Welcome! Here, at the Center for Spiritual Living, Paradise™, we acknowledge a deep place that exists within each of us that yearns for deeper meaning to life, and asks the oldest and most profound question we all have, "Why am I here?"
This Center, and the teachings we embrace, are dedicated to exploring that question on a collective level, but more importantly, a personal level.
What teachings? We ground our personal and collective journeys of understanding and illumination, in the metaphorical teachings of all the great spiritual philosophies and religions. We know that profound wisdom exists in the eastern ideas, as well as those found in the west. We expand our search to native traditions, as well as earthen, in order to gaze deeply into the origins and workings of the universe while acknowledging the place science has at our spiritual table.
We are a metaphysical teaching, distilled, down through the ages, and organized, by mystics like Buddha, Jesus, Lao Tzu, Meister Eckhart, The Transcendentalists, Emma Curtis Hopkins, the Fillmore's of Unity and Ernest Holmes of Religious Science, among a host of many great past and contemporary writers, thinkers, teachers, leaders, and speakers.
We are a teaching that believes God is right where you are. We believe your greatest gift is creativity. We believe the most profound wisdom, you're looking for, lies within your intuition. Shall we take the journey of EMPOWERMENT, together? We'd love to.
We invite you to look around and get a feel for our community. Please share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online guest book. If you're not currently a member of our center, we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services. And of course, you may reach out to our Healing Ministry at any time.
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Rev. Andy's Sunday talk, May 26, 2013
"Pots and Lids"
It's been said, "Every pot has a lid." Victims have saviors, wars have
armies, cops have robbers. If we don't like the pot, perhaps we ...
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