Sunday Services 8:30, 10:00, 11:30 am
Sunday Evening 7:00 pm
Wednesday Service 7:00 pm, Meditation 6:30 pm

2075 Occidental Road • Santa Rosa, California 95401 • 707-546-4543
Office Hours: Mon-Wed 10:00 am - 6:30 pm • Sat 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday Morning Meditation

9:35 to 9:50 am in the Richard Leo Meditation Chapel (upstairs)


Wednesday Evening Meditation

6:30 to 6:50 pm in the Richard Leo Meditation Chapel (upstairs)
 

Heart Coherence Meditation

Every Monday at 7 pm in the Richard Leo Meditation Chapel (upstairs). A gentle, effective meditation that engages the powerful electromagnetic field of the heart to experience well-being and the beautiful qualities of an opening heart. For more information, please contact Linda Marshall at 837-1982 or linda@lindamarshall.info.
 

Saturday Meditation Group

Strengthen your meditation through group practice. Join Lauren Darges, RScP, in the Richard Leo Meditatin Chapel (upstairs) on Saturdays from 10 to 11 am. This one-hour session is comprised of mindfulness meditation practice with some instruction. Take advantage of the power of meditating with a group. Open to anyone who wants to meditate. Drop-ins welcome. From 11:00 to 11:30 is a book study and discussion. Stay for the discussion even if you haven’t read the book. To find out what the current book is contact Lauren at Lauren.darges@gmail.com.

Monthly World Peace Meditation

Since 1986 a group of committed people have been meeting at the Center to pray and meditate together, on the last calendar day of every month (except in October when we meet on the 30th) at 7 pm. Our common intention is to focus our awareness on peace—the inner peace that is the revelation of world peace. Our vision is nothing less than the healing of humanity and the evolution of consciousness. Everyone is welcome to join us in this simple practice which usually lasts for about 45 minutes. For more information, please contact Vivian Strand at 707-953-1917.

Annual World Peace Meditation

December 31 at 4 am - Join your community and the rest of the world at this time to center in peace. This powerful tradition has been observed at the Center since December 31, 1986. Why 4 am? It is noon, Greenwich Mean Time, and it is December 31 in all 24 time zones. We will be meditating, singing, and praying for peace simultaneously with people throughout the world. Feel free to wear your jammies and bring a blanket.
 

Annual New Year’s Eve Vigil

December 31, typically from 6 am to 6 pm. Watch announcement pages and check the "Upcoming Events" section of this web site for updated information. Open to the New Year by communing with Spirit at our annual New Year’s Eve Vigil. Rest in silence and prayer, sitting around our beautifully created World Peace Altar.
 

Annual Good Friday/Easter Vigil

Dates and times vary to coincide with Easter. Watch announcement pages and check the "Upcoming Events" section of this web site for updated information. Rest in silence and prayer, walk our labyrinth, and spend time in spiritual community extended meditation.

 

 

 

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In the Spotlight

Grief and Loss Spiritual Support

Each Sunday in Room 8, starting promptly at 12:45, a facilitated support group is available to anyone experiencing grief or loss. Some people attend once; some more than once. In this safe and supportive environment, you can feel at home and free to explore your own unique journey through the grief process. You will be listened to and held in the loving, accepting awareness that Spirit is present and with us in every moment of our eternal lives.

The loss of a loved one can bring about a wide range of feelings, as can other major transitions in our lives, like ending a relationship or losing a job. Yet the journey through grief is also a spiritually rich time, allowing us to seek a closer walk with Spirit, and to open to more love from those around us.
 
If you are experiencing the complex feelings and emotions of the grief process due to the loss of a loved one or other major life transition, know that there is support for you here at the Center with your spiritual family.
 
For more information, contact Siota Belle, RScP, drsiotabelle@gmail.com or Rev. Joyce Duffala, joyce@cslsr.org.
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Meditation Resources

The Power of Meditation

This wise and delightful guide to the benefits of meditation practices will help you cultivate a calm, peaceful, and enlightened lifestyle. Drawing from his years of experience as a teacher, spiritual leader, and avid meditator, Edward Viljoen directs you down the path to enlightenment using wisdom such as mindfulness practices, sitting practice, and creative practices.

Featuring personal anecdotes and stories from the author's spiritual teachings, The Power of Meditation goes beond a simple how-to book and offers a wonderful reading experience that will inspire you to live a more wise and fulfilling life.

  • Edward Viljoen is to meditation what water is to thirst. - Kenn Gordon, Spiritual Leader, Centers for Spiritual Living
  • If you can breathe, you can meditate, and this book teaches you how--even if you thought you never could. - Dr. William K. Larkin, Director, Applied Neuroscience Institute
  • What is revealed here is the richness and value of a spiritual life that has meditation, insight, wisdom, and love at its center. - Dr. Kathy Hearn, Founder and Senior Minister, Pacific Church of Religious Science, San Diego
  • I love this book! - Dr. John B. Waterhouse, President, Centers for Spiritual Living
  • Like a comfortable friend or devoted coach, Viljoen shares his love of meditation and generously offers his experience as a fellow seeker. - Claudia Abbott, editor of Science of MInd magazine

For a review of The Power of Meditation, written by Rev. Ruth Barnhart, click here.

Paperback edition.


 

 

What I Receive

"Learning that I only have to turn within at any given moment and in any situation or circumstance to connect with the Divine and know that all is unfolding in Divine Order—how sweet it is!"

Christine

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Prayer Support

We are here to help!

You can call the Telephone Prayer Ministry at 707-546-4561 or submit an online prayer request by clicking [here].