Silent Meditation

Sunday mornings,  9:15 a.m. to  9:45 a.m.

“Thou will keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee.” <em>– Isaiah 26:3</em>

Unity offers a time and space for self-directed, silent meditation before our Sunday services. This is a time to simply come together in silence in the Presence, to “be still and know that I am God.” Joining together in a conscious oneness with God makes a way for the Divine to flow more freely in our lives and in the world.

Silent Meditation meets in the Meditation Room.

“Do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths.” – Proverbs 3:5-6.

“Abide in Me as I abide in you.” – John 15:4

“By meditation man lights up the inner mind, and he receives more than he can put into words”. – Charles Fillmore, Christian Healing

“We do not measure or judge ourselves, nor do we make a plea for ourselves or another in meditation. Meditation is to enter consciously into the very presence of God and remain as long as we experience complete oneness . Meditation is not for specific desires about wholeness of body and affairs, not affirmation or repetition, or trying to change anything. It is going into the Presence that is all the life, wholeness, peace, and power.” – Sue Sikking, Only Believe

“Daily meditation alone with God focuses the divine Presence within us and brings it to our consciousness.” – Emilie Cady, Lessons in Truth

“Meditation is an invitation for God to speak to us or to make Himself known to us; it is not an attempt to reach God, since God is omnipresent. The Presence already is. The Presence always is, in sickness or in health, in lack or in abundance, in sin or in purity; the presence of God always and already is. We are not seeking to reach God, but rather to achieve such a state of stillness that the awareness of God’s presence permeates us.” – Joel Goldsmith, Practicing the Presence.