Practice Made Perfect


Often times we use the word Perfect in this philosophy to describe ourselves, God, the world around us and even the decisions we make. What we don’t do very often is discuss this idea so that we remove any sense that it is mere Pollyanna and engage the idea that it is the whole and complete Truth of who we are.

While there are many “relative” definitions of Perfection, in our teaching we believe that there is a Universal one. It is bourn of the understanding that all things are expressions of the one One Thing Itself. From this place we reveal Perfection in its purest form.

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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