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Why now, Why me, Why not?

  • Feb 19, 2010 · 7:00 PM
  • Uptown Holistic Center

Warmly invite you and guest to spend an evening with a yogi presenting :

Why now, Why me, Why not?

A conversation, meditation and jewels of wisdom

inviting all of us to explore our innate and true resources from within. These times are calling each and everyone of us to become the change we wish to see in our world.

Responding from a higher level of thinking creates change. Perhaps, we all feel a need

to become more of the person we know we can be so why now, why me, why not should I become the change the world is looking for. Sister Jenna is one the most influential spiritual women leaders in Washington DC. Travelled to more than 64 countries sharing wisdom of an ancient past for modern times, she has shaped the consciousness of lives of many around the globe. Her wisdom, peace, and compassion for humanity are expressed through the variety of initiatives she spearheads for youths, women, governments, and religious organizations. Director, of Brahma Kumaris Organization in Washington DC and Vice Chair of Power of One, Sr Jenna has been a inspiration and friend to many. Location: Uptown Holistic Centre

723 Hillary Street. Time: February 19, 2010 at 7: 00 PM

February 20, 2010 at 10:30 AM Please RSVP at:[masked]

BECOMING PEACEFUL AND FULL OF ENERGY A simple relaxation meditation

Sit quietly....breath in and out a few times...... and inside of your mind engage in this dialogue.

1. Forget your name....and check how you feel

2.Forget your gender...check how you feel

3.Forget your role/s and title/s...check how you feel...

4.Forget your body, check how you feel....

pause...don't rush your experience or feeling, but allow yourself to fall into it...Remind yourself, if I have no name, gender, role, or body, how would I feel...LIBERATED

Sister Jenna: I think the first thing we need to do is acknowledge how important it is for us to become self realized -- that is, peaceful and full of energy. Meditation is a means to help us towards that.

Without this acknowledgment we will not find the interest to want to change ourselves to make our minds a more peaceful place of space to live from.

Who am I, excuse me, do you know? How do I find out?

We spend 24 hours a day with ourselves and yet we do not know who we are. Meditation is a means to use silence and spiritual wisdom to gain experiences of our original and eternal existence.

Our thoughts are moving faster than the speed of light. Are we more peaceful today? For an instant experience of inner peace and power, here is a simple step that anyone can practice to get closer to feeling self realized:

When your inner world begins to feel liberated you are moving closer to self realization. In meditation, you gain glimpses of this experience and as a result your interest in wanting to increase the experience of self realization enhances. Inner Peace Requires Good Traffic Control

Consider this to be your traffic control. Create a timer on your computer or cell phone that will ring in every two hours and for a few minutes day, practice this simple technique and your inner peace and inner powers that defines a self realized person will increase and eventually become natural for you.

Sister Jenna More info and registration: http://whymewhynowwhy...

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  • Allyson

    I have never meditated,but I am very interested. Is this meetup for the inexperienced or more advanced participants?

    January 29, 2013

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