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Perhaps you've been touched by the healing words of Louise Hay or Deepak Chopra, or inspired by the work of Wayne Dyer or Marianne Williamson. You may have been profoundly affected by The Secret. The philosophy each of these wisdom teachers writes about is called New Thought, and these same ideas are what we explore here at Columbus Center for Spiritual Living. We do this through Sunday Celebration services, classes, and social events geared for spiritual-minded people who would like a community with which to explore the deeper nature of Reality.

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Mystic Cafe: Open Mic, Open Stage and More

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• What we'll do Each Friday's Mystic Cafe will offer a different visual artist to set the ambiance for the open stage. Singers, players, dancers, jugglers, whatever you do, here's your audience. Love Offering. • What to bring - Your beautiful self! • Important to know - if you want to perform, come early to sign up.

Columbus Center for Spiritual Living Weekly Meetup

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Please note: Due to the Covid-19, we are not meeting in person at the NW Masonic Temple until further notice. Our apologies for the inconvenience. In the meantime, we are livestreaming our Sunday Meditation and Celebration from Zoom to our Youtube channel at Columbus CSL. Please join us each Sunday at 10am for Meditation and 10:30am for Sunday Celebration. Other events that we host are also via Zoom. You can obtain Zoom sign in information on our Facebook page @spirituallivingcolumbus. Please join us! We will communicate out in the future when we will be meeting together again at the NW Masonic Temple. Blessings General Information about Celebration Services: If you come at 10am, you'll participate in a 15-minute spiritual practice, either guided or silent meditation, or chanting. Then the music team kicks off the 10:30 service with a contemporary New Thought gospel or rhythm and blues sing-a-long, followed by centering music and prayer. You'll hear a short talk about how to integrate Science of Mind and New Thought principles into your daily living (the Law of Attraction is one such principle), and we round the hour out with music and affirmative prayer, which is a specific prayer technique that uses present tense affirmation of change, rather than the traditional asking or beseeching prayer. Give us an hour, and I can pretty much guarantee you'll leave feeling better than when you came in. We offer youth programs from ages 5 - 15 as well.

Columbus Center for Spiritual Living Weekly Meetup

Location visible to members

Please note: Due to the Covid-19, we are not meeting in person at the NW Masonic Temple until further notice. Our apologies for the inconvenience. In the meantime, we are livestreaming our Sunday Meditation and Celebration from Zoom to our Youtube channel at Columbus CSL. Please join us each Sunday at 10am for Meditation and 10:30am for Sunday Celebration. Other events that we host are also via Zoom. You can obtain Zoom sign in information on our Facebook page @spirituallivingcolumbus. Please join us! We will communicate out in the future when we will be meeting together again at the NW Masonic Temple. Blessings General Information about Celebration Services: If you come at 10am, you'll participate in a 15-minute spiritual practice, either guided or silent meditation, or chanting. Then the music team kicks off the 10:30 service with a contemporary New Thought gospel or rhythm and blues sing-a-long, followed by centering music and prayer. You'll hear a short talk about how to integrate Science of Mind and New Thought principles into your daily living (the Law of Attraction is one such principle), and we round the hour out with music and affirmative prayer, which is a specific prayer technique that uses present tense affirmation of change, rather than the traditional asking or beseeching prayer. Give us an hour, and I can pretty much guarantee you'll leave feeling better than when you came in. We offer youth programs from ages 5 - 15 as well.

Soup 'N Share Community Lunch

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Back by popular demand, these homemade soups and bread are perfect for winter. Bring your pals and sit down together for great conversation over great food. Love Offering.

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