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In the Name of Light- Wednesday, April 3, 7pm -Central Library

Light is a term used in most spiritual traditions to depict the nature of divinity, both within oneself and hidden within the circumstances of life. Indeed, we often describe divinity in terms of the “light of God.” It is therefore important that we more profoundly consider the nature of spiritual light, and by so doing, become more attentive to recognizing this light within our individual lives. In this presentation, spiritual light is examined in a variety of ways. The light of the soul, of love, and of intelligence are thoroughly presented. Methods to recognize the “light within the head,” are also discussed, as well the light of intuition and how it shapes progressive thoughts within the mind. Join us on Wednesday, April 3 in the Sevenson & Hunt meeting room in Central Library at 7 pm for another lecture of William Meader: In the Name of Light.

You might be also interested in reading William Meader's book: Shine forth: the soul's magical destiny.

 

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