Declaration of Reverend Julie Savoy
What do I want to be when I grow up?
Well, up until a year or so ago, I really had no real answer to this question. I had some ideas, but nothing definitive. It was back in March 2016 that I made the conscious decision to become a Minister and pursue my Doctorate in Metaphysics, as well as Chaplaincy. However, the actual call to be a Minister happened some seventeen years ago.
I actually remember sitting in a dark basement, at my computer, and in a chat room. I was helping someone who was going through some difficulties. It was in a moment of silence that I heard a voice in my mind. It said that I should look at being a Minister as I would help so many people. At that moment my heart felt different. I can not exactly explain it, and I suspect that only those who have heard this call really understand what I mean. It truly is unlike anything I've ever experienced. I never forgot that moment, obviously, and I knew in every fiber of my being, that one day, when the time was right, I would be a Minister.
Well, I guess that time is right, as I stand here, seventeen years later, with the knowledge and wisdom that 17 years of hardships, trials, joys, sorrows and rocky life experiences, I am ready to answer the call. To share not just the Love and Light of God, but also the Laughter of our Creator, The Divine, The Source, the I Am. I bring to my new healing ministry my own personal experiences, the lessons shared with me by others, my skills and their continued development. I also bring my openness to be just as much the student as I am the teacher.
Some of my greatest teachers have been those closest to me, whether in person or just in my heart. I bring attention and gratitude to you all. My children, Nathan, Sharon and Bethany, who I had the greatest honour to bring forth into this beautiful world. My husband Glenn Savoy, who loves me unconditionally and is my best friend! My parents, Marion and Mike Unsworth, who have loved me and taught me so much, and continue to do so even now.
My three soul sisters, Amanda D, Anne F, and Victoria W, we have known each other for longer than we care to admit lest we feel old! And my dearest friends and Lions Family, who all mean so much to me. I am eternally grateful and blessed by your support in my undertaking today and the beautiful friendships we share, regardless of distance. All of you have contributed in some way to what I am doing today, and for this I am deeply moved.
There are many aspects to being a Minister and for me, one of the most important facets is summed up in a rather simple statement which says: I represent the Divine love and light that created me, and as such it is my duty to extend that love and light to all I meet.
As I repeat this affirmation in my mind, I feel it with my heart, and I know that what is happening today is to be my highest calling and my deepest responsibility, and I affirm that I am ready and willing to walk this path. A path that is leading me to New Brunswick, besides the St. John River, with a renewed purpose and direction as I enter my crone years.
It brings me such joy and blessings to be able to help others on their own journey, by sharing myself, my abilities and skills, and most of all, the Love and Light of God.
And So It Is.
Reverend Julie Savoy
Declared at the Time of Ordination on April 28th 2017
Canadian International Metaphysical Ministry,
The Rising Sun , 10330 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON.
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