Sacred Meditation in the Desert With Agape Sunday Service Live Streaming

Sacred Meditation With Rev. Michael Beckwith at Agape International Spiritual Center in Culver City

My purpose in life is to reveal the experience of God to you. I am a paralegal in the desert with a really mediocre meditation practice. I am a hypocrite. This is my confessional. I need to practice what I preach. I need sacred meditation. 

It is Sunday morning in Twentynine Palms and I am live streaming Agape. I started attending Agape in 2008 and was a semi-regular on and off for eight years. I did sacred service as a Parking Angel and joined the “I AM” men’s ministry. I auditioned and joined the Agape Choir, and then I stopped going. I got Agape burnout. Now I am in emotional spiritual bliss as I listen to Agape Culver City in the middle of nowhere in Twentynine Palms. 

Earlier this year I even lived two miles from Agape and I walked there a few times. Throughout the years I have lived away from Agape  including living for seven months in Philadelphia last winter. However I never live streamed or any streamed Agape until this August morning in the middle of nowhere in the California desert.

I am in escsacy listening to my man the Reverend Dr. Michael Bernard Beckwith. I love him right her right now listening to him scream and shout. I am a moron who has denigrated the Rev. for his Southern Baptist foot stomping style of preaching American New Thought and Religious Science. Rev. Beckwith is not your typical new thought minister and now I love him for it. I am not your typical anything. I am a spiritual eccentric myself. I now re-define my love and respect for Rev. Beckwith. 


Sacred Meditation and American New Thought


I learned Christian sacred meditation through Religious Science and Joel Goldsmith. Rev. Beckwith was ordained by the Church of Religious Science. Meditation is an important part of Sunday and Wednesday Services at Agape.


Live Streaming Sacred Meditation From Agape


I am crying sweet tears of spiritual bliss listening to the Rev. Coco Stewart and all of my loved associates, friends, lovers and total strangers at Agape. I think of Thanksgiving at Agape and get even more emotional. I love Agape. I love Rev. Beckwith. I love the spirit and the bricks and mortar of 5700 Buckingham Parkway in Culver City.

Right now the Rev. is talking about the light taking over. He asking us to step up to the proverbial plate and allow the home run happen when it comes you becoming the real you. No longer identify with mediocrity. I stand for excellence, that is the meaning of my life and I mean this. 

I have just decided that it is better to listen to Agape on my laptop than attend an mediocre service at a run of the mill desert Christian fellowship. I will be eagerly looking forward to listening to the Wednesday night service. I could have been live streaming Wednesday night service when I lived in Culver City.

I can really feel the spirit of God in Beckwith when he is up there telling me to awaken to my real self, my authentic self to waken up! Be the harbingers and the way showers of love to the planet. Love and sharing will become the norm. It is not something that runs out. Form follows consciousness! He just said it. Let gratitude take over your service. Let your surface mind to sit down if it wants. 

Beckwith even mentioned Krishna Consciousness, one of the category topics on this blog. What an incredible gift from God to have just live streamed Agape from 6:30 a.m. to 1:01 p.m and beyond. Seven hours of Sunday morning sacred meditation service programming that resonates with my heart.

I got the topic word sacred mediation from the Rev. Beckwith this morning by live streaming on the Internet this morning. Now I publish this sacred meditation article out onto the Internet. I am in brother sister consciousness with the entire planet on this sacred Sunday. I have never felt this way before. I feel love and passion and the power of my authentic self unfolding. 

I am creating in love with the entire Agape congregation. Beckwith really goes over the top and extends the third Sunday morning service. It goes on and on forever. Beckwith finally says, “Oh we gotta go!” I have been there doing that, loving and worshiping at the extra long third sacred meditation service on Sunday.  

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By Dean McAdams

Born a poor peckerwood in a Tujunga holler, Dean overeducated himself beyond his social station to end up a retired paralegal in the coastal paradise of West L.A.