Friends ~ Even as I write, the fires are everywhere. I am just a couple of miles away from an evacuation zone. There is a red flag warning for severe high winds as temperatures soar. This "outer" climate seems a perfect reflection of so much of our current "inner" climate. As our beloved Rumi reminds us "this being human is a guest house... each has been sent as a guide from the beyond". Onward...in the great pilgrimage, from here to here!
We have created another sanctuary of love, presence, and connection in our online Singing Sangha. It is especially nourishing during this time of profound transformation. Coming together in song, in meditation, and in sharing our insights & inquiries during these precarious times is both healing and empowering. Our sessions are filled with beauty, with peace, with laughter, tears, and joy ~ intimately attuned and connected ~ which serves creatively to carry us through the flames of transformation. We have a few spaces available for our next series beginning September 20. And now you can join from anywhere. Space is limited for everyone's benefit. Early registration by September 1.
Diamond Voice Singing Sangha
7 Consecutive Sundays 3-5 pm
Sept 20-Nov 1, via Zoom
Creating and caring, with and for each other, in this time of COVID-19.
As a practicing Astrologer of many decades, I have looked at this time of planetary alignments that we are now experiencing with much awe and respect. As the "world" tilts towards chaos, we, once again, have the opportunity to fully reimagine and implement harmonious, sustainable structureS, systems, and especially, states of being in ourselves and the world. If you would like some astrological insight into your journey, I'm at your service.
I hear the cries of the world. It is a deep practice to be present with ourselves and all sentient beings through the beauty & suffering. It is the golden flame of transformation that ignites my growing capacity to embody compassionate awareness.
With all my love, I wish you wellness and joy ~ Maniko
Satyam Shivam Sundaram