Center for Spiritual Living™ Bellingham provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and help make the world a better place.
We honor all paths to God and can help you experience a personal relationship with God. When God is the focus of our spirituality, then other areas of our lives fall into place: we are happier, we can do more for others, be better stewards of the Earth, and help bring peace and harmony to the world.
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Theme for 2015: Pilgrimage of the Heart
MAY MINISTER’S MESSAGE: Labyrinth
We are well on our way as spiritual pilgrims! On the spiritual path to the heart it comes to each of us, from time to time, to experience a time of confusion, a sense of being lost in a maze, or a feeling of despair when the path seems to disappear into the fog of uncertainty. At these times it is normal to want to turn around and go back to the life we had. But it is too late!
The butterfly cannot fit itself back into the cocoon, the hermit crab into its too-small shell; and we cannot go back to the life we once had - we have become too big to fit that old way. And so, for a time, we must walk with the confusion and uncertainty, acutely aware of how vulnerable we are.
At times like these a pilgrim may experience a resurgence of mind-numbing fear. The sagest advice from pilgrims who have traveled this way before us is: walk forward. Face the fear and walk into it! The only way through this phase of the journey is, well, through.
Join us for a lively month of Sunday talks on this topic and a bodacious brown bag lunch discussion about the concepts we share in this month on Sunday, May 31.
Walk on, Pilgrim - you have come too far to turn back now!
Our service on May 3, 2015 - 9:30am
Following the Thread
The early service is an opportunity to attend a different kind of Service earlier on Sunday mornings. This Service is brief, just half an hour in length and will include prayer and a message and then lead into our regular fifteen-minute Sunday meditation.