Sat, Aug 01|
Women of Spirit: 5 Basic Principles with Dr. Gail Derin
Time & Location
Aug 01, 2020, 10:00 AM
About the Event
Join Dr. Gail Gerin for Women of Spirit on Saturday, August 1st at 10:00 a.m. via *Zoom.
Dr. Gail will explore with us the 5 basic principles we can live into as shown in the book, “It’s Not Your Money,” by Tosha Silver.
Often, when we think of prosperity, be it with our finances, health, well-being, or relationships, we feel we might need to have a plan of strategizing by grasping or chasing after it. What if there was a whole other way? What if we offered it up to Love? What if this offering itself is the secret to abundance?
We will explore how we are a part of something larger, something that we serve and longs to serve us. Let’s explore together what gives us access to a new sense of freedom and abundance as a vehicle for Divine flow. We will have paired and group discussions plus exercises to do together on Zoom.
Note: For those who want extra credit, a gold star on the forehead, a big smile ;o) and a virtual hug, Dr. Gail invites you to say this prayer, from Tosha’s book, daily between now and our meeting.
"Divine Beloved, allow me to give with complete ease and abundance,
knowing that You are the unlimited Source of all.
Let me be an easy, open conduit for Your prosperity.
Let me trust that all my own needs are always met in amazing ways
and that it’s safe to give freely as my heart guides.
And equally, let me feel wildly open to receiving.
May I know my own value, beauty, and worthiness without question.
Let me allow others the supreme pleasure of giving to me.
May I feel worthy to receive in every possible way.
Change me into one who can fully love, forgive and accept myself
So I may carry Your Light without restriction
Let everything that needs to go, go
Let everything that needs to come, come
I am utterly Your own
You are me, I am You, we are One.
All is well.”
Dr. Gail’s Bio:
Dr Gail Derin is a licensed Unity teacher, an ordained Religious Science Minister, and holds a Doctorate in Oriental Medicine.
She has been in practice for over 40 years.