Listen to the replay of the October 22, 2019 Press Conference at:
HIGHLIGHTS of the call:
- This was the Amanda Show and we learned a lot from the slide deck. We began to really discern and cull out the questions that can be asked from what we see in someone’s home. We will continue The Amanda Show next week. Thanks Amanda!
- We also reviewed Supreme Yoga Section Four. It is an important Yoga to help fortify your spiritual cultivation and your ability to help others. Please begin the practice of Supreme Yoga Four.
- During our discussion, Jan offered a quote that reflects the teaching of Supreme Yoga Section Four:
Lorna found it used in beautiful Bernard Lown Nobel prize acceptance in 1985. Here is the attribution piece in the wiki document for it’s use in the the speech:
“Only those who see the invisible can do the impossible.” But in order to do the impossible, in the words of Jonathan Schell, we ask “not for our personal survival: we ask only that we be survived. We ask for assurance that when we die as individuals, as we know we must, mankind will live on”.
- Though sometimes quoted as if he were author of it, the expression “Only those who see the invisible can do the impossible” is one that greatly predates Lown’s use of it; it has also been attributed to Thomas Jefferson, Jesus and Mrs. Charles E. Cowman, but the earliest published expression yet located seems to have been one by American Baptist minister Rev. Robert Stuart MacArthur in Royal Messages of Cheer and Comfort Beautifully Told (1909) edited by Sarah Conger Robinson, p. 58
Goodreads attributes the quote to Jeffrey Fry.
- Here is the second quote from Bernadette:
QUOTE USED AGAIN: ONLY THOSE WHO SEE THE INVISIBLE CAN DO THE IMPOSSIBLE
During my Center Update, I shared the saying: Only those who can see the invisible can do the impossible. It could be said that the spiritual path is all about learning how to see the invisible. Organizationally, the invisible includes working with the cultural dynamics of the ministry that constitute the pattern of community life. ~ Dr Gary Simmons
- The Bernadette Show will begin on November 5th.
- Katherine’s new address is 15843 198th Place NE, Woodinville, WA 98077.
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