WEEKLY NEWSLETTER FOR October 8, 2018
The Theme for October is
“Fall Into Peace”
I’ve talked with enough people to know that every one of us has experienced times we’ve simply not understood what was standing in the way of our good. Yet we sure wanted more, better, something greater: More happiness, more prosperity, better health, peace of mind. You name it.
Living the Science of Mind, contains writings that explore the deeper meanings of The Science of Mind philosophy by Ernest Holmes. On page 339 it explains, “It is certain that none of us receive as much benefit from this science as we might. We do not permit our consciousness to range in the field of greater possibilities.”
As I read these words I had to ask, why? What would prevent me from doing the work that I may learn how to bring greater good into my life? I now declare, I am ready!
Here’s the directions and a short quote for starters (I forget who said it). “The harder I work to achieve things, the luckier I get.” Okay…wanna get lucky?
“A certain time should be taken each day for the enlargement of consciousness. This is done by reminding our imagination that the field with which it deals is Limitless, that Mind is the Creator and the Sustainer, that Mind is Infinite, ever available, and always responsive to us.
“We must learn to loose our consciousness. Nothing is too good to be true. The Kingdom of Harmony is already an ever-present Reality, but as far as we are concerned, It waits to be perceived, and only as much good can come to us as we mentally receive.
“We must increase our receptivity, continuously extend and expand our compre-hension. Declare a hundred times a day: Good and more Good is mine…”
An ever-Increasing Good is mine and
there is no limit to this All Good.
YOUR COMMENTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME!
And may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All events are held at this Center unless the location is mentioned in the description of the event.
If you are in need of treatment, please call the Center (530-589-9719) to set up an appointment with one of our practitioners. Office hours are Mon, Wed and Thur from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Sunday, October 14: Service starts at 10:30am with Rev Connie Couser as speaker. The title of her message is “You Can Have It All”. Special Music will be presented by Ellen Alford and Andy Sumahit.
Tuesday, October 9 at 6:00pm. Come join us for an evening of good food and friendship at the new Acorn Café at Gold Country Casino.
Wednesday, October 10. at 10am-12pm: The second week of Rev Dotty’s book study on The Art of Abundance, 10 Rules for a Prosperous Life by Dennis Merritt Jones. The book is available on Amazon. A sign-up sheet is on the Sign-up table. There is no fee however donations are appreciated.
Wednesday, October 10 following the Book Study from 12pm – 1:15pm. Lucy will be conducting a Yoga session.
PASSAGES CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP
Tuesday, October 23 at 1:30pm-3:00pm: Passages Caregivers Support group is returning the Center. If you are providing care for someone and feel overwhelmed, frustrated or just need to talk or get advice on how handle a particular issue come joy the group. The group is facilitated by professional Family Counselor from Passages.
FULL MOON DRUMMING CIRCLE
Tuesday, October 24 at 6PM-7PM. Francine Fields is once again holding a Full Moon Drumming Circle. Bring a drum (it can be an empty gallon jug or a pot, whatever you may have on hand) or rattles and join us. A suggested $10 donation is appreciated.
SIXTH ANNUAL FEAST OF GRATITUDE
Friday, November 9 at 6pm - We will hold our 6th annual Feast of Gratitude Soup Dinner. Sign up to bring a pot of your favorite soup or bread or dessert to share. Cost is a non-perishable food item for donation to the food bank.
If you are interested in participating in a Game Day or Night please sign the sheet at the Center and indicate the day, time and any games you would like to play.
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