Who is the founder of Centers for Spiritual Living?
Ernest Holmes, dropped out of high school, took some classes at the Leland Powers school then later founded the institute that eventually led to the Centers for Spiritual Living. Born in 1887 on a small Maine farm, Holmes spent his teenage years out-of-doors, asking himself “What is God? Who am I? Why am I here?” This questioning led to his 1926 book, The Science of Mind, which outlined his foundational viewpoints of 20th Century New Thought
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