Wednesday, October 31, 2018
7:30 PM 9:00 PM
Go deep, heal, & tell your story
Do you think about color as a race? Is language an issue for you? Are you able to become a love finder? For over 30 years we have held monthly Racial Healing Circles that are held on the last Wednesday of every month and Mindful Drumming Meditations that are hosted on the last Friday of every month. These monthly community building dialogues are for the world community. The theme of the Circles will continue to be the Principles of Attitudinal Healing. The theme of this Circle is “We can focus on the whole of life rather than the fragments.” The Attitudinal Healing Principle that we will focus on this month is #10. "We can focus on the whole of life rather than the fragments."
The Circle will begin at 7:30 PM. Each month there is volunteer facilitator. All are invited.
"Feelings that are denied cannot be released; feelings imprison us until they are acknowledged." - Aeeshah Clottey
We invite you to be open, vulnerable and gain personal strength through the healing power of storytelling!
Join Kokomon Clottey for the last Mindful Drumming event of the year! Due to the holiday season, this will be the last Mindful Drumming Meditation of 2018.
Mindful Drumming comes from the twin concepts of rhythm and sound. It is a way to uncover the different levels of communication and connect straight to the heart. Experience the ancient art of synchronistic rhythms and sounds for healing and unleashing the spirit of human potential. Kokomon Clottey is a native of Ghana, West Africa and is the author of "Mindful Drumming, Ancient Wisdom of Unleashing the Human Spirit and Building Community."
Check back for more details about our next Mindful Drumming Meditation for January 2019.