As you celebrate this past year and prepare for 2020, take a moment to be in gratitude for all you have learned and all the blessings you have received. Take the strife from the year of learning and transmute it into love and peace to carry within you. Each year it becomes easier to find the gift and the learning from life’s experiences.
Just for a moment, look back at a life experience you had five years ago that seemed bigger than life. How is it now? What did you learn from it and how does it serve you now? It might have been about creating better boundaries, clearer communication, a job change or the end of a relationship. Any of these issues can challenge the best of us. Be compassionate when you review your life by looking honestly with open eyes as you assess your personal growth.
Spirits love to grow, while bodies tend to like the status quo. Many times it takes a huge impact to get us to change and move forward. As we move into 2020, the Center is changing as well. We have new teachers and a tuition increase for some classes that allows us to provide better compensation for our teachers’ experience and expertise. It has been over 10 years since we adjusted our rates and you’ll find our staff is dedicated to helping each person evolve.
Please check out our free Tuesday night workshops that offer mini tastes of modalities available in our own community. Community awareness and how to take action is the theme for 2020 and is spearheaded by Kate deLaGrange.
If you haven’t had a chance to attend our monthly meditative church service, please join Debby Stillman and me on the second Sunday of each month. Experience guided meditations and quiet time to just go within and find your own way of inner connecting. Look for some new upcoming weekend workshops that Debby and I will be leading in the summer as well.
Each year the Center sponsors two groups or families that need financial help. This year we have chosen Attention Homes, a group that gives 12- to 24-year-olds a safe place to stay and opportunities to change their futures. This is a great way to help end homelessness in Boulder. Our second group is Love for Lily, LFLNICU.org, giving families the support they need to ease their journey through the Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) and thrive both in-unit and at home. Please consider donating to the Center to support these two organizations that are doing so much to help families and individuals locally. All proceeds go directly to the organizations.
Wishing you Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year to create the life you love. Namaste.
Rev. Mary Bell Nyman has been teaching and reading for over 40 years. She teaches the six-month minister and teacher classes, telephone classes and One-to-One. She also does channeled healings with Master Jesus. Call Mary at 303-554-6465 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for a reading or information.