Dark Journey


All too often we choose not to take certain risks or to adventure beyond the world of what we already know. Because we know that it is done unto us as we believe, we come to understand that the things that bind us to our current circumstances live in what we know. So why does the fear of what may lie beyond what we know keep us from venturing out to find the answers to what may free us from our own limitations? Fear of failure. Fear of loss, lack and limitation. It’s the same stuff that keeps us from being able to let go of the things in our lives that no longer serve us.

When every step we take is lead with the confident faith that only good can come into our lives, we begin to take steps into that great dark unknown. We become bold seekers of the revelation of our own greatness, like lifetime explorers out to discover new lands with new resources and landscapes to behold. With this in mind, we move from fear to faith, and the adventure that is life truly begins.

About Rev. Brian Akers (62 Articles)
<p>Rev. Brian Akers has been involved in the New Thought Movement since the age of 12. He has been involved in programs for teens, young adults, and all other ages of New Thought practitioners during his 18 years as a member of what is now the Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL, previously known as International Centers for Spiritual Living, Religious Science International, United Centers for Spiritual Living, and United Church of Religious Science). In July of 2014, Rev. Brian Akers was accepted as the Senior Spiritual Leader for the Columbia Center for Spiritual Living in Columbia, Maryland and has been providing Sunday services, teaching classes, and providing spiritual and ecclesiastic leadership for the community since arriving in Maryland in August of 2014.</p>

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