Seattle Unity Sermon Video 07-23-2017—”Change Your Mind”

Sunday Service Video July 23rd, 2017—”Change Your Mind”—Here is the link and player to the Rev. Karen Lindvig’s sermon from 07-23-2017 titled “Change Your Mind.” In this sermon, Karen elaborates on the Annual Theme of the Transformational Journey using a process changing your mind, expanding on the ideas about the four levels of the imaginal realm from the sermon the previous week, on July 16, 2017. She focuses on the second level … (more details below)

Rev. Karen Lindvig Sermon “Change Your Mind”

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SERMON SUMMARY

http://seattleunity.org—In this Sunday sermon titled “Change Your Mind,” Rev. Karen Lindvig elaborates on the Annual Theme of the Transformational Journey using a process changing your mind, expanding on the ideas about the four levels of the imaginal realm from the sermon the previous week, on July 16, 2017. She focuses on the second level:

2. Physiological-identity Level

Karen explores different aspects of the Self to become more multi-dimensional in thinking. She explores an example in a story of a 13 year-old child whose interest in four different areas of life drives him to learn more and more and more.

She uses this case to exemplify how each of us can cultivate and expand different parts of our selves, different situational identities or roles, as we use our imaginations expand our skills, knowledge and frameworks of understanding. And she presents us with two questions to activate our imaginations towards becoming who we dream to be.

Quotations related to this service:

Matthew 5:48: “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.”

Psalm 82:6: “I say, “You are gods, children of the Most High, all of you”

Sister Hazel: “If you want to be somebody else, change your mind.”

Maya Angelou: “If you’re always trying to be normal, you’ll never know how amazing you can be.”

Andrea Pennington: “When we don’t utilize or live up to our full potential, we risk becoming hopeless and depressed. We may be functional, but not fulfilled; we may be successful, but not satisfied.”

Caroline McHugh: “Your only job while you are here on the planet is to be as good at being you as you can. We come complete with one true note we were destined to sing.”

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