Begin Your Week with a Powerful Start in the Pyramid!
Intro to Insight Meditation Workshop
with Rev. Robert Brumet
Sunday, April 29, 2018, 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Insight Meditation, also known as Vipassana, is a powerful tool for liberating ourselves from the bondage of our conditioning, and aims to free the mind from the distortions of self-centeredness, negativity, and confusion.
Join us for The Wednesday Experience in the Pyramid!
Birthing a Greater Reality
with Rev. Robert Brumet
Wednesday, May 2, 2018, 7:00 p.m
Followed by Q&A and book signing.
(Rev. Brumet’s book, Birthing a Greater Reality,
and his other books are available for purchase in the Unity Bookstore.)
Register and Consider a Love Offering
Register Online for Classes from April 29 – May 4
All classes between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. are 5 days (Monday through Friday), and attendance in all 5 classes is required to receive S.E.E. credit. The evening class is 4 nights (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday), and attendance in all 4 classes is required to receive S.E.E. credit.
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April 30 – May 4 | Monday – Friday | 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
SPD 105 – Meditation Practices | Rev. Robert Brumet
From alpha-waves to zazen, we will study and engage a variety of meditative practices selected from both Eastern and Western spiritual traditions. Take this course and you may become enlightened in several languages!
HTS 105 – Metaphysics 1 | Rev. Jeanmarie Eck
The first phase for becoming a “metaphysician-practitioner” is learning the fundamental Principles.
SCS 125 – The Christ | Christina Conner, LUT
Students will experientially engage their own beliefs about “Jesus Christ” and the Christ idea using the Bible as the primary text.
April 30 – May 4 | Monday – Friday | 12:00 – 12:30 p.m.
Noon Meditation Service
Offered each weekday in the Chapel, a guided meditation led by Rev. Karen Tudor (optional to attend). No cost. No registration necessary.
April 30 – May 4 | Monday – Friday | 12:30 – 2:30 p.m.
SPD 110 – Self-Awareness | Rev. Robert Brumet
Know thyself. This is the core teaching of every wisdom tradition from the first-century Greeks on Mt Olympus to the twenty-first century geeks in Silicon Valley. In this course, we will study and discuss ancient teachings in a variety of modern modalities.
SPD 100 – Unity Prayer | Rev. Karen Tudor
The Unity way of prayer is ultimately aimed at experience of the Divine and Realization of the practitioner’s Divine Potential.
HTS 135 – Healing & Wholeness | Rev. Mindy Lawrence Curtiss
The healing practices and principles developed and applied by Myrtle and Charles Fillmore are the basis of this course.
HTS 125 – Twelve Powers | Alyce Coffey, LUT
Students will develop a thorough understanding of their 12 spiritual powers as God-given tools for better living. Their awareness of these powers will help them in their spiritual development as they learn how to use and balance these powers in every daily experience.
April 30 – May 4 | Monday – Friday | 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
HTS 130 – Prosperity | Rev. Michael Gott
Students explore the broader meaning of prosperity beyond “material things” to discover their own beliefs about money, abundance and lack.
HTS 115 – Metaphysics 3 | Rev. Jeanmarie Eck
The third phase in metaphysical study is cultivating dominion over the ego/personality.
SPD 111 – The “I” of the Storm | Rev. Kyra Baehr
Students will explore the principles of embracing conflict and creating peace in everyday life.
April 29 – May 3 | Sunday/Monday/Tuesday/Thursday | 7:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Elective – The Mystical Path: Practices of the Direct Experience of God | Rev. Karen Tudor
This class is designed to cultivate an awareness and acceptance of spiritual experience as normal, natural human experience while introducing various practices that can ignite and enhance a direct experience of the Divine.
Elective – Finding Yourself in Transition | Rev. Sheila Gautreaux
Based on Rev. Robert Brumet’s book, Finding Yourself in Transition, students will learn how the process of transition shows up in our lives, how to recognize when you are in each stage, and how to more easily walk through the experience of Transition.
SCS 110 – Bible Interpretation: Hebrew Scriptures |
Mary Cesaratto, LUT
Students will metaphysically interpret selected passages from Hebrew Scriptures.
SCS 100 – Sinopsis: Escrituras Hebreas (Overview: Hebrew Scriptures) offered Bilingual | Cris Perez, LUT and Dr. Mirna Chavez
Explora el conocimiento de la influencia e importancia de la Escrituras Hebreas en el desarrollo y la historia. Students will explore the history and development of Hebrew Scriptures, thereby acquiring a solid foundation for continuing study and exploration.
Questions About Registration?
Please email Rev. Jeanmarie Eck at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (713) 782-4050 ext. 620.
More About the Week
Food – Responsibility of the student; coffee/tea/water provided; numerous dining options within walking distance.
Accommodations – Holiday Inn Express & Suites Houston SW – Sharpstown 6978 N. Windwater Pkwy. Houston, TX 77036
Reservations: (713) 425-2540 or by clicking here. Use code UOH for group rate of $115.00 per night + tax. We encourage you to make reservations early as there is a major conference in town that week.
Home Stay – To request a home stay, email email@example.com or call (713) 782-4050 ext. 620 by April 2, 2018. We will do our best to place you in a home if needed.
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