Can Love Really Heal Fear and Hatred?

So many teachers and traditions tell us that love heals all things. But how does this actually happen? And if love is that powerful, how come it hasn't worked yet? Join Rabbi Ted in Lynnwood or on Whidbey Island (or both) to explore these important, and timely, questions.
  • Spiritual Saturday

    An inclusive Shabbat experience

    November 17, 11 AM, Unity in Lynnwood

    16727 Alderwood Mall Parkway
    With musicians Jenny and Jack Heutmaker.
    The services live stream on Ted Falcon's Facebook page.
  • Sunday Worship

    November 18, 10 AM, Unity of Whidbey

    5671 Crawford Rd, Langley.
    With musicians Stephen Merritt and Jon Ramer.
Next month, Spiritual Saturday will be on December 8. In 2019, with the exception of March, our intentional spiritual community will gather on the second Saturday of the month: Jan.12, Feb. 9, March 2, April 13, May 11, June 8, July 13, August 10, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9, Dec. 14.

Competing urges within

Our spiritual traditions direct us toward the more inclusive identity within each of us that contains the opposites which otherwise polarize us internally. When we are caught up in our personality identity, we must always choose one side or the other, within ourselves and within our world. Our more inclusive identity allows us to contain both the Esau and the Jacob. It allows our birthright to be a synthesis of body and of mind.

from Weekly Focus


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Spiritual guide, author, teacher, therapist
Rabbi Ted Falcon, PhD, is a Reform Rabbi with a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology who has pioneered the revival of authentic Jewish spiritual traditions. Rabbi Ted founded universally-focused synagogue communities in Los Angeles and in Seattle, and now presents and writes as the rabbi of the Interfaith Amigos. He is a spiritual therapist in private practice, and a popular speaker and teacher of a universal spirituality honoring the interconnectedness of all life.



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