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Soul

Soul

God is the only presence and power in the universe. Each
of us is an individualized expression of the One.
Our souls, like our fingerprints are unique.We each
follow our unique paths,and our souls recognize the way
of these paths.
Sayings like “that touched my soul,” are mirrors of who
we are as spiritual beings. From birth, our souls bring to
our lives an intention of expression.Through the course of
our lives, we find or attract experiences and events with
nature and people which develop our paths toward
fulfilling these intentions.When we do not listen to this
inner guidance, we do not honor our lives.When we avoid
the paths we are meant to follow, we experience soul fragmentation
and require support in order to return to our
feelings of wellbeing and wholeness. People often come to
Unity and remark they feel at home. In other words, their
souls have received a gift of love and unconditional recognition.

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Lesson of the Sequoia Tree

Lesson of the Sequoia Tree

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Don’t Give Up

Don’t Give Up

Have you ever heard the statement,” My life is falling apart so it can come together in a new way”? There are times right before we give up that things fall into place. Steven Covey emphasizes that in order to achieve success, you must keep the end in mind. Ask yourself where you would like…

Release

Release

A few years ago I led a sacred pilgrimage to Peru with thirty-three people. It was an amazing and insightful journey for each of us. When we were on the bus and returning to the airport, I noticed the sadness in one of the women’s eyes, and I asked her, “What is so heavy on…

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