History of New Thought and Unity

 

History of New Thought and Unity Class

Just as one’s previous life experiences underlie one’s current expression, so the history of a tradition underlies that tradition’s current expression.  The foundations of Unity as a contemporary movement are explored in its roots in Transcendentalism, Christian Science and New Thought.  Students explore Unity’s History and original cultural milieu. They have the opportunity to consider the possibilities of Unity as an evolving cultural phenomenon.  This historical exploration includes exposure to ides, beliefs, and philosophies of the main “architects” of this stream of spiritual thought that in some ways has connection back to antiquity.

Dates:

Sundays
September 9 — October 7
2 pm — 4 pm
Gratitude and Prosperity Room

About the Instructors:

 

Linda Gillispie, L.U.T.  --  As well as being a Licensed Unity Teacher, Linda serves as the Pastoral and Education Associate at Unity of New Braunfels. Linda has taught many Unity classes in Austin, San Marcos and New Braunfels and served as guest speaker in Austin, San Marcos, Victoria, New Braunfels and Bourne. She is the mother of two children and has five grandchildren. Linda has a deep love for Unity Principles based on the teachings of Jesus and sharing these teachings is her greatest joy.

 

 

 

 

Materials Needed:

Principles of New Thought by April Moncrieff, Friends in High Places by Thomas Shepherd, The Unity Movement by Neil Vahle (The bookstore has ordered the first two, for The Unity Movement check online and in used book stores.)

 

Cost: 

Non-credit—Love offering at each class   
Credit— $45 + love offering at each class
 
Registration:
Registration will open 2 weeks prior to start date.