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We are a spiritual community that blesses all teachings and all spiritual teachers. We know that there is no wrong way to worship, whether it be lighting a candle, facing the east, burning incense, repeating a mantra, lighting a menorah, or offering prayer. We respect all the ways there are to draw closer to Spirit, for even though there may appear to be great differences in the path, the destination is the same.

As an expression of our community, the Spiritual Living Podcast offers you weekly messages on the principles and practice of spiritual living, delivered by Rev. Patrick Cameron and various guest speakers.

Each talk may be downloaded from this page by clicking the links that follow. Or you may choose to subscribe to this podcast and have each new talk downloaded automatically to your iPod or mp3 player.

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The Power of Our Word

Today is Groundhog Day, a day about being stuck in a paradigm of beliefs, causing us to have the same experience over and over. So how do we move out of the trap of repetition into newness?

As Don Miguel Ruiz wrote in The Four Agreements, the first agreement is to be impeccable with our word. Our word is so powerful. When our way of being is lined up with our word, it becomes a potent and powerful experience.

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Start Again

This January, we are in "Starting Over" mode. We can all start where we are. We can all start small.

So we ask, what is the one thing that we can do, to put into our consciousness, that will make everything else different from this point forward?

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Looking Fear in the Faith

We must look at a thing long enough until it has no more power over us.

In this talk, the community undertakes a cleansing and visioning exercise to help break through old patterns and fears.

Our task is this: to mine the depths of our being and become more informed and intimately connected with the truth of our being. And in so doing, we will be guided in our journey. In other words, when we know who we are, we begin to live out of inspiration.

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Shifting the Energy with Grace and Power

Ernest Holmes, our founder, said, "Our natural state of being is abundance and freedom." Wouldn't it be amazing to live more from our natural state? We can, if we are willing to do the following:

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Make Room for the New

This year's theme is the Year of Spiritual Practice, and this month's word is study.

Inside our mind's "land of editing", we have to decide what's going to be a diamond and what's going to be a rock. We are geared for discovery, and we're designed to decide which experiences we will label as good and as bad.

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Reflection

In this final talk for the year, Rev. Patrick discusses setting intentions and how we measure success around those intentions.

In reflecting upon our lives, we need to understand where we are before we head off in a new direction.

If we don't create a blueprint for what we would like our lives to express, then we become subject to the law of averages.

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Emmanuel, God with Us

Finding the Christ is about the birthing of a consciousness. Finding the Christ is the universality of sonship, embodied in any individual who recognizes that sonship. It is available to us if we're available to It. The Eternal is forever begetting that which is the realization of Its own perfection. Spirit is always looking for more expression. We must develop the spiritual awareness and the capacity for Spirit's expression.

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Hark! The Herald Angels Sing

"Our divine inheritance is self-sufficiency, perfection, peace, wholeness, and this must include abundance, self-expression, accomplishment, and happiness. The nature of happiness is peace. The nature of peace is harmony. The nature of harmony is joy..." -- Ernest Holmes

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The Holy One

Rev. Catherine McLeod tells of meeting John of God, as well as stories from the life of Nelson Mandela.

If we look at everyone we meet as a holy person, we will be happy.

Each one of us is a holy person. We must live our lives in such a way that we remember that we are holy.

Let us step outside our belief system and live in our "don't know" mind. Let us become our own guru. Once we've found our own inner power, let us live from inside out.

It is one of the most difficult things, not to change society, but to change oneself.

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Do You See What I See?

Franz Kafka once wrote, "Youth is happy because it has the ability to see beauty. Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old."

How has our life changed in the past year? What is our part to play in our own transformation? For example, say we wish to experience more beauty. In order to move into beauty, we need order. So it is our part to find ways to bring more order into our lives.

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