Spiritualist Circle of Light provides content to encourage people to deepen their spiritual experience through articles, videos, classes, etc. Spirituality is a personal experience connecting you to the Divine.
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You can learn about the Principles of Nature, how they apply to us as individuals and as a collective. Harmony is not about you or I. Harmony is about relationships; the relationship you have others, with nature, with the Divine, and more importantly, with yourself.
You can learn about
Spiritualism, Mediumship, philosophy, and the role of religion as they pertain
to Spirituality. We draw from a variety of sources that include so-called Pagan
teachings, Mystery Schools, religious teachings, and more. We connect these
teachings to scientific research that has been proven or based on scientific
Our goal is to demonstrate that harmony is the goal of Nature, and that a harmonious life leads to a more fulfilling experience. There is no separation in harmony. All are individually connected, retaining individuality and are interconnected.
Your guide is the Rev. Phillip Falcone, who has been involved with the Independent Spiritualist Association and its member charters for over 20 yrs. During that time he has taught classes in Mediumship, Clairvoyance, Energy Healing, and general classes about personal and spiritual development.
Rev. Phillip has earned an Assc from Western University and a BAS from Phoenix University, and certificates from Indiana South Bend University in Work Place Communication, Coach Training Alliance for Life Coaching, Universal Class for Self-Esteem Building, Independent Spiritualist Association for Healing Medium, Mediumship, and ordination. He is also a self-published author.
Rev. Phillip's has a deep interest in understanding people, the life experience, development of the spiritual within and how it enhances the experience of life. He also facilitates enrichment classes in watercolors and pastels. He serves the First Spiritual Church of Prayer and the Spiritualist Circle of Light.
When dealing with the internal self-critic, it is best to give it a name. By doing this, the Self-critic becomes externalized. This allows you to deny its existence.
Inspired by Matthew McKay & Patrick Fanning's Self Esteem
Those who are exposed repeatedly to discouraging events are unlikely to realize that their view of themselves and possibly life is skewed.
Marilyn Sorensen, Ph. D. Breaking the Chain of Low Self-Esteem