Welcome back to S.A.R.A.H.'s Sacred Circles, held now for 19 years where all voices are heard, now part of Wholeness and Wellbeing.
Join us and share what your tradition, religion, spirituality says about Gratitude and Forgiveness. This is an opportunity to share your faith's tradition and belief on these two virtues. Not sure? This is also a great opportunity to deepen the roots of your own faith and spirituality by learning more and then sharing with the rest of us.
We invite Love Offerings as consideration, but no one is turned away.
On Oct 13th, Sande Hart, President of SARAH and Compassion Activist led us in a workshop to cultivate Self-Compassion. In our short hour together we explored the myth, power and simple practices to cultivate our compassion muscle.
More about Sande's upcoming workshops and more at www.SandeHart.com
On Sept 22nd, Cristina Seaborn raised our vision of our own personal idea of "What a Sound Woman is." She is a violinist, fiddler, and composer from Saint Cloud, Minnesota. She is a teaching artist with the Central Minnesota Arts Board. Her degrees are in Jazz Violin Performance from Berklee College of Music in Boston, and a Masters in Orchestral Conducting from Saint Cloud State University in Minnesota.
She offers live performance, lessons, fiddle camps, and teacher workshops on jazz, folk, composition, and improvisation.
Cristina has served as the Interfaith Chair for the Urantia Book Fellowship, is a prayer chaplain for the Unity Spiritual Center in central Minnesota, and attends the Parliament of the World’s Religions.
Cristina’s favorite performance on the violin is to spiritually uplift people in a way that is loving and giving, that inspires others to give and love. Music as a prayer.