Doing the Work
SYNOPSIS: “God can only work for us by working through us.” No truer words have ever been said! With the help of international bestselling author Pam Grout in her book “E Cubed,” this week and next, we will do some work to turn us in the direction of being who we came here to be and doing what we came here to do. This is our Letters from God ritual.
FEATURED MUSICIAN: Pamela Van Kirk
TAKEAWAYS: We can create new Turning Points in our consciousness by changing what believe.
Turning Point View 1: God is ALL, In ALL THROUGH ALL. WE LIVE AND HAVE OUR BEING IN GOD
Turning Point View 2: THE UNIVERSE IS FRIENDLY
Turning Point View 3: LIFE EMANATES FROM ME. I CREATE MY WORLD WITH MY THOUGHTS, WORDS AND ACTIONS.
Turning Point View 4: I LET GO OF STRUGGLE AND ENGAGE WITH EASE AND GRACE.
Turning Point View 5: I AM WORTHY BECAUSE I HAVE A RIGHT TO BE HERE. I AM INNATELY GOOD AND WORTHY
During the month of January, Unity has several New Year traditions. On December 27 we had our Burning Bowl ceremony where we burned old ideas, thoughts and words representing limitation and negativity that we wanted to release making way for a new way of being. Last Sunday we had our White Stone Ceremony and Spiritual Baptism, acknowledging new name or quality for ourselves to set our intention for who we will be in 2016.
This Sunday we will have our “Letters from God” ceremony where we write from the God of our Being a letter to ourselves to set forth a vision of what we want to experience and accomplish during this next year.
To set the tone for this special ritual, we will explore “tipping points” and “turning points.”
For clarity, a “tipping point” is the moment at which there is enough critical mass for a major change to occur, and a “turning point” is the moment of decision, the moment we individually or collectively decide to make a shift, to head in a different direction, to view things another way, and that decision results in a radically different outcome.
And “turning points” result in different “tipping points.” Could this year be for each of us a turning point as well as a tipping point?
Our musicians are Pamela VanKirk as lead vocalist and guitarist; Dagan Williamson, drummer; Gwen Gathercoal, pianist, and Gary Edwards, bass player.
Be with us won’t you? After all, it is a more loving experience when you are with us.
Here is to walking in the light of love together,