Lecture: "Time is not a Factor in your Life"

Join us for a lecture, Thursday, March 16, noon and 7pm

See locations and directions below

Exploring Big Ideas: Third-Thursday Lecture Series
For the next three months, we will be sponsoring noon and 7 p.m. lectures on the third Thursday of the month.

First up in our Third-Thursday lecture series is Dave Hohle of Chicago, Illinois on the Big Idea of TIME. His lecture presents the idea that, “Time is not a factor in your life” and explains how this can be a demonstrable fact with practical results to benefit both oneself and others.

Here’s what Dave says about his lecture:

“This talk explores how we can begin to gain spiritual freedom from limitation associated with time and age. Time is a constant in physics, but totally disappears in metaphysics. Time measures matter, but divine Mind or spiritual consciousness is immeasurable and infinite. This talk distinguishes between time and timelessness, age and agelessness, and encourages freedom from mortal limitations associated with time by understanding more about the spiritual nature of life. This understanding leads to more freedom, more productivity, and more harmony.

Time is not a factor in your life is not about how to get the most out of a 24-hour day, but how to gain dominion by living in the timeless, stressless spiritual now. We’ll look at what we mean by eternity.  Is it a never-ending series of nows? What is immediacy? The Bible says, “now is the accepted time; now is the day of salvation.” Could salvation mean, in part, freedom from the mortal tyranny of time?

The talk points out the advantages of identifying ourselves truly as God’s spiritual idea right now – continuous, ageless, useful, and as indestructible as He is – rather than as limited, aging mortals.

Finally, the listener is encouraged to allow his or her thoughts or moments to be God-moments – God-inspired and God-motivated. In this way the listener will be able to begin demonstrating that truly, time is not a factor.”

These free lectures are open to everybody. No matter where you’re from or what you believe, we invite all of you, our neighbors throughout the Seattle area, to attend these lecturers and think with us about how these ideas can help us all experience more freedom of thought and action, a fresh outlook on complex problems, healing of mind and body, and help each other to make Seattle and our world a better place.

Noon at 900 Thomas St, Seattle WA


7 p.m. at 101 Westlake Ave, Seattle WA