Victoria Bomberry

“Why wonder about the loaves and the fishes? If you say the right words, the wine expands.

If you say them with love and the felt ferocity of that love and the felt necessity of that love,

the fish explode into many. Imagine him, speaking, and don’t worry about what is reality,

or what is plain, or what is mysterious.

If you were there, it was all those things. If you can imagine it, it is all those things.

Eat, drink, be happy.Accept the miracle.

Accept, too, each spoken word spoken with love.”

Mary Oliver

Victoria Bomberry, RScP is in her final year of ministerial training at Holmes Institute, San Diego Campus. 33She serves as a practitioner and ministerial intern at Center for Spiritual Living, Temecula Valley. She is also a ministerial intern at Center for Spiritual Living Inland Empire. She has been a part of the New Thought Movement for over 20 years. She has over 30 years experience teaching in a variety of settings including universities, Native American and recently in CSL communities. She holds her Ph.D. in Modern Thought and Literature from Stanford University. Her ministry focuses on peace through compassionate communication, living in harmony with the natural world and building vibrant, loving communities. She a joyful member of the Sabrina Lawrence Praise Dance Team. Every year she travels to Bolivia where she is developing a demonstration site for sustainable, spirit led living using green technologies. Her intention is to plant peace trees wherever she is invited that grows into a forest connected by love and commitment to lovingkindness and peace.