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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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A Vacation from Worry and Doubt

What story are we keeping alive about worry and doubt?

Expansion requires limitation. We are moved by the Divine Discontent. There is something more to know and to do, something greater yet to be revealed and to be experienced. And it asks what we must become to give birth to that something greater.

Ernest Holmes said, "Mind is consciousness which has put on limitation." We court the Presence and apply the Principle. We all need practice, and spiritual practice reminds us and wakes us up. We never notice the beauty because we're too busy trying to create it.

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A Vacation from Lack

Lack is about not having or not being enough. Lack represents a separation from the Source of Life.

Behind the phenomenon of the human condition, there is One Mind common to all people, that Mind is perfect, and we all have access to that One Mind.

It is better to grow our income than to cut our expenses. It is better to grow our spirit than to cut our dreams.

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A Vacation from Fear

A vacation is what we take when we can no longer take what we've been taking. We are here to live a life free from fear. There's nothing to fear. Fear cripples us. In fact, fear is the most boring thing about us.

Listen to others less. Be yourself more.

Fear less. Live more.

Dwell less. Create more.

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A Vacation from Discord

Discord or disharmony can ruin our experience of joy, happiness, and fulfillment. But it also can ruin our productivity. We find that the better we feel, the better we do.

To feel good, is really to feel God. When we feel good, grounded, happy, and connected to people, we tend to feel more spiritual and connected to everything.

When we feel heard, listened to, and validated, then everything relaxes. So always seek to validate the other person.

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The Six Phases of Belonging

We are created in substance, formed by substance, and unceasingly supported by substance. There is an all-ness in every illness and an all-sufficiency with every experience of lack to fully express, to fully expand, to allow the opulent universe to fill our heart.

No greater good can come to us than to know that the power within us is the power to live, to strive, and the power to create. -- Ernest Holmes

Aligning. When the soul wishes to experience something, she throws an image of the experience before her and enters into her own image. -- Meister Eckhart

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A Way of Being

In this week's talk, Dr. Patrick speaks about the willingness to expand, greatness, and moving from the impossible to the possible.

Are we willing to expand? As the Universe brings us choices and experiences, it is a call to expand in our skills, compassion, and awareness.

We were born to win. But to be a winner, we must plan to win, prepare to win, and expect to win! -- Zig Ziglar

We may minimize fear, limitation, self-loathing, and hatred, and then let love abound.

Greatness is for us. Each one of us can find greatness.

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What We Embody We Become

It's all about thinking, feeling, and acting. Are we bringing in what we long to experience or are we repelling it?

Money traces us according to how we are feeling. Debt leads to more debt. It is spinning in our patterns of thinking. Not enough. Hard to get. Suffering. An image of ourselves as not enough leads to an experience in our lives as "not enough", in particular with money and finances. In other words, the Universe says "yes" to our sense of worthiness.

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Mother's Day

Our hearts long for the sacred. Mother's Day is about giving birth. What are we giving birth to this day?

Cicero taught the six habits of thinking that keep us prisoners of ever-shrinking living. We get attached to our stories and it creates the life we have. The first illusion is that personal gain is made up of crushing others, which arises out of a fear of scarcity and death. But what is unlimited is compassion, worth, and acceptance.

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Stepping into Belonging

God is not interested in what we believe. God does not require our belief---God is interested in what we experience.

Religion is the sign post to God. Religion is the path, but not the main point.

Stepping into the flow requires our consent. Connected is an organizational principle of the universe. So we already belong in the sacred circle. The only thing keeping us out is our own self.

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Thriving Through Metamorphosis

This week, guest speaker Dr. Pat Campbell talks on Thriving Through Metamorphosis.

Organizations such as ours commonly have vision and mission statements. To have a personal vision statement is to have a mental equivalent of how we want our life to look and how we want our life to work.

To grow. This is the simple vision and mission of the entire Universe. The Universe's vision and mission is to grow. So for us, Nature will not let us stay in one place too long. Nature demands the change in order that we may advance.

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