Teachings of the Ascended Masters® on Refreshing Your Psychology From a Spiritual Perspective
Refreshing Your Psychology from a Spiritual Perspective is a series of teleconference calls which enables seekers, new students, and inquirers to learn more about spiritual techniques and tools from the perspective of the Ascended Masters.
Sponsored by The Summit Lighthouse®
Sundays, 3rd Sunday of Each Month
5:30 to 6:30 pm Mountain Time
Conference Dial-in Number: (563) 999-2090
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April 28, 2019 – “Worthiness Unto the Lord: Increasing Our Self-Esteem”
Worthiness unto the Lord! Sometimes things happen that challenge our sense of worthiness. Ever find yourself engaging in negative self-talk? Turning that into positive self-regard will greatly improve your outlook on life and increase your self-confidence. This presentation on self-esteem will focus on the nature of the energy fields that our thoughts generate around us. These energy fields create feelings of either high self-esteem or low self-esteem. We will also discuss the means for raising our self-esteem in order to eradicate feelings of low self-esteem. Increasing self-love and self-worth prepares us to be in alignment with the Light of God that never fails.
by Stewart Anderson
Stewart Anderson has been a student of the Ascended Masters for more than 30 years and a psychotherapist since starting his career. He attended Summit University in 1984 and Elizabeth Clare Prophet invited him to join the staff of the Summit Lighthouse in 1985. On staff he saw tremendous opportunities to use the Teachings of the Ascended Masters for the healing of one’s psychology; opportunities that were not available in the psychology taught in the world. He became a staff psychologist in the early 1990s and served in that capacity until 1997. Stewart’s approach to psychological work is based on the Teachings of the Ascended Masters, stressing the importance of Saint Germain’s alchemy and the violet flame for true psychological change and wholeness.
Sunday, May 19, 2019 – “Romancing the Shadow: A Conscious Choice”
How many of us can say with Paul, “For what I would, that do I not; but what I hate, that I do” (Romans 7:15)? Based, in part on the book, Romancing the Shadow (Karl Jung’s name for the dweller on the threshold), we will explore how we engage with the shadow whose lures are subtle and cunning. The first line of defense is to recognize them. Then, we will look at practical ways to disengage from this romance and outsmart the shadow, by becoming more strategic and shrewd ourselves. We will recognize that each action that we take either feeds or starves the shadow. It is then our conscious choice.
by Charlotte Mizzi
Charlotte Mizzi, a native of Malta, immigrated with her family to the U.S. when she was 10 years old. While working for the New York City Government, she discovered the Teachings in 1995. Becoming active in her local Teaching Center (TC), she served as President and helped it to thrive. Upon retirement in 2000, Charlotte moved to Montana and served on staff at the Church Universal and Triumphant until 2009. She became an ordained minister in 2004. Rev. Mizzi works with the North Glastonbury Teaching Center, sometimes as President, and helped establish a community garden there. She also conducts Sunday services and sacraments for the church.
Sunday, July 21, 2019- “Part I — The Golden Path: The Five Elements
Did you know that we each have an elemental nature from birth? Chinese medicine illumines with which of the five elements we resonate. The choices are fire, metal, water, earth, and wood. These impact our organs and the energy that moves through our meridians. In this session, explore the strengths and vulnerabilities of each element and how they might be impacting your life. In order to be whole, we all must recognize that God is in us and we are, therefore, beautiful – inside and out. Participate in a meditation to draw the strengths of your dominant element to you, bolstering health and self-confidence.
In the second session, August 18th, learn about the Three Treasures and how to maximize them on your journey. Together, the elements and treasures characterize acceleration on the Golden Path. See the attached handout for more information and to take a self-test (not required) in preparation for both sessions.
by Deborah Lee
Ms. Deborah Lee worked with Elizabeth Claire Prophet for many years and accompanied her on her travels. With over 25 years in the beauty industry, she helps clients discover their own unique beauty. Studying Chinese medicine for almost 20 years, Deborah will share a holistic health and healing journey which has the potential to produce powerful personal transformations. She does face reading and many therapies, including massage, acupressure, aromatherapy, foot therapy, and facials.
Five Elements Handout
Sunday, August 18, 2019- “Part II — Taoist Alchemy in Walking the Golden Path
In July, we learned about the five elements — fire, metal, water, earth and wood – what they represent and how we must be balanced among them. Take the self-assessment in the attached booklet (see last month’s entry) to find out with which elements you resonate. Are you interested in how some of these elements manifest in your facial features? If so, you will want to hear about Jing, one of the three treasures. The Three Treasures – Chi, Jing, and Shen – together with the five elements characterize acceleration on the Golden Path. When you do this, you will be in touch with your own inner treasures and you will share them with the world. Learn to maximize the elements and the three treasures on your walk on the Golden Path.
by Deborah Lee (see July 21, 2019)
Sunday, September 15, 2019- “Dealing with the Loss of a Close Loved One!
Part 1: How Grieving Can Prepare You for a New Life Experience
All of us will, at one time or another have to deal with the loss of a close loved one. We may know, intellectually, that it is a transition of the soul from matter to spirit, yet we grieve. Losing parents, grandparents, siblings, or children from sudden deaths from accidents or violence or prolonged illnesses, provoke profound sorrow. What is the lawful way to grieve? Learn a few positive psychology points to support a chela in the experience of loss vis-a-vis the teachings of the Ascended Masters. Discover how grieving, as a ritual, prepares us for a new life experience. Finally, distinguish this process from a possessing-grief that refuses to let go and allow us to move forward.
by Patrick Danahy
Rev. Patrick Danahy found the teachings in 1971 and began serving the Messengers Mark and Elizabeth Prophet when he joined the Summit Lighthouse staff in 1972. He was commissioned as a lay minister in 1973. In the 1980s, Patrick managed the church’s astrological department. In 1994, Patrick was ordained and later helped develop curriculum and instructed aspirants in the ministerial training program. Rev. Danahy has a B.S. in psychology, is a licensed hearing specialist and ministerial counselor. He lives in Bozeman with his wife, Anne.
Sunday, October, 2019- “Dealing with the Loss of a Close Loved One!
Part 2: Can Grief Produce Costs and Benefits?
All of us will, at one time or another have to deal with the loss of a close loved one. We may know, intellectually, that it is a transition of the soul from matter to spirit, yet we grieve. Losing parents, grandparents, siblings, or children from sudden deaths, such as accidents or violence or prolonged illnesses, provoke profound sorrow. Is it possible to grieve so deeply that it harms us? What lessons are we to learn from loss? What potential benefits might we gain from grieving? Explore tools that have we to effectively go through the grieving process.
by Patrick Danahy
(See biography above)
The following attachment will be recited by telephone seminar participants. Please print it out before the seminar.
Handout – 1.21
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