Upcoming Events

SOUND HEALING WORKSHOP AND MEDITATION
Tuesday, July 9, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Sylvan Community Center.

In this Tuesday night workshop, Lisa Lawson shares a deeper look at musical harmony and how it is reflected in our relationships and our world.

We’ll then experience this harmony through meditation, chanting together, and a sound healing meditation featuring singing bowls, harp, chimes, and gong.

Lisa Lawson is Minister of Music at Unity Spiritual Community in Citrus Heights, and performs as the Music Director of Sacramento Baroque Soloists, and with her family in the Celtic music band Lady of the Lake. Her passion is to draw people together with music to help them express and discover their divine spiritual nature. She'll be joined in creating this sound experience by Nancy Finch. Bring a mat or blanket if you'd like to lie on the floor for this deep meditation. $20 Requested love offering.

 

 

LIVING IN FLOW with Sky Nelson - Isaacs
Sunday, July 21, 10 a.m.
Sylvan Community Center

Synchronicity or meaningful coincidence has been something philosophers and scientists have wondered about for decades. Most of us have experienced it at least once.

You are on a much anticipated road trip and your vehicle breaks down. As you’re waiting by the side of the road a mechanic who specializes in just that type of car drives up and lends a hand. Is this just chance? Can two events be related in a meaningful way without one causing the other? If so, what does this tell us about the cosmos? Can we live in such a way and make choices that encourage synchronicity? In LIVING IN FLOW, physicist Sky Nelson-Isaacs turns to quantum mechanics to seek answers.

Nelson-Isaacs proposes that the cosmos may be designed to bring us meaningful, synchronistic experiences in response to the choices we make. When we live in “flow,” a state of activity in which we align with our purpose and values,  balancing our personal good with the greater good, we make choices that invite synchronicity. In his talk, Nelson-Isaacs shows how cultivating flow can empower us individually and help make our world a better place.

 

POTLUCK AND POTLATCH
Sunday, July 21, 11:15 a.m.

Sylvan Community Center. 

Please bring a dish to share or put some money in the pot!

The Potlatch is also called a celebration of giving. It is based on northwestern American native customs, and consists of bringing things to give away. They can be new, they can be old, they can be handmade, they can be whatever you are moved to give. You are, of course, invited to take those things that others have brought. Come and explore this ancient prosperity practice on the third Sunday of each month.

 

COMMUNITY OBSERVATORY FIELD TRIP
Friday, July 26, 8:30 p.m.

Community Observatory, 6699 Campus Drive, Placerville, CA

Look through a 17" Planewave CDK telescope (Provided by Aerojet/GenCorp) and see deep space objects in stunning detail live from a 14" telescope/HD camera in this world class public observatory built by the Rotary Club of Cameron Park.

We meet at The Manse and car pool to the Community Observatory at Folsom Lake College in Placerville. The event begins at 8:30, we will gather at 7:15. There is no charge except for $2.00 for parking.

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