908 N. 1400 West
St. George, UT 84770
Sunday Meditation  9:30 AM  
Sunday Gathering  10:00 AM
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Meditation 9:30 a.m.

Gathering 10:00 a.m.

Sunday, July 6

Guest Speaker

Sherrie Gerrie

Sunday, July 13

Elisha Christopher Hayden

Practitioner and Ministerial Candidate

Sunday, July 20

Rev. Josie De Los Santos

Sunday, July 27

Rev. Josie De Los Santos

Science of Mind Magazine

July and August issue, available on newsstands now.

This Science does not promise something for nothing. It does, however, tell us that if we comply with the Law, the Law complies with us. No individual can demonstrate peace and cling to unhappiness. The individual can demonstrate resignation and call it peace, but it will not be peace. No individual can jump in the water and remain dry. This is contrary to law and to reason. No person whose entire time is spent in the contemplation of limitation can demonstrate freedom from such a limitation! The Law itself must be willing to give, because in so giving, Life is self-expressed. 

~ The Science of Mind, page 267


For your generous gift that co-creates our spiritual community!

Center for Spiritual Living St. George (CSLSG) is an open, loving and inclusive community that supports thinking creatively and living a deeply spiritual life. We are an official chapter of Centers for Spiritual Living. Located among the beautiful red rocks, warm sunshine and blue skies of southern Utah, we welcome all paths to spirituality. Come celebrate life with us!

Happy 4th of July

In recent weeks I have been talking with you about the changes taking place on our planet - something Divine is happening.  There is proof that people all over the world can live with greater security and freedom from lack.  Countries and states are discovering they can no longer exist in isolation.  National behaviors like force, violence, invasion and coercion that were commonplace in the 20th century are fading in the light of this new way of being.  Many still perceive this freedom as more consumer goods, large pay increases and monetary power, but these are effects of the change that is taking place and not the end result, which is an understanding of the unity and oneness received when isolation is broken.

It is our responsibility to ease the discomfort this change is bringing and continue the practice of seeing through the effect to the truth.  It is our job to see the world in its wholeness, not in its fear. This demands we become promoters of newness and model what is required to bring into form a new way of being as a world.  I quote Thich Nhat Hanh:  "Letting go gives us freedom, and freedom is the only condition for happiness."

Whatever it is I am going through, whether it be lack of finances, ill health, or a bad relationship, I accept and embrace it.  I move through it in Love and allow life and its unexpectedness to take me deeper into myself and discover a greater life happening beneath the surface.  Love is my conscious surrender.  Underneath my plans, underneath my need for control, there is a deeper life waiting to emerge.  Though the feelings that accompany change can often be uncomfortable or even overwhelming, to respond with Love means that even within the chaos, Love is still present, Love is still with me.  Love will guide me.  It will protect me and allow me to experience all that life brings. Love is what will allow me to respond from a place of acceptance and deep peace.  Ultimately, when I respond with Love, I am also responding to love and when I respond to Love, Love responds to me, creating doors where there were only walls, creating light where only darkness was felt.

Loving Blessings,

Rev. Josie De Los Santos

... And We Celebrated our first year!

Using the Appreciative Inquiry Process as our outline for the day - the questions we ask determine what we find; What we find determines how we talk; How we talk determines what we imagine; What we imagine determines how we act and who we become.  The first order of the day was to look at our journey through pictures, while honoring and celebrating our volunteers.  We looked at ourselves appreciating our hard work rather than problem solving.  We presented our questions and concerns as part of our growth process.   lastly, we shared a delicious meal in the company of community.  The energy was truly that of our spiritual family looking at the completion of an amazing year of love, collaboration and unity.  Thank you all for your support ... we look forward to an exciting new year!

Centers for Spiritual Living
International Organization

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