A loving Heart is the truest wisdom...Charles Dickens
Every new day is the beginning of the rest of your life ...what seeds will you plant today ?
The beauty of Spring is amazing with flowers blossoming and trees thriving and birds nesting. Our swallow babies are learning to fly,
the skinks are skittering around the labyrinth and frogs are swimming in Yoda's water bowl. Have you ever seen a dog bobbing for frogs?
They are slippery little creatures..he hasn't caught one yet!
Give yourself some time to walk mindfully around your garden and neighborhood putting aside the thinking planning mind
and just entering into the here and now to enjoy the gifts nature has to offer .
Smell, sight, taste touch , feeling and sensation give you such richness in this amazing world.
LABYRINTH WALKS: Free labyrinth walks on Sunday 5th November 5-6 pm at Ferrari Park Mooroopna behind the Kindergarten
and Tuesday 14th November 6-7,pm at the bush labyrinth behind Stuart Reserve playground 160 The Boulevard Shepparton.
Walks are facilitated by Lisa Shortridge and sponsored by Get Mooving Greater Shepparton and River Connect..
No need to book , just come along. More info call Lisa 0419 562 790.
MEDITATION FOR BEGINNERS : Sunday November 19th : 9.30-1 pm . $60
If you haven't meditated before, or, if you have started and want to find out more this is a great class for you.
We cover the practicalities of setting yourself up to meditate, , technique, mindfulness, and current research on the benefits of regular practice.
The cost includes a CD of 3 meditations we use regularly in our group meditations throughout the week.You will get the opportunity to experience
lots of short meditations to get you started and enjoy a healthy morning tea!
Bookings essential : text 0419 562 790.
And of course all are welcome to join our regular group meditations at Harmony Place on
Monday at 6 pm, Tuesday at 10 am and Thursday at 7.30pm.
Many people are natural meditators and will find meditating with the group easy and helpful
Come and try it out !.
Change yourself rather than your surroundings.--.Robert Allen
Love and blessings,