This class takes its title from the writings of Unity cofounder, Myrtle Fillmore. Reverend Stacey will also be presenting this class in August at the Chautauqua Institution in Upstate New York. Myrtle described “day consciousness” as our chosen actions in contrast to “night consciousness” when we have exhausted our understanding and must be renewed by the Spirit of Truth. Charles Fillmore depicted this same alternation of consciousness by saying our “soul is pivotal.” Through our senses, we look on the world and gather information and
then pivot to our inner life of soul where we find meaning and guidance. The objective of this class is for participants to discover their own degree of balance between activity and insight.