“Saying Yes: Living from Truth” Maggie Meigs PhD, Unity of SA Prayer Chaplain
Join us this Sunday for the fourth in a four-week series on Unity’s primary teachings, the Five Principles, identified by Charles Fillmore. Founded in 1889 by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, the Unity movement origins are rooted in the five principles which comprise its core teachings. These basic principles can be found in every major religion and are reflected in the life of Jesus Christ.This week, Maggie Meigs shares about the fourth and fifth Unity Principles.
Affirmative prayer is creative and is always about centering in Spiritual Truth. It becomes a pathway from our usual, limited thinking and feeling, into the infinite possibilities in Divine Mind. When we develop a strong relationship with Divine Reality and become clear about what we want, our lives can be filled with all the Good in the Universe! We must be willing to say “Yes” to this Good, and live in alignment with this reality. Simple, but not always easy! We will be talking about the 4th and 5th Unity Principles, Principles of Prayer, and Living the Truth.
Maggie Meigs, Ph.D., is a intergral part of the Unity of SA CommUNITY. She fills a number of roles in leadership, including that of Celebration Host and Prayer Chaplain Co-Leader. Maggie also leads the Dr. Joe Dispenza Meditation and Discussion Group that meets every Saturday at 9:00 a.m. in our CommUNITY Center. She’s a Life Coach, retired Clinical Psychologist, and spiritual seeker, and has been a devoted follower of Dr. Dispenza’s work. She resonates with his scientific approach to the seemingly miraculous and mystical work of healing, changing old habits, and reaching into the spiritual realm (quantum field) as a part of our daily life.
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