Seattle Unity Sunday Videos 05-07-2017—”Cosmic Parenting”

Easter Sunday Service Videos May 7th, 2017—”Cosmic Parenting”—Here are the links and players to the music videos and sermon from 05-07-2017, with Michael Bogar’s sermon titled “Cosmic Parenting: Providing Some Relief for Dad and Mom.” In this Sunday sermon, Michael Bogar provides a framework of understanding for a spiritual identity rooted in a source beyond our immediate nuclear family, especially our parents, to include the entire Cosmos. He describes how this leads to a capacity to transcend what James Hillman calls the “parental fallacy” towards a larger, extended family and corresponding expanded identity.

 

Christina Brewer Sings “Hero”

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Erin McGaughan Sings “Thank You for This Day”

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Erin McGaughan Sings “Lean on Me”

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Erin McGaughan Sings “Pacha Mama”

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Diane Robertson Meditation “Love, Compassion and Stillness”

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Christina Brewer Sings “He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother”

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Michael Bogar Sermon “Cosmic Parenting: Providing Some Relief for Dad and Mom”

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Christina Brewer Sings “Generous Mr. Lovewell”

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SERMON SUMMARY

http://seattleunity.org—In this Sunday sermon titled “Cosmic Parenting: Providing Some Relief for Dad and Mom,” Michael Bogar provides a framework of understanding for a spiritual identity rooted in a source beyond our immediate nuclear family, especially our parents, to include the entire Cosmos. He describes how this leads to a capacity to transcend what James Hillman calls the “parental fallacy” towards a larger, extended family and corresponding expanded identity.