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Sunday Service with Patricia Pearce

Beyond “White”

Patricia share insights from her recent visit to Southern Civil Rights sites for this Martin Luther King weekend. She writes, “I’ll share some reflections from my Southern pilgrimage, especially our visit to the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The main focus will be on race as an egoic illusion, and how racism impedes us from knowing our true Self by keeping us identified with a pseudo-self that is beholden to separateness and the body.”


Patricia Pearce is the embodiment of everything she espouses–and really lives a life of, and by, the spirit.”
~Dr. Patricia Coughlin, author of  Lives Transformed

Patricia Pearce was born and raised in Denver, Colorado. After graduating from college she served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Andes of Ecuador, an experience that set her on a path of spiritual exploration and into ordained ministry.

For seventeen years she served as a pastor, but in the early 2000’s, following the death of a close friend, she experienced a spiritual awakening which showed her the fundamental interconnectedness of Reality, the illusion of separateness, and the fallacy of the egoic self.

The insights from her awakening led her beyond the bounds of conventional Christian belief, and in 2010 she left the church to embark on a vocation of writing, speaking, and teaching about the global shift into unitive consciousness.

She is the author of two books:

Beyond Jesus: My Spiritual Odyssey
No One in I Land: A Parable of Awakening

and is the host of the WeAwakening podcast.

Learn more and sign up for her newsletter at www.patriciapearce.com.


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