The Church of Spiritual Enlightenment Williamstown has provided Spiritual Services to the Community for over 50 years. Our Church is a Sanctuary which facilitates healing, guidance, courses, talks and readings, all are welcome.


OUR PURPOSE

To provide a spiritual healing and learning centre to the community which allows individuals to discover and deepen their connection with their own divinity and spiritual growth. A nurturing and welcoming place where people from all walks of life can gather, heal, share, commune and grow.

OUR VISION

To enable others to be engaged with the wisdom of Spiritualism and Spirituality, and thereby be better equipped to live deeper and fuller lives and to serve their communities and the good of all.

OUR VALUES

While respecting the diversity in others belief’s and spiritual philosophies and teaching, we affirm that we all share a common ground in our interconnectedness and aspiration to grow in a richer understanding of our purpose in life and our place in the world.


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GRATITUDE

GRATITUDE

  “Gratitude is the ability to pay attention to what we have got and not worry about what we don’t have.” (Hugh Van Clyde – The Resilience Project)   Gratitude brings a sense of appreciation, pleasure and connection when exercised and expressed. For most people, gratitude comes readily and easily, but for others who are experiencing mental health difficulties it becomes more of a harder task. In this sense, for those experiencing Mental Health issues, gratitude would need to become a regular practice. By applying the practice of gratitude it will bring many benefits for Mental Health and Wellbeing. When one expresses and experiences Gratitude, they are experiencing the ‘Goodness of Life’. Gratitude is not just about receiving and appreciating, the positive emotions derived from gratitude can also be felt when one shows appreciation and gratitude towards others.  Gratitude is an...


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Thankyou Jordie

Thankyou Jordie

Thankyou Jordie for an amazing demonstration and your delightful presence at the COSE Divine Light Service yesterday (Sunday 3 April 2022) Thankyou also to Sarah Axon for an inspiring and uplifting talk and also to Rev. David for facilitating Healings during the Service


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Astrological Forecast for 2022  - By Helena Findlay

Astrological Forecast for 2022 – By Helena Findlay

    WHAT’S IN STORE – YEAR 2022 ASTROLOGICAL FORECAST Year 2022 = 6 = The Lover’s Year Additionally: 20 = Judgement (Raising Social Consciousness). Additionally: 22 = The Fool (New Beginnings). I imagine many are breathing a sigh of relief after the horrors of the past two years. Year 2022 is a 6 which in Tarot relates to the Lover’s Year. As the card suggests the focus is on relationships, not only with others but also with the self. The importance of the lesson this year is to learn to communicate openly and honestly. The Lover’s Year reminds us that life is about choices and the need to balance opposing energies within the self. We need to be clear about who we are and what we want. The questions we need to ask ourselves to get through this year: From...


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Anam Cara - Soul Friend

Anam Cara – Soul Friend

The Anam Cara is Gaelic term for “Soul Friend”. Traditionally, the Anam Cara was a person who you felt a special connection with and with whom you could share your innermost self and deepest intimacies with. This friendship which was cultivated with trust and openness,  was a very deep and special companion in which  you found a sense of recognition and belonging. The Anam Cara may have also come as a helpmate for a person who was dying and comfort this person during  their passage of death, or as a Spiritual mentor or guide which would teach it’s students wisdom and spiritual truth. In the Celtic tradition, when you connect with your Anam Cara, your two souls begin to flow together. This special connection was an awakening and unfolding as all barriers were down and protective distances collapse. A connection where...


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Reflections from the Minister

Reflections from the Minister

As a Baby Boomer I sometimes think back to my earliest memories. These were the days before supermarkets, when packaged food was purchased from a small grocery store. Butcher’s shops had a thick layer of sawdust on the floor and the processing of carcasses was carried out on a huge wooden block. The only take away fast food was fish and chips. People huddled around their radio for electronic entertainment and there was no direct dial telephone. One had to ask the exchange operator for the number required to be put through. How the way we now progress our day to day lives has evolved since those times? But not only have technologies evolved but we as a people have also evolved in our acceptance of the beliefs and attitudes of others. The perception is that each generation is more savvy...


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