Rev. Glen Ganaway I.M.

The Fellowship of Awakening January 25, 2017

Teachers of God,
Lesson 19: I am not alone in experiencing the effects of my thoughts.
Lesson 20: I am determined to see.
Lesson 21: I am determined to see things differently.
Lesson 22: What I see is a form of vengeance.
Lesson 23: I can escape from the world I see by giving up attack thoughts!
Lesson 24: I do not perceive my own best interests.
Lesson 25: I do not know what anything is for.
We're building the foundation of reality. We're placing the cornerstones of the foundation of our right thinking. We are determined to see our world and our place in it differently so that we can be all that we're meant to be and support the creation of what we want to experience. 
We're on the second half of Chapter 3: The Innocent Perception. When we know we are innocent we can use the information that our senses are giving us to evaluate our direction. Are we headed toward what we want? Are we doing things that support peace? Do you even know what you're supposed to do? Did you know that your humanity and your likes and dislikes are not the problem in creating with others? We're going to learn the difference between making something and creating something.
Join us every Wednesday @ 2067 Broadway from 7-9pm on the 5th Floor in the Carmen Room. We meet at 6pm at GiGi's for coffee before class for fellowship. We call it 'The Pre-Show!" Join us for laughter, singing, some meditation and sharing of our highest and best selves with each other. Bring a Love Offering to help out. 

First Image: Hands and Pottery stock image

Second Image: Parts of an AK-47 Assault Rifel from Ernst Armory

Explanation of Images: Creativity created us as creatives. We’re in the habit of believing that others, like our parents, know who we are and what we’re supposed to be doing with our lives. If we knew who we were we would also know what we create. If we don’t know who we are we use our energy to support the comfort and ease of others. We help with our own destruction through ignorance and stagnation. We use our creative functions to mitigate the symptoms of separation i.e. anxiety, depression and loneliness. We could be building on what is inherently true, i.e. our wholeness, beauty and loving nature. We are whole and complete, we gather together to increase our creative nature and create the collaborative world we know is possible. We do this consciously through forgiveness and the pursuit of self knowledge, because what we find out about ourselves is also true for everyone, including God.