Join our Tuesday evening Journey Into Wholeness Forum to journey the long, winding road of spiritual growth. Everyone is welcome to our Forum, regardless of religion (and even if you don’t have one), regardless of your spiritual development, regardless of you level of faith. This is a place to study spirituality and share perspectives, no matter where its from. When we all share our perspectives with an open mind, we help each other rise higher.
We’re on hiatus until October, while we host the Healing House Wellness Mini-Retreats. Please check out the books we’ve already studied listed below. In October we’ll begin The Game of Life and How to Play It by Florence Scovel Schinn. If you’re interested, please click here to sign up so we can notify you.
We meet weekly after having read the material. In the Journey Into Wholeness Forum, all conversations are spoken in confidence. Forums are recorded for the benefit of the participants to listen at their convenience. We ask that you do not share the link with outsiders, as this is a breach of our confidentiality.
We ask a $36.00/month donation. While payment is not required, it certainly goes a long way toward helping us maintain our media library.
Every Game has rules. When we know and use the rules properly, We Win the Game! Florence Scovel Shinn expounds on the rules of the Game in simple language that makes the rules easy to follow. Did you know there are spiritual laws, such as the law of prosperity, the law of grace, the law of non-resistance and several more? Shinn discusses these laws and how to apply them to our lives through affirmation, belief and action.
Dr. Jacquetta will facilitate a forum featuring The Finding of the Third Eye. The author, Vera Stanley Alder offers us a guide to attainment through the path outlined by Ancient Wisdom. She summarizes our philosophical relationship to the past by comparing it with the discoveries of modern science, and surveys the techniques of working with breath, color, sounds, numbers, diet and exercise. Finally she discusses the functions of the third eye, astrology, meditation, and their ultimate aims.
Rev. Michael teaches that inner spiritual work, not religiosity or dogma, liberates us. He draws on a wide spectrum of ancient wisdom teachers such as Jesus the Christ and Gautama the Buddha; contemporary spiritual luminaries Thich Nhat Hanh, Sri Aurobindo, and the Dalai Lama; and Western contributors to the New Thought tradition of spirituality such as Emanuel Swedenborg, Walter Russell, and Dr. Howard Thurman to create a profound, new belief synthesis. Regardless of your belief system, you’ll experience some “Aha” moments as we Journey into Wholeness.
The Mystic Masters have spanned many centuries and religions and have been responsible for the passage of age-old secrets. By using these secrets, you quickly discover how to release a floos of riches into your life.
In this book, you’ll find:
In three 1-hour sessions, we will use your Self-Care Assessment to develop a Self-Care Plan to help you put more balance into your life. You may discover you don’t rest well or you don’t eat enough healthy food or you don’t manage your time well. We look at The 5 Pillars of Self-Care: Nutritious Food, Clean Water, Fresh Air, Exhilarating Exercise and Rejuvenating Rest. In addition, we look at other elements, such as Time Management, Support Systems and Personal Environment. Whatever is getting you out of balance, we will address it, develop and plan, and help you get back on track.
Caregiving is not easy. And unfortunately, a large number of caregivers make transition before the person they are caring for. The main reason this happens is that caregivers don’t take time to care for themselves. This, however, is the time a caregiver really needs to ensure they eat nutritious food, drink plenty of water, get fresh air, exercise and get proper rest. These are the 5 Pillars of Self-Care, and that is only the beginning of what a caregiver will learn in this class.
Caregivers will also learn to manage their time in order to more effectively complete most of their necessary tasks, how to create an environment that lends itself to being more peaceful and how to use the magic word: No
Are you overwhelmed? Are you getting enough rest? Do you have time for the people who are important to you?
If your answer was “No” to any of those questions, it may be time to make to readjustments to your time.
In this brief session, we will cover time-budgeting, scheduling and the Magic Word: No. It’s just as important to budget our time as it is to manage our money. The difference is that, while we can get more money, we can’t necessarily get more time. So we learn how to budget our time similarly to the way we budget our money. While we have technology to keep up with our events, we still need some discipline around scheduling. And then we’ll practice, “No.”
The loss of a loved on is never easy. And grief is experienced differently by every person who goes through it. Unfortunately, family members and friends often do not understand the grief process.
In this course, family and friends (and others who live around people who are grieving) will learn the characteristics and nuances of grief. We will discuss how to recognize grief and its various stages (anger, denial, depression, bargaining, acceptance), when grief is extreme, and how to advise a person who is grieving, and much, much more.
Grief Manual is included in the cost of the class.
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