Healing and Meditation
Today it is becoming widely accepted and understood that the power of thought, emotion, and one’s consciousness is instrumental in healing. Unity was at the forefront of this movement, and Unity’s fourth principle states, “There is Divine Power in meditation and affirmative prayer which increases our awareness of our oneness with God.”
These truths of healing are found in many different spiritual paths. In the 19th century, Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, was healed by regularly affirming “I am a child of God, and therefore I do not inherit sickness.” In the 20th century, Joel Goldsmith wrote in The Art of Spiritual Healing, that the consciousness that heals is one of convicted “oneness” or what Ernest Holmes (founder of current day Centers for Spiritual Living) might have called “Unification”.
UCOH continues these healing traditions and welcomes new discoveries linking science and spirituality. New methods and practices by current day masters such as Dr. David Hawkins, Joe Dispenza, and Dr. Sue Morter have found their home here as well.
Through our Healing & Meditation Ministry we offer many modalities to help you tap into your innate potential for divine healing.
Light-Touch Healing Sessions – REGISTER: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b054da8ae2ca1fc1-light#/
Trained Reiki practitioners provide energetic healing sessions, which helps balance and renew clients through light placement of hands on the body. Sessions are held the 2nd Sunday of the month in the UCOH Chapel. Sessions are 25 minutes long and offered at 10:15 and 11:45 a.m. There are four openings per time slot. Please sign up below. Sessions are offered on a love offering basis. Suggested love offering is $20. All proceeds go the UCOH.
Give Love Offering Now – enter “Light Touch” in offering notes.
Sunday Morning Meditation
A weekly meditation class and practice. This class explores the practice of shamatha-vipassana, mindful-awareness, the profundity of the view of mindful-awareness in Buddhist thought, and what it means to live a mindful life . The class will begin with instruction, followed by mindful-awareness practice, and discussion. Sunday Meditation will be held in Unity Oaks, Room 203. The facilitator, Devon Hornby, has studied with a number of great teachers and masters of qigong, meditation, healing, and martial arts over the past thirty years, and takes great pleasure in sharing what he has learned with others.