Winter Solstice Candle (and Christmas light) Silent Group Mediation: Connecting

  • December 21, 2013 · 7:00 PM
  • 2486 Topside Road

Join us on the Winter Solstice for a 1-hour silent group meditation to reflect, renew, and recharge.  

Everyone is invited to spend the evening of the 2013 Winter Solstice in a powerful silent 1-hour group mediation to celebrate the expanding consciousness of the new age, the Sai Yuga, that is dawning. This evening will begin with a reading and short discussion on Prema: divine love (one of the four pillars of spirituality) and how Jesus was a perfect reflection of such a pure loving nature.  Afterwards we'll share in a festive (vegetarian/vegan - gluten free items welcome) dessert and appetizer potluck.

"Jesus wanted to heal painful hearts. He was an amazing pure crystal loving person. Amazing pure crystal love. Love, love, love, love—do or die is the love.
Even if somebody is really hurting you, still loving them, that’s such a gift. You cannot even tolerate it if somebody is showing a negative feeling, or throwing a negative concept on you. You cannot tolerate that. But that is Jesus' greatness—pure true love. His biggest desire is that we all need to turn like him, more than him.
" - Sri Kaleshwar

The Winter Solstice Meditation will be in place of the regular Third Thursday Silent Group Meditation in December. 

Every level of experience is welcome, and we'll begin with a brief introduction to guide you in the process if you're just starting or returning to a meditation practice.

Please RSVP so we'll know to look for you. If if this is your first time, please email Kimberly at [masked] for directions.

Dakshina/Cost: by donation, to support homeless charity work.
Potluck item: Vegetarian, Vegan (gluten free optional) dessert, appetizer or snack to share

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  • Diane D.

    Thank you both for opening up your space and your hearts for the divine energy to be present and powerful in the meditation last night.

    2 · December 22, 2013

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