Date(s) - 11/23/2021
11:00 am - 11:45 am
What Does It Spiritually Mean to Say I Know Who I Am?
To be on a human spiritual journey is to live in paradox. For example, we are invited to live fully, to live with gusto and gratitude knowing that tomorrow is promised to know one. To be human is to live with existential questions like, what is death, what happens after death, is there a God?
November’s Glimpses invites us to contemplate and sense into 3 existential questions. The 3rd and final BIG question for this month, Tuesday, November 23, is “what keeps us from being our best/true self?”
“Glimpses of THAT Which Holds All” is a weekly opportunity to SLOW down, to catch glimpses of our divine being, and to catch “Glimpses of THAT Which Holds ALL.”
When does Glimpses happen? We gather each Tuesday on Zoom except for the first Tuesday of every month when Starr King for the Ministry hosts Tuesday Chapel from 10:50 to 11:45. Everyone… seminarians, alum, community members, family members and allies are warmly invited to drop in. Please believe that you are welcome to drop in at any time during the 45 minutes that we are together.
Our learning and spiritual theme for November and December is identity. Through quiet meditation, stillness, movement, and music we will summon holy curiosity to guide us to a deeper knowing around what keeps us from being our best and true self. Please join in so that our combined curiosities will empower our shared learnings.
PLEASE NOTE, we will not meet Tuesday, November 30th.
11:00 Sound the Singing Bowl 11X (November = 11th month of our year)
11:05 to 11:10 Voices of the Gathered/Candle Lighting (With unmuted mics, each person is invited to name their joys and sorrows and to light candles.)
11:10 to 11:25 Meditation/Reflections
11:25 to 11:45 Music/Reflections
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