Richard Huston, RScP
1. How did you find Religious Science/Science of Mind?
In Maine, where I grew up and lived most of my life. Upon searching for a new spiritual home I found Unity Church and attended for 13 years. In 2002 I moved to Sonoma County California, looked for work, and found CSL Santa Rosa where I attended for 9 years and served on the board. Then I continued in my Science of Mind in Auburn CA, Austin TX, and now Las Vegas NV.
2. What do you like most about the teaching?
I enjoy the philosophy, inclusiveness, teachings, education programs, and the spiritual practices.
3. Tell us what it means to be a Practitioner.
Being a practitioner first means that I commit to my own spiritual path and remain option to divine guidance. Then I offer up my service to those who desire a practitioner to listen and reflect the Truth. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve.
4. What do you love to do for fun?
I love to sing and dance. I have been in many choirs, community theater, and dance performance groups.
5. What is the last book you read?
Pema Chodron “Welcoming the Unwelcome”
6. Is there anything else you would like us to know about you? (favorites, hobbies, spirituality, etc. whatever you want to share)
During the Prosperity Plus III group two years ago we were challenged to pick a stretch goal. So, at age 61, I started to train for triathlons and enjoy doing swim, bike, and run in the beautiful outdoors.