Wed, May 24|
The Art of Self-love as Stillness
Give yourself the delicious gift of presence.
Time & Location
May 24, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Newtown, 197 Huntingtown Rd, Newtown, CT 06470, USA
About The Event
We don't need years of talk therapy to learn how to love ourselves. While our stories, our history, our preferences, our relationships, our work, our conscious and unconscious habits, and our unique quirks of nature are important, it is equally important to be still, to pay attention, to be quiet and curious, to explore our own nature and to be willing to do things differently. In this class, we take the time to be still. Whenever are you ever truly still? In this class we nurture, even more deeply, the relationship with Self. Give yourself the delicious gift of presence. All levels of experience welcome. We amplify our power in community. Contribution: $45 Please bring: Your open heart and mind.
Bio: Andrea Grace, MA, RMT, CHt. In 2002, I was at a cross-roads. After years of traveling, I was back home in Australia deciding whether to stay or start a new life in the U.S. Sitting on a bench I ended a journal entry with this intention; “I want to truly know myself.. (so) I can be the best I can be for myself and for others.” As I began walking, a disembodied voice boomed, "The. Answer. Is. Meditation." repeating it three times. It was a bizarre but unforgettable and life-altering experience. I have spent the last two decades realizing the Truth and Power of those words. In 2008 I opened the Elila Center for Natural Healing, www.elilacenter.org, (now a Ministry) in Berkeley Heights, NJ and I have been teaching classes and facilitating individual sessions there and elsewhere ever since. I’m looking forward to sharing time with you!
Some Meditations, Class & Session Recordings: www.andreagrace.com// http://youtube.com/c/AndreaGraceChannel
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In this class we nurture, even more deeply, the relationship with Self.