The methodologies we use, at the human level, to navigate our lives can often be boiled down to how we negotiate power. When we equate individuation with separation, in order for one to win, another must lose. The spiritual journey turns this way of thinking on its head and we find that what is gentle can be strong and what is done in service to the many, feeds the one. In this six-week series, we will reexamine the meaning of truth and power, ultimately discovering love’s true weight in the world.
“Let us embark on this journey together! Let us honor the tiger and the lamb within each other, the lion and the deer. For are we not all things? Are we not human and angel, animal and spirit? Are we not heaven and earth? Are we not divine? And in being divine, being all things, all things are divine.”
~ Alana Fairchild
On our spiritual journeys, it is natural to seek out those who are likeminded, those who look like us, and speak and think like us, to be our companions. Even as we attempt to embrace racial, political, or religious diversity, the intentional trajectory is usually to seek sameness as a way of creating community.
Synergy is a powerful evolutionary force in the Universe. It is the coming together of diverse elements to create something entirely new. In healing the relationship with our own inner “other”, we create a foundation of love that aligns with this creative process truly. Join us this Sunday as we hold this intention together. We are human and angel, animal and spirit, heaven, and earth, powerfully bringing forth expressions of love never seen before in the universe.
In a climate of great uncertainty, polarity of thinking and a crying out for healing on a global scale, our Sunday Experience offers the inspiring message that the fundamental nature of the Universe and all beings is Goodness and Love.
“Love is the energizing elixir of the Universe – the cause and effect of all Harmony”
Our universal message honors the spiritual traditions while incorporating the teachings of leading age thinkers and philosophers.