Using Life Changes for Spiritual Awakening
SYNOPSIS: All change can lead to spiritual awakening if we are paying attention. It can to move us into a greater understanding of what it means to be human and move us into compassion for ourselves and others.
FEATURED MUSICIAN: Michael Robinson
We begin the month of Easter and Spring with our focus on Change. We started the conversation last Sunday, based on change consultant, William Bridges’ model.
Ultimately, all change can lead to spiritual awakening if we are paying attention. I believe that’s its purpose — to awaken us. Awaken us to what? To help us become more aware of our Spiritual Nature and our connection to all of life. To move us into a greater understanding of what it means to be human and to hopefully move us into compassion for ourselves and others.
USCNI is in the midst of change with the notice of my retirement on April 30. I find it helpful to learn more about the specifics of change and to discover there is a process that one goes through no matter what kind of change it is — expected or unexpected, wanted or unwanted, known or unknown. There are basic components all change has in common. There is the ending, the void, and the new beginning.
If you’re a Michael Robinson fan, he will be with this Sunday, accompanied by Nick Halpin on drums; Gary Buettner on guitar; Gary Edwards playing bass; and Gwen on piano.
And if you are going through a specific change in your life, you’ll want to be here to be supported and encouraged as only our New Thought teachings can do.
Until then, keep the faith…