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News and Inspiration from Toni King

by Jonathan Denwood

Greetings, Beloveds, “Physiology has located in the body of man twelve dominant brain or nerve centers that correspond with the twelve powers or spiritual faculties.” – Cora Fillmore, Christ Enthroned In Man. This week at Unity of the Sierra, we’ll … Continue reading

Randy Peyser

by Jonathan Denwood

Randy Peyser shares insights and action steps that can lead to miracles, based on the experiences of 40 people she’s interviewed. She will talk about what it takes to engage a “miracle thinking mindset” (beyond positive thinking and gratitude) to … Continue reading

Secret Nostrums and Systems

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A hobby of mine is collecting antique books on health and medicine.  One of my favorites, which might even be better enjoyed by a pharmacist, is Secret Nostrums and Systems by Dr. Charles W. Oleson from Harvard University, written in … Continue reading

Matthew Embrey-McClain

by Jonathan Denwood

Greetings, bright and shinning beacons of light! My name is Matthew Embrey-McClain. I am the E.D. of Compassionate Connections Matter, a Civil Rights Advocate/Leader and disseminator of Altruism (being concerned for the situation of others and wanting their benefit, whether … Continue reading

New & Inspiration from Toni King

by Jonathan Denwood

This article is a reprint from Unity’s website. Cultivating Our Creativity By Elaine Meyer I Am Creative Affirmation: Creativity is my natural state of being; I am immersed in endless possibilities. During World War I, a brilliant Austrian piano virtuoso … Continue reading

Rev. Christine Grace

by Jonathan Denwood

Reverend Christine Grace is an ordained Unity Minister, passionate about being of service, and contributing to a world that works for all. She has a master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology with an emphasis in Consciousness, Health and Healing, and is … Continue reading

Learning New Skills Keeps the Aging Mind Sharp

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A recent research study indicates that only certain activities – such as learning a mentally demanding skill like photography—are likely to improve cognitive functioning.  Researchers at the University of Texas in Dallas performed a study whereby 221 adults, ages 60 … Continue reading