Center for Spiritual Living Morristown
331 Mt. Kemble Ave
Morristown, NJ 07960
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Let yourself be silently drawn
by the strange pull of what you really love.
It will not lead you astray.

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Life is infinitely Eternal & eternally Infinite.
Now THAT is mind blowing!
I let my mind be blown today by the grandness of the Universal Life showing off.
Effortlessly, I withhold opinion and let myself become more and more curious, openminded and interested in Life Itself.
Surrendering to the Infinite becoming finite all over the place, I fill up on the creative process’ movements.
I become fully present and I show up as a conscious individualized expression of the One.
Here I stop and take a breath.
Here I stop being myopic.
Here I stop shrinking to my “little” personal point of view.
Here I stop interpreting life based on my limiting beliefs (my ego).
Here I open my mind and my heart to my soul’s point of view.
Since life is Infinite & Eternal I now choose a more expansive point of view: Truth based, Spiritual Principle based.
Love is ALL there is.
Divine Right Action is the ONLY Action.
I am a channel for Good.
I am present to this Good and I show UP as a bright Light.
Checking in with myself every day on where I need to do some healing (inner) alignment, I keep myself dwelling in gratitude for the life I am privileged to live as an incarnation of the Divine living my life eternal.
I show up being a healthy, happy, smart, inspiring, effective change agent.
AND SO IT IS!
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2017 A Year of Values-Based Spiritual Living

Theme for February 2017: Spiritual Living as Diversity and Inclusivity
We value, embrace, and celebrate the individual uniqueness and contribution of all people as they express through differences of gender, ethnicity, culture, history, experience, talents, and sexual orientation.

February 19th: Take it into the Streets!

The first two Sundays in February we explored inner inclusivity and diversity.
Now we go from the ‘within to the without’.
Vision means nothing if it does not become action.
We must DO SOMETHING!
So what is yours to do?
How do we live a values-based spiritual life in the world on a day to day basis?
Come and find out!
Your soul will thank you!

Assisting Practitioner: Theo Tilton
Musical Guests: Garry Novikoff ... See MoreSee Less

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Something very special happens when you say YES to this!!
This Tuesday the powerful 8 week adventure begins!
Class: Tuesdays, starting February 21: 10AM-12:30PM or 6:30-9PM (day or evening class)
Classes run from February 21 through April 11
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Universal Love is the glue that holds Life together.
It is everywhere. It is in everything & everyone, all the time.
Today I align myself with this Universal Truth.
It is already mine. It created me out of Itself and It is already in me. It IS me.
So, I turn to my spiritual DNA and surrender.
I consciously allow love to infuse all of me, all of my life, all of my actions and my life LIGHTS up.
Here & now I remember that I am simply an instrument of God’s Love.
I welcome the infinite opportunities to be love in action and the more I am the more love I feel and see.
Grateful to make a difference with my own unique brand of love, I simple thrive on the results I see in my world.
They then ripple out into the greater world, beyond where I can see, AND return to my multiplied abundantly.
I am a gracious receiver of Love
AND SO IT IS AND SHALL FOR EVER BE.
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2017 A Year of Values-Based Spiritual Living

Theme for February 2017: Spiritual Living as Diversity and Inclusivity
We value, embrace, and celebrate the individual uniqueness and contribution of all people as they express through differences of gender, ethnicity, culture, history, experience, talents, and sexual orientation.

February 12th: The Wabi-Sabi of You!

In the more evolved & mature ways of spirituality and psychology we learn that our wounds offer our greatest growth opportunities.
That can be a tough concept to embrace.
What it means is that our suffering is not for naught.
Struggle and resistance then keeps us stuck in our wounds.
Surrender and a willingness to learn, heal and grow can be MOST transformative and awakening.
In other words, it’s about the embodiment of the Science of Mind Principle that says ‘EVERYTHING happens FOR us and FOR our good'.

Assisting Practitioner: Gail Belluardo
Musical Guests: James Brough ... See MoreSee Less

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Minister

Rev. Frankie Timmers – Minister

revfrankie_webReverend Frankie Timmers was born in The Netherlands and raised in the Catholic faith.Educated in The Netherlands, France and the United States, she is proficient in Dutch, German, French and English. Intending to be a veterinarian, she never dreamed someday she would be a minister. In 1982 while in the United States, on an extended stay as a tourist, she was introduced to Religious Science and began the study of the Science of Mind®. In 1987 she became a Religious Science minister and serves as the Spiritual Director of Center for Spiritual Living Morristown.

Rev. Frankie is a dynamic speaker and teacher of metaphysics, a counselor, organizer of church activities, and she conducts weekly lunch hour meditation sessions open to the public. She has been a guest on panels, radio/television shows, and facilitated workshops for the Rotary, Kiwanis, Alcoholics Anonymous, Women’s Centers, Senior Citizen Centers, prisons, and Morris County Community College. She presently serves on the Morris County Area Clergy Council. Besides her service to the Center and community, her interests are in yoga, bicycling, holistic health, the environment, flute, and her cat Joop.

Her travels have taken her all over the world.Her most recent trips have been to Turkey, where she traveled with a group of Sufis. Meeting Sufi sheiks and visiting ancient Sufi sites. Her most delicious experience was honoring Jellaludin Rumi, the 13th century Sufi poet at his tomb in Konya, Turkey. She has also traveled to South Africa three times, each for a one-month visit. She has had the privilege of serving Ela Gandhi at her International Centre on Non-Violence in Durban, Ela Gandhi is the grand daughter of Mahatma Gandhi.

Rev. Frankie is very alive and feels tuned into Spirit in a way that is contagious. Her ministry is all about celebrating who we REALLY are, which is Spirit in expression. She takes the Science of Mind® teaching and principles very seriously and herself very lightly.