Okanagan Metaphysics

The Celebration Centre and Metaphysical Society



Original Constitution and Bylaws (2004)


1. The Name Of The Society Is:



2. The purposes of the Society are:

  1. To foster public awareness by the promotion of the study and practice of psychic spiritual development through meditation and teaching all forms of spiritual endeavour.

  2. To promote the study and practice of the art and science of spiritual healing. Spiritual healing is to be interpreted as the treatment of the sick in body, mind and spirit by the means of prayer or meditation or the ‘laying-on-of-hands’ and all forms of healing treatment of a spiritual nature not necessarily in the presence of the recipient.

  3. To encourage the work of ministers, demonstrators and spiritual healers, and of such other workers or assistants as may be necessary.

  4. To ensure that persons who participate as ministers, demonstrators and spiritual healers under the auspices of the Society shall conform with the Purposes of the Society as outlined herein.

  5. To promote and support the sharing of spiritual wisdom.

  6. To promote and conduct services, lectures and demonstrations of the various spiritual gifts.

  7. To offer workshops and training by qualified teachers on spiritual healing principles and healing within the framework of the Society.

  8. To observe, practice and promote Spiritualism.

  9. To print, publish and distribute printed material and literature related to the attainment of the Society’s purpose.

  10. To do all such things as are necessary and conducive to the attainment of the above purposes.


(Filed and Registered December 10, 2004)



The bylaws of the society are those set out in Schedule B to the Society Act, with the following variations, deletions and additions:

  1. Bylaw 16 item 3 Part 4, Proceedings at General Meetings be revised to:
    A quorum is 12 members or a greater number that the members may determine at a general meeting.

  2. Bylaw 21 item 1 Part 4, Proceedings at General Meetings be revised to:
    A resolution proposed at a meeting must be seconded and the chair of a meeting may move or propose a resolution.


(Dated November 17, 2004)