Lessons by Guest Speaker: Karen Patrick

Lessons by Guest Speaker: Karen Patrick

Lessons From Mother Goose

It is good to remember that the Earth is our home, and we were meant to be caretakers of this awesome planet together. Rev. Karen Patrick shares her experience of Mother Goose’s teachings through the lens of the creation story found in Genesis 1:26.

Wisdom Of The Donkey

Saying to them, “Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me.” Let’s explore the rich history and powerful symbolism of Palm Sunday’s narrative in the Christian scriptures. Jesus’ ride on a donkey reveals valuable lessons for the spiritual journey, and the wisdom of the donkey is the character needed to enter the Kingdom—the field of limitless potential and endless possibility. …

Principle Five

Knowing and understanding the laws of life – also called Truth – is not enough. A person must live the Truth that he or she knows. Principle Five Action and service is the way we demonstrate our beliefs. Through thoughts, words and actions, we live in the truth we know. Knowledge of these spiritual principles is not enough. We live and demonstrate them through our actions.

The Heart of Healing Prayer

When we pray, we open our hearts to healing beyond the words into a wholeness we all share.  Rev. Karen Patrick explores the benefits of daily affirmative prayer practice and how it can transform our lives. Rev. Karen is an ordained Unity minister and founder of Unity 108:Cultivating Wholeness. She is a retired private practice therapist, a long-time energy healer, and a Buddhist meditation teacher. She teaches methods that heal the illusion of separation between self, other, and the Divine. Her main…

The Blessing of Gratitude

Do you have times when being thankful is the last thing on your mind? However the simple act of being grateful is an antidote to stress and resentment in our lives. Together we will explore simple methods to go beyond a gratitude list toward cultivating a consciousness of gratitude and recognize the ease and flow in our life. Rev. Karen Patrick leads us on this gratitude practice.