Thank you for your interest—
to be rescheduled in the New Year!
Do you take mindful time for yourself / yourSelf?
Resting deeply in your true Self is different from watching TV, zoning out with our favorite substance, or cruising around the web.
Resting deeply in your true Self usually includes these attributes:
- slowing down,
- being quiet and/or still and listening deeply within,
- connecting with your individual creative expression,
- being mindfully attuned to whatever you are engaged with,
We especially need this during the holidays!
We will gather, with tea and a gf & df treat*, to rest in ourselves. (*Real food; may include butter.)
We will engage with our creativity, meditate, share, and take time to deeply fill our wells so that we can meet the world with more presence.
Join the Winter Solstice Celebration, a contemplative, family-friendly, Celtic-inspired ritual to mark the turning of the year as the darkness gives way to the growing light. This participatory ritual will include chanting, meditation, candle-lighting, singing, and cauldron jumping. Kids—bring animal masks and hand percussion (rattles, shakers, bells)! No RSVP needed–just come!
We’ll meet at Emmy’s festive Dayton Ave, home at 6:15 for mulled cider and holiday treats to get warmed up and ready.
Then singer Katy Taylor and Friends will serenade Lex-Ham neighbors with Christmas Carols. We’ll sing down 1-2 blocks of Dayton, and then cross Selby onto Hague, Laurel, Ashland, or Portland…
Wordsheets will be provided.
Taught by Dave Hall and Katy Taylor.
Inquiring into our experience with the help of the Enneagram gives us a powerful, focusing lens for our work of self-understanding and self-realization. As a map of the human soul, the Enneagram helps us to see our own particular ways of falling asleep to our True Nature. It also illuminates our individual path of awakening and the innate strengths and gifts of our type.
Minimum of 15 students.
More information coming in the Fall on the Christine Center website.