What we're about

This is for anyone interested in a positive inclusive spiritual community dedicated to awakening each life to the spirit within. Centered in love, we honor and celebrate a world awakened to peace, abundance and respect for all creation. We believe in the awesome power of community and welcome every person with acceptance and love.

We provide events, experiences and practical teachings to help ourselves live healthy, prosperous and meaningful lives. We believe in making a positive difference in the world and are involved in spiritually-based social action. The goal of our meetings and events is to inspire, educate and awaken to our true nature as spiritual beings. In this way we help each other discover and live our spiritual purpose and potential.

For more information, visit our website: http://www.UnityOfFairfax.org

Our Vision for Unity of Fairfax as A Spiritual Center for Education, Practice, and Service In line with Unity of Fairfax’s Mission and Vision, we are called to take bold action to awaken the world to peace, abundance and respect for all creation. To answer this call, we envision Unity of Fairfax as a comprehensive Spiritual Center for Education, Practice, and Service, inviting all who seek to deepen their connection with the Divine to learn, grow, and share their talents and gifts with others who may be in need. Education, Practice, and Service are all dynamic elements of a strong spiritual development program. Through Education, we ignite the intellect and the imagination. Practice allows us to engage the Divine in a physical and heartcentered way. And Service creates an opportunity to share with others the love, gratitude, and oneness we experience through Education and Practice.
For questions or to get involved, contact the team leaders: Education: Lisa Colburn, education@unityoffairfax.org Practice: Stacey Guenther, spiritualpractice@unityoffairfax.org Service: Rebecca Whitecotton, communityservice@unityoffairfax.org eps@unityoffairfax.org • http://www.unityoffairfax.org

Upcoming events (3)

Waging Justice: A Doctor’s Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold

Dr. Zeitz will talk about his book which is his journey to Waging Justice. He will speak for 30–45 minutes followed by Q&A. His book will be available for sale and signing before and after the program. Dr. Zeitz is a physician, an epidemiologist, and a tenacious, energetic, award-winning advocate for global justice and human rights. He has dedicated his career to catalyzing large-scale global impact. Dr. Zeitz is currently waging justice in the USA and globally to mobilize community-wide action to achieve the “Sustainable Development Goals” (SDGs) and Paris Climate Treaty compliance by 2030. He serves as the Co-Founder of SDG Compacts, and the Sustainable Development Games at the Global Development Incubator (GDI), and the U.S.A. Focal Point for Action for Sustainable Development, a global social movement. His book “Waging Justice: A Doctor’s Journey to Speak Truth and Be Bold” was published in September 2018. It has already received acclamation from dozens of world leaders—including Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, who states: Waging Justice is a deeply personal story of courage and compassion with global implications. This heartfelt memoir shows how a doctor with vision can help fix what’s broken in our world. Dr. Zeitz is a man of conscience who shares my commitment to bringing hope to the world’s poor.

Mindful 365 Sitting Group

Unity of Fairfax

• What we'll do Whether you already have a meditation practice or you'd like to cultivate one, most people find that meditating in community strengthens their practice. If the idea of being part of a meditation sangha is appealing to you, whether you have a practice or not currently, please consider joining the 365 Mindful meditation sitting group. We'll come together monthly to practice together, share our experiences, and learn new practices. Our focus will be on mindfulness meditation. Meditations and discussions will support clarifying intentions toward embodying spirituality, deepening presence, acceptance, and awareness, and the practical matter of building a positive practice habit while being supported by a community. Beginners and experienced meditators are welcome. The group will be led by Stacey Guenther, who was has been teaching mindfulness since 2010. She currently teaches a 3-credit course at George Mason called Meditation, Mindfulness, and Stress Management, and is completing mindfulness meditation teacher certification training with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield. She's committed to this path, which has been transformational for her. • What to bring • Important to know Please go to the link below to register for this event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mindful-365-sitting-group-2019-tickets-53822238765

22 Proven Processes That Will Improve Your Point of Attraction

This hands-on experiential class will explore proven processes that have been found to enhance individual spiritual growth and help individuals who struggle with debt, relationships, and other life challenges. The processes are based on the Law of Attraction principles found in “Ask and It Is Given—Learning to Manifest Your Desires,” written by Esther and Hicks as a translation of the nonphysical entity called Abraham. The book (“Ask and it is Given”) contains 22 proven processes that will improve your point of attraction. The classes will not convey interpretations on or of the teachings of Abraham, but will deliver and discuss the 22 processes. Processes include, The Prosperity Game, The Process of Meditation, Evaluating Dreams, Pivoting, The Focus Wheel Process, Releasing Resistance to Become Free of Debts, and more. This class will provide participants with a tangible process that can be incorporated into daily activities allowing for expansion of their creative life. The New Thought concept of the Law of Attraction is rooted in ideas that come from various philosophical and religious traditions. In particular, it has been inspired by Hermeticism, New England transcendentalism, specific verses from the Bible, and Hinduism. New Thought authors often quote certain verses from the Bible in the context of the Law of Attraction. An example is Mark 11:24: “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” This monthly program is facilitated by John Kell, a retired banker and professional sign maker whose passion for a particular Unity principle—"We create our life experiences through our way of thinking”—translates into abundance and prosperity. Registration for this class is free, and participants are encouraged to make a suggested donation of $20 at the class. Please register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/22-proven-processes-that-will-improve-your-point-of-attraction-tickets-53659145950

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