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"Just get behind me on this. Tell your friends. Enroll as many as you can. Forgiveness is part of our daily Spiritual Practice. . . and gets us out of Kingdom I. There is every reason to promote and make this a National Holiday.
It's my mission…"
"Joanne, Thanks for last night! It was wonderfully conceived and beautifully executed. More importantly, it did great good for a people needing help and love. The uplifted thought expressed by all and the consciousness of healing present in the…"
I began my experience here as just a cute little baby with no affiliation. When I was 5 my parents decided I'd be a Catholic, which was funny as my parents did not share this background. (Mom was a completely different tradition.) And so, at 5, I was baptized Catholic.
Part of my journey included a rejection of Catholicism in the 7th grade, and eventual Atheism in my teens and early adulthood.
I went on a journey of debunking every religion and philosophy I could get my hands on. I would read up on a religion, find the fatal flaw, and "ah-ha!" another one bit the dust.
Yet, I saw there was a common thread running through an overwhelming majority of them, which essentially proposed an illusory nature to this earthly experience.
I then realized that Atheism required as much faith as any religion does, and I decided to start investigating metaphysics which could, perhaps, actually do me some good.
Then I was introduced to Christian Science which I set about debunking, but instead had an instantaneous healing of an open wound. I began reading with a more open thought.
As I opened my thought, I had several very transforming religious experiences. . . the result of which was the very real understanding of the presence of Universal Mind.
I was introduced to Buddhism, (in which I took Boddhisattva Vows,) Joel Goldsmith's works, and primarily Christian Science wherein I have had Class Instruction and am now in the part-time CS practitioner work. Later I was led to look into Religious Science and take the classes which I took at NHCRS.
Any more than this I'll have to tell you over coffee and pie. . .
I commented, and think it didn't go thru. I liked the Finnish group's percussiveness and accuracy. I haven't heard China. Send a link, if you want. I'm not too up to date on music.
Also, wanted to tell you, I like your bio. Very interesting. I'd love to talk about Christian Science sometime, since I have been studying it, and find it a powerful basis of Truth and healing.