An illustration of a man with short gray hair and a beard running besides Myrtle Fillmore

Running With Myrtle

Gus Arthur takes Unity cofounder Myrtle Fillmore jogging with him as he confronts Parkinson's with faith and determination.

Ralph Waldo Emerson and His Influence on Unity by Sara Crawford - An open book and a notebook with a pen on a red chair with a grey plaid blanket with a red cup of tea in front of a fire

Ralph Waldo Emerson and His Influence on Unity

Discover the profound influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson on Charles and Myrtle Fillmore and the formation of the Unity movement.

Unity Village Original Silent Unity Building

The Original Silent Unity Building

Learn more about Unity Village and how the building originally used for Silent Unity® has changed over the years.

The Many Methods of Affirmative Prayer by Rev. Ellen Debenport - A woman with red hair and a hat sitting overlooking a beautiful landscape reading a book

The Many Methods of Affirmative Prayer

Learn more about the evolution of prayer from traditional Christian roots to oneness by exploring diverse perspectives in books from Unity.

“The aim of feminism is and has always been transformation,” Myrtle Fillmore, feminism, Unity history, New Thought Movement

Was Myrtle Fillmore a Feminist?

Both the feminist and New Thought movements share a foundational goal: to transform suffering in our world. Feminism has a


Seven Ways to Heal Yourself

Does the idea of praying yourself well seem impossible? Myrtle Fillmore, cofounder of Unity, knew she could heal herself—and she

In the Words of Myrtle Fillmore

How I Found Health

I have made what seems to me a discovery. I was very sick; I had all the ills of mind