Rob’s message is about the power of asking God (Rob uses the name “LIA” – Love in Action) for all things and expressing gratitude, in advance, knowing that God wants what we want of something even better.
We can find peace and well being when we accept that we do not know what we cannot know, and anchor our consciousness into what we do know.
The practice of tithing is a way to short circuit our fears and open to the flow of Good in our lives.
We tend to be afraid of change, but engaging in that fear will hold us back from experiencing the joy and abundance God desires for us.
The path of releasing and surrendering to God is simple yet difficult, as we tend to cling to the trauma of the world, though it is ultimately illusory in nature.
In times of darkness and turmoil we must hold fast to the truth of who we are and to the goodness of the universe. Holding that higher vision, we will manifest it and overcome adversity.
On this day each year we set our intentions for the new year. Rather than focusing on what we will do, we focus on who we are called to be in order to birth the emerging vision of our highest essence.
Mary’s world was turned upside down with the appearance of an angel and his message to her, but with extraordinary faith she allowed herself to become a vessel for the Divine.
As we begin the Advent season of preparation for Christmas, let us embrace the steadfast faith of Mary.
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)