“Our life is what our thoughts make it.”- Marcus Aurelius (121 – 180 A.D.)
Join us this Sunday and welcome the Spirit of Christmas.
The transformational story of Ebenezer Scrooge’s woeful clerk, Bob Cratchit, will offer us a mirror for you to reflect on our life. In Bob’s Christmas Carol, angelic Spirits help Bob face the choices he squandered that brought him to work for such a wretched miser. He has a chance to break the chains that bind him to the past, embrace the presence of love, and consciously make choices for a future filled with joy—the miracle and wonder of Christmas. During the service, we can experience our own Christmas Carol.
Biography: Leonard Szymczak, Psychotherapist / Author / Speaker
Leonard is an award-winning author, TEDx speaker, psychotherapist, and life coach. For several years he gave monthly talks during the service at the San Juan Capistrano Unity Church. He believes firmly in our inner GPS (Guiding Power of Spirit) and wrote a heart-opening spiritual book which became an Amazon bestseller.
For the past 40 years, Leonard has worked in both Australia and America as an educator, therapist, and writer. His books include Bob Cratchit’s Christmas Carol, The Roadmap Home: Your GPS to Inner Peace, an Amazon bestseller, as well as the novels, Cuckoo Forevermore and Kookaburra’s Last Laugh, lighthearted satires on psychotherapy. He is the co-author, along with Mari Frank, of Fighting for Love: Turn Conflict into Intimacy.
View Leonard’s TEDx Talk, “In the Age of Superheroes, Where Are the Fathers?
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
We Invite you to join us for our Sunday Experience live on Zoom each Sunday at 9:50 am PT.