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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Jan.30: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Guest speaker, Salvatore Sapienza, concludes our month-long metaphysical journey to the Land of Oz by taking us somewhere over the rainbow. The colors of the rainbow correspond with the seven chakras, the major energy forces in the body. The rainbow symbolizes the bridge between the physical world and the world of Spirit. Listen to his reasoning:

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Jan.23: Witches, Lions, Tigers, Bears & Flying Monkeys: Evil and New Thought

Our metaphysical journey to the Land of Oz continues with "Witches, Lions, Tigers, Bears and Flying Monkeys." Where does "evil" fit in the New Thought, higher consciousness mind? Listen to Sherry's reasoning:
(Note: There were technical difficulties during the recording, so the reasoning doesn't begin until the 6:48 mark):

Monday, January 17, 2011

Jan.16: Toto and the Wizard

Toto is a unique aspect of ourselves. Without Toto, Dorothy had little joy in a gray Kansas. What is this TOTO within? And we can't forget the Wizard can we? As we travel on our Spiritual Yellow Brick Road, we will no longer be satisfied with the image of a fearsome, removed God, pushing buttons and pulling strings. Listen to Sherry's reasoning:

Monday, January 10, 2011

Jan.9: The Poppy Fields of Our Lives

The first of a four-part Wizard of Oz series begins. We'll continue our metaphysical journey to the Land of Oz in the Poppy Fields. We all fall asleep in the "Poppy Fields" from time to time. We all have a "Yellow Brick Road" to follow. Join Sherry as she reasons with us about our journey on this spiritual, magical path:

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Jan. 2: The Alchemy Process: Burning Bowl/ White Stone

The Reasoning: The Alchemy Process. This is the time when we release the old and affirm the New by celebrating a beautiful ritual, The Burning Bowl and White Stone ceremony. It can be more meaningful than New Year resolutions. It is definitely more powerful. Listen to Sherry's Reasoning: