The Center for Spiritual Living Denver is a growing community-based Center led by our Bridge Minister, Rev. Elzia Sekou, Musical Director, Freddy Rodriguez and an active Board of Trustees.
CSLDenver is an intimate group of spiritual seekers that meets in the heart of Capitol Hill. We honor people from all walks of life and embrace all Spiritual paths. Whatever your lifestyle or journey, our spiritual communities are ready to embrace, love, and accept you as you are. We are a diverse group that honors all paths to God where everyone is welcome. We look forward to getting to know you. The Center for Spiritual Living Denver is a community of joyful loving people who gather often to share in each other’s spiritual well-being.
To Our Beloved CSL Denver Community,
We will continue to meet every Sunday online on Facebook and YouTube until further notice. We will keep you updated on future developments through our website, Facebook page and our MailChimp weekly newsletter.
Thank you so much for all of your loving support, financial and otherwise. Please let us know if you have any questions, suggestions or need anything from us.
We miss you all and hope to be able to see and hug you in the future.
Rev. Elzia and the CSL Denver Board
December Theme: Celebrating Divine Truth
Sunday Services - Meeting Online in December
Welcoming the Shadow! - Rev. Elzia Sekou
Sunday, December, 2020: 10:00 am MT - Online Service
Please join CSL Denver this Sunday, December 6, as Rev. Elzia Sekou shares his thoughts on the shadow places of our lives and what richness lives there when we open to our shadow. Science of Mind teaches that we are created in the likeness of God: Perfect God, perfect man/woman, perfect being. Are we as humans perfect? Ultimately, yes; and in daily life, it may seem that we’re not.
We must become aware that our individual ego builds up the burden of shadow in our human nature. Recognizing the shadow, we can shift the negative perception; look beyond appearance, seek alignment with, and most of all, remember the Spiritual Truth of who we are – Divine Children of God – whole, perfect and complete.
“The shadow is a moral problem that challenges the whole ego-personality, for no one can become conscious of the shadow without considerable moral effort. To become conscious of it involves recognizing the dark aspects of the personality as present and real. This act is the essential condition for any kind of self-knowledge.” – Carl Jung
Music by Freddy Rodriquez, Jr.