Small voices come together – explore soulful community at our next series of gathering of minds, Thursday 13th July at 10.45am, Sunday 16th July at 2pm, Friday 21st July at 5pm, Sunday 30th July at 2pm.
Join us at The Rosewell Centre for this special opportunity to share your thoughts in a safe space .
Each session will have a main topic set before the day. Each person will be invited to speak.
Bring your thoughts to the Market Place of Ideas on topics such as these
All are welcome, no matter what your meditation level.
Push back the boundaries of samsara – willful ignorance.
Focused intent causes the eyes to dim down everything else to low resolution so that our eye can maximize its high resolution capabilities. What you focus on determines what you see. Our minds are trained to see things that facilitate our desired goals.
“Citizens whose hearts and minds are focused on comfort, safety, security and easy living are prime targets for propaganda. The propagandist is no dummy – his goal is to offer you a cheap imitation of something desirable and make it look like the real thing. If something looks too good to be true then it probably is. Propaganda is a sophisticated set of techniques employed by the rich, impoverishing the marketplace of ideas and drowning out the small voices.” Michelle Styles
Our aim is to counter this impoverishment with debate, reasoning, discussion, and critical thinking and sourced understanding of how we can find truth which nourishes the soul.
When we meditate, we open ourselves to far-reaching and long-lasting life benefits opening ourselves to new ideas. When we share these ideas in community with others we can test our thoughts for veracity and sustainability.
“When you want to help people you tell them the truth. When you want to help yourself, you tell them what they want to hear.” Thomas Sowell
We often live with distractions or images in our head, our mind is on autopilot, our thoughts going in loops, our emotions following these thoughts, and essentially, not being present in the moment. If we have been raised on a diet of imagery and starved of training in thinking it produces a human with a tendency towards violence of conviction but lacking supporting coherent arguments. Take some time here at Rosewell Centre to become mindful, be present in the moment.
Practicing breathing and meditation techniques helps us to steady our thoughts, to pause and choose what we would like to focus on. In short, meditation helps us have a healthier relationship with ourselves and, by extension, with others. In this sharing session we are testing out good relationships with our community. There is soulful value in being heard.
We look forward to seeing you at these sessions to express a new and vibrant day. Little by little our practise can lift our consciousness into vibratory levels of peace and community which ripple out into our world creating a reflection of our inner work.
Sue Hix will be your guide in this process. Learn more about her here.
There is no need to book these sessions. please feel free to turn up and practise together.
In the spirit of equality this session does not have a financial commitment.