Laser-Precision Prayer – June 8. 2014
“Unlike ordinary light, which has lots of different types and sizes of wavelengths, lasers have wavelengths of only one size, which lends them pinpoint precision. This is how you want to make your intentions and prayers. Or it is if you want to see something appreciable happen.” – Pam Grout, E-Squared, 9 Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiment That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality. – Jesus didn’t doubt for one second there was plenty of food to go around. He was clear in his knowing that there was an All Providing Father. Not even for a second did he consider the possibility of failing to demonstrate abundance. Join us this Sunday at 10 as we explore ways of focusing our prayers.
For ions, people have used visualization as a blueprint of the reality they wanted to see manifested. Ancient teachings of universal principles have expounded that our world is governed by mental laws and that everything is created first in mind.
But, how does it work? How can we improve our hit and miss approach to creative visualization? The secret lies in the consistent effective use of one specific faculty of the mind. Join us this Sunday, June 1 at 10 AM for a fascinating exploration of this faculty. We have prepared a great service for you.
Brendon Burchard, the author of The Charge, writes: “Before we can receive care from others or give it freely to them, we must be congruent with our own internal drive by first caring for ourselves. Your brain and body desperately want to know that you are caring for them, looking out for the best interest of your health and overall life. When you know you aren’t taking care of yourself, it’s almost impossible to feel a sustained charge in life.” Join us this Sunday, May 25 as we continue our Sunday series based on this life transforming book.
This Sunday we will continue the series based on the book, The Charge.
How we think of ourselves (our self-image) and how we behave in accordance with that image in the real world is the stuff of congruence. It’s one of the most profoundly powerful drives we have as humans— to live in consistent alignment with who we think we are, how we want others to perceive us, and who we want to become. When we don’t behave as the person we believe ourselves to be, we feel “off,” “out of sorts,” and, often, frustrated or angry. If we think we’re lions, for example, but we act as mice, we secretly loathe ourselves.
Burchard, Brendon (2012-05-15). The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives That Make You Feel (p. 78). Free Press. Kindle Edition.
We are grateful for a group of loyal and dedicated volunteers and supporters which have remained faithful to the time-tested principles of practical Christianity. Because of their generosity, our church is getting ready to usher its tenth year of blessing the community with its teachings.
We are grateful for our new church home in Longwood from where our teaching will continue to bless our expanding and rapidly growing congregation.
Finally, we are grateful to the Omnipresent Spirit of the Living God. Through its constant blessing and everlasting supply, we are moving forward, inspired and motivated to bless, to educate and to inspire every Truth seeker out there.
Revs. Alinda and Coco Ramos and the Spiritual Leadership Council
Unity Center for Positive Living
1239 South US HWY 17-92
Longwood, FL 32750