Our next series is a seven-week exploration of the creative process using a metaphysical interpretation of the seven days of creation. You’re invited to choose a project through which you can fine tune and exercise the creative spiritual powers within you.
Our text will be The Creative Life by Eric Butterworth (copies available in the Higher Shelf Bookstore.)
Sign-up sheets are available in the sanctuary foyer for you to be part of a supportive, facilitated weekly discussion group.
Study sheets will be available for each week.
- 9/2/18 – Let There be the Light of a Creative Idea
Divine Ideas of Love, Wholeness, Abundance, Peace are seeking expression in time and space. We open the needs and dreams of our lives to the fullness of Spirit’s presence in our world.
- 9/9/18 – Let There be the Expansive Foundation of Faith
Our knowing with inner certainty creates an arena in which manifestation can take place.
- 9/16/18 – Let There be the Formative Power of Imagination
We hold an image, feeling, inner sense of what we want. We give thanks in advance.
- 9/23/18 – Let There be the Illumination of Will and Understanding
We may have the desire for something, but without the will to do something toward that end, it’s just a wish, a desire with no energy. This week our understanding empowers our will and we move into action. Good words for this week are, “I know what to do and I do it.”
- 9/30/18 – Let There be Discrimination in Multiplicity
There can be confusion with a multitude of options and the emergence of resistance. In order to arrive at some clarity, we focus on what we sense and intuit rather than what we think and feel.
- 10/7/18 – Let There Be the Marriage of Love and Wisdom
This 6th week of creating conscious, positive change is about responsibility, authority, commitment and persistence going forward toward our goals. The embodiment of male and female is a dynamic energy of oneness.
- 10/14/18 – Let There be the Holiness of Completion
This final week of our creative process is once again about “letting”. We allow for conditions to adjust to our creative activities. We make room for divine inspiration by participating in “Sabbath” moments–responsibility, authority and commitment to going forward toward our goals.