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Upcoming In-Person Events with Thomas Razzeto

On Hold: Weekly In-Person Spiritual Discussions (Satsangs)

Unity Church Santa Barbara

We used to meet every Tuesday at Unity Church in Santa Barbara but this is now on hold. I have left the following general information here just in case some people become inspired enough to email me to let me know that they are interested. If there is enough interest, perhaps we can get a group going again.

By the way, since we are not holding in-person satsangs, perhaps you will be inspired to meet with me online or check out some of my YouTube videos of past events.

Here is the information about the satsangs that we held in the past:

We talk about enlightenment, spiritual growth and awakening. This understanding is sometimes called “nondual wisdom” because God and creation are seen as One Reality, not two. My presentations are in simple, clear English, rather than the ancient language of Buddhism, Hinduism or other religions that have a nondual core to them. But people familiar with those religions will recognize some of those core ideas in what I present.

We start with a 30-minute meditation, which is followed by a short talk and then a discussion with questions and answers. Please join us if you are inspired.

Cost: Free yet donations are greatly appreciated to help offset the modest rent of the room. The total rent is just $25 per night so we should be able to cover that with just a few dollars per person but please come even if you are more comfortable simply offering your divine presence, which is of course, priceless. As Stevie Wonder sang on his "Songs in the Key of Life" album, "True love asks for nothing. Her acceptance is the way we pay."

Unity Church is located at 227 East Arrellaga Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

Here is a map with a link for directions: Map.

Parking: If you are early, the best parking is in the small parking lot off of Arrellaga, right near the buildings. That lot has 9 regular spaces and two extra-wide "blue" parking spaces and it's on the same level as the room we use. The main parking lot is directly above the chuch and its entrance is on Valerio. Look for the two, small white and blue signs on Valerio that say, "Unity Parking." There is plenty of parking in that lot, which also offers two extra-wide "blue" parking spaces. From that lot, you walk down about 8 steps or use the the long, sloped ramp that leads to the cluster of buildings. There is also near-by on-street parking.

Unity Church office landline: (805) 966-2239.

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In truth, I honor your divine nature, Thomas Razzeto

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