Tag Archives: Swedenborg

#WednesdayWisdom, #StarWars Spirituality?

            Rogue One:The Spiritual Lessons (via the Swedenborg Foundation) http://www.swedenborg.com/rogue-one-the-spiritual-lessons/ Swedenborgian Seminarian and Marriage/Family Therapist Intern, Colin Amato, shares his interpretation of the spiritual lessons to be found in modern-day Star Wars “Rogue One” story.

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#MondayMirth : Children; Angels here and beyond

“Swedenborg tells us that because we are all born for heaven, and because children have not yet had the chance to make life choices that might have distanced them from God, all children who leave this world are immediately taken … Continue reading

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Ascension Sunday Tomorrow

Please join us tomorrow for our Ascension Sunday service. 845 Congress Ave, Glendale, OH. The service will be led by layperson, Pete Toot. 9:30 AM  –  Swedenborgian Study Group – “The White Horse” 10:30 AM  –  Hospitality (coffee, tea and … Continue reading

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Quantum Leap of Faith @scifri

          Swedenborg uses concepts common to Quantum Physics. http://www.swedenborg.com/quantum-physics-can-tell-us-afterlife/

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#ThursdayThoughts @CincyCAC Rondinone, Kandinsky, Spirituality and Color Therapy

Brightening our moods at the Ugo Rondinone exhibit at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. Read these articles on color, mood and Kandinsky’s “lay(ing) out his belief that art, especially abstract painting, can counteract the degenerative effects of contemporary materialist society … Continue reading

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#MondayMotivation : God in Nature – The Circle of Life

“God in Nature – The Circle of Life” Sunday, May 21st, 2017 – New Church of Montgomery (Updated from June 8th, 2003) Rev. Betsy Coffman Leader: Creator God, most distant space shows traces of your touch. Sculptor God, you give … Continue reading

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#WednesdayWisdom Urbana Artists

In the late 1800’s, artist Alice Archer Sewall James or “Archie,” as she was known, was encouraged by her family, including her father, a Swedenborgian minister, to pursue art in all forms, be an educated woman and travel around Europe.  … Continue reading

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