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What is a Mystic? People say that a mystic is someone who dreams and who lives in the clouds; my answer to this is that the real mystic stands on earth, but his head is in heaven. It is not true that the wise man is not intellectual, or that the wise man is not clever. A clever man is not necessarily wise, but the one who has the higher knowledge has no difficulty in gaining knowledge of worldly things. It is the man who has knowledge of worldly things only who has great difficulty in absorbing the higher knowledge.
“Unity as a Spiritual Movement,” with Ministers Jack, Syntysche & Shad Groverland. For thousands of years religion has tried to sell itself as the solution to our individual and global problems, with dogmatic ideas about how to live and worship.
When I returned from my travels this Summer, having had a much needed rest where I turned my phone off and unplugged from my busy career, from those I counsel as well as my friends – I turned towards my family, my children, my husband, my brothers, my parents seeking solace and peace from the ones I feel most seen and loved.
“Meditation and Pesky Flies” by Shad Groverland
Are You Ready to Live Your Hero’s Journey? There is nothing that helps us grow like getting into an unfamiliar place, and being in a state of allowance for inspiration and vision of a brighter and better life. Where spiritual experiences find you, aha moments of the heart happen just when you are not expecting it. You might find you are more sensitive to everything around you, the smells, the sights and the sounds.
“My Ego is My Frenemy – Part 2,” by Shad Groverland. This week, we expand on that and look at how both of these sides of the ego affect your life and what you can do to manage the shifting polarities that result. This is an applicable talk that leaves you with a tool for living a more balanced and harmonious life.
My Ego is My Frenemy – Part 1. Part 1 of a 2 part sermon series by Shad Groverland titled: “My Ego Is My Frenemy.” Have you ever been among “spiritual” seekers who seem more ego-driven than spirit led? Is it possible some spiritual practices actually inflate the ego instead of diminish it? This Sunday we will start a two part series investigating this issue and whether it is a natural part of spiritual growth or something else. We will also examine how having a clearer understanding of the ego can assist us on our own spiritual journey.
“A Prayer for All Problems That Never Fails,” by Jack Groverland. In this Sermon, I present this prayer word for word and explain the mystical stipulation that makes it work. It is an interactive service between the myself, minister Jack Groverland, and those in attendance – for you will prove this prayer right then and there for yourself. Bring anyone you know that needs help in his or her life at this time.
“I Am Here as a Joyful Creator,” by Syntysche Groverland. Joy has an attracting quality. Find something you have joy about in your life and ponder and bask in that vibration today and watch how Spirit’s answers to your questions start to appear, through visions, whispers, intuitive hits in your heart. And continue and deepen this connection by listening to this sermon, for a heart lifting talk by Syntysche Groverland, our powerful in-house Prosperity Minister for the last 14 years.
“The Awkward Question.” Sermon by Shad Groverland. Have you ever been cornered by a friend, family member, or even a stranger who aks you the question, “Do you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior?” Well if you have, you know it can create an awkward situation, as often we don’t know how to respond.
Affirming God’s Presence in Every Aspect of Life.
Listen to or watch the sermon “Your Life is a Work of Art,” by Jack Groverland. A painter, a musician, a playwright or a novelist may all know the rudiments of their craft, creating a painting on canvas, or making musical notes through an instrument, or putting different characters together within a plot or story – but the results will never be True Art unless the artist-musician-writer so totally surrenders to the moment-to-moment creation of the work that he/she merges with the work, becomes one with the work – is himself/herself but an instrument through which the Divine Self expresses the painting, music, or novel or play.