Can we break the chains of materialism?

Can we break the chains of materialism?
Explore how prayer brings freedom

[Point Loma, San Diego]: What if the world we see and feel around us were an illusion? We live in a world where advertising creates desire for material things. But materialism goes deeper. Can we free ourselves not only from the hypnotism of advertising, but from all dependence on a matter world? International speaker John Tyler says, “We can free ourselves from these influences! I’ve found in my own life that, through prayer and active love, we can radically change our lives.”

A practitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing, Tyler will present a free interactive talk titled “Can we break the chains of materialism?” on [Saturday July 30, 2:30pm, at Sixth Church of Christ, Scientist, 2340 Chatsworth Blvd., San Diego, CA 92106].

Tyler’s ideas are based on the Bible, the original source book on Christian healing, along with the book Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, a book of universally applicable ideas on practical spirituality. This talk will focus on prayer-based action. Using scenes and ideas from the film “Matrix” as a metaphor, Tyler shows how we can free ourselves from the straightjacket of materialistic thinking. He illustrates this road to freedom with examples of physical and other healings.

Tyler, a long-time activist for civil rights, has degrees from both Princeton University and the Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris, and taught political science at Princeton and the University of Pittsburgh, before becoming a practitioner and teacher of Christian Science healing. He now travels internationally speaking about the power of prayer to bring peace, health, and healing in people’s lives.

3 Responses to “Can we break the chains of materialism?”

  1. Elena Shideler says:

    I hope it was recorded, is it going to be a replay? I missed it!

    • Bill Blok says:

      Sorry I did get back to you sooner, I have been out of town. There is a lecture coming up next month at the Rncho Santa fe Church on the 22nd of October at 10:30 am. I will be posting the details soon on our web site here at . If you would like to receive notices automatically then make sure you subscribe as a follower of our site. You can do so on the right hand column of our web page.

  2. Jobina says:

    Looks like a very enlightening event!

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