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UPCOMING EVENTS

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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Mindful Self Compassion (MSC) Program

Brought to us by the same instructors who teach our Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses, is Mindful Self Compassion (MSC).  MSC is an 8-week program designed to cultivate self-compassion skills for daily life.  It helps one develop emotional strength and resilience, allowing us to admit our shortcomings, forgive ourselves, motivate ourselves with kindness, care for […]
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Violin Sound Sanctuaries – 2019

Violin Sound Sanctuaries Inspired by faith, spirit and nature, professional violinist Rebecca Sabine introduces and accompanies this sound healing and guided visualization meditation with aromatherapy. Experience whispers of aromatherapy in a sound bath of soothing violin music, evoking the serenity of the scents presented. The evening begins with breathing exercises as we sit on a […]
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Lectio Divina Morning Prayer Groups – Fall 2019

This form of prayer taught at Stillpoint and practiced by our Lectio Divina Prayer Groups offers the opportunity for a truly transformative encounter with God.  It is a method that enables one to hear God’s voice and know God’s guidance. The practice includes lectio divina, journaling, reflection and centering prayer. If you have completed the […]
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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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