Loving Ourselves

Marjorie Larragoite, RScP

Loving Ourselves by Marjorie Larragoite, Practitioner Emeritus Loving ourselves doesn’t mean we love others less.  It means we recognize our own self-worth and have very special relationships with ourselves that honor who we truly are…expressions of the indwelling Spirit. Having self-love and self-esteem are essential in order to have loving relationships with others.  If we don’t honor and respect ourselves, how can we expect anyone else to do so?  This may be our fear, that … Read More

Not Enough?

Tilia Giron, RScP - All is Love

Not Enough?by Tilia GironChaplain, RScP Sitting with it, what I recognize is that when I wrong myself for seeing my insecurity or for feeling in my heart like I’m not enough, all I am doing is strengthening that feeling, that pattern, that belief of not enough. So, in this moment, I choose to accept myself with All my not enoughness. To love myself with not enoughness. To see the beauty, To behold the wholeness of … Read More

Love is an Inside Job

Chaplain Tilia Giron, RScP

Love is an Inside Jobby Tilia Giron, RScP All day long today, I shall remember to love and nurture myself.No matter what.No matter that I spill down the front of my shirt.No matter that I may not be at my best.No matter whatever.I shall love myself fully and passionately throughout the day’s events. I love myself like the Divine loves me.It sees no imperfection. Only Love.Thus, I see only Love.Only love with love from love … Read More

I Open Myself up to the Challenge

Carmella Herrera, RScP

I Open Myself up to the Challengeby Carmella Herrera, RScP As I began to call upon the one Universal Being, I feel the Creative Power as a source of energy.  As I surrender to this Source Energy, I let go of what I believed about the past, and what I maybe had even hoped for. Knowing that the past is no longer, I can change the meaning of past events that no longer serve me.  … Read More

A Prayer for People Diagnosed with Cancer

Rev. Martha Quintana. Senior Minister

A Prayer for People Diagnosed with Cancerby Rev. Martha Quintana, Senior Minister This past year several of my family and friends have been given a health diagnosis of cancer. While we know the diagnosis isn’t who they are, we know that it is a startling condition that changes everything about their reality. Suddenly time is more precious, and love is more important. Transformation is a reality and knowing the self is paramount. Love of self … Read More