November 2012 Theme – A Cornucopia of Good
A Cornucopia, or Horn of Plenty, is a symbol of abundance and nourishment, commonly overflowing with produce, flowers, nuts, other edibles, or wealth in some form. Originating in classical antiquity, it has continued as a symbol particularly associated with the Thanksgiving holiday. This month, we prepare for that holiday as we experience a Cornucopia of Good by looking at a variety of rich and nourishing topics!
November Talk 1 “Nothing is Too Great or Too Small”
We tend to think that it is easier to create the small “miracles” than big ones. Manifesting a parking space may be easy, but healing an illness, well that’s a different story. The truth is, everything we create comes from the same Source and to that Source there is no great or small. It is only in our thinking that the difference occurs. Today, we will begin to think differently.
November Talk 2 - “Bringing Meaning To It All”
What is the real meaning, the deep and abiding meaning, behind all that we do in life? Yes, manifesting our dreams and desires is exciting and is what we are meant to do. And having a fuller, freer more expanded experience of who we are is important – it really is important – yet, there is something more important. There is a greater gift. The TRUE gift in the long walk of living our vision and attaining our dreams is who we become along the way. Today we begin with the end in mind as we bring meaning to it all.
November Talk 3 – “Filling Our Cornucopia”
[MINISTERS’ NOTE: This talk requires a number of props, so be sure to look at it ahead of time so you can be prepared in advance.]
We set the tone for our Thanksgiving holiday this morning in a variety of joyous rituals as we fill our Cornucopia of Good with tangible symbols of love and gratitude. You will be uplifted and you will be moved by your presence here today. No doubt about it!
November Talk 4 – “A Grateful Heart”
[MINISTERS’ NOTE: This talk includes “testimonials” from individuals or an organization or two that your center has supported/served/helped – so you’ll need to get them lined up in advance. Because of that, this is an easy talk for you to prepare and give. That’s my Thanksgiving gift to you!]
To quote a line in a beautiful Jami Lulu song, “We have so much to be grateful than to be sorry for!” This Sunday we conclude filling our Cornucopia of Good by filling our hearts with gratitude. Come learn how you are creating a morphic field of good that is changing the world. And if you don’t know what that means, then all the more reason to be with us this final Sunday in November!
My life is a Cornucopia of Good as I live, breath and having my being in the fullness of God’s abundance and love. My heart is filled with gratitude, and I give thanks!