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Sunday, February 17,[masked]:30am-11:30am Existential Exhaustion with Drake Powe Location Returns to: Harriet Alexander Nature Center 2520 North Dale Street Roseville, MN 55113 Love Offering What is Existntial Exhaustion and what to do about it? Explore the fatigue inherent in modern life and strategies to thrive in its midst. Walk-ins are always welcome! You don't have to be a Spirit United member or join this Meetup to attend. Don't be discouraged if there aren't many RSVPs, there are folks who aren't on Meetup who will be there too!
Appreciation and Love Party Sunday, February 17,[masked]:00pm-2:30pm Harriet Alexander Nature Center 2520 N Dale Street Roseville, MN 55113 All are welcome to join us in giving thanks, showing gratitude for being with and supporting Spirit United. Each of us is called to be part of Spirit United in some way; each has a purpose, a role in the community. Some read the newsletter, then hold space and then share our events. Some come every Sunday; others come on a Sunday every now and then. Others step-in as the need presents itself; others take on a specific task and see it through while others take on major leadership responsibilities. Some people were active in the past; some are active today; and some anticipate being more active in the future. Others answer the call with certainty; others can hear the call and feel uncertain about the best fit of how. Partnerships and collaborations are in the making as we envision the "new" Spirit United, as we answer "the call" to what our spiritual role is as we co-create "the new earth". New partnerships and possible collaborators with Spirit United, come share the gratitude with us. This is NOT a Pot Luck.
Sunday, February 24,[masked]:30am-11:30am Shinrin Yoku / Forest Bathing / Healing Through Nature with Tom Bezek Location: Harriet Alexander Nature Center 2520 North Dale Street Roseville, MN 55113 Love Offering An introduction to Shinrin Yoku aka. forest bathing. A method of taking n nature through our senses. A growing body of research shows that Mindful, quiet time spent in nature results in measurable health benefits such as reduced depression and anxiety, improve cognitive function and lowered blood pressure to list a few. Through a series of "invitations" that is, suggestions on how to experience nature, your will be introduced to the practice of Forest Bathing and ways to apply it to your daily life. Walk-ins are always welcome! You don't have to be a Spirit United member or join this Meetup to attend. Don't be discouraged if there aren't many RSVPs, there are folks who aren't on Meetup who will be there too!
MAYAN CALENDAR STUDY GROUP with Gina Miranda Kingsley, Keeper of Mayan Calendar Saturday, March 2,[masked]:00pm-4:00pm $10-$15 Suggested Donation No one turned away. You can come as you are able. You do not have to attend every time. Location: Juan's Home 684 6th Avenue Newport, MN (Just across the River from downtown St. Paul) Refrigerator Available. Bring a 2019 wall-sized calendar to write notes. The class goal is to teach main components of the Mayan calendar and how they interact with each other so you will be able to write your own calendar. If time allows, we will explain the significance of the setting in the calendar referring to world events and even all our personal lives.