Judge not, and you shall NOT be judged. Can it really be that simple? Truth is sometimes seen as foolish, because, yes, it can be quite simple, so simple in fact that it escapes us.
If you want to experience a perfect “now” moment, roll your car over at 20 miles per hour. That’s what I did on the afternoon of June 13, 2015.
The Gospels record Jesus age twelve in the temple. Then about age thirty at the river Jordan. That leaves approximately seventeen years unaccounted for. During those so-called lost years, the child “increased in wisdom and stature,” as Luke wrote. But was it in the carpenter shop at Nazareth? According to ancient Tibetan manuscripts, Jesus secretly withdrew from the home of Mary and Joseph at age thirteen. Young “Issa” joined a merchant caravan. Destination: India and the Himalayas. At Juggernaut, “the
“By confessing your judgments to others, you release them even more powerfully than you can by yourself. You also help establish a climate in the community in which ego is acknowledged as a natural phenomenon for all people. It comes and it goes, sometimes with anger, sometimes with sadness. You help establish an atmosphere in which no one beats himself up because he is having an ego attack. So the ego is held more lightly, and let go more easily.
This week I had a very enlightening conversation with a friend who has been attending Unity for quite some time. He also is a part of the transgender community in Boulder and he was sharing with me that he felt he would like to see more of a presence and an opening for the LGBTQ community here at Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center. I actually feel that we do have a pretty strong LGBTQ attendance here at Unity of Boulder,
“…According to research done by Alfred Tomatis of the French Academy of Science and Medicine, chanting has a therapeutic effect on the individual by activating the body’s natural healing process. He recommends chanting as an aid for overcoming addictions such as smoking, drugs and alcohol. Other research conducted by Dr. Alan Watkins of the Imperial College London, reveals that while chanting the heart rate slows and blood pressure lowers; and while just listening to other voices chanting the adrenalin and
“You Are Who You Keep Seeking” by Syntysche Groverland, Associate Minister at Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center “Every experience you have can be lifted up through the power of your unconditional acceptance and love. When you truly believe that you are worthy to be happy, then you will attract that from this vast and honorable Universe. Your life is always showing you how to resolve the difficulty you are experiencing but if we are living out of balance and disconnected
Defining the Tao One of the most important spiritual works of all time is the “Tao Te Ching”, written by Chinese Master Lao Tzu. All the information about this ancient Master (551-479 B.C.E.) is highly suspect. Even the meaning of his name is uncertain (the most likely interpretation “the Old Master). The only tangible evidence there is that he even existed is the tiny book of wisdom sayings that he left behind when he vanished, figuratively or literally as the
“Without our connection to our Core Self and the awareness that we are worthy of love, we cannot create anything helpful to ourselves or to others.” Paul Ferrini A Special Message from our Minister, Syntysche Groverland Happy New Year Beautiful People! I’m sending light and love out to all of you today! My wish for every one of you this year is that you discover the radiating light that exists within each and everyone of you. Each of you plays
Learning to trust life’s process is quit a feat. However, when we let go of our resistance to change and finally release the things that are falling away and are no longer working in our life, the whole world opens up to us. When we release the need to control the outcome of our life and we learn to trust fate rather than resist it, the Holy Spirit is allowed to move in our lives. Our surrender to Source brings
What is it you would like to accomplish in 2015? What obstacle will you finally overcome in the New Year? What positive, new outcome are you ready to manifest in your life? How will you contribute to the well-being of the planet? How will you serve others? Perhaps you want healing, love, abundance, prosperity, romance… Or, maybe you are not so certain about what you want. At Unity, we learn that being crystal clear about our desires and intentions is
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Unity of Boulder is hosting a Native American Gift Drive this holiday season Every year we collect an incredible amount of toys, blankets, non-perishable food items and more in the front lobby of the church for the Native Americans. This year we will be sending gifts to the Lakota. The Lakota were placed in an area where there are no jobs. The winters are harsh and they have to travel far to find jobs. We support the traditional Lakota people
In 2010, Unity members set a goal to raise the money necessary to incorporate solar energy into their overall energy use. Along with this, Unity pursued changing all of their light bulbs to energy efficient light bulbs and they switched to using recyclable and compostable products in order to cut down on landfills. Also, Unity researched ways to conserve on the use of water, which led to a turning down of the water pressure in certain areas, water-less urinals, and
We have special Holiday Hours at Unity’s Bookstore and Gift Shop! For your convenience, the Gift Shop will be open on Saturdays from 10am – 5pm until December 21st. Give a gift that inspires and helps bring out the beauty and light in everyone you know this holiday season. When you shop at the Boulder Unity Gift Shop, you not only support YOUR Unity, but your purchases also support other non-profit organizations in your community. And, best of all, you