Reverence, Self-Reflection and the Practice of Naikan

  • June 11, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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I am pleased to welcome Eileen Pardini (Practicing Reverence for a Meaningful Life) as our guest host this month for the Women's Circle. Eileen and I connected several months ago and I just knew that I wanted to bring her work and focus on reverence to the Circle!

Eileen is an educator and guide in the art and practice of reverence. She holds an MA in Consciousness Studies from JFK University, a subject near and dear to my heart.

For the June Circle, participants will learn the simple yet profound practice of Naikan--the Japanese practice for cultivating increased gratitude and a fresh, new attitude for life. Bring a journal to write in. You can learn more about Eileen and her offerings at http://eileenpardini.com/.

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  • Penny

    I think we all learned something very special and personal tonight. Naikan helped us to peel another lovely layer and this group blew love all over it. :)

    1 · June 11, 2013

  • Tyler

    Wow! This one will be resonating for quite some time and in a lot of different ways... the pebble has been dropped into the pond sending out many ripples... thank you to all who shared their sacred energy tonight... it was very special. <3

    1 · June 11, 2013

  • Mary W.

    Thanks Eileen for such a beautiful and soul-full Circle tonight. Deep and rich practices. I look forward to you sharing with the next Circle of Wise Women on the 25th. They too will feel blessed to share in this evening as we all did tonight. Thank you again. Namaste.

    1 · June 11, 2013

  • Keisha G.

    I messed up and scheduled a client at 7pm. I'm going to miss this one :(

    June 3, 2013

  • Jennifer M.

    Hi all, I wanted to share some information about Dr. Eben Alexander's talk in the Bay Area:


    Here is the link for tickets: http://itp.givezooks.com/events... is how to get tickets. Here is some information: Eben Alexander III, MD, is a renowned academic neurosurgeon, who was on faculty of Harvard Medical School for over 15 years and spent 54 years honing his scientific world view, until a rare illness left him in a coma. Seven days later, he awoke from a transcendental near-death experience with new insights that he reports in his #1 New York Times best-seller Proof of Heaven: A Neurosurgeon’s Journey into the Afterlife. Join Dr. Alexander as he recounts his experience, its profound lessons, and the complete revision of everything he has come to believe about science, consciousness, spirituality, and the very nature of all existence.

    1 · May 24, 2013

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