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Our Principles & Practices

As a collaborative community where all voices are heard, together we are creating a loving and inclusive spiritual community in joyous service to the world.
We boldly teach and practice Universal Spiritual Truths.

Our vision is a world in which everyone experiences their own True Nature, and the Truth of all of Creation.


In the Science of Mind tradition, spiritual growth is an inside job.

Science of Mind's foundational building blocks are five Practices that we teach and study to further our spiritual growth and understanding:

  • Meditation

  • Spiritual Mind Treatment

  • Spiritual Study

  • Giving

  • Service

What We Believe
What We Believe

  • We boldly practice and teach Universal Spiritual Truths.

  • We believe Spirit manifests in everyone and that all people are connected to the Universal Spirit.

  • We believe that Happiness, Peace, Joy and other positive qualities are within us and that we experience these to the degree that we become conscious of them. 

  • We believe the ultimate goal of life to be a complete emancipation from all
    suffering of every nature, and that this goal is sure to be attained by all.

  • We believe in the immortality of the individual soul, forever and ever expanding. 

  • We believe in the direct revelation of Truth through the intuitive nature of the individual, and that any person may become a revealer of Truth who lives in close contact with indwelling Spirit.

  • We believe that the Universal Spirit operates through a Universal Mind, and that we are surrounded by this Creative Mind, which receives the direct impress of our thought and acts upon it.  

  • We believe that each human being has a destiny of loving service to humanity and the earth, and by fulfilling that destiny we help create a world that works for everyone.  As an affirmation of our personal commitment to service, we may consider: "Take all that I am, all that I have, and all that I do, and use them in service to a purpose greater than myself."

Adapted from What We Believe, by Ernest Holmes, published in the first issue of Science of Mind magazine, October, 1927

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