Dear beloved community,

Happy New Year! As we enter the new year, there is much to be grateful for and excited about. We continue to grow as a Center. We’re seeing new faces just about every Sunday, which is exciting, as it means we are touching more lives. This time of year brings the hope of new possibilities, both for our us individually, as well as for our community. I trust that this coming year will bring an abundance of blessings for all of us.

January’s theme is: “Lessons in the Art of Living,” which is all about what it takes to live our lives in a more joyous and fulfilling way. What could you do to create more joy in your life this new year? What would you be willing to do to engage with your life in a deeper, more meaningful way?

We all share a connection with the divine, as it is a guiding force within each of us. This divine force will always guide us to that which will bring us the greatest opportunity for growth. Notice what are you being guided to do differently this new year. It could be related to relationships, finances, employment, health, or another area in your life. Each of us have areas of our lives that could use a little more love.

Get quiet and tune into the center of your being, that place where God lives and ask the following questions, “What area of my life could use some attention and love?” “What would bring me the most joy this new year?” Trust the answer that comes and then close your eyes and visualize what you would like to experience and how you would like it to be different. Use all of your senses to really feel it, as if the changes were happening right now. Feel it deep within you and believe that it is possible. As you do this process on a regular basis, you will notice a shift, not only in how you feel about your life but what shows up in your life will also be different, as you will soon begin to manifest your greatest desires.

May this new year bring you all that your heart desires and more!

Much love and abundant blessings,

Rev. Lea

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  1. January 3, 2020

    GREAT article, Cath! May this be your BEST YEAR YET!!!!

  2. January 3, 2020

    Oops, somehow I saw Catherine’s name by mistake. GREAT article, Rev. Lea!!!! 💕

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