Connection Circles

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Portland Center for Spiritual Living expands its circle of Love and connection beyond the Sunday experience by offering Connection Circles to its members. The circles are safe places for discussion, group spiritual practice, prayer requests and sharing. Members open their homes for Connection Circles at various times and locations throughout the greater Portland and Vancouver metropolitan areas. Sign up at the Center and deepen your connection to Spirit! The circles are free and open to everyone. For more information, you may contact Marilyn Sprague, RScP at 360-931-0671.

The 2017 Winter Connection Circles are also sponsoring three workshops to support its members:

Saturday, February 25th, 9:00 AM—12:30 PM
Exploring Diversity & Inclusion Through SoulCollage
Facilitated by Erin (Rhonda) Hurt
Have you ever wondered if there is a spiritual practice which can combine your creativity and deep inner wisdom? SoulCollage® is that practice. In this workshop, participants learn how to combine images, intuition and imagination to explore and bring out the deep beliefs and values held around the subjects of diversity and inclusion.
Fee: $35; $25 for Connection Circles Participants (payment in full to reserve slot) Plus, $5 materials fee; payable to instructor on day of workshop; all supplies provided, but you may bring favorite scissors.

Wednesdays, March 1st—March 29th; 6:30—8:30 PM
Between Two Worlds
Instructors: Rev. Lynn Johnson and Patricia Taylor
Joel Goldsmith, creator and founder of The Infinite Way, is the focus of this 5-week course. His book “Living Between Two Worlds,” guides us in a deep exploration of how we can live a “truly spiritual life without retreating from the world” of physical form. Participants need to have read one of Joel Goldsmith’s books and/or have a personal interview with instructor.
Fee: $125; $115 for Connection Circles Participants (payment in full to reserve slot)

Saturdays, Part I: March 11th; Part II: April 8th; 9:00 AM—Noon
Debunking Not Good Enough
Instructed by Marilyn Sprague, M.Ed., RScP
The Spirit within us demands that we live a fully realized life in alignment with our authentic self. When we recognize our authentic self, we emerge as the greatest possibility of who we really are. In this workshop, participants learn to enhance the ability to engage in life from a place of worthiness and to embrace their authentic self. Using a 21-day Directed Faith Plan, participants can strengthen beliefs which expand positive perceptions of self-worth.
Fee: $75; $65 for Connection Circles Participants (payment in full to reserve slot)