Healing emotional reactivity takes a practice of learned self-compassion. As Rev. Lesley Miller writes, healing the inner child takes patience, tolerance, and compassion. Excerpted from the Unity booklet Compassion: Living Life With an Open Heart.
Tools for Growth
Whether floating down a river, digging in the garden, or simply letting go of stuff, connecting with nature supports our spiritual growth. Mallory Herrmann writes for Unity about understanding how nature helps build spiritual health.
Writer Ben Jamison tells how to unpack the first Unity principle-about one presence and one power-so we can understand what it truly means ...
Elaine Meyer writes on how embracing change means looking forward to the next part of every journey, holding on in faith, and remembering you are a spiritual being living a human existence, capable of resiliency.
Looking for a book to grow your spiritual happiness? Unity ministers share eight books they love and that had a lasting impact on their journey to spiritual happiness. Compiled by Mallory Herrmann, the list features books for your spiritual journey.
In your search for enlightenment, or “being present,” have you fallen off the path? Are you disenchanted? Rev. Paul John Roach encourages you to hold on, asking, do you want radical freedom or a more comfortable and self-satisfied imprisonment?
If it were easy to leave bad jobs, everyone would do it.
It is much simpler to define, aim, and land a dream job using the power of the soul.
Finding one’s dream job can seem impossible in the physical world of cause and effect.
You see, not being happy at work seems like a simple problem. However, it is best solved using the soul’s energy as a guide and as fuel.
Your best intelligence is in the power and energy of the soul, not in logic. We must use both the practical world and the energetic or spiritual world.
In “Honoring Memories,” Rev. Toni Stephens Coleman explains that while memories help make us who we are, they are not the actuality of our lives, but merely a story we tell ourselves.
Calming the Worry Monsters
By Ian Lawton
There is an old monastery in Europe perched high on a cliff several hundred feet in the air. The only way to reach the monastery is to be suspended in a basket which is pulled to the top by several monks who pull and tug with all their strength.
Choose to Live Courageously
By Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D.
What a difference it can make if we choose to live courageously! It takes daring just to live, but it takes courage to live your vision. Getting up each morning to face the day as a willing and enthusiastic participant in life takes courage. Every day there are so many opportunities to act courageously, but fear often stands in the way.