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“A Spiritual Beacon of Inspiration, Abundance, and Enlightenment”
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August: the Kingdoms of Consciousness
This month our focus is on the four “kingdoms of consciousness.” Rev. Dr. Grace Telesco guides us on this fascinating journey through the progression of spiritual growth from victimhood to enlightenment. Join us each Sunday in August for this fascinating and powerful series!
Scroll down for more information on Rev. G and this month’s series.
August featured speaker and series: Rev. Dr. Grace Telesco
We are thrilled to welcome Rev. Dr. Grace Telesco as our guest speaker for the four Sundays in August! Building on wisdom from Alice Reid and Michael Beckwith, she will guide us through what is referred to as the Kingdoms of Consciousness: “To Me” (Aug. 7), “By Me” (Aug. 14), Through Me” (Aug. 21) and “As Me” (Aug. 28).
“The intention,” Dr. Telesco says, “is to remain in conscious awareness of which Kingdom we are in at any given time during the day and recognize when we are staying too long in any of the lower vibration kingdoms. It only takes a moment of awareness to lead you on the path to enlightenment.”
Everyone is welcome to join us in person or on livestream for this fascinating and powerful series, Sundays in August at 11:00 a.m. Eastern Time!
Rev. Dr. Grace Telesco (“Rev. G”) is the Executive Director and Senior Clergy at the Darshan Center for Spiritual Evolution and Co-Founder and Executive Dean of Sacred Journey Interfaith Seminary in Oakland Park, FL. A graduate of the New Seminary for Interfaith Studies in New York City, she is an ordained Interfaith Minister, and has been initiated into the Sanyassi Order in the Hindu Tradition in the lineage of her Guru. Rev. G holds a Ph.D. in Social Work from Fordham University, a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice and a Master of Holistic Theology. She is a Professor of Sociology, Theology, Social Work and Criminal Justice at Nova Southeastern University. In addition, Rev. G. has served as Senior Dean at the International Seminary for Interfaith Studies and is a member of A World Alliance of Interfaith Clergy.
In the midst of uncertain circumstances or tumultuous times, it’s easy to have our faith shaken by worries and anxieties—from the stress of current events to prayers that seemingly go unanswered.
To maintain hope and faith, however, is not to simply believe that God will make things better or that everything will resolve itself. Rather, having faith means knowing that every situation in life has meaning that can bring gifts and miracles. Faith provides the power to shift possibilities into realities.
In The Quest for Wholeness, Robert Brumet discusses faith as being fundamental to human nature and intrinsic within our minds. He further asserts that the inverse of faith is fear; in other words, “Fear is faith turned inside out.” Despite feeling fearful or doubtful at times, we can always find faith operating in the background of our consciousness.
There’s a full range of reasons we might experience fear, despair, and skepticism in today’s world. But by holding on to the hope we do have, then affirming it to ourselves, we can each do our part to build a stronger foundation of collective faith. READ FULL ARTICLE
Find us live every Sunday at 11 a.m. Eastern Time, livestreamed here on our website or on our Facebook page–even if you’re not a Facebook user. You can also view previous Sunday services on our YouTube channel. Whichever way works best for you, we hope you’ll join us for music and messages that will
lift your spirit, every Sunday.
Please join us in person on Sundays! In keeping with current CDC guidelines, in our gatherings wearing masks is recommended, but optional. Please be respectful toward those who choose to wear masks and maintain social distancing.