Lean into the Discomfort
Lean into the Discomfort
— Derek Hinchliffe, RScP
“We believe the ultimate goal of life to be a complete freedom from all discord of every nature, and that this goal is sure to be attained by all.”
— Ernest Holmes, from the Declaration of Principles
I’m not sure about you, but I don’t have complete freedom from all discord, at least not yet. Yes, it is a goal, and yes, I believe it is attainable. Until then, my journey through this thing called life includes discomfort and pain, all of which is an opportunity for learning and for growth. “I lean into discomfort and allow it to teach me.” Please join me this Sunday as I examine how I can turn my discomfort into my guru.
Join Derek Hinchliffe and the rest of the Sunday Six on June 13, 2021 at 10:30am on Facebook Live.
This Week’s Science of Mind Theme
Lean Into the Discomfort
If humanity is to awaken its Spiritual Magnificence, our discomfort must become our guru. Individually and collectively, we must dive deeply into areas we shy away from.
“There is no coming to consciousness without pain.” — Carl Jung
In the Eternal Now, there can be no place for Divine anger, unforgiveness, or punishment. Human forgiveness is the process that frees us to live in the Eternal Now. It is the essential step before real spiritual growth can flourish. Science of Mind teaches that the ultimate goal of life is complete emancipation from all discord of every nature, and that this goal is sure to be attained by all.
In Science of Mind, we know that we are perfect, whole, and complete. If our lives are manifesting in a way that is not whole, perfect, and complete or causes us pain, then there is a thought in the way. The thought causing pain is an untruth.
An essential part of healing is to forgive the self for whatever is happening. Forgiveness allows Divine wisdom to well up and flow through our being for answers, wellness, and evolution.
Lean into the pain, discover the message, forgive the untruth, and reclaim your wholeness.
Save the Date
We’re planning a very casual get together with our community to say hello at Kinsmen Park, July 11th at 1pm. No program, no agenda, just an opportunity to be together as we start to ‘open up’ after our time of restrictions due to COVID-19. Mark the date on your calendar!
Looking for a place to gather for Fellowship and connection after Sunday service? Join Laura Green (not this Sunday, but a week from Sunday) June 20th for our bi-weekly Zoom time to meet-and-greet with our community. See event details.
Meeting ID: 829 8904 5903 Passcode: fellowship
The Drop In: Coffee and Connection
Coffee and Connection is every other Thursday, and the next one is on June 24th, from 10am to 11am PST. Chat with Dr. Deborah Gordon, Rev. Barbara Samuel and Rev. Gwen Smith about whatever is on your mind!
Meeting ID: 84822529807
Practitioner of the Week
Contact our Practitioner of the Week directly via email with your request for prayer or treatment support for ANYTHING. This coming week (from Sunday to Saturday) is Derek Hinchliffe, RScP at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is such a beautiful gift from our practitioners. Thank you!
Free SOM Magazine
You are welcome to pick up a free issue of the current SOM magazine as our gift to you. The magazines are in a plastic bag outside of the Pandosy Peace Centre, on the table that faces Pandosy Street.
We also have some free back issues from May.
CSLK’s Weekly Happenings
Sunday Meditation is on the first and third Sunday of each month. The next meditation is on June 20th, from 9:45am to 10:05am.
Meeting ID: 824 2377 7379
Our children's VIBE program is on hiatus.
We are so Grateful for your Support!
We’re thankful for the many ways we are able to accept donations:
On our website cslkelowna.org via PayPal or credit card.
Through Interac money transfers sent to email@example.com.
By CAFT automatic transfers directly from the bank.
Cheques can be mailed to: Suite 131, 101-1865 Dilworth Drive, Kelowna, BC V1Y 9T1.
For more information, please contact our treasurer, Derek Hinchliffe.
“We cannot imagine a mechanical or unspontaneous individuality; to be real and free, individuality must be created in the image of Perfection and let alone to make the great discovery for itself.”
— Ernest Holmes
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