Wednesday, June 26, 2019

"No Mud, No Lotus, A Panel on Healing through Wholeness," 7 pm, Wednesday, June 26

Photo by Arun Devan on Unsplash
This Wednesday evening, Don Kobrin, Siota Belle and Tara Steele come together to reflect back on this month's conversation about healing through wholeness. Each of them will share brief observations then welcome your questions and comments. 

The discussion begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall. All are welcome to this free one-hour class, whether or not you attended any of the other classes this month. Love offerings are gratefully received.



Tuesday, June 18, 2019

"The Highest Value for Healing," with Ministerial Intern Siota Belle, 7 pm, Wednesday, June 19




Discovering your innermost values and knowing how to use them can amplify your healing. This Wednesday, Siota Belle facilitates a conversation that will assist you in identifying the values you hold most dear. Then, learn ways to use them in support of wholeness.

The conversation begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall, North Wing. All are welcome to this free one-hour class. Love offerings are gratefully received.



Sunday, June 9, 2019

"From Dis-ease to Ease," Free Wednesday Night Class with Rev. Tara Steele, 7 pm, June 12



It's easy to take our bodies for granted until we can't. How do we see the wholeness of who we are, no matter what? That's Rev. Tara's topic this Wednesday as she shares a bit of her own journey and invites you to share yours, its fears, doubts, and revelations.

This free drop-in class begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall, North Wing. Everyone is welcome' Love offerings are gratefully received. 







Sunday, June 2, 2019

Wednesday Night Classes in June, "Healing through an Understanding of Wholeness" with Don Kobrin, RScP, 7 pm, June 5, Waggoner Hall




One of the central teachings of Science of Mind is that we are whole, perfect and complete. This month we explore how that statement aligns with our human experiences. Practitioner Don Kobrin begins the conversation looking at how our thoughts on wholeness affect us.

This free class begins at 7 pm in Waggoner Hall (North Wing). Room 11 is set up for you to sit in meditation from 6:15 to 6:50 pm if you choose to do so. All are welcome. Love offerings are gratefully received.






Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Sacred Chanting with Acharya Mangalananda, 7 pm, May 29


Mangalananda is a kirtan singer well-versed in the traditional kirtan style of the rural villages of India. Though an American by birth, through a lifetime of association with Indian culture and twelve years living in a small ashram in central India, he has learned the traditional spiritual music of India. His devotional chanting is couched in the mystical ragas of India and is full of the lively ecstatic joy of the Divine Names.

Join in the mystical experience of kirtan this evening at the Center for Spiritual Living, Santa Rosa. All are welcome to this free concert, beginning at 7 pm. Love offerings are gratefully received.



Saturday, May 18, 2019

All about Affirmative Prayer with Dr. Edward Viljoen, 7 pm, Wednesday, May 22


Ever wonder how Dr. Edward looks as he considers your questions about affirmative prayer?

Perhaps he's considering denial -- "Not that, this!" -- a special strategy that can assist in shifting consciousness.

This Wednesday, 7 pm, Dr. Edward completes this four-part free class on prayer. Even if you've been unable to attend other classes, plan to come, with curiosity and questions. Everyone is welcome. The class is free, and love offerings are gratefully received.






Wednesday, May 15, 2019

All about Affirmative Prayer with Dr. Edward Viljoen, Wednesday, May 15, 7 pm


Affirmative prayer can remind you of what you already know deep inside. Sometimes, to get there, you need to whine and fuss a bit, describing the situation that you want to change. At Wednesday Night Wisdom this week, you'll have a chance to do just that. 

Okay, all the stuff is out there, now what? Come to class at 7 pm and hear what Dr. Edward has to say. It's simple and powerful, with a bit of practice.

This one-hour class is open to everyone. Join in at 7 pm, Waggoner Hall (North Wing). You are also welcome to savor a bit of quiet meditation in Room 11 from 6:15 to 6:50.