In this teaching, Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick discuss the meaning of Spiritual Psychology, and share insights from their book, Remembering the Light Within: A Course in Soul-Centered Living. Drs. Ron and Mary Hulnick, pioneers in the field of Spiritual Psychology, are the Founding Faculty and Co-Directors of the University of Santa Monica.

Learning Objectives

In this teaching, you will:

  • Analyze the principles of spiritual psychology
  • Compare physical world reality with your inner world reality
  • Assess the relationship between love and dogma in modern religion
  • Develop a practice of living your life as a prayer by speaking kind words
  • Develop a practice of remembering the light within by seeing with the eyes of love

Guiding Thoughts

Before listening to the modules in this teaching, please reflect on the following questions:

  • How well do you understand the differences between “out there”—the illusory stage upon which the play of your life is being enacted and “in here”—the true reality of how you experience life in your heart and soul? 
  • How much attention do you pay to how your use your word? Do you ever speak unkind words to others? To yourself? Would you like to live your life as a prayer by speaking kind words? 
  • How easy or difficult is it for you to remembering the light within you and within others? Would you like to see with the eyes of love and live with an open heart? 

As you listen to the modules in this teaching, actively take notes of any ideas or questions that come to you. You may listen to the modules as many times as you like.

Course Information

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