“A Spiritual Revolution: the Quest to Experience God” – Talk by Giulia Nesi, CSB

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Giulia Nesi, CSB
“A Spiritual Revolution: the Quest to Experience God”
by Giulia Nesi, CSB — from Fairfield, Connecticut

  • Ever wondered if there was more to life than what you were experiencing?
  • Have you looked into different spiritual practices and healing methods?
  • Are you wanting more than just to hear about God?

Giulia has spent her entire career in the healthcare field. She is a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science and former psychotherapist. In her talk, she will explain how experiencing God brings healing to our lives and is possible for anyone, anytime, anywhere. Giulia enjoys talking with people about their spiritual journey and sharing the profound insights contained in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. She’s been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School’s symposium Spirituality & Healing in Medicine, managed a special project established to respond to the growing interest from healthcare professionals in Christian Science, and has lectured widely to both professional healthcare audiences and the general public.

Speaker’s Contact Information

Phone: (203) 292-8224
Email: gnesi.csb@gmail.com
Website: open2spirituality.com

Follow-up Ideas

When I first started studying Christian Science, I spent countless hours studying page 475 in Science and Health. I took Mary Baker Eddy’s answer to the question “What is man” apart–line by line–applying the ideas to myself and others.
It was life changing!
Perhaps you would like to take a look at that page?

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3 thoughts on ““A Spiritual Revolution: the Quest to Experience God” – Talk by Giulia Nesi, CSB

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    Ann Hanson Reply

    I had the pleasure of hearing you speak at our church just last Tuesday 04/09. I related to a couple of your analogies. Regarding the study of Christian Science it’s comparable to learning math. We start with the simple concepts (2+2=4) and build from there. Also, you talked about the “God Hole” the yearning and restlessness we experience until we fill it with “God.” We’ll said and spoken. Great lecture and love the fact I can hear it over and over!

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    Marsha Gaster Reply

    Thank you for your clarity, authenticity and transparency.

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