Dr. Michael teaches that within the depths of who we are lie our own dynamic scrolls. As we consciously tap them, we become more in touch with our unique path of deep healing. Dr. Michael will share his unique process that leads us into greater clarity and peace.
Speakers: Dr. Michael Scimeca
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Community Circle Zoom Meeting/Discussion: Community Circle Discussion Wednesday, May 4, 2022. 7:00pm – 8:30pm.
This week for Bookworm Wednesday we will be looking at the spiritual context of the first chapter of Winnie-the-Pooh by A. A. Milne. To read ahead of click here.
Discussion will be facilitated by Michael Roussell
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Mother and Father God,
Whenever evil befalls us, we ought to ask ourselves, how can we turn it into good?
Let us think then, of our Mother Earth, and her rich bounty that comes to us in Spring, all grown strong from the gentle spring rains and the powerful sun energy. It is a time of rebirth and renewal; a time of healing – of ourselves, our loved ones, our adversaries, and our world.
During this time of renewal, may our bodies heal happy and whole.
May the earth’s energy fill and delight us.
May we join in the dance of life.
May every creature abound in well-being and peace.
Let no one harm or deceive another.
Let us foster a compassionate and loving concern for the world and all her creatures.
Let us display hearts of boundless love for all –
large and small, weak and strong, good and evil.
Help us choose to live by all that is beautiful.
And in the end, with gratitude and thankfulness for this rich bounty, we ask for gentleness with ourselves and acceptance of our less than perfect ways.
And so it is, and so together we say amen.
~ inspired by and combined from several prayers from the book Prayers for Healing
Do you need Me? I am there.
You cannot see Me, yet I am the light you see by.
You cannot hear Me, yet I speak through your voice.
You cannot feel me, yet I am the power at work in your hands.
I am at work, though you do not understand My ways.
I am at work, though you do not recognize My works.
I am not strange visions. I am not mysteries.
Only in absolute stillness, beyond self,
Can you know me as I am,
and then but as a feeling and a faith.
Yet I am there. Yet I am here. Yet I answer.
When you need Me, I am there.
Even if you deny Me, I am there.
Even when you feel most alone, I am there.
Even in your fears, I am there.
Even in your pain, I am there.
I am there when you pray and when you do not pray.
Though your faith is Me is unsure,
My faith in you never waivers,
because I know you, because I love you.
Beloved, I am there.
~ James Dillet Freeman
No transcript available. Please click here to listen to Dr. Michael’s talk which starts at 7:50.
From Heal Your Body by Louise Hay
We must learn to substitute faith for fear if we are to heal. Faith in what? Faith in life. I believe that we live in a “Yes” Universe. No matter what we choose to believe or think, the Universe always says yes to us. If we think poverty, the Universe says yes to that. If we think prosperity, the Universe says yes to that. So we want to think and believe that we have the right to be healthy, that health is natural to us. The Universe will support and say yes to this belief. Be a “Yes” person and know that you live in a “Yes” world, being responded to by a “Yes” Universe.
May you desire to be healed.
May what is wounded in your life be restored to good health.
May you be receptive to the ways in which healing needs to happen.
May you take good care of yourself.
May you extend compassion to all that hurts within your body, mind, and spirit.
May you be patient with the time it takes to heal.
May you be aware of the wonders of your body, mind, and spirit and their ability in returning you to good health.
May you be open to receive from those who extend kindness, care, and compassion to you.
May you rest peacefully under the sheltering wings of divine love, trusting in this gracious presence.
May you find little moments of beauty and joy to sustain you.
May you keep hope in your heart.
~ Sister Joyce Rupp
This service aired on May 1, 2022