This week I start two 8-week classes to continue my spiritual learning at the Center for Spiritual Living – Capistrano Valley. I will be participating in “The Creative Process in the Individual” and “Meditation is More Than You Think.”
The commitment for me personally is much more than dedicating two nights a week to my own personal spiritual growth.
making sure I have child care. It’s making sure my boys are bathed
early, already fed, and ready for bed by the time I leave for my
classes. By the time I get to a night class, I may be tired, but I also
know that when I leave that night, I will no longer be the person I was
That could be an easy excuse to bow out of classes,
and yes, it would be much easier to do so, however, I know that the
commitments I have made to spiritual classes, business seminars, etc. in
the past have up-levelled my life in such a way that it’s no longer an
option to stop.
I once heard, “If you aren’t growing, then you are staying the
Because of my continued growth in the last few years, I’m stronger, I’m worry-free,
I’m more successful, I’m more patient with my kids, I am more loving
and appreciative towards my husband. I’m better at what I do because I
continue to stretch myself. All because I committed to continued learning.
For every class I take there
are others committing to their same growth.
We grow together and thrive together!
We watch each other grow, we build a community of support and
guidance. I’m not alone in this endeavor, I simply ask that you take a
look in the mirror and ask, “How have I committed myself to my own spiritual growth?”
The lesson here is:
We commit to our families, our children, our jobs, etc. But it’s MORE
important to commit to ourselves! As we continue to grow spiritually, we
automatically become better at all the roles we play in life…i.e. father, daughter, wife, husband, mother, father, etc.
I invite you to join me this week and be my partner in advancing our spiritual growth – Visit the Center’s home page to see what classes are being offered!