Podcast of CSLM Sunday Talks
Oh My WORD! – Rev. Raymont Anderson
When we look more deeply into these ideas of the mundane, sacred, and profane we find that there is truly no difference or separation in them. They are words we use for linguistic convenience. In a watercolor painting, water is added to the different colors, so they mix and blend, becoming something new altogether. Similarly, when the “waters” of our consciousness is mixed with all of these various aspects of life, we realize that everything is the Divine expression of an Individualizing Spirit.
And we are given the means for directing certain aspects of it in non-Life-Affirming ways or Life-Affirming ways…
More Than Enough - Rev Dr Harry Moses
All of the aspects of your being belong. It is your Higher Self that reveals your pathway of integration.
Dr Harry Morgan Moses is the author of the popular It’s So Easy When You Know How, now in its second edition. His newest book is Obvious Power – the secrets of habits and attitudes. He is featured in the movies Living Luminaries – The Serious Business of Happiness, What is New Thought, and A New Thought, A New You.
The Divine One - Rev James Peak
Sure, the sacred can be found in meditation; but also, when standing in line at the grocery store and driving in traffic! This week we will explore Sacred Oneness, in both the expected and the unexpected.
Often the “sacred” is seen as something separate or set apart from “everyday” life. It is defined as “dedicated or set apart; highly valued and important”. What if we could approach the sacred from a new angle? What if instead of being seen as something reserved for certain expressions, places, times and events, the sacred could be understood as connection to all that is, a mindset led by intention, and brought forth through an active, mindful and engaging energy? The sacred is found in all things….because it is all things. The adventure is in our ability to open our awareness to this reality and the sacredness that can be found in both the expected and the unexpected.
Flip the Script - Rev Dr John Karn
On April 20, 1913, Sir William Osler delivered a speech at Yale University, it was a simple message. “Live in day-tight compartments.” Sir William Osler said that this is the route to release 1000 problems. John will show us how to do this in our own lives.
Nurturing a consciousness of Good (God) - Rev Dr Bob Deen
This final talk, given in my role as the Senior Minister of the Center for Spiritual Living Midtown offers an exploration of the essence of positivespirituality as it has evolved in my life. Join the journey to cultivate a heightened awareness of the goodness that surrounds us in our daily livesand its interconnectedness with a broader sense of purpose and effective living. Explore insights and practices for fostering a deep and abiding senseof “good” or “God” within ourselves and the world. Tap into your inner reservoir of positivity, compassion, and meaning for a more joyful life thatnot only enriches your own life but also contributes to a more harmonious and compassionate global community.
The Infinite Always Says YES! - Rev Dr Bob Deen
Today we explore the profound concept of manifesting our desires and intentions. Infinite consciousness is inherently responsive to our thoughts, feelings, and intentions, and it consistently aligns with our energetic vibrations. We will delve into the art of intentional manifestation and how a positive and optimistic mindset can influence the outcomes we experience in our lives. The talk will offer practical insights and techniques to harness the power of this cosmic affirmative response, showing participants how to shape their reality by aligning their thoughts, desires, and actions with the affirmative nature of the universe. You can expect to have a deeper understanding of how to create your desired outcomes in harmony with the abundant and responsive universe.