Here is one of my current readings from
Two Worlds Spiritualist Centre in
Nanaimo, BC, Canada
At Sunday Service the reading is always
followed by a song and then
the address given by the Medium
Two Worlds Spiritualist Zoom Service for February 7, 2021
Now, I have often heard Spiritualists, including our Ministers, begin a prayer with the words; Divine Source, which is Love. A beautiful thought, a concept sorely needed during these trying pandemic days, but one that is hard to comprehend.
The book, “Abu Talks” states, “God, which is Love, is transcendental, which means that we shall not fathom its depth or measure its height or span its breadth. It is the essence of simplicity, and yet, profound beyond imagining.” And because this concept of God is so profound, it has always been difficult to visualize a specific image.
But as humans, throughout history and across beliefs, there has always been a desire to personify the Divine. So, when you think about a divine source, what does it look like to you? Some may see God as a benevolent grey- haired man with a long flowing beard sitting on a throne up in the clouds, or possibly as Buddha, a smiling, rotund entity sitting eternally cross-legged; and let’s not forget about February’s iconic image of love, the little cherub flying around shooting arrows at all of us!!
Elizabeth Kubler-Ross states, “Love is our experience of the Divine, of sacred holiness.” Spiritualism teaches us that the Divine can be found in every aspect of our universe, in nature, in family, in friends, and in every person, place and thing that we experience.
So, rather than seeing an image for the Divine, try to feel or sense the Divine within you, and around you. That you came from love and will return to love, are truths we can hold onto as we send out our prayers during these difficult times. Know that we are all a part of that Divine Source which is Love.