Playing the Game: Beholding the Glory of Mind
You may not have the eyes today to see what is actually occurring, but having the intelligence to know what is going on, the eyes will appear.
For many, events on the world stage – including the varied international efforts to deal with global immigration, trade policies in Washington and beyond, the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea, natural disasters, and more – may suggest the omniabsence of a governing intelligence, rather than the omniaction of perfect Mind.
In the 5-session teleconference Playing the Game: Beholding the Glory of Mind, we will explore the practicality of living each event of daily living as Science no matter what the material senses behold. All such seeming is diving Being in action, even when misinterpreted through the conditioned thinking of our beliefs, opinions and concepts. All of these “events” invite us to examine and shed our concepts of good in the recognition that only Good is. The Scientist recognizes there is no look “out there” to contend with.
In each session, we will explore “ripped from the headlines” events through the lens of Science. What concepts are disappearing? How is Truth coming into clearer view?
Our texts for this series of discussions include Chapter 13 of We Are the World We Walk Through and A Letter to My Students, both by Margaret Laird, which challenge the look of sensory experiences with facts that empower individual living.
Join facilitator Sumaiya Wood for this exploration of Science in action.
There will be a total of five Saturday sessions: September 8 and 22, October 13 and 27, November 10, 2018, 10:00-11:00 a.m. (Pacific Time)