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Silencing shame and guilt

 Sentinel Audio Chat
Audio begins on April 16, 2013 at 2:00 pm EDT. Please come back to hear the broadcast!
Joni Overton-Jung
Feelings of guilt or shame don’t necessarily stem from dark hidden places. Sometimes they crop up in the smallest ways, as undercurrents of uncertainty, anxiety, or regret. Yet at the heart of any dark pattern of thought is a demand for light. No matter what issues you’re grappling with in your life, big or small, divine Love is inviting you to see your life in the light of God’s love. Guilt, shame, and regret are fragile smokescreens that can actually turn us to God—compelling us to discover the innate purity, goodness, and integrity of our lives.
To explore how to move past guilt and shame, bring your thoughts and questions, and join this chat with Christian Science practitioner and teacher Joni Overton-Jung from Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.
About Joni Overton-Jung: After serving in the Peace Corps in Botswana, Africa, Joni began her practice of Christian Science healing in Chicago in 1989. For three years she served as a volunteer chaplain at Read Mental Health Centre in Chicago. Between 1995 and 2004 she travelled throughout North America and South Africa, giving lectures and workshops on spirituality and healing in prisons, community centers, universities, and churches as a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. In 2003 Joni became accredited to teach Christian Science healing. She continues her practice of healing and teaching from her home in Port Hope, Ontario, Canada.

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