Touching the Stillness
Tune in each week to hear a compelling, soul-stirring meditation that takes you deep but leaves you jazzed. Using the gift of her mesmerizing voice, Rev. Paulette partners in prayer with listeners through the spoken word. Meditation and prayer might take on a whole new meaning in your life!
|Tuesday, July 31, 2018A Semicolon; Not a Period
Beloved Touching the Stillness host Rev. Paulette Pipe bids farewell to Unity Online Radio. Before she heads into the mystery of what’s next, she assures listeners it’s more like a pause…
|Tuesday, July 24, 2018It's Time!
No one was more stunned than our host, by three little words whispered in her ear. In preparation for this episode’s meditation and prayers, she shares with listeners how she came to make a tough…
|Tuesday, July 17, 2018A Body of Light
When episode guest, author, and optometrist Dr. Jacob Liberman, experienced a miraculous healing of his eyesight, it opened him up to…
|Tuesday, July 10, 2018Intentional Awareness
How can engaging the five senses in a mindfulness practice possibly bring about miraculous manifestations? Our host suggests being intentional in our awareness provides a gateway for genius ideas…
|Tuesday, July 3, 2018Daring Faith
Three ordinary women who exhibited soul-shaking nerve and changed their lives with daring faith are the inspiration for this episode’s meditation and affirmative prayers.
|Tuesday, June 26, 2018Guardians of Tomorrow’s Generation “Who will take care of the children?” asked Unity cofounder Myrtle Fillmore in 1893. This episode’s meditation is dedicated to the little ones and the heart-centered guardians who—regardless of…|
|Tuesday, June 12, 2018The Rescue Remedy
While the advert our host spotted on the London Tube was designed for harried commuters, she encourages listeners to use this clever remedy to create breathing space of their own.
|Tuesday, June 5, 2018The Meditator’s Travel Log Oh, the places we will go when our practice becomes second nature. After a nine-year hiatus, Rev. Paulette found her way home, in more ways than one, during an inadvertent meditation pilgrimage in…|
|Tuesday, May 15, 2018Sit It Out It’s not unusual to hit a brick wall in our meditation practice at some point. But when the luster wears off, are there strategies we can use to stick with our practice, instead of succumbing to the…|
|Tuesday, May 8, 2018A Waiting Grace What’s your first instinct when someone holds up the line or the traffic in front of you? Do you tap your feet, rap your fingers, or let out a deep sigh? Perhaps there’s an alternative to make better…|