Lecture in Zurich postponed: «Miracles - redefined. Experience the divine in everyday life.»

23.04.2020

Thu 23.04.2020, 8.15 p.m. Lecture about Christian Science. «Miracles - redefined. Experience the divine in everyday life.», Heike Arneth, CSB, Munich. Konservatorium,Kleiner Saal, Florhofgasse 6, 8001 Zürich. This lecture is postponed until further notice.

This lecture is postponed until further notice.

Lecturer

Heike Arneth CSB, Munich

Heike Arneth, CSB, Munich
Heike Arneth, CSB, Munich

About the lecturer:

I love God, people, and all of creation, and I love Christian Science. I want to share this love, and my enthusiasm and joy, with others.

I see the many tough situations that people and nations are faced with. Christian Science can help with all of these; and yet it is not just a system of healing and problem-solving. It is much more than this. Among other things, it explains the spiritual principles that are the basis of all being. Through her discovery, Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, not only explained these fundamental principles to us, but also showed us how we can put them into practice. These principles, and the healing and liberating results of applying them, are what I would like to speak to people about. That is why I am a Christian Science lecturer.

How did this come about? The work of Jesus and the stories of healing in the Bible have been an inspiration to me for as long as I can remember. I was first introduced to Christian Science as a teenager, and got to know people who had made it their life's purpose to heal in the same way that Jesus did. I witnessed wonderful healings through Christian Science. This kindled a desire in me to become a Christian Science practitioner myself some day. I first had to complete my schooling and professional training though, and I worked very happily for many years as a bank clerk. Alongside my career, I tried my hand at a number of other things: I founded a modeling agency, organized fashion shows and worked as a beauty therapist. For a while, I counselled prison inmates as part of a project to help them to reintegrate into society.

In my free time, I looked into numerous religions, spiritual perspectives and trends in psychology. But my inner longing for spirituality was never satisfied for long through these things. And so, after much searching, I came back to what had so inspired me as a teenager: Christian Science. I looked more intensively into the principles of Christian Science, continually applying what I had understood. In doing so, I experienced all kinds of healings — for myself, my family and my friends, who were asking for my help more and more frequently. Since 2005, I have been working full-time as a Christian Science Practitioner.


About the lecture:

Miracles - redefined. Experience the divine in everyday life.

This lecture will focus on the following aspects in particular:

  1. Open my eyes, that I may see the wonders of your law. (Psalm 119:18)
  2. A miracle fulfils GOD's law, but does not violate this law. (S&H 134:31)
  3. The miracle introduces no disorder, but unfolds the primal order, establishing the Science of God's unchangeable law. (S&H 135:6-8)
  4. MIRACLE. That which is divinely natural but must be learned humanly; a phenomenon of Science. (S&H 591:21-22)

The speaker will go into these aspects in greater depth and give practical examples.

S&H Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy


You are friendly invited to this public and free lecture by the Christian Science Church in Zurich .

From Zurich Main Station (HB)

At Bahnhofplatz take Tram 3 in direction Klusplatz or Trolleybus 31 in direction Kienastenwies. Get off after 2 stops at "Neumarkt". After arrival, cross the two tram tracks and change to the opposite side of the street at "Hirschengraben". There you will find the Florhofgasse. The conservatory with no. 6 is on the left side. Walking distance from the tram stop is 120m or 3 minutes.

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