The Minister of Conscious Living Center, Reverend Jane Beach, is a visionary leader, inspirational speaker and published author. She is committed to creating a safe space in which people feel comfortable to relax into their personal relationship with Spirit … their own inner wisdom. Real life situations are seen with eyes of hope and possibility, and lives are changed. This vision is evident in Rev. Jane’s messages on Sundays and within every class taught at the Center. As Rev. Jane says, “Once you know how Loved you are, everything else takes care of itself.”
Jane is a regular contributor to Science of Mind and Creative Thought Magazines. Her articles reflect her authenticity and her faith. Jane’s publications leave the reader knowing that they matter in the world, that they are noticed and valued. For those who have never experienced a loving God that is personal to them, she is like a breath of fresh air! Jane is also the author of the series, Reflections on Immortality ~ Facing Death with Hope and Peace.
Jane is a prolific writer of spiritual curricula! Her classes are being taught in Religious Science centers all over the United States, as well as at the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Unity churches and other New Thought centers.
Year after year, those who know Jane look forward to her appearance at the Centers for Spiritual Living Annual Summer Conference at Asilomar in Pacific Grove, CA. Enjoying Jane’s invitation to dance with “the God that adores you,” Jane’s followers seek her out, whether at a speaking engagement or a workshop.
People are hungry to know that they are loved by a Presence that is personal to them – the God of their understanding. It is Jane’s passion and great joy to find as many ways as possible to create a space to allow that to happen. As Jane says, “God adores its creation, and it is you!”
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Every time you are tempted to react in the same old way, ask if you want to be a prisoner of the past or a pioneer of the future. The past is closed and limited; the future is open and free. ~ Deepak Chopra
Have you ever been in a job, relationship or a pattern of behavior that used to bring you pleasure but is no longer satisfying? Nothing has changed except you; you are bored, antsy and envious of others. That is actually good! It’s called divine discontent. It often comes right before a big shift or next step; it’s Spirit nudging you forward.
Divine discontent happens when something new beckons and you are hesitating. You are trying to find satisfaction in a world that’s too small for you. You want to stay there because it’s familiar, and yet it is no longer serving you. It’s like a chick in an egg. First it’s comforting, and then as the chick grows it feels cramped and prays for a bigger egg. However, it is the universe’s intention for the egg to crack open and the chick to find a new, expansive world outside.
If you are in divine discontent ask yourself, “Have I settled for a life that feels cramped? If so, what’s stopping me from breaking out and moving forward? Fear? Procrastination? Habit? Trust that you’re okay, and then take tiny steps. Say yes instead of no. Don’t settle. You’re not too old, too unhealthy, too broke or too wounded to start.
Remember that chick I mentioned earlier? We can learn from her. What is one small step you’ll take to begin cracking the shell?
Below is an affirmation you may want to use:
Paying attention to any areas of divine discontent, I open up to a greater reality and step out into the life that is waiting for me!