“The desire to know your own soul will end all other desires.”
In this four-part series, we take a journey beyond religious dogma and belief structures into the Divine lifeblood of direct knowing.
In this Beloved-to-Beloved relationship, we will explore in Week One: “Divine Mansions: Many Faces of God”; Week Two: “Cultivating Trust: Hearing the Music of the Spheres”; in Week Three: “I Am: Our Interdimensional Identity”; and in Week Four: “Relational Selfhood: The “I” of the Whole”. Join us as we learn together how to live in and as the very heart of God.
“The revelation is greater than any individual pixel of consciousness can hold, no matter how finely attuned. When we are working on a galactic scale, the heart that apprehends is no longer the individual heart, but the noetic heart of humanity.”
We are living in times in which it is no longer sustainable for us to think of ourselves as a separate species. Bayo Akomolafe invites us into a post-human way of being and relating. It is a way of being and relating that makes the term “other” obsolete and elevates the status of our natural resources to the status of brother and sister. When we speak, we speak as the red rocks of the mountains, as the acacia trees in the desert, as the stranger in the grocery line at the supermarket.
Join us this Sunday as we embrace a relational selfhood deeply rooted in the Universal biome and align all of our actions and decisions with the highest intentions for even the tiniest insect. Together we celebrate the expansive possibilities of love in the “I Am” of collective consciousness – the I of the We.
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.