Join Reverend Dr. Heather Clark for an exciting New England journey, visiting the sites where
the New Thought movement began, October 15 – 20, 2018. This is an in-depth and in-person exploration of the Science of Mind Roots. Along with a greater appreciation for this teaching, travelers will also earn credit toward the certificated course, “Exploring Roots.”

The 5-day pilgrimage begins in Bethel, Maine, the
childhood home of Ernest Holmes. Our journey will continue to Newburyport, Massachusetts where we will stay for three nights. Travelers will enjoy a free day on your own to
explore the historic town or take the train to Boston for the opportunity to walk the Freedom trail from downtown Boston to Bunker Hill. The following day we will bus to nearby
Concord, visiting Emerson’s house and walking around Walden Pond. There you will see Henry David Thoreau’s cabin, breathing in the view and inspiration for his most famous poems before returning home.

This is an historic look at the places that shaped the Science of Mind philosophy and an excellent opportunity to deepen your spiritual practices.

For all the details, download this PDF: Tour to the Roots of Science of Mind with Dr Heather

To reserve your spot, contact Dr. Heather at drheather@cslcv.org or visit Spirit Tours to get signed up.