Question Everything, But Ask Good Questions
— Amanda Pope, RScP
“An unquestioned mind is the world of suffering.”
— Byron Katie
We have all heard the unrelenting interrogation of a 3-year-old, “Why? Why? But Why? Why? Why?” that is usually followed by something like, “Mommy, Mommy, Mommy, Muh-uhm-meeee?”
We can learn from the natural curiosity of children. Join us as we explore the value of questioning everything and the importance of asking good questions.
Tune in early at 10:20am to hear the music of New Thought musician, Gary Lynn Floyd.
This Week’s Science of Mind Theme
The answer to a question is found within the question itself. Questions open us to possibilities.
We are born with a natural curiosity. When we are young, we have a desire to learn and understand more about the world around us. We imagine that anything is possible. This curiosity sparks creativity and our willingness to ask questions expands our world.
Question everything. By asking questions we can see a bigger picture and challenge our limiting beliefs; we start to see and do things differently; we learn new things; we become more creative and innovative.
We often ask questions and seek answers externally, but there is an Infinite Intelligence always available within us. Spiritual discernment helps clarify: What is mine to do? What’s the next step? Where do I go? We might not have the answer, but there is that within us that does. Rather than trying to find a solution with our limited knowledge or resources, spiritual discernment allows Spirit to provide an answer. Regular practice strengthens our ability to hear the still, small voice within and to trust its guidance. Our minds are one with the One Mind that only knows the highest and best.
A willingness to stay in the question opens us to more expansive opportunities, creative ideas, and inspired solutions. Living in the question makes us available to Spirit. It creates a space in which the Infinite Intelligence can be heard, a space that is sure to be filled with the answer at the right time, because Spirit always fills a void. It frequently comes in the wonders of every day: a line from a movie, a post on social media, a conversation with an acquaintance.
“Asking a question signals to Life that you are ready to live the answer, and then Life lives it through you at the appropriate time.”
— Mary O’Malley, What’s in the Way is the Way
Practitioner of the Week
Rev. Melody Bailey is our practitioner of the week. Contact her directly at email@example.com for your personal prayer request. Remember: our practitioners are here for you. They love to serve you with support and positive prayer (also known as Spiritual Mind Treatment). They are as close as your email and will respond to your prayer request as soon as they can. Please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Regular Events at CSLK
See more details and dates under "Upcoming Events" on our home page.
After-service Community Chat is every second and fourth Sunday of the month. Join Laura Green and other members of our CSLK community for a friendly catch-up chat after our Sunday Celebration. Our next Community Chat is on January 23rd. Everyone is welcome!
Please note the new Zoom link and passcode.
Coffee and Connection is every other Thursday with Dr. Deborah Gordon, Rev. Barbara Samuel and friends. The next online gathering is on January 27th at 10am. Everyone is welcome to this time of casual connection.
Please note the new Zoom link and passcode.
Pre-service Meditation and our children's VIBE program are currently on hiatus and are being reimagined.
We are so Grateful for your Support!
We’re thankful for the many ways we are able to accept donations:
Online via the Ways to Donate page of our website (PayPal or credit card).
By Interac e-transfers sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
“Through spiritual discernment, we see that we have within us a power which is greater than anything we shall ever contact; a power that can overcome every obstacle in our experience.”
— Ernest Holmes
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Vol. 31, Issue 4 | Editor: Annie Zalezsak