Join Stephen Jacobs for music, meditation and message in Tahoe City
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — On Sunday, Sept. 29, 10 a.m., you have the great opportunity to experience spiritual wisdom through the music, meditation, and inspirational message from special guest speaker Stephen Jacobs at the Center for Spiritual Living Tahoe-Truckee, located at 700 North Lake Blvd. in Tahoe City. Stephen’s topic for this morning’s service is “Tips for Joy, Health, and Success!”
Stephen states, “Our minds require joy, our bodies require health, and our lives require success. However, many of us do not live these fully due to: Illusion, Maya, the Dream. We often become stuck in the drama of everyday life and forget who we really are.” In this special morning presentation, Stephen will share six specific techniques to help anchor you in knowing the Truth of who you really are, even in the midst of the drama of relative life.
Everyone will have an opportunity to take a situation that is presently troublesome to them, and through an exercise lead by Stephen will shift the energy to a feeling of relief, feeling less “weighted down,” and much more hopeful. “It is my hope that people will take home these reminders and use them on their own,” said Stephen. Like all “new thought” ideas, the value really begins when we use what we learn.
Stephen Jacobs is currently the president of the Board of Trustees at Unity Center in Reno, Nev. He has a background as a meditation teacher, human resource consultant, and public speaker. Stephen regularly performs as a musician at many “New Thought Centers” throughout Northern Nevada, sharing original compositions that reflect uplifting and expansive concepts. He also is a popular speaker, delivering engaging and thought provoking lessons.
Stephen is currently working on a book to support families who struggle with mental illness.
Founded in 1986, the Center for Spiritual Living Tahoe-Truckee is a spiritual community dedicated to empowering individuals to discover an inner power that has the ability to transform their lives and make the world a better place. The focus of this loving community is in celebrating life and the unique preciousness of all beings. This community believes there are many paths to God and every religion and path has value and purpose.
Each and every path is honored, recognizing that all paths end in love.
With a variety of services available, such as classes, meditation, and special events, the center meets the needs of families, singles, children, adults, and seniors.
Visit http://tahoecsl.org or call 530-581-5117 for more information.
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