What road are you traveling?

by Susyn on July 30, 2012

I live in a beautiful part of the United States — on the east end of Long Island, New York.   You may know this area by another name, The Hamptons.  As beautiful as the physical environment is, there is an amazing, heart-warming spiritual community here.  I think of it as The Un-Church Church – the official name is The New Thought Spiritual Center of Eastern Long Island.

Since I have been traveling a lot this year promoting my book, The Inspired Life, often make plans so I will be home on Sunday mornings to participate in the Sunday Service and a few times a year I deliver the sermon, the message.  I got to do this recently when I was in town.  The theme for the month was Freedom.  One of the gifts of being invited to speak is that as I prepare my 20 minute message, I get to explore the topic.

As I thought about freedom, and spiritual freedom in particular, many questions popped into my mind:

  • What is freedom?
  • What blocks me from experiencing freedom
  • What is the freedom road?
  • Who would I be, if I allowed myself to truly be me?

What I discovered, as with everything else in life, is that freedom is a choice.  This choice begins in our mind.  Do I experience the circumstances of my life as though I am a victim or do I choose to view every circumstance as expression of love or an invitation to deepen and expand my capacity to be, give and receive love?

Here is the message I gave on July 15th:  Are You Traveling the Freedom Road?  Listen to it and let me know your thoughts on freedom and the road you are traveling.

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monica August 16, 2012 at 7:36 am

I really enjoyed your talk. It resonated with me and I was very inspired by it. So much so that I forwarded it to my dad and sister. I think there should be much more focus on this type of thinking and lifestyle that how programmed we have become through media and consumerism. I wish they would incorporate this knowledge and healthy mind, body, spirit connection in our schools. It would certainly improve a generation to a kind, respectful and have a better impact in own hearts, families, communities, cities, provinces or states, countries. I would have benefited a lot more hearing positive messages than I have wood work or art. Thank you for enlightening my day and I am spreading the word about your website. Thanks again, Monica


Sandeep December 27, 2012 at 2:13 pm

Jason, great photos! Marty and I are tninkihg about going to Glacier for our 25th Wedding Anniversary (which was actually yesterday) sometime in September. Well, we need to decide between Glacier and Vancouver Island, BC. Hmmm, after seeing your pics, I’m tninkihg GLACIER!!! Will you be at the AOPC meeting on the 19th? We definitely will want to hear all about your Expedition!


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