A Prayer for the World. Blessed Are the Peacemakers.
SYNOPSIS: Fear is a very lucrative commodity and it is being marketed profusely by media outlets who sell it on a 24 hour basis. If we really believe that thoughts held in mind produce after their kind, what can we do to counteract this destructive trend? Reverend Michael will share some Fear Busters that you can use to act as an antidote to toxic fear.
FEATURED MUSICIAN: Julie Croteau
TAKEAWAYS: Fear is an emotional response to a perceived threat. Yet most fears are irrational with no basis in reality. Yet they can be paralyzing. They can prevent us from fulfilling our life’s desires. Jesus instructs us to master our fears. Your greatest gift is behind the door marked “your greatest fear”. A technique for managing fear is the Sedona Method.
Rabbi Jesus told us many times to “fear not.” That’s easy for him to say, right? How do we live a fearless life when FEAR is being generated at an unprecedented level? It has become a commodity that is offered up for mass consumption by media outlets 24 hours a day. What do we do then, to counteract this destructive trend?
Buddha taught; “What we think, we become.” Unity refers to this idea as “Thoughts held in mind produce after their kind.” This Sunday, we will explore this principle and identify some tried and true Fear Busters; the perfect antidote to this toxic fear-based messaging.
I am also delighted to tell you that this Sunday’s featured ensemble includes former USCNI Music Director, Julie Croteau. She will be accompanied by her husband Steve along with George Conrad and Dan Schmedtje. I don’t need to tell you how great the music is going to be.
I hope to see you this Sunday. It just won’t be the same without you.
In deepest gratitude.