Sunday, Oct. 6, Workshop with Jeffon Seely

Living From Source: How to Master the Art of Being Join us on Sunday, October 6, from 12:30 p.m. to 2, when the new-thought leader and motivational speaker, Jeffon Seely, returns to the Center for Spiritual Living Capistrano Valley in San Clemente, California, to offer his newest workshop Living From Source. The Workshop provides a…

The Science Behind Science of Mind

I just love when modern science supports what Ernest Holmes declared nearly 100 years ago. Recently, I discovered an appreciation for podcasts. While hopping from one inspiring podcast to the next, I found Dr. Sasha Heinz, a positive psychologist and life coach. I think, if Ernest was living today, he might also be considered a…

The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Recently, I watched Brene Brown’s Call to Courage on Netfix. This one-hour talk was funny, insightful and inspiring in true Brene fashion. I absolutely recommend watching it. One of my greatest take-aways was this: “When faced with uncertainty, we are hardwired to make up a story.” But, it is up to us what that story…

This Summer Study Our Roots

The Science of Mind has a long and rich history starting with the Transcendentalist movement of the early 19th century. To learn all about the history of new thought, join Rev. Karyn Allen on Tuesdays, starting July 9, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Center. This 10-week class titled Roots of the Science…

Get a New Thought Perspective on the Bible

Think New thought Centers don’t study the bible? Think again! Starting Thursday, July 18, a visiting minister, Dr. Roger Juline, will lead an eight-session class called Bible Wisdom from the Parables, devoted to studying the spiritual wisdom found in Jesus’ parables. Rev. Dr. Roger will discuss techniques to interpret the Bible metaphysically as well as…

Ask the Question then Listen

This month’s newsletter is a little late, mostly because I was waiting for inspiration to whisper this blog post in my ear. School ends in a couple of days. My daughter is graduating from high school. As a school librarian, my “to-do” list overflows. Stuff to do at work….stuff to do at home. Not wanting…

Seeing through the Perspective of Oneness

In reading the recommended book for the month, The I of the Storm by Gary Simmons, I was reminded about the value of perspective. In the book, Simmons suggests that when we are in conflict or worry or fear often it’s not an actual threat but the perspective we are viewing the situation from that…

Mizerak and Berryhill Perform at Wednesday’s Wisdom April 10

Popular spiritual musicians and speakers, Anton Mizerak and Laura Berryhill, will present and perform at Wednesday Wisdom on Wednesday, April 10, at 7 p.m. This evening service will featuring Celtic songs, transformational healing music, and mythological storytelling.
To learn more about this powerful duo visit their website at https://www.shastasong.com/
We hope to see you all!