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CFOS Meetup

Wednesday & Thursday Gathering Location

19 Van Horne Ave

Toronto, On M2J 2S6

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Sunday Gathering Location

Oriole Community Centre

2975 Don Mills Road West, North York, ON  M2J 3B7

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Canadian Fellowship of Spiritualists Head Office Address:  19 Van Horne Ave. North York, ON    M2J 2S6

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Spiritualism Philosophy as per Encyclopaedia Britannica:

 

Spiritualism, in philosophy, a characteristic of any system of thought that affirms the existence of immaterial

reality imperceptible to the senses. So defined, spiritualism embraces a vast array of highly diversified philosophical

views. Most patently, it applies to any philosophy accepting the notion of an infinite, personal God, the immortality

of the soul, or the immateriality of the intellect and will. Less obviously, it includes belief in such ideas as finite

cosmic forces or a universal mind, provided that they transcend the limits of gross Materialistic interpretation.

Spiritualism as such says nothing about matter, the nature of a supreme being or a universal

force, or the precise nature of spiritual reality itself.

Spiritualism Philosophy as per Wikipedia:

 

In philosophy, spiritualism is the notion, shared by a wide variety of systems of thought, that there is an immaterial

reality that cannot be perceived by the senses.[1] This includes philosophies that postulate a personal God, the 

immortality of the soul, or the immortality of the intellect or will, as well as any systems of thought that assume a 

universal mind or cosmic forces lying beyond the reach of purely materialistic interpretations.[1] Generally, any

philosophical position, be it dualismmonismatheismtheismpantheismidealism or any other, is compatible

with spiritualism as long as it allows for a reality beyond matter.[1][2] Theism is an example of a dualist spiritualist

philosophy, while pantheism is an example of monist spiritualism.[2]

Spiritualism does not dictate what to believe or how to interpret religious

philosophy, there are no books or preachers whose word must be obeyed.

 

The philosophy of the Canadian Fellowship of Spiritualists is founded upon the Seven

Principles of Spiritualism and we are free to interpret them as they pertain to our lives. 

The  Modern Version of the 7 Principles of Spiritualism as adopted  in 2010 

Infinite Spirit, Divine Creator of All That Is

 

By the study of Nature, by personal experience and from the wisdom given to us from those in the spirit-world we recognise

that there is a creative force in the universe. This force created the whole universe and life itself in its many forms. This

‘Creative Force’ manifests in all things and as we are part of the Life created by God, we acknowledge God as our Father.

 

Unity and Equality for All

 

We are all part of the universal creative force, one large human family in God. Spiritualists try to understand

 

the needs of others and aim to help all people materially, emotionally, and spiritually.

Communication, Guidance and Healing from Spirits and Angels

Spiritualism aims to prove that there is life after death and encourages the development of mediums who are able to

communicate with the many loved relatives and friends in the spirit world. There are people in the spirit world who are

dedicated to the welfare and service of mankind, some bring inspiration and guidance whilst others help with healing.

Continuous Existence of the Soul and its Personality

Spirit is part of the ‘Creative Force’ and indestructible. After death the spirit continues in a different dimension, that

we call the ‘spirit world’. In the spirit world we have a spirit body which, until we progress far enough, is a replica of our

earthly body. We have the same personality and characteristics and we change and grow, as we would on earth,

by experience and as result of our own efforts.

Personal Responsibility for the Creation of our Reality through Thought, Word and Deed

Responsibility for wrongful thoughts and actions, in every aspect of life, lies with the individual. No other person

or influence can put right our wrong doings. No one can interfere with our spiritual development unless we allow this.

Actions create results according to Natural Law

Spiritualists believe that this sixth Principle is a natural law and has been expressed by others as,

‘as you sow, so shall you reap’. If someone is cruel and vindictive towards others then in some way retribution

will follow, if someone gives love and kindness then compensation follows. This law

operates now, on earth as well as in the spirit world.

Eternal Progress open to every Soul

All who want to walk the path that leads to perfection are able to progress in mental and spiritual understanding. By

doing our best in earth life and by following our inward intuitions we shall find progress comes on earth and in spirit.

 Click link for a more in depth explanation of the

 7 Principles of Spiritualism 

Excerpts From the Mediumship of

Emma Hardinge Britten, a Spiritualist

medium and great speaker on

Spiritualism’s philosophy