Concentration, Meditation, and Prayer

Next meeting: May 25, 2015 5:30pm-7pm

 Concentration, Meditation, and Prayer:
       Recipes for serving Spirit
(No fees, no offerings, no proselytizing)

                                             2nd and 4th Mondays, 5:30-7pm

370 Royal Avenue
Simi Valley CA 93065

Please feel welcome to arrive and to leave at any time during the 90 minute meeting.

For the most part, the time we share serves to promote silent sitting, introspection, and intuitive insight among persons of good will. Techniques and skillsets from all traditions and direct personal experience are encouraged.

To aid that process the first and last 15 minutes may be facilitated by guest speakers.

There is never a fee of any kind, nor are offerings accepted, nor is there ever any proselytizing.

(Oh, and do please consider bringing with you–and then taking home as you leave–any photo, object, book or other special item which you find valuable or sacred, so it may be placed on our mutual table to absorb and resonate our group’s well-wishes.)

Chairs available; cushion suggested

Readings for your consideration: http://www.meetup.com/Simi-Valley-CA-Concentration-Meditation-and-Prayer/files/

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Other Details, Files, Conversations via Meetup:

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“The most valuable lesson I have learned is that Spirit does not want money or power or fame; Spirit wants good company* ~@guyatree

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White Crow

May 18, 2012

I enjoy writing; the blank page, the images in my mind, the search for clarity and brevity and wit–the entire process as I wait to hear a true sentence arrive.

Hear, yes– and not read, because for me, beautiful as a completed page can be, writing starts with mental imagery which becomes a sound, and that sound then is formed word by word into a sentence.

After all, before writing there were stories and story tellers who relied only on memory and wit, not reading a script, and their telling led to listening and memorization becoming essential skillsets, so that even today the well-remembered stories for me are most often those I first heard, and which I now read aloud for my family and friends.

Here is an example

White Crow 120518 (A short story audio file, mp3)