In 1930, Charles Fillmore wrote an amazing book entitled, “The 12 Power of Man”, through which we are invited to explore 12 cosmic portals through which we receive and express unlimited potential it in the world. In alignment with our purpose statement: “Birthing the New Human as the Face of Evolving Love on the Planet”, in this series, we will explore each power through an evolutionary lens, bringing presence to our own living edges as well as emerging possibilities for love on the planet.
“She spins, this great earth goddess, upon invisible strings amongst a wildly pulsating ballet of life. All of creation is born from nothing. Out of endless silence and darkness, light emerges. What strange magic is this? We dance in the realm of the impossible made possible, constantly you and I.” ~ Alana Fairchild
The Universe is brimming with emergent possibilities, yet in our limited thinking, we label what we have never seen before as impossible. So, what we are really doing here as cosmic beings is authoring the impossible. With this term, Jeffrey Kripal, a religious historian, makes a case for the validity of phenomena experienced beyond the 5 senses. At the highest level, authors engage others in the sacred act of making something from the spiritual realm visible that was previously invisible and invite others directly into this living creative process.
Join us this Sunday as we immerse ourselves in Don Fouts’ powerful message of making the invisible, visible, the unknown, knowable, and becoming Love’s emergence in the Universe. Truly, “What is impossible with man is possible with God.” ~ Luke 18:27
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.