Center for Spiritual Living Twin Cities

  • is a community that unconditionally accepts us just as we are.

  • is a mirror that reflects back to us the truth, the beauty and the potential of our individual spiritual nature.

  • is a foundation and a support that encourages us to be
    all that we can be.

  • celebrates each one of us; each of us IS a perfect spiritual center expressing the One Life.

Reverend Nancy Herrick

Rev. Nancy Herrick

welcomes your calls:

 (612) 388-8223

email: Rev Nancy

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will not be meeting regularly during this summer.   

Watch for information about informal gatherings during this time --

and the return of weekly Gatherings in October.


Midsummer is such a wonderful time of plenty here in Minnesota, with the sun’s warmth and light giving us awesome sustenance and beauty with luxuriant foliage and delicious, healthy fruits and vegetables. We also are receiving essential vitamins from the sun’s rays that warm and tan and relax us.

Our lives are meant to have a natural cycle: Work—rest—conceive. It’s circular, with the conception of ideas stimulating us to move forward again into the next work portion of the cycle. We are meant to express and experience these in equal measure: 1/3, 1/3, 1/3. (I know, the Bible says God rested on the seventh day, and it and other holy books often advise doing things in 40-day periods. Both 7 and 40 are numbers indicating wholeness and perfection; their metaphysical meanings are “completeness” and “as long as it takes.” These passages are saying that God rested when creation was complete and that what was undertaken was continued until the desired result was achieved.)

The number three represents a wholeness that is comprised of three equal parts. Creative wholeness consists of equal elements of work, rest, and conception or inspiration (inspire: breathing spirit into).

Summertime is a natural time for us to honor the “rest” part of this cycle. It is much more important than our production-oriented culture appreciates, for without relaxation, we aren’t in a mode of openness to conceive new ideas or easier, better ways to accomplish that which we wish to produce. We’ve all heard striking examples of scientists and others who experienced a “eureka!” moment regarding a problem when they took a nap or went for a relaxing walk. We are meant to receive solutions and guidance easily and often, in our everyday lives. We can’t do that if we aren’t giving ourselves appropriate relaxation time; we won’t be “in the zone”!

Another really important reason to get the right amount of rest is that this relaxed and rested zone—this arena in which creativity comes alive—is where our real selves come out to play. Want to get in touch with your Real, Inner Self? Relax, get in touch with what It wants to do, then play at that. This will be true happiness. So get in the groove. As Simon and Garfunkel sang,
“Slow down, you move too fast.
You gotta make the (summer) last…”

EnJOY your summer,

Pick up the phone and call me this summer—or drop me an email.
I’d love to hear your thoughts!

                     (612) 388-8223

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Centers for Spiritual Living offer the Science of Mind philosophy, publishing the popular Science of Mind Magazine since 1938.  Check out our international organization.

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     Aligning Mind & Heart to Change Lives

We study and discuss New Thought Philosophy including Emerson, Chopra, Holmes, Goldsmith, Tolle, Dyer and more.  New Thought is a positive, practical spirituality based on truths found in all major faiths and spiritual traditions.  Here's a message from Ernest Holmes about the Science of Mind. ( more......)

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