What did Gandhi mean by “Be the change you want to see in the world?
He meant, “If you want to change the world, change your consciousness.”
How do we change our consciousness?
At UMS, Spiritual Psychology is our road map.
Spiritual psychology reminds us what we already knew, but may have forgotten at times:
Authentic fulfillment comes from living from the inside-out instead of the outside-in. Instead of reacting to outer circumstances and relationships, spiritual psychology reminds us how to
- focus our divine Loving for miraculous healing;
- share our intuitive Wisdom in a way that empowers others free of their issues;
- claim our creative Power to manifest our ideal life.
University of Mount Shasta graduates are transforming the world of business, government, medicine, media, counseling, law, education, family, and more by first diligently embarking on the journey of self-transformation through UMS’s experiential programs in Holistic Healing, Spiritual Psychology, and Life Empowerment Coaching.
What they have discovered is available to you.
To change the world, you need not look further than your own consciousness.
One choice to transform your consciousness can change your life and countless other’s lives forever.
Your life is your choice.