always do my best, no matter what other persons may say or think?  I make a commitment to myself.  Sound easy?  Probably not so much.

Join us on Sunday morning as we make the ultimate commitment to ourselves – to do the best we can do in each an every moment and then to let it go.  In that way we can be the lights we were meant to be and shine, shine, shine. Voices of Unity will be in the house to bless us. 

Let me be a light in the darkness,
Rev. Denise