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ARTS 46/4 Center for the Arts presents the ART of UNGALA GRACE, Intuitive Artist & Soul Portraits in the I AM Center Gallery during January. An Artist Reception to meet the artist, light refreshments served at 12:30 on Sunday January 12th in the I AM Center Gallery at ARTS 46/4, The Center for the Arts at First Unity Spiritual Campus. The exhibit will be available for viewing and purchase of fine art Tue, Wed, & Thursdaysays from 9am - 5pm and Sundays 8am - 2pm during the month of January. MEET THE ARTIST each Sunday during the exhibit. Ungala will be in the I AM Center Gallery after service on Sundays in January to view her Art and speak with her about a ‘Soul Portrait’. Ungala is an artist, writer and speaker. Through meditations and journaling she discovered a beautiful life of inner understanding and visions. Through these visions she has been blessed in creating a lifetime of art starting when she was just a child. She is an intuitive artist with three unique occurrences that happen when painting. She is clairaudient which is the ability to clearly hear those in Spirit, speaking to her internally, clairvoyant in that she receives images that need to be painted and an empath as she can feel the emotion of what is happening on the canvas while painting. This is how she know she is painting from her soul.
Gambler's Anonymous Group Meeting. The presenter, Les Ambush, FBAO, has written a manual titled “Opening my toolbox of recovery using ING words”. The workshop will cover awareness, treatment and very valuable emotional and spiritual solutions for those afflicted. This is a weekly meeting, every Tuesday. Love Offering In the Hornaday Annex on the First Unity Spiritual Campus The fellowship of Gamblers Anonymous is the outgrowth of a chance meeting between two men during the month of January in 1957. These men had a truly baffling history of trouble and misery due to an obsession to gamble. They began to meet regularly and as the months passed neither had returned to gambling. They concluded from their discussions that in order to prevent a relapse it was necessary to bring about certain character changes within themselves. In order to accomplish this, they used for a guide certain spiritual principles which had been utilized by thousands of people who were recovering from other compulsive addictions. The word spiritual can be said to describe those characteristics of the human mind that represent the highest and finest qualities such as kindness, generosity, honesty and humility. Also, in order to maintain their own abstinence they felt that it was vitally important that they carry the message of hope to other compulsive gamblers. As a result of favorable publicity by a prominent newspaper columnist and TV commentator, the first group meeting of Gamblers Anonymous was held on Friday, September 13, 1957, in Los Angeles, California. Since that time, the fellowship has grown steadily and groups are flourishing throughout the world.