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Rev. Amani Says Hello
from Her Mandala Garden
Click here for a special video message from Rev. Amani
As a reminder, here is ABQCSL's phased approach to reopening that Rev. Amani mentioned in her video.
There are lots of opportunities to stay connected with each other and to keep on our transformational journeys during this off-campus time. This week is the time to join the new CSL-Accredited class, Self Mastery, which starts Tuesday evening.
This week is also the time to check out the Summer SpiritGroups. Attend a Connection Event and see if one (or more) of these calls to you.

Summer SpiritGroup Catalog

For complete SpiritGroup info, visit our website.

Sundays 1:00 - 2:30 PM 

Spiritual Growth Social Hour
Host: Tanley McMullan

An opportunity to reduce the isolation and boredom of social distancing while also growing spiritually.  The group will lay out ahead of time an agenda for each meeting in the session to include proposed or impromptu discussion topics, Zoom-based watch parties of films focusing on spiritual growth, discussion of current events, books and articles. 

Connection Week Event: Day, July 19 1:00 PM

Mondays 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM 
This Thing Called You
Host: Joy Lynn Hertz, RScP

A book study focusing on setting and manifesting personal intentions and goals through affirmative prayer, meditation, journaling, visualizing, vision boards and pages, and group support.

Connection Week Event: Day, July 20 11:00 AM


Mondays 5:30 - 7:00 PM 
Understanding and Undoing White Supremacy
This group is for people who identify as white.
Host: Jane Midgley, Ministerial Intern

Come join us as we learn and grow together. We can create a world that works for everyone, and it starts with us. We will explore:

How white supremacy affects us personally 
• Building community
• Becoming allies for people of color

 We will be using the book Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor by Layla Saad.

Connection Week Event: Day, July 20 5:30 PM

Wednesdays 4:00 - 5:30 PM 
Enough Money, Meaning, and Friends
Host: Scott Miller

In a world that works for everyone, we would each have enough money, meaning, and friends to thrive. Learn how the Circles process works to lift people out of poverty, and become an organizer or ally to help others in the larger community. Whether you want more money, more meaning, or more friends, you will have the support you need to pursue your goal and be on the ground floor of an exciting new program.  Albuquerque Center for Spiritual Living has launched an ongoing initiative to actively reduce local poverty.  Join us in transforming our community.​ This group and this program specializes in working with low-income families.  All are welcome.

This SpiritGroup's Focus:

  • Sorting out your new life in these new norms
  • Making plans to have enough of what we need to thrive​

Based on the successful work of and the book Enough Money, Meaning and Friends by Scott Miller​. 

Connection Week Event: Wednesday, July 22 4:00 PM

Wednesdays 6:00 - 7:30 PM 
BIPOC Spiritual Tools & Support
Spiritual Tools and Support for Black, Indigenous, People of Color
Hosts: Rev. Amani Malaika of ABQCSL, and Tammi Lambert of Rio Grande CSL

A space co-created by folks socially located within Black, Indigenous, and People of Color experiences to take time for spiritual support through tools, practices, sharing and listening. All religions, traditions, denominations, persuasions welcome. Freely offered to BIPOC.

Connection Week Event: Day, July 22 6:00 PM


Thursdays 7:00 - 8:30 PM 
The Gifts of Imperfection
Host: Vicky Murata, RScP

A study of Brené Brown's book, The Gifts of Imperfection. Let go of who you think you are supposed to be and embrace who you are.

Connection Week Event: Day, July 23 7:00 PM

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