Some ancient texts provide the perspective that Silence has a three-fold quality of sound to it, both seen and unseen. Yet the connotation of silence in our modern world is a moving away from sound, which can leave us feeling uncertain and at times fearful of cultivating an inner resting into Silence. This presentation will open us to new ways to understand and experience ourselves in Silence, to touch Source at our core and to live from that place more consistently in every part of our lives. Come join with us in exploring the nature and blessings of silence:
- Silence as Awareness and Consciousness. A field wherein we live and move and have our being.
- Techniques for entering silence. Being present through meditation and contemplative forms.
- Silence as integrating of the boundless parts of ourselves (Self) with individuality (self) in daily life.
Third Thursday Spiritual Forum
March 15, 2018; 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley
107 E. Geneseo St, Lafayette, CO
The presenter is Kimberly Braun, Minister and Meditation Coach. She has been impelled by contemplative experiences from the age of 5, with over ten years spent as a Carmelite monastic nun. She has an M.A. in theology, and her work concentrates upon the adult spiritual journey. Her presentation style is playful, deeply inquiring, and intelligent in the synthesis of not only how to access the inner place of power and wisdom, but how to live from that place more consistently. She is a retreat and workshop facilitator, TEDx speaker, meditation faculty at the renowned Omega Institute, and fellow seeker on the path to living freely. She has three CDs and a book now available about her time as a nun, Love Calls, Insights of a former Carmelite nun. More information: www.kimberlybraun.com.
Third Thursday Spiritual Forums present mind-broadening and spirit-enriching spiritual topics, and are held at the
Center for Spiritual Living Boulder Valley,
107 E. Geneseo St,
Refreshments will be provided after the presentation.
For further information about the forum, contact Dr. Jay Burch by phone (720-917-9303) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).