Spiritual traditions call us to hold a higher perspective while walking through our life’s journey.
It is our human nature to seek comfort, but growth, change and real joy may require step out of our comfort zone.
Guest Rev. Jim Fuller shares insights from what has transpired in his own spiritual journey since leaving his ministry at Unity Church in Albany in 2015.
Guest speaker Charley Thweatt talks about how to stay awake in each moment, to be present to the leading edge of our journey.
Guests Shannon Plummer and Bob Sima deliver a “Message in Music”. Shannon’s talk is woven around three of Bob’s songs and includes a guided meditation.
As a prelude to his afternoon workshop on the wisdom of aging and change, “Ramananda” offers an inspiring message on the aging of the body and the human spirit and consciousness that transcends the temporal.
A metaphysical interpretation of the story of Moses and the burning bush shows us the path through our own wilderness.
A stirring talk for Memorial Day about choosing to live life fully from your deepest truth.
It is difficult to remain in balance in a world of duality, of opposites and extremes. Buddhism offers us the wisdom of following the “Middle Way.” (Sunday, November 5, 2017)
Our guest speaker and musician, Megon McDonough, gives a delightful biographical sketch of her life, including her various brushes with fame, and her own journey to finding her heart’s desire and her grounding in spiritual truth. The talk is bookended by some of Megon’s wonderful music.