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At Such A Time As This

Every week, sometimes even every day, something happens in our city, in our nation, or around the world that we, as spiritual beings, are called upon to respond in a way that is spiritually enlightened, humanly compassionate, and courageously engaged.

Heart-breaking events and issues we face include gun violence, excessive use of force by police, terrorism, fanaticism, racism, sexism, genderism, loss of trust in many of our institutions, corruption, pollution, climate change, domestic violence, and more are arising daily. We see this as a call to change the paradigms from which we, as human beings, live and share our planet and resources. We see this as an ever increasing call for us to speak out and live our Global Vision.

We know that our teaching, The Science of Mind™, tells us that we do not refuse to look at conditions, but neither do we dwell upon them. Our current conditions are a result of past thinking. We see the condition and turn our minds to a greater spiritual truth and declare that greater truth to become manifest. We also know that there are times when we must do more than affirmative prayer (spiritual mid treatment) we must move our feet and engage with the world around us. These are such times.

If we do not act, we shall surely be dragged down the long, dark corridors of time reserved for those who possess power without compassion, might without morality, and strength without sight.
~ Martin Luther King Jr.



Keeping Parents and Children Together: A Call for Humanity

The spectacle of children of refugees, most fleeing violence in their homelands, being separated, often with force, from the arms of their parents at the United States border, is an offense against humanity devoid of any sense of compassion.



Here is a wonderful opportunity for those of us who believe in Spiritual Power, to try a simple but effective experiment. You may call this psychology, metaphysics, faith, prayer, new thought or old thought, there is nothing in a name. The only thing that matters is - are we obtaining the desired results, and do we believe that there is a law of Mind and Spirit which can bring greater peace, comfort and joy into our experience? If we do have this conviction and if we have added to our spiritual faith the knowledge that there is a scientific Principle of Mind which may be consciously applied for any human need, then we are ready to make the experiment.


The Universe is a safe place. Because this is so, the children in our country deserve to live in this Reality - especially while attending school. Let's make it so!



The committee urges all of our spiritual leaders to engage in spiritual practices - alone and in your communities - during this time of apparent fear. Let us be centers of Love, Peace, Wisdom, and Possibility.



These types of events often leave our communities feeling shattered, fearful, and wondering if it can happen to us. Centers for Spiritual Living encourages leadership to have significant conversations with each community regarding both domestic violence and the possibility of having an active shooter come into your sanctuary.

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“I now command the multitude of doubts and fears that crowd into my mind to be quiet, while the Divine miracle takes place in my life. I let every good I possess become multiplied as Divine Love acts upon my faith to bring into my experience everything necessary for (our) well-being.”

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We Stand With Orlando

In the face of shooting of gays in Orlando and on the eve of the one-year anniversary of the shooting of blacks in Charleston, once again, we are faced with the reality – fear and hate or love and inclusion.

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Statement on Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability

Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL) believes in the Oneness of all Life and Creation. We envision a world free of homelessness, violence, war, hunger, separation, and disenfranchisement. We see a world which has renewed its emphasis on beauty, nature, and love through creativity, art, and aesthetics.

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Standing with Religious Leaders of Faith

Centers for Spiritual Living stands in solidarity with leaders and faith organizations who have spoken out about the Executive Order from the President of the United States of America that bans immigrants from seven majority Muslim nations, including Syria, whose residents have been subject to ongoing deadly civil war.

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