What Would you do…

Learning the Truth

Paris, April 9, 2019 

What would you do differently if you learned that…

There is no reality outside of what you think and feel?

You need connection with others to create something together that all can experience? 

Inevitably, as an observer, you change what you are observing? 

Rules only work because you accept them? 

Nothing happens until you energize it with your desires?  

Your only limitations are the things you believe or don’t believe?  

What WOULD you do differently?  

Time to do it — You’ve just learned the Truth!  

Reflection

In quantum reality, everything is relative.  We create our own reality. Opposite realities are completely possible, based on different peoples’ expectations and beliefs.  One of the most telling examples I’ve ever seen is what’s happening in France around hemp, now that it’s recently been deregulated. French culture prizes sensory delights, and taste is a central value in France.  

Non-THC hemp has recently been deregulated in France, as in other countries. A new craze or fad has resulted.  CBD shops are proliferating, promoting the delightful, amazing  gourmet FLAVOR  of hemp!  

Just coming from the USA, where hemp is all about its medicinal properties, I’m finding the French take on hemp surreal.  And as I learn more about quantum reality — corresponding to the metaphysical  universe found in the teachings of Unity— Truth IS surreal.  Surreal Truth, where human beliefs  create experience and all experiences are possible, is where we need to learn to evolve spiritually. 

In this reality only our limiting beliefs keep us limited. 

About Rev. Rosemary Hyde, Ph.D.

I am a grandmother, a classical homeopath, a mystical poet, and an interfaith minister. I also have a large, enduring place in my heart for Paris. I first spent time in Paris in 1961, as a Fulbright scholar. I remained in France for three years, living also in Toulouse and in Nancy. I have revisited France and Paris multiple times since then, and have come to know central Paris reasonably well. I grew up in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, where there were many Franco-Americans, and their language fascinated me. I was fortunate in 6th grade, when my family moved, to find myself in a Catholic French speaking girls' school, where I had the wonderful fortune of becoming bilingual. It still feeds my soul deeply, to visit Paris, speak French, and reconnect with the little French girl in me. I am serving presently as co-minister at Unity Center of Peace in Chapel Hill, NC. I give talks one or two Sundays a month -- please go to the website, www.unitychapelhill.org, and sign up for the weekly e-news to learn what's going on -- special events, seasonal interfaith ceremonies, and Sunday themes and talks. My vision for the Unity Chapel Hill ministry and for myself is to become a loving, uniting presence in the lives of all those who cross paths with us. That's all there is, really -- loving presence. And so it is. Amen. My goal as a minister is to add richness to life for those who resonate to more than one religious tradition or to none -- those with mixed religions as well as the unchurched, untempled, and unmosqued. All of us, whatever our cultural allegiances, hunger for and need support in finding the transcendent joy that's ours to find in this earthly life. All of us need and want to celebrate beautifully the great and small milemarker moments. All of us crave the beauty of prayer as an expression of our participation in universal love. All of us wish to learn a greater vision, to see our lives opening to the Divine. All of us desire deeply to find serenity and peace that lasts no matter what happens today and tomorrow. This is the meaning of Transcendessence. We find the essence of spirit and transcend the narrow constraints of our bodies and egos. Join us today by subscribing, so you won't miss a single poem, message, prayer, or meditation.
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