Unity in Ashland w/ Norma Nakai Burton M.Div.

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Unity in Ashland w/ Norma Nakai Burton M.Div.

Time: December 9, 2012 from 10:30am to 12pm
Location: Havurah
Street: 185 N. Mountain
City/Town: Ashland
Phone: 541.488/9220
Event Type: spiritual, gathering
Organized By: Jane Sterling
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2012

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The Feast Day of Guadalupe - 

Being Humble - Being Whole - Being a Blessing 

This is the SUNDAY of the year when millions of people from all over the world, and especially in the land of our neighbors to the south, Mexico,celebrate the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe. It's also the time of remembering the VIrgin Mary as an Archetype of a fully surrendered human being who is therefore able to be the "God-Bearer." Whether or not you follow these particular lineages - it is a good time to explore the question of humility in our lives - and how it relates to being a channel for the Good to flow into all our relations and to lead to a great inheritance we would pass on to the next generations - that of our good EARTH being healed.

"Blessed are the meek (humble), for they shall inherit the earth."

How does one receive a great inflow of Divine healing presence ? By being Humble -A humble person is One who has softened that which is unnaturally hard within, one who has liquidated rigidities, which leaves us more open to the real source of power to fill us.  

Come Celebrate the Feast of Guadalupe in our own lives.

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