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Stillpoint Presents Richard Rohr (September 2016)

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Growing the Mission of Stillpoint

Growing The Mission of Stillpoint

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Prayer Group

Centering Prayer in Community

Developed by Fr. Thomas Keating, Centering Prayer is a method of prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of God’s presence in Contemplative Prayer. Beyond thoughts, words and emotions, Centering Prayer leads to a resting in God. Praying in a group setting creates an atmosphere where the mind is quieted more easily, a sacred community is formed, and practitioners experience a depth that bears fruit in spirit, body and mind.
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Singing Bowls Meditation

Facilitator: Healing Hearts
Different sounds can assist us in gaining access to deeper places of inner quiet. One type of sound is that which is produced by the Crystal Singing Bowls. This ancient art of meditation uses rhythm and sound to open the body’s energies, create balance, de-stress the system and encourage a healthy spirit, mind and body. Join us each month for a unique meditative experience!
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Mindfullness Based Stress Reduction

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (8/18-10/6)

Presenter: Leanne Earnest, Ph.D.
Based on the program developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in 1979. MBSR brings together mindfulness practices. The class will explore these different modalities. It is beneficial to all types of participants but most helpful for those suffering with chronic disorders.
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Prayer Group

Centering Prayer in Community

Developed by Fr. Thomas Keating, Centering Prayer is a method of prayer that prepares us to receive the gift of God’s presence in Contemplative Prayer. Beyond thoughts, words and emotions, Centering Prayer leads to a resting in God. Praying in a group setting creates an atmosphere where the mind is quieted more easily, a sacred community is formed, and practitioners experience a depth that bears fruit in spirit, body and mind.
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