Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg

We are a group creating face-to-face spiritual community in Loudoun County, meeting in Leesburg, and affiliated with Centers for Spiritual Living.

Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and help create a world that works for everyone. We do this by teaching spiritual principles, tools and practices in a contemporary way, making them easy to access and apply while building a community dedicated to love, acceptance and transformation in the world. If you are in search of a spiritual community where you are respected and accepted for who you are and want the inspiration and support to grow to your highest potential, please accept our invitation to visit us soon!

Mission: Our Vision Statement: To awaken our inherent Oneness with Divine Source, our planet and each other and then act knowing that Oneness matters. Our Values: To be a place of love, generosity, authenticity, respect, gratitude, joy, curiosity, beauty, integrity and clear communication. What We Do: As a spiritual community, we provide opportunities to deep our spiritual practice, experience empowering education, encourage engaged action and cultivate inspired leadership.

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Facing Our Fear

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On Friday, September 18 2020, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at age 87 and the United States of America said farewell to a national treasure. Justice Ginsburg was — and still is — a hero of historic stature, who was, among other things, the champion of women’s rights, gender equality, and LGBTQi rights.

She was described as “an unlikely pioneer, a diminutive and shy woman, whose soft voice and large glasses hid an intellect and attitude that, was tough as nails.”

Justice Ginsburg became the first Supreme Court justice to officiate a same-sex wedding. In August 2013, she performed the wedding ceremony of Kennedy Center president Michael Kaiser and economist John Roberts. She had, prior to 2013, judged in favor of the rights of same-sex couples in the United States.

Ginsburg became just the second women in history to be appointed to the United States highest court, the Supreme Court. She was and sworn into office on August 10, 1993
Justice Ginsburg said to an audience in North Carolina in September 2019 - As bleak as things may seem, I have seen so many changes in my lifetime," and some significant changes that have been seen, are thanks to her fearless advocacy for human rights, and equality.

A Question of Faith - Rev Sunday Cote

Better Together - Charlene Banks, RScP

Color Blind or Color Full? - Rev Sunday Cote

Who Are We? -- Rev Sunday Cote

Let's Get Together and Feel Alright - Sunday Cote

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“Sing Out, March On” at Harvard Commencement

Shared this today during our service. "Sing out, March On" in honor of Rep. John Lewis. (He received over 50 Honorary Doctorates)
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Joshuah Campbell '16 and Harvard friends perform “Sing Out, March On”—a powerful tribute to John Lewis, Harvard's Commencement speaker.

The Tao of Freedom - Rev Sunday Cote

The Truth will Set You Free

"None Are Free Until All Are Free" - Guest Speaker Larry Branch

Free at Last: Liberated by the Teachings of Naturee

Mindful Action

Mindful Speech by Rev. Sunday Cote

An important perspective about the power of our collecitve stories and the words we use.

[06/28/20]   From Rev. Sunday's talk last week on Mindful Speech. An important perspective about the power of our collective stories.

Mindful Speech - Rev Sunday Cote

[06/19/20]   Black Lives Matter - A Message from Rev. Dr. Edward Viljoen, Spiritual Leader

Centers for Spiritual Living stands with people all around the world who are advocating for justice, equity, inclusion, and peace. We are motivated by our vision of a world that works for everyone and, therefore, we affirm with the people of the world that Black Lives Matter. Not only do Black Lives Matter, but according to our teaching, they are sacred.

We have confidence that the momentum of support from individuals, along with, spiritual and secular organizations, is more than a fleeting moment, but rather the heralding of lasting change.

We have confidence that a new era of willingness to engage in the inner work that leads to the end of racism in our world has begun.

We have confidence that the unifying cry of our global heart, that Black Lives Matter, has struck a note of urgency in all who will hear it.

And above all, we have confidence that the Living Spirit Almighty is working through us to bring our stated belief in Oneness into form, in the social, political, judicial, spiritual, and economic realms, and importantly, in our hearts.

The recent tragic loss of Black lives in the United States and other countries due to police violence, and the myriad inequities that have resurfaced, have revealed that our world is still catching up to the vision of a world that works for everyone. We have been called to be brave enough to examine how society can be out of step with its values and how we, as individuals can be out of step with our spiritual values. One of our values in Centers for Spiritual Living is Love as the self-givingness of the Divine to all creation, expressing through us as compassion, caring, mutual respect, and kindness. Our organization’s purpose is to awaken humanity to its spiritual magnificence. What can be more spiritually magnificent than to say a full-hearted yes to this upwelling of affirmation of the sacredness of Black lives?

We invite you to stand with Centers for Spiritual Living, and the people of the world, by affirming with us that Black Lives Matter, so that we may demonstrate the values of our teaching and embrace the emerging universal consciousness of Oneness.

Let us, therefore, light the candle of love, human kindness, forgiveness, and understanding in our soul, and let it shine brightly. Let us not peer into the darkness, troubled and concerned because it is so foreboding and unknown. Rather let us remain steadfast in the radiance of that Spiritual Light of Truth within ourselves. Let us stand guard so that the winds of malice, cross purposes, ignorance, or misunderstanding will not blow out the Light. Let us so live each day that the Light from our candle of Spiritual Knowledge will forever be clear and understood, not only by ourselves but by all with whom we come in contact.

Dr. Ernest Holmes, Help for Today (1958), page 99

Dr. Edward Viljoen, Spiritual Leader

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Mindful Intentions

Join us Sunday morning from 11-12 on fb live.
The Science of Mind shows us how to use our minds to create our experience of reality. We can use this more fully in our lives through daily spiritual practice. We can create a vision for our lives and live that vision to its fullest extent. Let us say “YES” to the Divine Creative Impulse within us today!

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I am grateful for the opportunity to come together in community during this time of turmoil and pain in our country and the world. In addition to our spiritual practice, we will be exploring the question, "How do we heal?" specifically as it relates to racism and white body supremacy. I believe it is one of my most important talks in the course of my ministry.

The amazing Lea Morris will be sharing her powerful music with us as well.

I hope to see you at 11:00 Eastern either in our Zoom room or on here on FB. You can find the link for Zoom on our website: www.cslleesburg.org

Love and blessings, Rev. Sunday

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The Path Made Clear - Rev. Sunday Cote

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May Global Themes - Week 5

May 31, 2020 - These Hands

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These Hands

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May Global Themes - Week 4

May 24, 2020 - The Path Made Clear

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The Path Made Clear

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May Global Themes - Week 4

May 24, 2020 - The Path Made Clear

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The Path Made Clear

"Listen to your Heart" - Rev.Sunday Cote

Join us!

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May Global Themes - Week 2

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CSL created a promo video for our upcoming talks. Check out the 5/10 video here.

Listening to Your Heart

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Global Themes - May Week 1

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Here is a link to our first week theme.

The Seat of the Soul

Seat of the Soul - Rev. Sunday Cote

"Fire in the Belly"

Charlene Banks, RScP, talks about what is "mine to do"

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Center for Spiritual Living Leesburg provides spiritual tools to transform our personal lives and help create a world that works for everyone. We do this by teaching spiritual principles, tools and practices in a contemporary way, making them easy to access and apply while building a community dedicated to love, acceptance and transformation in the world. If you are in search of a spiritual community where you are respected and accepted for who you are and want the inspiration and support to grow to your highest potential, please accept our invitation to visit us soon!

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Videos (show all)

Facing Our Fear
A Question of Faith - Rev Sunday Cote
Better Together - Charlene Banks, RScP
Color Blind or Color Full? - Rev Sunday Cote
Who Are We? -- Rev Sunday Cote
Let's Get Together and Feel Alright - Sunday Cote
The Tao of Freedom - Rev Sunday Cote
The Truth will Set You Free
"None Are Free Until All Are Free" - Guest Speaker Larry Branch
Free at Last: Liberated by the Teachings of Naturee
Mindful Action
Mindful Speech by Rev. Sunday Cote

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601 Catoctin Cir NE
Leesburg, VA
20176
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Crossroads Baptist Church Crossroads Baptist Church
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Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Holy Trinity Lutheran Church
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Shujaa Boerboele Shujaa Boerboele
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Bethel United Methodist Church of Lucketts Bethel United Methodist Church of Lucketts
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Providence Baptist Church Providence Baptist Church
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Vision: Know God, Go with God, Grow in God Objective: Deeper in Faith, Broader in Community --Matthew 28:18-20, Acts 1:8, Philippians 2:5, Romans 12

Kehilat Sar Shalom Congregation Kehilat Sar Shalom Congregation
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