Dalai Lama’s talk in Fayetteville – The Path to Non-Violence

On Wednesday, May 11, 2011, I attended the one day visit by His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama, The Dalai Lama, 76, is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people and a 1989 Nobel Peace Prize winner.

This greatdalai-lama-talk event was held at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas to about 14,000 attending. The Dalai Lama was joined by Sister Helen Prejean, author of “Dead Man Walking,” and former Martin Luther King, Jr. associate, Vincent Harding, for a panel discussion in Bud Walton Arena.

The Dalai Lama’s Talk, entitled ‘The Path to Non-violence in the New Century: The Way Forward,’ given here in Arkansas, in the South, is, in my opinion, an opening for enlightenment for one and all. In talking about non-violence, He used words like Compassion, awareness, caring, clarity, true happiness and generosity, as Principles in our human lives.

He spoke in simple terms…. of love and forgiveness:

In non-violence, action motivated by compassion and awareness is a Principle we can all follow.

We can love the Actor but not always the Action.

My enemy is my teacher. The non-violence of Jesus’ harmony of forgiveness changes the heart. Tibetans follow same practices of patience, forgiveness and tolerance. The enemy is the opportunity for Action of Compassion. Some action is wrong. Human mentality needs to be compassionate, patient, calm.

dalai-lama-arkansasThe Dalai Lama spoke a lot on Being Satisfied. To have a happy life in the human, to manifest the action, within ourselves and without, of faith in God, which brings an inner peace If there is a solution to problems, there is no need to worry…. and if there is no solution to problems, there is no point in being overwhelmed by them.

It is wonderful to contemplate these messages and to send them out into the world and bless others. If you did not attend or follow the live stream, you can find the morning and afternoon talks online at these links:

  • To view the morning panel discussion—”Turning Swords into Ploughshares: The Many Paths of Nonviolence”—with His Holiness, Sister Helen Prejean, Professor Vincent Harding, and Professor Sidney Burris, click here.
  • To view the afternoon keynote featuring His Holiness—”Nonviolence in the New Century: The Way Forward”—click here.
  • As soon as the transcripts are made available, they will be posted on the University’s Dalai Lama website.

Lucinda’s Blog Talk Radio Interview

A 30 minute interview of my spiritual journey appeared on the internet Blog Talk Radio show, “Love your Inner Child’ series, on November 19th, 2010. Enjoy! (Interview starts about 3 minutes in, after introductions etc)

Lucinda shares about her personal transformation that led to her ministry calling. Being a Christian Science Teacher for 40 years, she has lots of proofs of healing through metaphysical oneness with Spirit. Highlights: Divine Science is what makes it possible. Recognize that it is possible to develop a Christ Consciousness for yourself. Meditation on God and inspiration from favorite books yields beautiful results. Soul growth and all types of human challenges are shifted with her requested assistance. It’s the divine way to Love Your Inner Child.

The Importance of Meditation

All are welcome every Monday evening, wherever you are,  for a meditation gathering held in Hot Springs, Arkansas at 7 p.m.

We focus on silent meditation and prayer.  We also listen to tapes and CD’s regarding  The Infinite Way and readings from some of the 35 published books by Joel S. Goldsmith.

Please join us in Blessings to one and all.

Abundance: Body, Mind and Soul

Spiritual Abundance makes all things new. Spiritual Abundance gives us a new vision of supply through meditation and prayer, which includes body, mind and soul, free of stress and strain.

In this CD, we are taking a higher view of abundance and supply. We are going to take our body, and our sense of body, life and health, including wealth, right out of human concepts and place them where they belong, in their natural, native element of God’s abundance.

Security & Safety

Can we say, ‘I live in a place of peace, in a space of security and safety?’

‘Yes, we can,’ for ‘We…live and move and have our being in Spirit, God’!

The very space you stand on is holy ground.

Grace be with you, always,