The Fall Equinox and the leaves beginning to fall from the trees invites us let go of what we no longer need or are using and to let go of that which does not serve us. In turn, we are open ourselves to good.
In order to have peace in the world, we begin by creating peace within ourselves, peace within our relationship, homes and places of work. One of the things that supports this peace is forgiveness of ourselves and others.
When things are unsettled or unsure it is easy to worry and feel angst. We think we have to figure things out now, and find the solution instantly. While we are in a “wait and see mode”, we can move from desiring to allowing, and then rest in trust. Here’s how.
When the world is tumultuous or uncertain, how do you not get emotionally caught up in it, and not get stuck in feelings of worry, fear, or despair? Here are three techniques to help you stay centered and to not get stuck in those feelings.
When things are challenging in our lives, we are invited to elevate our perspective, so that we are able to see the Infinite that is behind and within the difficult situation. With our new perspective comes an opening within us for healing of that circumstance.
When things are challenging or troublesome in your life and in the world, who takes care of you? Do you take good care of yourself, do things that are nurturing and healing to you? Or do just remain in the chaos?
It is only when we stop long enough to see where we are, to really see who is before us, and recognize the awesomeness of the place that we stand, that we can experience the Sacred and the sacredness of life. When we are fully present in the moment, we witness the beauty, joy and […]
Do you ever wonder how to explain Religious Science in simple terms to someone who is unfamiliar with it? Is it a philosophy or a religion or both? What does Ernest Holmes mean when he says, “that God is a self-existent cause”? And what are the limitations on Spiritual Mind Treatment? Join us for a […]
Oftentimes we become overwhelmed with the problems or challenges that show up in our lives. When we remind ourselves of Who We Are, endowed with all of the qualities of the Infinite, we are able to move through these situations with confidence and assurance.
We all have times in our lives where we experience dis-ease of some sort. It is so easy to feel worried, afraid, and anxious when we are unsure of the outcome of something that we want dearly. We are called to keep our mind “stayed on Spirit” and to remember that God is the only […]
On this 4th of July we celebrate the principle of freedom. When we make room for freedom we create space for the Infinite Potential within to unfold in a greater way. This holiday to inspires us to hold a high vision of freedom for ourselves and our country.
What do you do when life throws you a curve ball, when you can’t see a solution to what is happening, and can’t see a way forward? Do you worry and stress? Perhaps it is time to try something different.
When we allow ourselves to access and express both masculine and feminine qualities within us, whether we are a man or a woman, we live with greater freedom and live a more satisfying and empowered life.
Have you ever had the experience of something becoming so painful that it forced you to finally make a change? Any experience of pain holds a message and an invitation. There is something greater that wants to come forward.
Do you ever overwhelmed with a problem because you think that there is no solution? Or do you get worried about something because you think there is no answer? In Truth, every solution to every problem and every answer to every question is already known and available in Mind. Will you listen?
How grateful are you to all of the people who have added to your life and made it better? Some of those people lived before we were even born. Celebrate with us the many people who contributed to your life and be inspired to be that person for those who come after you.
What’s the point of doing a regular spiritual practice? Wayne Muller tells us, “The heart of most spiritual practices is simply this: Remember who you are. Remember what is sacred. Remember what you love. Remember what is true. Remember how you wish to live.” Spiritual practice also helps us get unstuck from what isn’t working […]
Studies show that self-compassion leads to greater self-worth, even more than high self-esteem leads to self-worth. When we treat ourselves with compassion and kindness our self-worth increases, we feel more connected to humanity, and we create a safe space within us for growth and change, peace and well-being.
It only takes looking at Mother Nature to recognize the opulence and creativity of life. This same opulence and creativity expresses as our lives also. When we plant seeds of intention, we must provide good soil for them to grow and come to full fruition. Here’s how…
Do you ever find it hard to let go? We want to hold on because we think that will keep us safe. In reality, holding on only keeps us stuck and keeps us small. Letting go opens us to something greater, and to a more expansive life.
Do you know that you possess the ability to bless? Did you know that blessing others blesses you at the same time? Recognizing how blessed we are changes our experience of life. Blessing the people around us, through our actions, our words or bestowing a blessing upon them blesses us both.
The example of people who are living a deeply spiritual life, like Father Gregory Boyle, inspires us to be different. His example invites us to ask ourselves, “Why am I here? And what am I doing to be that?”
As spiritual beings we have a need to feel our spirit and to live from our spirit. Walking a spiritual path enables us to do just that. In turn, it changes us, it changes our lives and it changes the world around us.
The symbolism of the Easter story is a reminder that we must let go of the lesser in order to move into that which is greater. It is also a reminder that we must tap into That within us, which is eternal and immortal. From there we are able to rise above and beyond