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Our bodies, being intricately connected and responsive to our minds, remember even the stories our minds have pushed aside. This week, we will explore the mind/body connection, how trauma or pain is translated from the mind to the body, and methods for understanding and releasing these burdens. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/csl-whi…
 
Our bodies are perfectly and wonderfully made! By learning to love our bodies exactly as they are, instead of demanding that they become something they aren’t, we are open to the experience of the here and now and can move into reverence and awe of this absolutely divine creation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/csl-whiterock/message…
 
Sometimes there is value in doing the things that no one else wants to do. It keeps us humble. And yet the choice is ours to do everything we do from a place of gratitude and joy. It means we might have to look at the "trash" in our lives. Who's going to be the one to take out the trash? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/csl-whiterock/…
 
How do we move through life's constant ebb and flow, ride the waves, and stay afloat? Let's explore together the primary emotion of sadness. The blues music genre was created from the sense of sorrow in the lived experience. Sadness can cause us to feel blue, want to be alone, and find comfort in our "pity party." Sometimes it is easier to stay in …
 
Sure, we can all get angry at times. However, because anger is such a negative emotion, wouldn't it be wonderful to know how to diffuse a volatile situation for a peaceful outcome? Focusing on the "eye" of the storm, where there is peace and calm, we can find our way to calm the turbulence in a metaphorical anger storm. Consciously cooling things d…
 
Happiness stems from a state of mind and an attitude. We can choose to shift our attitude by focusing on something that brings us joy, whether from a memory or doing something that is pleasing. Let’s sing, dance, hum, laugh, smile, and shout from a happy place because we’re alive! No matter what’s going on, let’s celebrate life and the joy of livin…
 
Freedom without Fear No Matter What! Spirit has the answer to every human fear and challenge, yet our problems never exist in Spirit. You have a divine right to life without fear, poverty, disease and challenge. Do you ever find yourself not knowing how to get answers and find solutions? Let's talk about accessing Divine Mind to empower greater fre…
 
There are so many types of emotions with varying levels and degrees of intensity. Our emotions are like a spice rack that we can spin to find the one that is the focus of the moment. All emotions are beneficial and have lessons to offer. As we strive for balance in our emotional spectrum, we achieve balance in our life. Rev Karin Wilson has been in…
 
It’s time to get out of our comfort zone and bring our creative selves and whatever it is we are wanting to do, to the world. As stated in the monthly theme summary, when we dare to present our talents, gifts, and passions, we are both vulnerable and victorious. Here’s the issue: if we want to be victorious, we must be vulnerable. We must open our …
 
Rev. Champion Fleming is a minister, organizational development consultant, and leadership coach working with national non-profits and labour unions committed to anti-racist strategies that lead to cultural and political change. Champion has worked for decades on LGBTQIA issues, AIDS awareness, poverty, and racism. Rev. Champion has served CSL Whit…
 
Welcome to “Holy Week” in the Christian tradition, in which we celebrate the One Infinite Creative Presence and Power which informs and guides all spiritual paths. Ramadan began last week, and in addition to today’s honouring of Palm Sunday, we look forward to Good Friday, Passover, and Easter Sunday. The Creator Itself shines through all spiritual…
 
We are God’s “chips off the old block” (per Rocco Errico). Today we move beyond doubts and fears about our abilities, talent, or imagination. Choosing to know ourselves as worthy of and fully connected to the Infinite Creator, we anchor in knowing that we are limitlessly sourced by a Limitless Source--and that includes our creativity! What is true …
 
All month, we’ve been talking about how important a life of play and rest is for our healthiness, both inside and out. There’s another dimension, though – play helps us to build relationships filled with Joy and meaning. What if our whole community embraced the idea of playing together as a key component of healthy living? This week, we’ll explore …
 
Sometimes the brave path isn't always the easy path. It's standing in the fire of life and continuing on. People say that bravery is feeling the fear and doing it anyway. I think it is that but it is also a courageous and quiet path sometimes. Glennon Doyle, in her book "Untamed," says, “Bravery means living from the inside out. Brave means, in eve…
 
Have you ever thought, what happens after New Thought? Perhaps it is No Thought. When we entered into present moment awareness, without attachment to outcome, we open, lose our mind to imagination and lighten up. This state of being, disengages us from our patterns of belief, becoming our access point into the spiritual realm of Creative Intelligen…
 
This week we are contemplating the power of play in all aspects of our lives. Connecting deeply with the Divine, especially when life is challenging, can feel like serious work. What if we allow ourselves to have more fun with universal spiritual laws? What if we infuse our spiritual practices with creativity and play? Rev. Champion will guide us a…
 
What does it mean to belong to a Spiritual Community to you? Join Tamara Rossander, RScP, Spiritual Director as we explore together what we are looking for as a gift when we join a Spiritual Community. How can we participate in our community to work together to manage fear and strengthen our Faith? Let us contribute to making our world better, know…
 
The human being is in a process of transformation and undergoes experiences that help him/her to evolve. The people who are part of our life play a role in that life. They help us to become aware of our weaknesses. Others do nothing more than point out our wounds, it is not others who make us suffer, The real cause is within oneself. Join Rev. Kari…
 
It is essential to observe oneself in order to desist from experiencing compulsive emotional behaviors. This is achieved by replacing automatic thoughts with reasoned thoughts. We are dressed in a body and we have a personality, but we are much more than that; we are divine beings who have come to work on our consciousness, to remember who we truly…
 
Rev. Savanna Noelle said: "One of the greatest things that we're called to see and to know what our present circumstances might be. This is basic, the foundation of The Science of Mind teaching." Check out Rev. Savanna Noelle's talk last Sunday. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/csl-whiterock/message…
 
Who leaves his family voluntarily at 13 to attend a junior seminary on the other side of the country? Who, after many false starts, leaves a successful teaching and coaching career to become a New Thought Minister at 50? Who sells his home and pretty much all of his possessions and moves onto a 32 foot sailboat at 70? The answer is our beloved mini…
 
This week we welcome Amanda Pope, RScP, as she concludes our topic for the month, Living Everyday Wonder with her talk titled, Prove It! Our organization is called the Centre for Spiritual Living (CSL), not Centre for Spiritual Navel-gazing. Living requires active participation, application, and practice. Life is an experience that must be experien…
 
Awareness and appreciation of wonder can only happen in the Now. In fact, everything happens in the Now for there is no other moment. Author Mary O’Malley defines curiosity as the art of bringing our attention and our immediate experience together. In being curious in this way, by being present in wonder, we are transformed by coming into alignment…
 
“What would life look like if we lived as if everything was a miracle?..." In this talk, Rev. Champion explores "miracles as the logical and natural outcome of engaging spiritual laws through consistent spiritual practice. Through an everyday atmosphere of awe, wonderment, curiosity, and play-based thankfulness, we can live the life of our dreams. …
 
This year fades into the new, as the night subtly yet suddenly becomes dawn. As visionary leaders… What dawn chorus sings for the next journey? What magic does the sunrise offer? How are we now called to fulfill the promise of the vision? Hearts fill with gratitude and enthusiasm as the new day breaks, and we have a moment to collect ourselves befo…
 
The sacred continuum cycles upward. What gifts do we offer as the expression of the greater yet-to-be? We greet It with joyful expectancy and awe, following our inner “Star of Wonder, Star of Light.” Check out the latest talk from Rev. Cassandra Rae. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/csl-whiterock/message…
 
In the stillness and surrender is time to pause, peruse, and plan the next descent and ascent, moving from glory to glory as we take in what we have become through this journey. When learning a new skill or undertaking an adventure, a critical step is sitting at the plateau to assimilate and integrate our experiences before finding “what’s next.” I…
 
The journey comes to an end, but we know that is simply the beginning of another cycle and year. At each solstice is a stillness, a few days’ pause between the dwindling light and lengthening days to follow (or vice versa in the Southern Hemisphere). This is a time to sit and be with ourselves right where we are, listening to the still small voice …
 
As we get to trust Spirit and our use of the Law, we begin to feel more and more gratitude apart from or in advance of any demonstration, gifts from Spirit. We discover the power of gratitude in and of itself, what St. Paul was pointing to when he spoke about "giving thanks in all things". Not for all things, IN all things. This Sunday we will expl…
 
We all have experienced moments in our lives where our focus is so myopic on getting to the final destination that we miss the gifts in the journey towards it. Join Rev. Savanna Noelle as she dives in to the spiritual ramifications we receive when we are fully present to the process of change and letting go. It might just surprise you what you find…
 
Seeing the Beauty, Feeling the Grace is this week’s talk title from our very dear Tamara Rossander RScP. Sharing the description, she says: ‘We take another sacred pause to appreciate the beauty, grace, and feeling tone of the presence of Spirit within. We recognize that each point along this journey has brought us beautifully to this place of awak…
 
Where to now? This week, in their talk, The View from Here, Rev. Champion Fleming says, “When we acknowledge that we are living from an ever-expanding consciousness, we know that our ongoing growth and development is inevitable. What do you see? Let's breathe in the view and cast a new future together.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.f…
 
On this, Rev. Cassandra’s last Sunday as spiritual director, you’re invited to join us for a very special gratitude service. Let us acknowledge and celebrate all that we’ve learned together as a spiritual community over the past two years. Affirmation: Goodbyes are not forever. Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean ’ll miss you until we meet a…
 
Have you ever worked really hard to achieve a goal and at some point it gets really hard and you want to give up? This is called the Quitting Zone and it often happens right before a big breakthrough. While it’s a natural part of life as a human, how do we know when it’s time to truly let go or dig deep and keep going? Affirmation: As we go and gro…
 
An African proverb reminds us “alone we can go faster, together we can go further.” Ubuntu is a part of Zulu life philosophy meaning “I am because we are.” In community, we embody a gestalt of consciousness - a whole that is greater than the mere sum of its parts - and each individual is uplifted because of the support of the group. How do we dedic…
 
Rev. Champion Fleming is a minister, organizational development consultant, and leadership coach working with national non-profits and labor unions committed to anti-racist strategies that lead to cultural and political change. Champion has worked for decades on LGBTQIA issues, AIDS awareness, poverty and racism. Check out Rev. Champion's latest ta…
 
Dr. Martin Luther King spoke often of the “Beloved Community,” a world in which all people share the wealth of the earth and violations of human decency are not tolerated. How do we apply spiritual principles to the collective well being of humanity? And what is the role of spiritual community in social change and social justice? "I am a presence o…
 
In spite of the discomfort and obstacles, we persevere and rise. Perhaps, what is in the way is the way, and that we rise not in spite of our challenges and discomforts, but because of them. There is that within us that continues to call us forward and upward on our journey of awakening, that calls us to a greater understanding of ourselves, our re…
 
When we push past our comfort zone, we are often faced with challenges to our old ways of being. Life can feel uncertain and our footing somewhat unstable. What are the Universal Truths we can lean into and deepen our understanding of to help us find our footing and new handholds for this part of our evolutionary journey? “This moving away from com…
 
Rev. Savanna explains: “When we commit to something fully, everything unlike it shows up for us to heal, learn from, reveal, or shift. What would life look like if we harnessed the power of our commitment to bring about greater possibilities, healing, and transformation in ourselves and in the world?” Check out rev. Savanna Riker's Talk. --- Send i…
 
Our talk this week was delivered by our first-time, guest speaker, Rev. Dan Granda. As the Centers for Spiritual Living global organization continues its journey through this time of pause and reflection, we are invited this week is to rise and re-emerge through restoration,integration, self-care and evolution. This is the final step in our “Pause …
 
Have you ever noticed how easy to focus on what's missing? Do you catch yourself or others talking about how there isn't enough both inside and outside of you? While scarcity thinking is common and contagious, enoughness is a given as our Divine birthright. Check out as we explore how to know and feel the spiritual concept of wholeness with Rev. Ca…
 
“Although mental and spiritual sovereignty are our true nature, humanity has tragically forgotten its inner spiritual core. Therefore, we need wisdom reminders.” - Archarya Shunya The spiritual path of awakening is one filled with all the things - nothing in life is excluded. Every experience and emotion can be a part of the awakening and not just …
 
Are you feeling zoom fatigue? Are you tired of not knowing what’s going to happen next? Do you just wish things would go back to normal?! So many of the external circumstances that used to provide us with an inner sense of safety, security, and predictability are not available. This is the perfect opportunity to draw upon the spiritual qualities an…
 
Rev. Cassandra Rae and Rev. Champion Fleming will join forces this week and here is what they have to say about PRIDE Sunday: “You’re invited to join us for a very special Sunday gathering in honour of the LGBTQIA2+ folks in our community. LGBTQIA2+ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual or ally, two…
 
Speaking on The Miracles of Our Sacred Yes, this Sunday is Rev. Champion Fleming, whose powerful description has me very intrigued and excited: ‘Saying yes to the Divine, and to your own divinity, cultivates a consciousness of possibility that allows the Magnificence of Spirit to flow into your life and experience. We often call this a miracle. Liv…
 
Last week, through a series of enjoyable, but non-routine events, I missed the Sunday Gathering which always grounds me with beautiful music, a mind-clearing meditation, uplifting affirmative prayers, and a message from our amazing Spiritual Director that moves my heart and feeds my soul. On Tuesday, I missed the calming meditation provided by our …
 
‘To accurately hear a whisper, you must give it your full attention and focus. Modern-day life has a lot of noise that can keep us distracted and disconnected. However, when you make a commitment to spiritual living, it is wise to begin listening to the whispers of your heart and soul. The Divine is offering you the clarity that leads to your great…
 
Our Sacred Yes is our intriguing July theme. For our talk and our book of the month, Rev. Cassandra Rae describes the following: ‘“Experience the Divine in Your Life with One Sacred Word…Yes.” These are the words on the inside flap of the cover of July’s book of the month, The Sacred Yes: Letters from the Infinite, Volume 1, by Rev. Deborah L. John…
 
For the final piece in our June theme, The Soul’s Call, we are blessed to welcome as speaker our very own Minister of Organizational Development, Rev. Champion Fleming with their topic, The Humility of Liberation: ‘Can we be humble enough to accept the Truth of our own Divinity? Join us this Sunday as we explore spiritual freedom, shared liberation…
 
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