Videos on Spiritual Growth
When we look at the relative state of goodness that we experience each day, it pales in comparison to the Divine Goodness that is all around us. Rev. Shad discusses why the relative goodness around us is waning and how it compares to the state of Divine Goodness.
So many of us spend much of our life distracted and busied by the wants and needs of others. We say to ourselves that one day we will do this or that in our lives. We look forward to that distant point in the future when the whole world will open up and let go of its grip on us and the time will be at hand for adventure, self-love and personal dreams fulfilled. But it has never been about…
It doesn’t take years or even months to become a spiritual healer and light bearer in our world. But it takes personal devotion to a simple but profound mental practice that enlightens the mind at once. If you’re ready for a new way of life, join Rev. Jack in this practice.
If we think we’re awake when we’re dreaming, how do we know we are not dreaming when we think we are awake? Having a better understanding of what we think of as reality will bring us closer to a healthier relationship to life.
“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.