This month we transcend our individual wants and needs. We are invited to release our attachments to self and hold our desires lightly. In the spiritual practice of Sacred Service we surrender to a purpose greater than ourselves. Sacred Service is the practice of contributing and serving humanity, our brothers and our sisters without any expectation of renumeration or praise. Read More
As Bodhi’s Coordinator of Care, I am committed to expanding the experience of intimacy and belonging within the community. Sacred Circles are #FertileGround for this. Sacred Circles are small groups that gather monthly to socialize, enjoy food, and dive into our monthly series through prayer, meditation, reflection, and sharing. I find Circles to be an opportunity for participants to witness and be witnessed—to support, uplift, and inspire one another as we show up authentically and anchor ourselves in Truth. Read More
“You are capable of making a difference, of being bold, and of changing more than you are willing to admit. You are capable of making art.”
— Seth Godin
And you can begin that creation right where you are! Sure, there may be a new career or love interest in your future. Sure, there might be more money accumulated and more things gathered but none of that is required for you to launch the brilliant work of art that is you!
Watch: Rev. Lola Introduces “Shining Brightly”
Temple means house of God. Your body is the house of God. Your body is your temple. Your body is the house of the living spirit. It is your most sacred space. It is the manifest realm of God. It is the tabernacle of the Almighty. And it is with you everywhere you are. Your physical experience is the way that Life knows of Itself. Without you the self-knowingness of Spirit cannot exist.
Watch: Rev. Lola Introduces “Your Body. Your Temple.”
This month we break free of our survival structures. We enter the high altar of consciousness. We dance with the infinite realm. This month we affirm that we are first and foremost spiritual beings.
By virtue of today’s culture and society we can be fairly confident that there are deep neural pathways that support our finite self. We can be fairly confident that deep grooves exist to confirm that something “out there” is going to get us. The false belief of survival can be subtle and it can be dramatic. Read More