Virtual Service

2020 Spiritual Vision

Welcoming the Shadow

Living as Compassionate Conduits

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Welcoming the Shadow
What do we learn from the shadow…from the dark of winter or the shadows cast in the heat of summer? What richness lives in the shadow place?

Science of Mind Point of View

We are created in the likeness of God: Perfect God, perfect man/woman, perfect being. God is light that dissolves darkness. Are we as humans perfect? Not in daily life. SMT teaches looking beyond conditions, aligning consciousness with the divine pattern of wholeness. When we acknowledge the reality of our life, we need healing of the invisible wounds in our soul.

The Ego is limiting thoughts and produces errant judgments. We must become aware that our individual ego builds up the burden of shadow in our human nature.

Recognizing the shadow, we can shift the negative perception, look beyond appearance, seek alignment with and remembering of the spiritual truth of who we are.

Supporting Quotes

“The people who walk in darkness will see a great light; Those who live in the land of the shadow of death, upon them the light will shine.” (Isaiah 9:2)

“What we call our shadow is nothing more than an aspect of our nature waiting to be embraced and reclaimed.” (Jacob Liberman)

Call to Action

Dear CSL Minister, this is your big chance to talk about your shadow…How you perceive(d) it one day, how you recognize treat, handle, cultivate and/or integrate(d) it. Share a/Your story.

If you think you have not a shadow, then you certainly have a big and dark one. Observe where you are defensive! Or what easily triggers and upsets you. Observe your separating projections and feelings/thoughts charged with negative energy.

Weekly Affirmation

“I do not judge myself nor other persons. I embrace the shadow and reclaim my highest good. “

Event details

  • December 6, 2020
  • 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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  • info@cslgreaterbaltimore.org