Introducing Spirit Syrsha
Spirit Syrsha has been an
influence in Rev. Stephen Fulton's life since the
age of five. He began trance channeling through
Rev. Stephen, since the medium was 29 years of age, for now, approximately
While he has experienced many
life journeys -- as have we all -- Syrsha relates, at this time, most
closely to an ancient Egyptian experience. He is well-experienced and
versed in the ancient religious concepts of Egypt, Judaism, and early
He has a unique ability to
blend the threads of these three perspectives into a tapestry which reveals
the mystery and the wonder of life; something we need so badly today.
Syrsha believes that we have
lost touch with the experience which an awareness of our spirits brings to
life. He reminds us, constantly, that we are eternally spirit, residing,
from time to time, within this physical world.
Every third Sunday of the
month, he addresses the congregation, at our worship service. He also
presents classes and spiritual retreats several times a year.
Spirit Syrsha is kind, gentle,
sensitive, and filled with a loving humor. He endeavors to help people get
in touch with the ancient part of themselves -- their spirit. He believes
that, if we can get in touch with this part of ourselves, then, we can
bring hope, faith, wonder, and happiness back into our lives.
"Cynicism is a sign of
the absence of remembrance of our spirit," he says. "Regain your
wholeness and you can once again believe in yourself, God, and others. Then,
you will rediscover trust, truth, and hope within you."
Spirit Syrsha is fascinated
with the concept of the Internet. "I have gone from Hieroglyphs to
megabytes," he says.
We hope that you will let him
into your heart. He will stir your soul, so that you can feel, your spirit,
The ancient Hieroglyph of the
billowing sail has been chosen by Syrsha as a personal symbol. This ancient
symbol so beautifully represents all that he stands for.
This Hieroglyph depicts wind,
air, movement, and the journey.
The character conveys the
concept underlying the action of spirit and body: the physical sail of the
body is filled with the wind of the spirit.
To the ancient Egyptians, the
element of air conveyed the concepts of motion, journey, and communication.
On a higher level, it represents the forces of thought, heart,
intelligence, and spirit.
One of the earliest
communications from Syrsha was a parable, called The Journey in Search of
Truth. This parable uses the symbols of a sailing ship and lighthouse, in
order to explain the journey of the earthly traveler, in search of his/her
spirit. Over the years, it has inspired hundreds. Soon, it will be
available, narrated to music.
Syrsha's motto has always been: "We have
come to be the wind in your sails; to help give you movement, but not to
It is interesting to note that
this Hieroglyph was just recently given to Rev. Fulton, by Syrsha, as we
were contemplating upon what symbol to use as a representation of Syrsha
and his work.
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