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Who are we?
President: Karena Dixon
Vice President: Matthew Tod
Secretary: Reg Litherland
Treasurer, Newsletter, Website: Lesley Haslip
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Spiritual Awareness Centre
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Our goal is to create the possibility of Love, Peace, Joy and Wisdom for all people. We aim to provide an opportunity for people to become more aware of their spiritual nature, to improve their skills in coping with everyday issues, and help them overcome the big obstacles when they are faced with them.
Growing out of the
The Seven Principles
Spiritualism bows to no creeds or dogmas; its philosophy is centred around seven principles which were received direct from Spirit through the mediumship of Emma Hardinge Britten, one of the pioneers of British Spiritualism. It should be borne in mind that these are principles, not commandments and in accepting them, one is accorded complete liberty of interpretation. The Seven Principles are:
1. The Universal Fatherhood
6. Compensation and Retribution, here or hereafter, for all the Good and Evil Deeds done on Earth.
7. Eternal Progress open to every Human Soul.
Members enjoy discounts on some of our regular classes and workshops and can borrow books from our members-only library. Our annual sub is $25 per person for 1st October to 30th September. Reduced sub for August and September only $10. Download our Membership Form.
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“ There is No Death”
Love DOES make us warm inside while disgust turns our stomach.
A study found that different emotions affect the body in different ways . . .
Love is felt right down to the toes and happiness suffuses the whole body.
Angry people are more aware of their head and arms - this could be because they are subconsciously preparing for a fight.
Sadness leaves the limbs feeling weak and disgust is primarily felt in the throat and digestive system. READ MORE at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2531594/
Next Reading Day Sat. 1st March 2014
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