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Some dreams seem to be just muddled collections of images from daily life, some are more structured and lucid, while others give rise to creativity, inspiration, and even a sense of the divine. Dreams may therefore provide a gateway to the deeper regions of our minds, connecting us to the greater Mind of Nature, and allowing us to find our true path in life.
Led by Mike Rutter. Starts 10.30 am. All welcome.
Join us for an uplifting evening of simple song chants from a variety of world traditions interspersed with periods of meditative silence. No experience of singing or meditation required. The acoustics in the space are simply wonderful. All welcome to join in or just to listen and soak up the relaxing atmosphere. Please feel free to bring simple song chants to share with the group.
Led by Laura Dobson. Starts 7.30 pm. All welcome.
A bring and share service celebrating the light of our Unitarian community. Please feel free to bring poems, songs, readings or other offerings to share with the group. After the service we will share food at our summer solstice picnic in Longford Park (weather permitting).
Co-ordinated by Laura Dobson. Starts 10.30 am. All welcome.
Join us for the festival of joy, at which we pause to count our blessings, celebrate our achievements, and appreciate the beauty of the earth and one another. We will celebrate with meditation, music, poetry and more. Please feel free to bring poems, songs or other offerings to share with the group. After the circle we will share food.
Led by Laura Dobson. Starts 7 pm. All welcome.
Join us for a tranquil Tuesday evening meditation with sacred Sanskrit chants for healing and peace. No previous experience of chanting or meditation required.
Led by Kath Fitzgibbon. Starts 7.30 pm. All welcome.
God: is it a verb; is it a noun?
On Father’s Day, an exploration of the eternal mystery and its traditional monotheistic masculinity.
May you remain open to the beloved of your heart.
Led by Mark Hutchinson. Starts 10.30 am. All welcome.
Join us as Laura Dobson shares her reflections on her recent holiday in the Western Isles, exploring layers of meaning and mystery in the spirituality of living life on the edge.
Starts 10.30 am. All welcome.
If the outer world overwhelms us, we can always withdraw to our own inner world, the forest of our thoughts, feelings, and inspirations. Deep within that forest is a pool, fed by an underground stream. When the ripples on the pool die down, it reflects the sky in silent contemplation. Meditation is the key to this silent pool within our hearts. Om Shanti.
Led by Mike Rutter. Starts 7.30 pm. All welcome.