Reflection Circles

| September 6, 2018
Submitted by Sabrina Balkaran for McMaster Open Circle

Reflection Circles

Body, Mind, Spirit Circle
Exploring Integrated Living. A supportive space for sharing about our journeys, questions, and ideas about spirituality and authentic healthy living. Whether you are looking to explore your spirituality or following a specific spiritual path we can learn from each other in an atmosphere of respect and openness. Try out practices for holistic living such as meditation, creative expression, journaling, hiking.

Wednesdays from 2:30 – 3:20 p.m., beginning Sept. 12

Location: Museum of Art, Basement Educational Library
Contact: Marybeth

Creativity Circle
A supportive space for sparking the flame of your creative fire. Join us to…

  • Discuss our thoughts on and experiences of creativity
  • Challenge each other to stretch ourselves in listening to and following our inner voice
  • Connect into our center, here gaining strength that flows out into authentic being and acting
  • Reflect on life and meaning as we seek to integrate creativity and spirituality

Whether you are already an accomplished and engaged creative artist, or are beginning to explore your creative journey for the first time, this group has something for you.

Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. – 12:20 p.m., beginning Sept. 13

Location: Museum of Art, 4th floor Coin room
Contact: Marybeth

Meditation Circle
Looking for an opportunity to take a pause in your day? Are you interested in meditation but don’t know where to begin? Or are you already engaging in reflection or spiritual practices and looking for the support of a group? We’ll explore a variety of practices such as sitting meditation, guided meditation, artistic expression, and other activities that the group wishes to learn together.

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