"Living In the Eternal Now" will be the topic shared in a public talk by Kalar Carol Holland at 11 a.m. Sunday at Christ Unity Church, 105 McBrien Road.
Ms. Holland says the busyness of life and time constantly ticking by can often make people feel trapped in their personal lives, seemingly with barely enough time to catch a deep breath. Simple techniques of visualization, affirmation, and meditation can help create a deep space within, beyond time. From this space, one can be renewed, regenerated, and a connection made between the head and the heart. From this place, more direct contact with the soul can be made.
Originally from Georgia, Ms. Holland received the gifts of spiritual vision and has served more than 25 years as a facilitator for transformation of consciousness to a soul directed life. In her own soul journey, Ms. Holland has survived a rape at knifepoint as a young teen, worked as a journalist in the USAF in the Vietnam era, had a career in the film and theater industry in LA, before aligning as a spiritual channel living and working in more than 10 countries. She has also become an Australian citizen, and has worked with outback Aboriginal women.
Music before the talk will be provided by Ms. Holland's New Zealander husband, Brett Hallam Holland, acoustic guitar instrumentalist, who has been sharing his music in America.
Christ Unity Church is a center supporting individual spiritual growth, recognizing the Christ within and the divine nature of humankind.