Rev. Dr. Jerry Troyer
Rev. Dr. Jerry Troyer serves as Board president of the Affiliated New Thought Network (ANTN), of which CLF is a member, and is a staff minister at Om Center for Spiritual Living in the San Diego area. He also works as Director of Relationship Development for Urban Street Angels, serving homeless transition-age youth (ages 18 to 25). He is the author of the acclaimed book, Coming Out to Ourselves: Admitting, Accepting and Embracing Who We Truly Are.
“May we exist like a lotus, at home in muddy water.
Thus we bow to life as it is." ~Buddha
New Thought teachings tell us that all is well, that we should stay positive, to see the good in everything.
But we are spiritual beings having a human experience.
What happens when something happens?
Do we deny the feelings?
Do we get stuck in "toxic positivity" and "spiritual bypass"?
Do we postpone joy, and the feeling of "home"?
Do we "should" on ourselves?
Join Rev. Dr. Jerry Troyer for a heart and eye-opening workshop on our human experience, allowing ourselves to grieve, and
"be at home in the muddy water."