The Sound of your Dreams Workshop
With Rev. Denise DeSimone
Applying her 17 years of knowledge and experience of working with sound, vibration and energy under the mentorship and guidance of Sound Healer and Chant Master Jonathan Goldman, Denise has expanded upon Jonathan’s formula of S + V = M, interpretation: Sound + Visualization = Manifestation. Using this formula and her vast knowledge of blending visioning with sound, Denise assists each participant in identifying their dreams and anchoring their dreams at a cellular level to help them manifest what they want to create.
The following tools and techniques are used in this transformative and experiential workshop: ♥ Guided visioning
♥ Chakra Clearing & Balance
♥ Vowels as mantras
♥ Your name as a Mantra – your name is a power word…and much more.
Don’t miss this event because…YOUR DREAM IS CALLING YOUR NAME.
Please register with Denise: 978-407- 8107
Look and See; A Portrait of Wendell Berry
Executive produced by Robert Redford and Terrence Malick,
“Opens up a space — a visually beautiful space — to talk about the land and all of us who live on it and off it.” – Dan Charles, NPR.
Poet, writer and farmer, Wendell Berry teaches us about the importance of connecting to nature and especially the land from which our food comes.
10:00 am Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Sunday Service with Rev. Tony Cryer
Feb 25 @ 10:00 am
Give to Live/ Learning to Trust the Universe (Part two in a three part series on prosperity) Once we have cleared the way for Spirit to work in us and through us, and our minds have a new focus, we begin to place our trust in something beyond our own … Continue reading
4:30 pm Cape Sangha with Jim Kersher
Cape Sangha with Jim Kersher
Feb 25 @ 4:30 pm
Sundays The Cape Sangha is a group of folks who meet weekly to practice mindfulness meditation in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh, a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, teacher, scholar, author, poet and peacemaker. Our members are interested in numerous types of meditation, including Vipassana, Zen, Tibetan and nonsectarian mindfulness. You … Continue reading