On Sunday, we continued our exploration of Making Meaning with a panel discussion featuring some of Bodhi’s Licensed Practitioners, hosted by Rev. Lola Wright, discussing our 8 Spiritual Practices—plus, featured guest artist Gary Lynn Floyd!
In Sunday’s message from Rev. Rainbow Weldon, she mentioned the story of Dr. Len and his practice of Ho’oponopono, one which he used to heal a ward of psychiatric patients … without actually meeting them. A part of that practice is a powerful cleansing exercise, which is the repetition of these four statements: I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. Try it and let us know if it works for you!
New month, new theme—no April fools-in’ around! This Sunday at our new home, Vittum Theater, Rev. Lola Wright will help us kick off “Making Meaning” with her message, “You Get To Say!” In Rev. Lola’s words:
“The theme for the month of April is Making Meaning. The concept is two fold—meaning gives our life a sense of direction and purpose. And we’re always making up the meaning. That’s the good news. We get to make meaning out of anything and everything. We can make meaning out of the mundane or the majestic. Whatever meaning we assign will create the path before us.