Discover the Power Within You

Unity is designating 2012 as the year to Discover the Power Within You, linking with the powerful book of the same name by the late Rev. Eric Butterworth. If you are unfamiliar with the book or with Rev. Butterworth, we invite you to visit www.ericbutterworth.com for more information on the man and on the book that Oprah Winfrey claimed “changed my perspective on life and religion. Eric Butterworth teaches that God isn’t ‘up there.’ He exists in, around, above and through each one of us, and it’s up to us to seek the divine within.”

Each month of 2012 will focus on a different topic, correlating with the top 12 most requested prayer needs received by Silent Unity. Bookmark this page and check back often for feature articles, meditations, affirmations and other resources (including writings from Rev. Butterworth) to support that month’s topic.

Employment

From Eric Butterworth

Work and the Success Syndrome (Part 1)—Why do you work? In this excerpt from Spiritual Economics, Eric Butterworth provides insights into what you may be getting out of your work and your strive for success.

Work and the Success Syndrome (Part 2)—Butterworth continues his exploration of the work force and examines what Ralph Waldo Emerson and Kahlil Gibran have to say. 
 


Other Resources

God Goes to Work—Spirituality and business may be more connected than you think.

Finding Right Employment—An excerpt from a Silent Unity pamphlet.

Create a Sacred Workplace—Sonia Choquette, author and world-renowned vibrational alchemist, shares ten ways to create a sacred atmosphere at work.   

Audio

Tom Thorpe, host of Discovering Eric Butterworth on Unity Online Radio, explores what Butterworth calls “faith’s fulfillment.” Listen.

 

When Our Passion and Our Pocketbook Travel Opposite Paths: Universe Responding with Valleri Crabtree on Unity Online Radio. Are you immersed in deeply satisfying work which allows you to pursue your passion? Or are you frustrated that you are involved in a job that provides a paycheck, but not much more? There is a way to get your passion and your pocketbook in sync.