Traveling opens our minds to new experiences and our hearts to new people. It offers intimate opportunities with our ministers to learn and grow. CSLDallas Spiritual Travel is a spiritual pilgrimage, inviting us to go deeper into our spiritual practice and teachings through the lens of the people and places we visit. Combining sacred places with morning spiritual practice allows us to learn and practice together. Eating, exploring, riding, and rooming together allows us to connect to CSLDallas folks in ways beyond compare.
Here are a few comments from our most recent Fall Foliage Tour – Exploring the Roots of Science of Mind:
- “The trips are a time to connect at a deep level with others in our community and to explore the depths of our spiritual beliefs.” Michael Deese
- “Traveling with CSLDallas allows me to go deeper spiritually, relax in the adventure of travel, connect to the beauty of nature, and hang with amazing people. It’s traveling in the physical and metaphysical realms of life and learning to bring this home.” Christine Volkmer, RScP
- “I don’t do group travel. But the chance to have a shared spiritual experience with like-minded people whose company I enjoy is too powerful to resist!” Bert Headden, RScP
We are opening up two Spiritual Traveling trips for more people to have the opportunity to participate in this priceless experience.
JOIN REV KAREN IN EGYPT
November 11 – 25, 2017
Travel to the Motherland and experience the Heart of Egypt with Rev Karen. We will also travel with Rev Kathianne Lewis and the Center for Spiritual Living Seattle. Feel the Presence and Power of Life Itself in the ancient Egyptian temples, Great Pyramids, Valley of the Kings, Nile Cruise, and the Red Sea.
JOIN DR PETRA IN BHUTAN
February 20 – 28, 2018
Travel on a spiritual pilgrimage with Dr Petra and Spirit Tours to Thailand and Bhutan where two different forms of Buddhism are deeply rooted in daily life. Many describe Bhutan as a unique, deeply spiritual and mystical experience. Chant with Buddhist Monks in sacred temples, gaze upon the Himalayas, witness the Punakha Dzong Festival, and hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery.