Individuals who want to be listened to and understood. Rather than being told what to
do or what they are doing wrong. The concept is to provide an environment that is
comfortable and safe and inviting as well as an energy that allows a person to feel like
they are valid and what they feel deserves to be heard and respected and not judged.
People are not interrupted unless they specifically are asking for a response. Couples
married or unmarried are welcome to benefit from active mindless listening techniques
which can be learned with some guidance and unbiased assistance. But again, 95% to
98% of the session the listener is meditative. This is in no way intended to be therapy.
There is no therapy involved. The idea comes from feeling and knowing that you are
being heard and respected leads to an environment of healing thy self.
This group promotes present moment intuitive listening. It is for those needing to be
listened to and heard about various topics including: spirituality, people who are
interested in mindfulness, presence, ego, self-image, death of a parent, loss of a
spouse, molestation, childhood abuse, domestic violence, enlightenment, awakening,
life's purpose, happiness, A Course in Miracles, Eckhart Tolle, contentment, anger, addiction,
suffering, relationships, forgiveness, serenity for individuals who may not feel listened to
by family, therapists, etc. Emotional trauma and/or emotional healing successes can be
discussed. The time spent is with listeners all in a mindless/mindful meditative state.
98% of the listener's role is listening with acceptance without judgement. 2% of the time,
sharers request feedback from the listener and that feedback is given from a place of
This group is open to any person regardless of age, sex, creed, color, religion,
theology or no theology. All are welcome. No one is excluded. Our meetings are one hour long. The
meeting space is comfortable and confidential.
Members should join who wish to further and more deeply explore questions about
meditation, spirituality, anger, fear, and loss. Primary activities include silent presence,
guided meditation, and other forms of meditation, speaking/discussing feelings in a non-