Presence & Silence group is canceled for March in consideration of public health.
with Elizabeth Katona and Phil Foster
Every third Friday, beginning February 21, 2020 6:30PM until ? $25 suggested donation ZG Headquarters (address & map below)
Join us for a monthly Circle to engage Presence through ceremony and Silence. Guided by two experienced ceremonialists and healers, we will form a safe community in which to deepen our individual and collective unfolding. In the midst of the seeming constant chatter of chaos in our age, we also live in a time and culture where many are evolving – physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually – in ever-open and compassionate ways. Only in reclaiming our authentic Self – The Divine Self, the Universal Self – as the center of our lives can we attain true contentment and promote planetary peace and evolution. Our journey together will include ritual, drumming, chant, talking circle, and silence. Self-disclosure is implied and essential. Participants agree to hold in confidence all personal information shared. Listening to the Masters through scripture, poetry, chant, and silence we will awaken more deeply to our Oneness.
Phil is a semi-retired psychotherapist. He has facilitated numerous workshops and retreats over the past four decades. He is an ordained Disciples of Christ minister, and a Life-Professed Ecumenical Lay Cistercian of the Monastery of the Holy Spirit. Phil has studied indigenous spirituality academically and experientially since 1972. He is a life-long lover of poetry, drumming, storytelling, and silence. He brings "coyote medicine", intellect, and laughter in his life and work.
Elizabeth is an alternative healing arts therapist, psychic, mystic, and spiritual consultant. She has been performing Earth and Heaven honoring ceremonies since 1979. During that time, she has studied & practiced shamanic healing and ceremonies with numerous “wisdom keepers” and elders on the planet and has shared her teachings & experiences by creating workshops, classes and retreats, throughout her adult life. She brings a light-hearted optimism, and wonderful sense of humor to her sharing and work
Sessions to be held in Room 175. This is an external conference room, on the lake side (the "back" side) of the building. The door is right next to the lobby door.