March 2015

Michael Mirdad

Michael Mirdad

I’ve lived in Sedona for nearly four years now and have been blessed to meet numerous, extraordinary people – nearly all of them at Unity of Sedona. And although many of them have incredible gifts, ranging from creativity to channeling, the people who impress me most are those who actually LIVE the life of someone who is spiritual, rather than just “talking the talk.” In my experience, these individuals are usually loving, authentic, giving, and yet able to get things done, as well as having no agendas in their relationships. Doesn’t that sound like the same kinds of people we all want to meet more often? And when we do finally come across such souls, it’s always a little harder to say “farewell for now.”

I can’t help but notice the large number of friends, employees, and students who have come to me lately to tell me of the loss of a loved one. Clearly, change (including loss) is in the air, symbolized by our current experience of losses and our eventual resurrection from these current deaths or changes. This also means that Easter (and the Spring Equinox) is just around the corner. Continue reading