Monday, September 16, 2013
with Shayla Roberts
We help ourselves heal when can enter a kind of cocoon where our only job is to let go of our ‘dis-ease’ and open to the possibilities inherent in ‘who we are becoming.’ Join Shayla and Victoria tonight as together they play, sing and create this sacred space … this healing cocoon space… in order to release what is no longer useful, and begin to develop a new picture of wholeness and wellness for yourself.
Tuesday, September 17, 2013
with Carolina Bookless
Transitioning out of a 20-year relationship and going forward into the blank canvas of my life, I’m giving myself full permission to feel what I’m feeling, no matter how disorienting or scary it might be. It’s an uncomfortable place to be, yet very exciting for all that is possible as I think and check inwards about filling the canvas of the next chapter in my life. What life transition are you going through… divorce, loss of a loved one, loss of a job, moving? Please join me on the call tonight and together we will mindfully choose the colors and textures we want to apply to the new canvas of our lives.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
with Candice Sinai
“How Vulnerability Helps You Recover Your Health … and Your Life!”
As we lean into the vulnerable moments of our lives and feel the rawness and exposure, something magical takes place. We also feel the joy, the peace, and the inherent blessings. Giving yourself permission to be broken isn’t just a gateway that enables you to experience the grace of who you truly are. You are also signaling the part of your brain that shuts off the “fight or flight” switch to release the healing hormones of self-repair. Candice is coming to the call with her vulnerabilities wide open, and invites you to do the same for an evening of open-ness, healing, love and sharing.
Thursday, September 19, 2013
with Anne Goldberg
“Vibration Stew – Living Happily”
If we understand that everything is energy and has a specific vibration, then we have the basics of understanding that we actually have the ability to exercise control over our lives by exercising control over our thoughts, words and actions. Join Anne on the call tonight to discover 4 things you can let go of that will allow you to be a happier, more peaceful person, followed by a relaxing meditation geared toward letting go.
Friday, September 20, 2013
with Susan King, Doctor of Philosophy in Metaphysics
“Spirit, Self-Love & Love for Others”
When is the last time you looked in the mirror and saw love – pure love – reflected back at you? Join Susan on this night of December 21st for a special call and take a trip into your heart to connect with the deep love, compassion and gratitude that resides at the core of who you are. In tonight’s meditation, Susan will guide you into what is referred to as the 3-zone-flame of your heart – the place where connection to the Universe, self-love and the love of others lives side by side by side. By dropping into the space of love and compassion – you will help to create balance within; balancing receiving, being and giving.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
“Story Night” – One of Vicki’s favorite replays, while she’s away
Join Vicki as she shares a childhood favorite, The Selfish Giant by Oscar Wilde (otherwise known as The Giant’s Garden). This beautiful story tells of a giant opening his heart – dispersing perpetual winter and allowing spring into his garden and life. What is it that you hold from you in your life? What would it feel like to let spring in? To disperse the lurking coldness? To let your heart bloom?
Sunday, September 22, 2013
with Matt Bunczyk
“Autumn Meditation – River of Life”
As autumn arrives, and nature prepares to hibernate for the winter, this meditation will help prepare us to turn within ourselves. We will look at the river that we call our life and see everything that floats by – without any attachment or judgment. This will be an invitation to simply embrace our inner state, exactly as it is, and allow that grace and acceptance to inform every aspect of our life.
When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be…. Lao Tzu