Unity welcomes speaker on conscious evolution

Unity Spiritual Center invites all to hear special guest speaker, Vince Lisi, on Sunday, March 2. Lisi, a philosopher and faculty member of both Youngstown State University and Penn State University, will speak on moving forward in conscious evolution while facing questions of limitations and vulnerability.

Lisi will speak at Unity's 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services, and conduct a workshop from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Unity is located at 23855 Detroit Road, a block west of Clague. Details at www.unityspiritualcenter.com or call 440-835-0400.  

Lisi's address will highlight the need for spokespeople for ideas "whose time have come" – people who are able to speak to the evolution of consciousness such as presented in a recent Time Magazine cover story. He says "each of us must make a proclamation of emancipation from the slavery of the ego; each of us must make an amendment (the 13th regarding slavery) to change our lives, and not to allow the fears of the present to stop the possibilities of the future." 

Lisi's workshop from 1-3 p.m. (suggested donation $20) will go deeper into moving forward in conscious evolution. The workshop teaches people to move beyond lingering doubts of being "only human" and to embrace a lifestyle that is truly worthy of the "child of God" that each person is here to experience.

For people willing to think beyond our current world situation and take responsibility for moving forward, Lisi will be a very inspirational speaker. He is back by popular demand at Unity Spiritual Center.

Lisi has master's degrees in philosophy from the Catholic University of America (Washington, D.C.) and in theology from the Athenaeum of Ohio (Cincinnati). He is presently on the faculties of philosophy and religious studies at Youngstown and Penn State's Shenango campus. He also serves one day a week as a chaplain in the spiritual care department of St. Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center in Youngstown. He teaches people how to meditate, does one-to-one spiritual direction, and is a gifted spiritual counselor.

Terri Brewer

Unity Spiritual Center in Westlake.

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