November 26, 2017: Rev. Raymont Anderson, Mushin Do Mastering the Art of No Mind

By employing the basic premise of the Japanese idea of Mushin (no mind), we are better able to live in a state of detachment from expectations, resentments, fears, and judgments in a way that frees us to live more in the moment. Our mind is no longer programmed or concerned with the smallness that prevents us from living a blessed life, of being a living blessing, and of seeing the same in, through, and as others.
Like the Samurai, we die daily to the paradigms that stifle, constrict, and deny us the ability to truly and more fully live as beings of divine magnificence; beings of love.