Epiphany offers guided meditation in the chapel twice weekly. This practice is open to everyone in the community, and advance registration is not required. This very simple form of meditation requires no special clothing or accessories. Just walk in, find a seat, and be open to encounter a new way of relating to all things.
Is the “spiritual journey” obsolete in today’s world? Although we have instant access to the best information on raising our children, building relationships, and advancing our careers, ironically, stress is almost constant, and we still struggle to fully appreciate our time with ourselves and with those closest to us. To begin a spiritual journey is to begin a spiritual practice. Meditation is a practice that transforms not only our relationship with others but also our relationship with each moment of life.
This form of meditation uses ordinary language to bring out the extraordinary. Drawing its inspiration from the Christian mystical tradition, the practice is appropriate for all points of one’s spiritual journey. Many participants are active Epiphany members, but anyone is welcome. Some participants who describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious” liken the practice of awareness and discovery to that found in other traditions, such as Taoism, Zen, and Vedanta.
Meets Wednesdays and Fridays, 8:30 am–9:00 am, in the chapel. Please contact Pieter Drummond for more information.