We are an open, welcoming community, celebrating our divinity, loving our humanity, and nurturing our journeys of spiritual discovery.
Important News: The Salt Lake Center will return to strict Covid protocols, starting this Sunday, Jan. 9:
We will follow the recommendations of the SL County Health Department's public health order and require masks until at least Feb. 7th.
Remember that we’re all in this together, and we all care for one another. It’s all about loving, caring and compassion. And this, too, shall pass. It always does.
The Season for Nonviolence began in 1998, inspired by the 50th and 30th memorial anniversaries of the deaths of Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
This international movement strives to honor the vision of these great peacemakers through action and education.
Each day, during the Season the Salt Lake Center for Spiritual Living will share a daily meditation via email.
If you would like to receive the emails, please sign up on Sunday or contact Rev. Myrna.
Living Everyday Wonder Wheel of Life Tool
If you would like a digital copy of the wheel and instructions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and one will be emailed to you. Or pick one up in the lobby on Sunday.
Take some time to turn within and contemplate the following aspects of your life:
If there is another area of your life that you would like to add, add it.
Without judgment or trying to change anything, simply notice which areas feel expansive and which areas feel more constricted.
Use the Living Everyday Wonder Wheel of Life Tool to plot what you noticed by placing a dot on each spoke of the wheel.
The more expansive you feel in an area of life, the further out on the spoke you place the dot.
Conversely, the tighter or more constricted you feel in an area, place the dot closer to the center.
Next, draw a “circle” connecting the dots.
What do you notice?
Would your wheel roll smoothly or would it go thump thump, thump?
What size is your wheel?
Notice how all of these areas are important, interrelated and interconnected and each is a vital part of the wholeness.
Orienting ourselves to wonder and being curious about life expand us and our experience of life.
Looking at your wheel, in what areas might you benefit frombeing curious?
Your wheel is just a snapshot of this moment.
Over the course of the year, we are going to focus on each of these eleven areas and have plenty of opportunities to practice wonder and curiosity.
As we go through the year, be curious about the shifts and changes you experience in each of these areas and plot the dots again as you do.
At the end of the year, plot your wheel again. Notice what’s changed.
Odds are that if you practice living everyday wonder, your wheel will look very different and you will be different.
Youth Church is beginning soon, and Hildreth Farris, our new Youth Church leader, is looking for volunteers who would like to serve as teachers and assistants.
Imagine how valuable it would have been for you to learn the principles we teach in our classes and Sunday services when you were just a child. What differences might that have made in your life?
You can help our youth learn those principles now. No experience is necessary--just an open heart, a willingness to learn and a readiness to serve.
If you would like to spend one Sunday a month with our youngest Science of Mind students, ages 5 through 12 , please contact Hildreth.
OUR LABYRINTH IS NOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
A labyrinth is used for walking meditation.
It is a single winding path
from the outer edge in a circuitous way to the center.
Labyrinths are used world-wide as a way to quiet the mind, calm anxieties, recover balance in life, enhance creativity and encourage meditation, insight, self-reflection and
You will find our labyrinth in the parking lot at the south end of our building at
193 W 2100 S in South Salt Lake.
It is available 24/7 and no
reservations are required.
Please be our guest!
Lots more information and links below to help you learn more about The Salt Lake Center for Spiritual Living.
Check out our Youth Ministry Page for ideas and online programs for younger folks.
Our prayer service is available to everyone.
Our Practitioners will hold the knowing of truth with you.
You can also work more extensively with a Practitioner by scheduling a private session.
Visit the Classes Section of our Be in the Know Page to find out about our classes.
Learn and practice the Science of Mind philosophy in our Certificated Classes. Explore a wide range of related topics in our non-certificated classes.
On our Be in the Know Page, find
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